Seoul International Drama Awards

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Seoul International Drama Awards
Country South Korea
First awarded 2006
Official website Seouldrama.org

The Seoul International Drama Awards (Hangul: 서울 국제 드라마 어워즈), also known as SDA, is an annual award show for excellence in television drama production based in Seoul, South Korea.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

Award winners[edit]

Grand Prize[edit]

Year Grand Prize Ref.
2008 Spain Missing
2009 China Memoirs in China [9][10]
2010 Japan Shoe-shine Boy [11]
2011 China Three Kingdoms [12]
2012 South Korea Deep Rooted Tree [13]
2013 Israel Prisoners of War season 2 [14][15]
2014 France Kaboul Kitchen season 2 [16][17][18]

Program categories[edit]

Winners are given the "Golden Bird Prize," and runners-up the "Silver Bird Prize."

Year Best TV Movie Best Mini-series Best Series Drama Best Juvenile Series Special Prize Jury Special Prize Ref.
2006 Japan The Violin
Netherlands Runner-up: What Shall We Expect Tomorrow?
South Korea My Lovely Sam Soon
Runner-up: China Watch for the Happiness
Japan Runner-up: Crying out Love, in the Center of the World
China Qiao's Grand Courtyard
South Korea Runner-up: Emperor of the Sea
N/A N/A Indonesia Holed Slipper for Hamdani
South Korea Saya Saya
Israel White Walls
2007 South Korea A Dwarf Launches a Little Ball
Runner-up: United Kingdom Prime Suspect: The Final Act
Japan Nodame Cantabile
Runner-up: United States The Tudors
China The Great Revival
Runner-up: Spain Remember When
Australia Mortified
Runner-up: South Korea Jump 2
India The Iron Handed Phantom - Mayavi
Runner-up: Jordan KHALA Word of Honor
Runner-up: Philippines Remembering - Jail Bars
Germany Can
2008 France Devastation
Runner-up: Iran Kobra's Decision
South Africa Ella Blue
Runner-up: United Kingdom Skins
China Hero Without a Name
Runner-up: South Korea Golden Bride
South Korea Jungle Fish
Runner-up: United Kingdom Ballet Shoes
Israel The Tutor
Runner-up: Afghanistan Secrets of This House
N/A
2009 Canada The Englishman's Boy
Runner-up: Japan The Shopping Trip
Norway Maria
Runner-up: South Korea Beethoven Virus
South Korea The Slingshot
Runner-up: Colombia The Cartel
N/A Iran Token
Singapore Fighting Spiders
Philippines Eva Fonda
Taiwan Taipei 24H
China Live a Luxurious and Dissipated Life
[9][10]
2010 Canada The Summit
Runner-up: United Kingdom The Day of the Triffids
South Korea The Slave Hunters
Runner-up: Japan Jin
South Korea Queen Seondeok
Runner-up: Canada Murdoch Mysteries season 3
N/A Malaysia Ghost season 2
India Pavitra Rishta
Philippines Where is Elisa?
N/A [11]
2011 Germany Shades of Happiness
Runner-up: Republic of Ireland When Harvey Met Bob
United Kingdom Luther
Runner-up: Germany The Pillars of the Earth
In the Name of Honour
Runner-up: Brazil Passione
N/A Afghanistan Eagle Four
New Zealand The Amazing Extraordinary Friends season 5
Russia The Dandelion
N/A [12]
2012 Germany Homevideo
Runner-up: France Calm at Sea
United Kingdom Great Expectations
Runner-up: United Kingdom Sherlock series 2
South Korea The Princess' Man
Runner-up: Canada The Firm
N/A Philippines Remembering - Fist
Turkey EZEL
Ukraine The Bomber
N/A [13]
2013 France The Jewish Cardinal
Runner-up: Israel Welcome and...Our Condolences
Germany Generation War
Runner-up: Norway The Half Brother
Spain Grand Hotel season 2
Runner-up: South Korea The Chaser
N/A South Korea The Perfect Day
Kyrgyzstan Salam, New York!
N/A [14][19]
2014 Spain Barefoot on Red Soil
Sweden Runner-up: The Fat & The Angry
Norway Mammon
South Korea Runner-up: Good Doctor
South Korea Empress Ki
Runner-up: Turkey Medcezir
N/A Sri Lanka Baby Cans
Japan Galileo season 2
N/A [17][18]

Individual categories[edit]

