18/12 -[News] JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun Named Best New Actor at Blue Dragon Awards

18/12 -[News] JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun Named Best New Actor at Blue Dragon Awards

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Park Yoo Chun has received the Best New Actor award at the Blue Dragon Awards.

On December 17, the 35th Blue Dragon Awards took place at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Jongno, where Park Yoo Chun received the Best New Actor Award.

Following his awards at the 51st Daejong Film Awards, the 15th Busan Film Critics Association, and the 4th SACF Beautiful Artists Awards, this will be his fifth award of the year.

Park Yoo Chun was up against Friend 2′s Kim Woo Bin, The King of Jokgu′s Ahn Jae Hong, The Attorney′s Im Si Wan, and The Divine Move′s Choi Jin Hyuk.

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“I′m a little dazed to receive an award as soon as the ceremony started, but I′m sincerely grateful,” said Park Yoo Chun.

“First off, I learned that a large number of people suffer in order to film a movie while I was filming my first movie,” said Park Yoo Chun. “I learned that acting is not an easy thing and studied even more. I sincerely thank you for this great award for my first movie.”

“I think that my family who is here and my father in heaven will be very proud of me,” continued Park Yoo Chun. “I sincerely thank the Sea Fog team. I′ll work hard in acting.”

Sea Fog is about six crew members of a ship that try to smuggle illegal immigrants into Korea. Park Yoo Chun played the youngest member of the group, Seok Won, cutting off the tag of ′acting-dol′ and receiving the name ′rookie movie actor.′

The 35th Blue Dragon Awards is an award ceremony that looks back on all the Korean films that premiered in the past year. Through a selection process by professionals, surveys, and netizen voting, 18 different awards, including Best director, Best Leading Actor and Actress, Best Support Actor and Actress, and more, are given.

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Singer-actor Park Yoo-chun snagged the rookie’s award at the 35th Blue Dragon Awards on Wednesday, brushing up a splendid start in his filmographic career.

The 29-year-old JYJ member won the rookie actor’s prize in recognition of his acting skills in his latest film “Sea Fog.”

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When his name was called on by the emcee, the Korean heartthrob walked up to the podium in Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in central Seoul, and said, “Thank you. I am a bit confused to be called on to the stage, only a second after the ceremony began.”

“Working on my first-ever movie, I became aware that producing one film costs tremendous effort from a lot of people. It has taught me a lot. Thank you for this amazing award for my first film.”

In this year’s Blue Dragon Award, Park was one of the five nominees of the rookie’s award, including Kim Woo-bin of “Friend: The Great Legacy,” Ahn Jae-hong of “The King of Jokgu,” Lim Si-wan of “The Attorney” and Choi Jin-hyuk of “The Divine Move.”

The award is the fourth of Park’s rookie awards this year, already having swept the rookie actor’s award at the 51th Grand Bell Awards, the 15th Busan Film Critics Awards and the fourth SACF Beautiful Artists Awards.

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