The South Korean movie "A Taxi Driver" won best picture at the 38th annual Blue Dragon Film Awards, one of the two major film honors in South Korea.
The movie on the country's May 18th democracy movement grabbed best film and best actor awards during the ceremony held at Kyunghee University in eastern Seoul on Saturday.
The film also won best music and most viewed picture awards.
Actor Song Kang-ho won the best actor prize, while the best actress prize went to Na Moon-hee for her role in "I Can Speak."
Director Kim Hyun-suk was honored with best director award for "I Can Speak."