2019's hit Korean film 'Parasite' has received three major film nominations!
On December 9 KST, the nominees for the the 77th 'Golden Globe Awards' were announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press, with 'Parasite' being nominated for 'Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language,' director Bong Joon Ho and writer Han Jin Won receiving a nomination for 'Best Screenplay - Motion Picture,' and director Bong Joon Ho 'Best Director - Motion Picture.'
Nominated with Bong Joon Ho for the 'Best Director' award include Martin Scorsese ('The Irishman'),
Quentin Tarantino ('Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'), Sam Mendes ('1917'), and Todd Phillips ('Joker').
Nominees going against 'Parasite' for 'Best Screenplay - Motion Picture' are Noah Baumbach ('Marriage Story'), Anthony McCarten ('The Two Popes'), Quentin Tarantino ('Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'), and Steven Zaillian ('The Irishman').
Lastly, the other nominees for 'Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language' are 'The Farewell' (Chinese language), 'Pain and Glory' (Spanish language), 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' (French language), and 'Les Misérables' (French language).
Meanwhile, the 77th 'Golden Globe Awards' will air on January 6.