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Yeong-su O of "Kkanbu Grandfather" was the first Korean actor to win the Golden Globe Acting Award for "Squid Game."
The Squid Game was also nominated for the Best Picture and Best Actor, but failed to win two categories.
Yeong-su O received the Best Supporting Actor Award in the TV category at the 79th Golden Glove Awards held on the 10th (Korea Standard Time).
Yeong-su O won the Golden Globes Best Supporting Actor Award for the third time this year, beating prominent candidates such as Kieran Culkin of "Succession," Billy Crudup of "The Morning Show," Mark Duplass, and Brett Goldstein of "Ted Lasso."
It is the first time that a Korean actor has been honored with an award at the Golden Glove Awards. This is an achievement that the cast of "Parasite" in 2020 and "Minari" in 2021 also failed to achieve.
Unfortunately, Jung-jae Lee, who was nominated for the best actor award in the TV drama, failed. The award went to Jeremy Strong of "Succession."
"Squid Game" was also nominated for the best picture, and there were expectations that it would be possible to win the first Korean drama, but it handed over the trophy to "Succession."
The award for Best Picture and Best Actor failed, but being nominated is the first time in Korean movies and dramas.