2009 KBS Drama Awards

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2009 KBS Drama Awards
DateDecember 31, 2009
Hosted byTak Jae-hoon
Lee Da-hae
Kim So-yeon
Television coverage
Network KBS

The 2009 KBS Drama Awards (Korean : KBS 연기대상) is a ceremony honoring the outstanding achievement in television on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) network for the year of 2009. It was held on December 31, 2009 and hosted by Tak Jae-hoon, Lee Da-hae and Kim So-yeon. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Nominations and winners

(Winners denoted in bold)

Grand Prize (Daesang)
Lee Byung-hun IRIS
Top Excellence Award, ActorTop Excellence Award, Actress
Excellence Award, Actor in a MiniseriesExcellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries
Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length DramaExcellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial DramaExcellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama
Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily DramaExcellence Award, Actress in a Daily Drama
Excellence Award, Actor in a One-Act/Special/Short DramaExcellence Award, Actress in a One-Act/Special/Short Drama
Best Supporting ActorBest Supporting Actress
Best New ActorBest New Actress
Best Young ActorBest Young Actress
Netizen Award, ActorNetizen Award, Actress
Popularity Award, ActorPopularity Award, Actress
Best Couple AwardBest Writer
Lifetime Achievement Award
Yeo Woon-kay

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