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TVXQ Changmin is First Korean to be Nominated for Japan 'Hochi Film Awards'

By Staff Writer | November 12, 2012 08:38 AM EST

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TVXQ Changmin has been nominated for the 37th annual 'Hochi Film Awards' in Japan.

The 'Hochi Film Awards' was started in 1967 by the Hochi newspaper company.

Changmin will be featured in a Japanese movie this December called, "Fly with the Gold" and has been chosen as a nominee for the 'Newcomer Award'.

Changmin is the first Korean star to have their name nominated for this award ceremony.

Changmin will be playing the role of a North  Korean spy who disguises himself as a study abroad student.

This movie is based off a book written by Kaoru Takamura.

Tagged :  TVXQ, Changmin, Japan, Hochi Award

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