Kim Nam Gil and Lee Min Ho to Attend the 35th Golden Disc Award as the Only Award Presenters

Credit: C-JeS Entertainment
Credit: C-JeS Entertainment, MYM Entertainment 

Kim Nam Gil and Lee Min Ho have been chosen as the grand prize presenters.

Last month, the Golden Disc Awards announced that this year’s event will be held as a two-day award ceremony on Jan 9 and 10. The first day of the event will highlight the biggest digital releases in 2020, while the second part will recognize achievements made by the physical albums. And today, Kim Nam Gil and Lee Min Ho have been announced as the only award presenters to attend the event.

Attending the Golden Disc Award for the second year, Kim Nam Gil, who enjoyed the second heyday in 2020, will be responsible for presenting the honor to the top singer who garnered the highest album sales and judges’ scores on Jan 10.

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On Jan 9, Lee Min Ho will become the presenter of the grand prize for the best biggest digital album. As the actor rarely showed his face in the K-pop related award ceremonies, expectations for his appearance are rising rapidly. As the best Hallyu star, Lee Min Ho will present the trophy to the Digital Grand Prize winner.

Meanwhile, the 35th Golden Disc Award will conduct the event online for the first time. To ensure all participants and staff’s safety, the number of awardees was greatly reduced to just two grand prize presenters. The event will be broadcast live on JTBC, but you can also enjoy it via Livecon.tv (America, Canada, and South America).

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  • Lee Min Ho in his superstar status and as a singer himself deserves to be the presenter of the grand award

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