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ZE:A′s Im Si Wan′s Humble Acceptance Speech at the ′MBC Drama Awards′ Catches Attention

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2014.12.31 15:00 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

Despite the overflowing amount of attention that he received in 2014, ZE:A′s Im Si Wan proved to be unfazed, staying humble as shown through his acceptance speech.

On December 30, Im Si Wan attended the 2014 MBC Drama Awards, where he took home the Best New Actor award for his role in Triangle.

ZE:A′s Im Si Wan′s Humble Acceptance Speech at the ′MBC Drama Awards′ Catches Attention

Up on the stage, Im Si Wan stated, "I didn′t think that I would be receiving an award today. Instead, the only reason why I had a bit of greed towards an award was because when I was up for the Child Actor award last year, I anticipated it a lot."

He continued, "It feels really good to receive this award unexpectedly. As always, the more I receive awards, it feels better and better. However, I will personally not take any special meaning from this award that I received today. I will become Im Si Wan, who always studies and researches acting and approaches acting with much passion."

Im Si Wan returned to the microphone to add, "To all the people that I need to thank, I will personally call them. However, I don′t have the phone numbers of fans, so I will take this time to thank them."

Im Si Wan′s clean-cut and simple speech, a little over a minute, became highlighted, along with the humility Im Si Wan showed, especially in 2014 when his acting in the movie The Attorney and the tvN drama Misaeng was showered with praise.

With Im Si Wan currently receiving many offers for upcoming dramas and films, Im Si Wan′s 2015 is being anticipated by the public.

Photo Credit: MBC, ZE:A′s official Twitter

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