Director Park Chan-wook Woo Young-woo who became the goddess of red carpet, failed to win the award.
Park Eun-bin brightly colored the “American Creative Choice Awards.”
The 28th Critics Choice Awards were held in Los Angeles on the 15th (local time). The “Critic Choice Awards” is an award ceremony selected by American film and broadcasting critics. It is known as an award ceremony that calmly evaluates the quality of the work and the actors’ acting skills.
Over the years, domestic works are filling the awards ceremony in abundance. In 2020, the movie “Parasite” and the movie “Minari” in 2021 won the best film award. Last year, “Squid Game” drew attention as it won the Best Foreign Language Drama Award and actor Lee Jung-jae won the Best Actor Award.
This year, South Korean works were also nominated. “Weird Lawyer Woo Young-woo” and “Pachinco” are each aiming for the best foreign language series. Director Park Chan-wook of the movie “Decision to Break Up” expected to win the Best Foreign Language Film Award, but unfortunately it failed.
Park Eun-bin, who stood on the red carpet on the same day, showed off the charm of the elegant and lovely East. The sky blue long dress minimized exposure, but it doubled its feminine charm by decorating the neck and shoulder line with beads see-throughs. Good smiles and bright etiquette were enough to capture foreign media cameras.
Next to him was director Yoo In-sik, who directed “Weird Lawyer Woo Young-woo.” Director Yoo In-sik dressed neatly in a black tuxedo and met with overseas officials along with Park Eun-bin. As the work was well received abroad beyond Korea, his face was full of laughter.
At the ceremony, ‘Strange Lawyer Woo Young-woo’ was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Series Award. It is drawing attention to compete in good faith with Kim Min-ha’s “Pachinco.” In addition to the two works, “1899,” “Prime Minister Virgit,” “Cleo,” “Garcia!” “The Kingdom Exodus,” “My Brilliant Friend” and “Teheran” are nominated.