Park, who won the award for the period film “The Royal Tailor,” costarred with Lee Min-ho in “The Heirs” and Lee Jong-suk in “Pinocchio” ― both successful TV dramas.
Lee Min-ho won his award for the crime noir film “Gangnam 1970,” while Lee Jong-suk won his award for the TV drama “Pinocchio.”
|Lee Min-ho (left), Park Shin-hye|
Lee and Park also took home both honorary iQiyi Star Awards, which were specially included this year.
Both stars, however, missed out on the major awards ― Best Actor in the film category and Best Actress in the TV category, for which they were respectively nominated with “Gangnam 1970” and “Pinocchio.”
The Best Actor in film award was shared by Lee Sun-kyun and Jo Jin-woong, both for the crime film “A Hard Day,” and the Best Actress in TV award was won by Song Yun-ah for “Mama.”
The Grand Prizes in film and TV went to actor Choi Min-sik, the star of Korea’s best performing film of all time, “The Admiral: Roaring Currents,” and TV producer Na Young-seok, who produced entertainment programs “2 Days & 1 Night,” “Grandpas Over Flowers” and “Three Meals a Day.”
Best New Actors were JYJ singer Park Yoo-chun (“Haemoo”) and Im Si-wan (“Misaeng”), for film and TV, respectively. Best New Actresses were Chun Woo-hee (“Han Gong-ju”) and Go Ah-sung (“Heard It Through the Grapevine”), also for film and TV, respectively.
K-pop singer Krystal won Most Popular Actress in TV for “My Lovely Girl.” Meanwhile, the event’s sponsored fashion awards went to Lee Jung-jae and Shin Min-a.
By Yoon Sarah (firstname.lastname@example.org)