Year Best Actor Best Actress Best Director Best Screenwriter Best Cinematographer Best Music Director Best Art Director Ref.
2006 Canada Michael Therriault
for Prairie Giant
China Lu Yuan
for Watch for the Happiness
Japan Akihiko Ishimaru
for Crying out Love, in the Center of the World
Spain Patrick Bucley
for Family Portrait
South Korea Kim Seung-hwan
for Emperor of the Sea
Japan Taro Iwashiro
for The Violin
South Korea Min Eon-ok
for Princess Hours
2007 Japan Takuya Kimura
for The Grand Family
United Kingdom Helen Mirren
for Prime Suspect: The Final Act
Japan Takeuchi Hideki
for Nodame Cantabile
United Kingdom Frank Deasy
for Prime Suspect: The Final Act
China Shi Luan
for The Great Revival
Japan Takeuchi Hideki
for Nodame Cantabile
South Korea Lee Cheol-ho
for Hwang Jini
2008 Israel Dvir Benedek
for The Tutor
Taiwan Pan Li-li
for Artemisia
Spain Carlos Sedes, Manuel Palacios
for Missing
China Gao Mantang, Sun Jianye
for Chuang Guandong
Poland Piotr Wojtowicz
for Let's Go to the Movies Tomorrow
South Africa Braam Du Toit, Ronelle Loots
for Ella Blue
China Huo Wan
for Hero Without a Name
2009 Japan Akira Kume
for The Shopping Trip
Norway Charlotte Frogner
for Maria
United Kingdom Duane Clark
for XIII: The Conspiracy
Belgium Marc Didden
for The Emperor of Taste
N/A N/A N/A [9][10][20][21]
2010 Finland Carl-Kristian Rundman
for Easy Living
Netherlands Margôt Ros, Maike Meijer
for Tower C
Canada Nick Copus
for The Summit
United Kingdom Craig Warner
for The Last Days of Lehman Brothers
N/A N/A N/A [11]
2011 China Chen Jianbin
for Three Kingdoms
South Korea Na Moon-hee
for It's Me, Grandma
Germany Miguel Alexandre
for Shades of Happiness
Spain Albert Espinosa
for The Red Band Society
N/A N/A N/A [8][12]
2012 Germany Jonas Nay
for Homevideo
Germany Christine Neubauer
for Hanna's Decision
United Kingdom Brian Kirk
for Great Expectations
United Kingdom Sarah Phelps
for Great Expectations
N/A N/A N/A [13]
2013 South Korea Lee Moon-sik
for Sangkwon
United States Lucy Liu
for Elementary
Germany Philipp Kadelbach
for Generation War
Sweden Lars Lundström
for Real Humans
N/A N/A N/A [14][19]
2014 Germany Edgar Selge
for A Blind Hero - The Love of Otto Weidt
South Korea Kim Hee-ae
for Secret Love Affair
Norway Cecilie Mosli
for Mammon
Spain María Jaén
for Barefoot on Red Soil
N/A N/A N/A [17][18]

Outstanding Korean Drama Prize categories[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellent Korean Drama Outstanding Korean Drama Outstanding Korean Actor Outstanding Korean Actress Outstanding Korean Director Outstanding Korean Screenwriter Outstanding Korean Drama OST Ref.
2010 The Slave Hunters N/A N/A Jang Hyuk
for The Slave Hunters
Lee Byung-hun for IRIS
Go Hyun-jung
for Queen Seondeok
Han Hyo-joo
for Brilliant Legacy
Kwak Jung-hwan
for The Slave Hunters
Kim Young-hyun, Park Sang-yeon
for Queen Seondeok
N/A [2][11][22]
2011 N/A Mary Stayed Out All Night Sungkyunkwan Scandal Park Yoochun
for Sungkyunkwan Scandal
Moon Geun-young
for Mary Stayed Out All Night
Shin Woo-chul
for Secret Garden
Kim Eun-sook
for Secret Garden
Baek Ji-young
for "That Woman" (Secret Garden)
[5][12]
2012 N/A Rooftop Prince The King 2 Hearts Park Yoochun
for Rooftop Prince
Han Ji-min
for Rooftop Prince
N/A N/A Kim Tae-yeon
for "Missing You Like Crazy" (The King 2 Hearts)
[13][23][24]
2013 N/A Arang and the Magistrate Queen of Ambition Lee Joon-gi
for Arang and the Magistrate
Bae Suzy
for Gu Family Book
N/A N/A Kim Jaejoong
for "Living Like a Dream" (Dr. Jin)
[15][19][25]
2014 N/A My Love from the Star The Heirs Kim Soo-hyun
for My Love from the Star
N/A N/A N/A Lyn
for "My Destiny" (My Love from the Star)
[17][18][26]

People's Choice awards[edit]

Year Most Popular Foreign Drama of the Year Popular Drama Popular Actor Popular Actress Ref.
2008 N/A South Korea Time Between Dog and Wolf South Korea Lee Joon-gi
for Time Between Dog and Wolf
South Korea Nam Sang-mi
for Time Between Dog and Wolf
2009 United States CSI
United Kingdom Doctor Who series 4
South Korea Boys Over Flowers South Korea Kim Hyun-joong
for Boys Over Flowers
South Korea Moon Geun-young
for Painter of the Wind
[9][27][28][29]
2010 United States NCIS season 7 N/A South Korea Lee Seung-gi
for Brilliant Legacy
Taiwan Ruby Lin
for China Beauty's Rival in Palace
Hong Kong Charmaine Sheh
for Beyond the Realm of Conscience
[8]
2011 United States The Walking Dead N/A South Korea Park Yoochun
for Sungkyunkwan Scandal
Japan Ryunosuke Kamiki
for Threads of Our Hearts
China Yu Xiaotong
for The Dream of Red Mansions
Taiwan Jian Man-shu
for Where the Rain Never Stops
Hong Kong Charmaine Sheh
for Can't Buy Me Love
[12]
2012 China Bu Bu Jing Xin N/A South Korea Park Yoochun
for Rooftop Prince
Taiwan Nicky Wu
for China Bu Bu Jing Xin
Japan Aoi Miyazaki
for Lady Butterfly - Daughter of a Samurai
Taiwan Wang Ding-zhu
for Days We Stared at the Sun
[13]
2013 United States Mistresses N/A South Korea Jung Yunho
for Queen of Ambition
Taiwan Nicky Wu
for China Chinese Detective
Japan Renn Kiriyama
for Switch Girl!! season 2
Taiwan Ya-chi Hsu
for Are You Christine?
[14][19]
2014 United Kingdom Sherlock series 3 N/A South Korea Kim Soo-hyun
for My Love from the Star
Taiwan Joe Cheng
for Love Actually
China Hu Ge
for Life Revelation
N/A [30][31]

Star Hall of Fame[edit]

Year Recipient Ref.
2008 Choi Bool-am [1]
2009 Choi Ji-woo [1][32]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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