Kathryn Bernardo Nominated At 2023 Seoul International Drama Awards (SDA)

Power vote! Seoul Drama Awards Organizing Committee announced Kathryn Bernardo as among the nominees for SDA 2023.

KATHRYN BERNARDO – ABS-CBN superstar Kathryn Bernardo earns international nomination, another feather to her cap.

One of the prized stars of the Kapamilya network is Kathryn Bernardo. She holds two movies with the highest grosses in the history of the film industry crossing the Php 800 million mark.

And just recently, she earned another achievement, an international nomination.

This Monday, it has been announced that she is among the nominees for the 2023 Seoul International Drama Awards (SDA).

Note that actors are only to compete with other actors of the same country.

Other artists nominated in the Outstanding Asian Stars category came from South Korea, China, Thailand, Japan, and Taiwan. South Korean actors Song Joong-ki, Song Hye-kyo, Lee Je-hoon, Yoon-ah, and Park Eun-bin are nominated for South Korea and Chinese stars Lai Ter-Chien, Wanghedi, and Shuxin Yu are for China.

Tsuyoshi Kusanagi and Kento Yamazaki represent Japan while from Thailand and Taiwan are Nichkhun and Vivian Sung, respectively, as per the press release.

SDA 2023 Press Release

According to the organizers, fans can start voting for their idols starting June 15. According to the award-giving body, the 18th edition of the Seoul Drama International Awards will be on September 21, with a live broadcast on Korea’s KBS2TV.

Fans can vote in the Idolchamp app.

“Winners selected by the vote will also be invited to the ceremony to share the joy of winning the award with the general public,” says the group.

To recall, last year, actress Belle Mariano was awarded the same award and she personally received it.

Meanwhile, SDA is the only international drama festival in South Korea that recognizes dramas across the globe.

In a previous article, this year is going to be packed for Kathryn. She is expected to do three movies with the titles  “A Very Good Girl” with Dolly de Leon, directed by Petersen Vargas; “Elena 1944” directed by Olivia Lamasan; and an untitled one with Cathy Garcia-Molina.


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