SQUID GAME STAR MADE GOLDEN GLOBE HISTORY

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Without a live television or streaming event, the Golden Globes seemed to have been a secret this year. However, the show did go on. The press association, reeling from a public relations storm over ethical lapses and a lack of internal diversity, announced the names of the film and television winners on social media.


77-year-old South Korean star O Yeong-su, who plays old man or Player 001 in the hit Netflix series “Squid Game” made history last night as the first Korean actor to win a Golden Globe. O was nominated for best supporting actor in a television series alongside Billy Crudup for “The Morning Show,” Kieran Culkin, for “Succession,” Mark Duplass for “The Morning Show” and Brett Goldstein for “Ted Lasso.”


The South Korean star is “widely regarded as one of the greatest stage actors in South Korea,” according to the Golden Globes. He has appeared in over 200 stage productions and has held television and film roles.