Blue Dragon Film Awards 2014: 35th Annual Winners

| December 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kang Ho Song The Attorney

The winners of the 35th Annual Blue Dragon Film Awards have been announced. The 2014 Blue Dragon Film Awards…”is an annual awards ceremony that is presented by Sports Chosun for excellence in film in South Korea…The Blue Dragon Film Awards considers only blockbusters and popular movies of high artistic value released during the previous year.”

The winners for the 2014 Blue Dragon Film Awards:

Best Film – “The Attorney”

Best Director – Kim Han Min (“Roaring Currents“)

Best Actor – Song Kang Ho (“The Attorney”)

Best Actress – Chun Woo Hee (“Han Gongju”)

Best Supporting Actor – Jo Jin Woong (“A Hard Day“)

Best Supporting Actress – Kim Young Ae (“The Attorney”)

Best New Actor – Park Yoo Chun (“Haemoo“)

Best New Actress – Kim Sae Ron (“A Girl at My Door“)

Best New Director – Lee Soo Jin (“Han Gongju”)

Best Production – Choi Chan Min (“Kundo: Age of the Rampant“)

Best Lighting – Yoo Young Jong (“Kundo: Age of the Rampant”)

Best Score – Jo Young Wook (“Kundo: Age of the Rampant”)

Best Cinematography – Lee Ha Joon (“Haemoo”)

Best Special Effects – Kang Jong Ik (“The Pirates“)

Best Screenplay – Kim Sung Hoon (“A Hard Day”)

Best Editing – Kim Chang Joo (“A Hard Day”)

Popular Star Award – Song Seung Hun (“Obsessed“), Kim Woo Bin (“Friend 2“), Im Si Wan (“The Attorney”), Shin Se Kyung (“Tazza 2“)

Biggest Grossing Movie Award – “Roaring Currents”

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