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Song Joong Ki & Yoo Ah In nominated for 'Best Couple Award'

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Song Joong Ki and Yoo Ah In from KBS 2TV's "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" have been nominated for the 'Best Couple Award' at the 2010 KBS Drama Awards. The two played the roles of 'Yeorim' and 'Geol Oh', which received massive support from fans of the drama as the representative 'male couple.' One scene in particular even created a 'gay scandal' between the two. Yeorim, who observed Geol Oh putting his life on the line in order to find the person who wrote the fake handbill, tearfully made the following outburst:"What does that make me, the person by your side? Fine, live as you want and get out of my sight." Although both actors and producers clarified the scene to be an expression of their deep friendship, it seems as if viewers took it differently, landing the two a nomination for the awards show. A representative of KBS's variety team revealed, "Due to the aggressive recommendations and support the press corps have shown, we were able to confidently put the 'Song Joong Ki and Yoo Ah In' couple as nominations for the 'Best Couple Award'. We predict that they will receive just as many user votes as the other hetero couples in the viewers votes." Even though the couple is said to be 'just friends', if the two should win the award, it would prove to be a great step towards a positive reception of the queer community in Korea! Stay tuned to allkpop for the results of the "2010 KBS Drama Awards", scheduled to be broadcasted on December 31st. Source + Photos: Sports Chosun via Nate


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