Actor Oh Young-soo (78), who became the first Korean actor to win the Best Supporting Actor award at the American Golden Globe Awards, showed a bright smile at a celebration party held by colleagues.
On the 11th, Lee Sang-yoon, who is appearing in the play ‘Last Session’ with Oh Young-soo, posted a photo along with the words “Wow, congratulations” on the SNS story. It was Oh Young-soo wearing a pink crown and holding a cake.
This event was prepared as a surprise by those involved in the play to congratulate Oh Young-soo on winning the Golden Globe. Decorate the walls with colorful primary colors and gold, and phrases such as ‘Congrats’, ‘Oh Young Soo’, ‘Golden Globes Awards’, ‘Best Supporting Actor’ also stood out. What made the celebration party even more spectacular was the bright smile of the main character, Oh Young-soo.
At the 79th Golden Globe Awards held on the 10th (Korean time), Oh Young-soo won the Best Supporting Actor Award in the TV drama category for the Netflix drama ‘Squid Game’. Oh Young-soo was the first Korean actor to win a Golden Globe.
It was praised by foreign media. The US CNN reported that Oh Young-soo had won the award and said, “He wrote history.” Reuters also evaluated, “Oh Young-soo is the first Korean actor to win the Golden Globe. Despite criticism about the lack of diversity at the awards ceremony, he is receiving rave reviews at home and abroad.”