The winners of 43rd Korean Baeksang Arts Awards 2007.

Movies

Daesang award (First prize or Big prize) – War of Flowers
Best film – The Host
Best director – Choi Dong-hoon (War of Flowers)
Best new director – Jeon Gye-soo (The Ghost Theater)
Best actor – Ryu Seung-beom (Bloody Tie)
Best actress – Yeom Jeong-ah (The Old Garden)
Best new actor – Jeong Ji-hoon (I’m a Cyborg, but it’s Ok)
Best new actress – Park Si-yeon (The Fox Family)
Best screen writing – Lee Hae-jun and Lee Hae-yeong (Like a Virgin)
Popularity award – Lee Jun-ki and Kim Tae-hee

TV

Daesang award (First prize or Big prize) – Jumong
Best show (drama) – Seoul 1945
Best show (educational) – SOS 24
Best director – Ahn Pan-suk (Behind the White Tower)
Best new director – Kim Hyeong-sik (Surgeon Bong Da-hee)
Best actor – Kim Myung-min (Behind the White Tower)
Best actress – Son Ye-jin (Alone in Love)
Best new actor – Park Hae-jin (Famous Princesses)
Best new actress – Koh Ara (Snow Flower)
Best screen writing – Jeong Hyeong-su and Choi Wan-gyu (Jumong)
Popularity award – Lee Bum-soo and Han Yeh-seul

Baeksang is considered one of the 3 major movie and TV awards in Korea. Congratulations to all the winners.

Korean pop star Rain is warmly welcomed at Berlin Film Festival.

Rain’s latest movie “I’m a Cyborg, but it’s Ok” is competing at the Berlin Film Festival and made their Europe premiere on Friday (February 9).

Rain and Im Soo-jung in Berlin

Director Park Chan-wook (???), Rain (???) and leading actress Im Soo-jung (???) became the center of attention for over 150 international media and a large group of Rain’s fans.

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Korean pop star Rain aka Jung Ji-hoon makes his movie debut on December 7 with “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Ok.”

I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Ok

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