The Winners of the 2022 Seoul International Drama Awards Announced: Kim Seon Ho, BLACKPINK’s Ji Soo and More

seoul international drama awards 2022
seoul international drama awards 2022
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The 2022 Seoul International Drama Awards took place on September 22nd. Kim Seon Ho and BLACKPINK’s Ji Soo won the Outstanding Actor and Actress awards in Korean Drama Series, and the Outstanding Korean Drama award went to The Red Sleeve and All of Us Are Dead.

Kim Seon Ho won the award for his role in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha. He said, “I sincerely apologize for saying hello via video due to my schedule. Thank you so much for loving Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha and I love you and thank you once again. This award is given not only to me but also to all the staff, actors, and directors who worked so hard for our drama. Thanks to everyone who supports us. I’m here as an actor and I think our drama shines bright! I will work harder to become a better actor. Thank you so much and I love you. Thank you,” in his acceptance speech.

Ji Soo, who received the award for her role in Snowdrop, shared, “It’s such a huge honor to receive the Outstanding Korean Actress award in a Korean (Hallyu) Drama series. I’m sorry that I can’t attend due to my schedule, but I’m glad and happy that I got this great award thanks to everyone who loved the drama and Young Ro. I’ll work hard to show you better performances in the future. Thank you!”

seoul international drama awards 2022
Credit: OSEN

The International Outstanding Asian Star Award went to Kang Daniel (Korea), Wallace Chung (China), Yusei Yagi (Japan), Krit Amnuaydechkorn (Thailand), Bell Mariano (Philippines), and Ko Chia Yen (Taiwan).

Kang Daniel said, “The staff members’ hard work and dedication are what shaped my music, movies and dramas. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the director, writer, co-stars and staff members of Rookie Cops for creating such a great series.”

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