Korean-Canadian actress Sandra Oh makes history at Golden Globes

The story was marked at the 2019 Golden Globes Awards.
The Canadian actress of Korean origin Sandra Oh became the first person of Asian descent to welcome the second largest annual celebration of film and television in Hollywood.
… Oh also became the first Korean-born woman to win the Golden Globe for best actress in a televised drama.
Lee Seung-jae has more.
2019 is the year of the golden pig.
And for the Canadian actress of Korean origin Sandra Oh, … born on the day of the Year of the Pig, … she started her year in style.
The 47-year-old wrote the story early in the evening … co-organizing the glitzy event with Andy Samberg … becoming the first Asian to receive the awards.
But after that …, here is:

Victory makes Oh first actress of Korean descent to receive the Golden Globe for the best actress in a televised drama.
She also becomes the first Asian actress to win several Golden Globes, just as she won in 2006 for her leading role in the film. TV show "Gray's Anatomy".
She made sure to thank her parents in a moving acceptance speech.

"There are two people here tonight who are so grateful for me.I would like to thank my mother and father – oma, apa, saranghaeyo (in korean for" mother, father, i t "). love ") Thank you everyone."

"Bohemian Rhapsody" won the Best Drama Award for …, beating "A star is born".
Rami Malek, who plays Freddie Mercury's biopic in Queen, wins the best performance of an actor in A Dramatic Movie.
The film describing the extraordinary life of Queen's singer was a worldwide hit and also broke revenue records in South Korea.
Lee Seung-jae, Arirang News.

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