At the Cannes Film Festival this weekend, the award for Best Actor this year. went to the South Korean actor Song Kang-ho for his role in the film "Broker," and Best Director went to Park Chan-wook for his film "Decision to Leave."
It's the first time Koreans have won two awards at Cannes in the same year.
Song Kang-ho is a familiar face to audiences around the world.
In "Broker," he plays a man who steals babies put up for adoption and sells them.
Park Chan-wook is probably Korea's best-known director.
This is his third prize at Canne, having won before with the films "Old Boy" and "Thirst."
This year's Palme d'Or went to the Swedish Director Ruben Ostlund for the social satire "Triangle of Sadness."
and Best Director went to two South Koreans for their work on two separate films.