Hyeri wins ‘New York Asian Film Festival’ award
Hyeri wins ‘New York Asian Film Festival’ award
Actress Lee Hye-ri was named as an award winner at the 23rd ‘New York Asian Film Festival’.

At the 23rd New York Asian Film Festival (NEW YORK ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2024, 'NYAFF'), which opens at Lincoln Center in New York on the 12th of next month (local time), Lee Hye-ri was selected as a 'Screen International Rising Star' for the film 'Victory' in which she starred. He is scheduled to receive the Asia Award (hereinafter referred to as ‘Rising Star’).

The 'New York Asian Film Festival', held every year in New York, USA, is a representative Asian film festival in North America. The movie ‘Victory’ was selected as this year’s opening film. The 'Rising Star Award', which Hyeri Lee will receive, is an award that recognizes emerging talent in the Asian film industry.
Hyeri wins ‘New York Asian Film Festival’ award
Hyeri wins ‘New York Asian Film Festival’ award
The movie 'Victory' is a movie about the Millennium Girls, a rookie cheerleading club full of passion, cheering everyone on with dance and songs. Hye-ri Lee plays the role of ‘Pil-seon’ in the play.

Lee Hye-ri has acted in dramas such as 'Reply 1988', 'Living in Love', '100 Butlers per Day', and the movie 'Pansori Boxer'. The still cuts and teaser video of 'Victory' show Hyeri Lee's unique transformation, raising expectations from fans.

The movie 'Victory' will be released on August 14th.

Ten Asia Reporter Lee So-jeong forusojung@tenasia.co.kr translated by google