‘Squid Game’ Actor Lee Jung Jae Nominated For Critics’ Choice Awards

Actor Lee Jung Jae was nominated for the Critics’ Choice Awards

While the list of nominees for the 27th Critics’ Choice Awards was revealed on December 6th, Lee Jung Jae was nominated for the Best Actor in a Drama Series for the Netflix series ‘Squid Game’.

The nominees include Lee Jung Jae, Sterling K. Brown (‘This Is Us’), Mike Colter (‘Evil’), Brian Cox (‘Succession’), Jeremy Strong (‘Succession’), and Billy Porter (‘Pose’).

The Critics’ Choice Awards is an event hosted by the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) of the United States and is considered one of America‘s leading awards ceremony. The awards are divided into film and TV categories, and it is also a place to predict the results of major awards such as the Emmy Awards

Squid Game’ starring Lee Jung Jae was nominated for Best Drama Series and Best Foreign Language Drama at the Critics’ Choice Awards

Lee Jung Jae perfectly portrays the three-dimensional character Sung Ki Hoon through ‘Squid Game’, gaining popularity not only in Korea but also globally. Recently, he also appeared on CBS’s ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’, a representative American talk show, and proved his popularity. 

The 27th Critics’ Choice Awards will be held on January 9, 2022. 


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