Actor Lee Min-ho, “I’m filming ‘Pachinco’ season 2, in Canada. Please look forward to it.”
Actor Lee Min-ho expressed the joy of winning the best ensemble cast with “Pachinco” at the U.S. Film Independent Spirit Awards.
At the 38th Film Independent Spirit Awards held in Santa Monica, California on the 4th (local time), Apple TV+ original drama “Pachinko” was honored with the best ensemble cast.
Lee Min-ho, who is currently filming Season 2 of “Pachinco” in Toronto, Canada, expressed his feelings on video with the cast including Yoon Yeo-jung, Kim Min-ha and Jin-ha. As much as the award is given to the “Pachinco” team, I could feel the strong affection and chemistry between Noh Sang-hyun, who delivered his acceptance speech at the awards ceremony, and the “Pachinco” team, who thanked him through the video.
Actor Lee Min-ho said, “I sincerely thank the Film Independent Spirit Awards for giving this meaningful award. We’re working hard filming season 2 in Canada. Please look forward to season 2. “It’s an honor to win the award, and I’d like to say thank you to all the people who supported me,” he said.
“Pachinco” is a story that begins with forbidden love and depicts an unforgettable chronicle of war, peace, love and separation, victory and judgment between Korea, Japan, and the United States.
Actor Lee Min-ho played a charming character who would shake the life of Seon-ja (Kim Min-ha) as a young man. Lee Min-ho showed an unconventional acting transformation, delicately portraying Han-soo’s irresistible fatal charm, as well as the complex inner side of conflict between ambition and love. In response, the audience and critics praised Lee Min-ho as “Rediscovery of Lee Min-ho,” and won the best actor category and two awards for “Pachinco” at the 2022 Gold Derby TV Awards.
Lee Min-ho, who showed great performance in Season 1 of “Pachinco,” recently finished filming the drama “Ask the Stars” and began filming Season 2 of “Pachinco” in Canada. This season is also expected to show performances that lead to sympathy from viewers around the world. 안전공원
The Film Independent Spirit Awards, where “Pachinco” won the Best Ensemble Cast Award, is an award ceremony hosted by the non-profit organization Film Independent, and its candidates were limited to independent U.S. films, but the awards have expanded to 2020 TV series. Earlier, at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, “Squid Game” Lee Jung-jae won the Best Actor Award, “Minari” Yoon Yeo-jung won the Best Supporting Actress Award, and the film “Parasite” won the International Feature Film Award.