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Inside Men take Blue Dragon

Korea’s Blue Dragon awards was one of a couple of major events in Asia over the weekend, running on Friday ahead of Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards on Saturday.

The Blue Dragons gave Best Film toInside Men and Best Director to The Wailing’s NA Hong-jin. The Wailing, the event’s most-nominated title, end the evening as the most-awarded title. It took away five gongs, two more than PARK Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden, which saw actresses KIM Min-hee and KIM Tae-ri take wins.

The year’s local box office champ, Train to Busan, took away the FX gong.

The Blue Dragon winners were:

Best Picture
Inside Men

Best Director
Na Hong-jin, The Wailing

Best Actor:
Lee Byung-heon, Inside Men

Best Actress
Kim Min-hee, The Handmaiden

Supporting Actor
Kunimura Jun, The Wailing

Supporting Actress
Park So-dam, The Priests

New Actor
Park Jung-min, Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet

New Actress
Kim Tae-ri, The Handmaiden

New Director
Yoon Ga-eun, The World of Us

Lee Mo-gae, Asura: The City of Madness

Kim Sun-min, The Wailing

Jang Young-kyu, The Wailing

Art Direction
Ryu Sung-hee, The Handmaiden

Technical FX
Kwak Tae-yong, Train to Busan

Shin Yeon-shik, Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet

Short Film Award
Summer Night, Lee Ji Won

Box Office Award
Train to Busan

Popularity Award
Bae Doona, Tunnel
Jung Woo Sung , Asura: The City of Madness
Kunimura Jun, The Wailing
Son Ye Jin, The Last Princess

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