BY Joan MacDonald | Apr 28, 2013 08:47 AM EDT
The votes are in and the fans have spoken. Here are the results of the recently released Drama Fever awards. Check out the video for some fun acceptance speeches from your favorite actors.
Best Drama of The Year: "The Moon That Embraces The Sun."
This beautiful historical fantasy drama of true love, jealousy, magic and the corrosive desire for power was chosen as the best drama of the year.
Best Actor: Lee Min Ho
The international star received the award for his role of Choi Young, the 13th century time-traveling warrior in "Faith: The Great Doctor."
Best Actress: Yoon Eun Hye
The actress won the award for her role as Lee Soo Yeon in the drama "Missing You." Lee Soo Yeon is a glamorous fashion designer with a tragic past that she has chosen to forget.
Breakthrough Performance: Yeo Jin Goo
The young actor stole the show in "The Moon Embraces the Sun" when he played the Crown Prince Heo Yeon Woo. His first love was magical and heartbreaking.
Best Couple: Lee Min Ho and Kim Hee Sun.
The 21st century doctor, Yoo Eun Soo, and 13th century warrior, Choi Young, had to travel through time to find each other in "Faith: The Great Doctor."
Best Kiss: Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji in "Reply 1997"
The actors, who played Yoon Yoon Jae, the boy next door and Sung Shi Won, the H.O.T. fangirl, shared the year's most memorable kiss.
Best Bromance: Joo Won and Park Ki Woong
The actors played Korean Lee Kang To and Japanese Kimura Shunji, during the Japanese occupation of Korea in the drama, "Bridal Mask." The two friends were forced to be enemies by the tragedy of war
Best couple not meant to be: Seo in Guk and Hoya
The "Reply 1997" couple was considered the best love match of the year even if they were not meant to be.
Best Villain: Kwon Hyun Sang.
He was evil and bloodthirsty in "Vampire Prosecutor."
Best Ensemble: "Rooftop Prince"
The time-traveling prince and entourage were not only trapped in the unfamiliar 21st century, but they had to deal with not being treated like royalty. The results were hilarious.
Best music: "Dream High 2"
The music for "Dream High 2" was every bit as infectious as the music for the original "Dream High."
Most Underrated Drama: "A Gentleman's Dignity"
This sleeper hit followed four kdrama men as they coped with love and life.
All of these great dramas can be seen on hulu.com and dramafever.
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