The Biggest Snubbed Dramas At The 60th Baeksang Arts Awards… These Dramas Walked Out Empty-handed

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At the 60th Baeksang Arts Awards, many works received the honor of winning, but there were also works that walked out with zero wins creating a buzz among fans.

On the 7th of May, the 60th Baeksang Arts Awards were held at COEX D Hall in Seoul at 5 PM.

There were works that were nominated in multiple categories but did not receive any awards. The most shocking result was for the JTBC drama “The Good Bad Mother.” Despite being highly acclaimed for its performances by Ra Mi Ran and Lee Do Hyun since its airing, “The Good Bad Mother” was nominated in four categories, including Best Drama, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Screenplay, but failed to win in any category.

The Coupang Play original series “Boyhood” (directed by Lee Myung-woo) was nominated in three categories, including Best New Actor, Best Director, and Best Actor (Im Siwan), but also ended up without winning any awards. Many fans were disappointed as these works were highly anticipated to win in all categories.

The Netflix original series “Daily Dose Of Sunshine” was also nominated in three categories, including Best Drama, Best New Actress and Best Screenplay, but returned empty-handed.

In particular, these three works generated a lot of buzz and attention for their artistic quality and performances by the actors, so it was shocking that they did not receive any awards.

Meanwhile, the Baeksang Arts Awards is the only comprehensive art awards ceremony in South Korea that encompasses TV, film, and theater. This year, those who have been active in the popular culture arts industry over the past year in the TV, film, and theater fields gathered for the ceremony.

The judging criteria for the Baeksang Arts Awards this year included content provided on terrestrial, cable, OTT, and web platforms from April 1, 2023, to March 31, 2024 (for works with a minimum of four episodes or more, at least one-third of the episodes had to be broadcasted by the judging date).

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