Hur Jin-ho picked up the Best Director award for his melodrama Happiness which portrays a love story between two terminally ill patients, starring Lim Soo-jun and Hwang Jung-min.
Jeon Do-yeon took Best Actress for her performance in Secret Sunshine, building on the same honours she won in Cannes and the recent Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
Hospital thriller Epitaph took two awards - Best Art Direction and Best Cinematography, as did Paradise Murdered - for Best Screenplay and Best New Director, both for Kim Han-min; and The Happy Life - for Best Supporting Actor and Best Music Direction. (See full list below.)
The Blue Dragons, which rival the Grand Bells as Korea's top awards for film, saw a star-studded turn-out from the local industry while director/producer Lee Chang-dong notably withheld his film Secret Sunshine from categories outside best performance in protest against the awards' sponsor, newspaper Sports Chosun, sister publication to the right-wing paper Chosun Ilbo.
Blue Dragon Awards 2007
Best Film: The Show Must Go On (Lucy Film)
Best Director: Hur Jin-ho (Happiness)
Best Leading Actor: Song Kang-ho (The Show Must Go On)
Best Leading Actress: Jeon Do-yeon (Secret Sunshine)
Best Supporting Actor: Kim Sang-ho (The Happy Life)
Best Supporting Actress: Na Moon-hee (Cruel Winter Blues)
Best New Actor: Daniel Henney (My Father)
Best New Actress: Jeong Ryeo-won (The Two Faces of My Girlfriend)
Best New Director: Kim Han-min (Paradise Murdered)
Best Screenplay: Kim Han-min (Paradise Murdered)
Best Cinematography: Yoon Nam-joo (Epitaph)
Best Music Direction: Lee Byung-hoon, Bang Joon-seok (The Happy Life)
Best Art Direction: Lee Min-bok, Kim Yoo-jung (Epitaph)
Best Lighting: Lim Jae-young (Hwang Jin Yi)
Best Technical Award: DTI ETRI (CGI for The Restless)
Most Popular Stars: Kim A-jung, Kim Tae-hee, Hwang Jung-min, Ju Jin-mo
Most Admissions: D-War (Younggu Art Movies)