Winners Of “43rd Korean Broadcasting Grand Prize” Awards Announced
On September 2, the 43rd Korean Broadcasting Grand Prize awards show was held at the KBS Hall in Seoul. The event was emceed by KBS announcer Lee Hyun Joo, MBC announcer Lee Sung Bae, and SBS announcer Choi Ki Hwan.
The award for Best Feature-Length Drama went to SBS’s “Six Flying Dragons,” while KBS’s “Descendants of the Sun” and MBC’s “She Was Pretty” tied for Best Mid-Length Drama.
In the entertainment/game category, MBC’s “My Little Television” took the prize, while SBS’s “Song Eun Yi and Kim Sook’s Unnies Radio” won in the radio category. KBS’s “2 Days & 1 Night” won Best Variety Show.
“We are honored and grateful,” said Yoo Ho Jin, who captained “2 Days & 1 Night” until recently. “Because we are a domestic travel variety show, we were a little intimidated to travel to other countries [referring to the Harbin special]. We’re glad that we got such a good result. Although we would like to enjoy this honor with our staff, who suffered in the cold, and the passionate and amazing members, they are currently busy at Seosan competing to see who can clear away cow manure the fastest.”
The current affairs sector was won by KBS’s “Current Events Project, and the documentary category was won by EBS’s “Documentary Prime.”
Actress Hwang Jung Eum won the acting category, while comedienne Hong Yoon Hwa won the comedian category. Ha Hyun Woo won the musician category and thanked the production staff of “King of Mask Singer,” where he held the title nine consecutive times.
Congratulations to the winners!