“I’m tired of holding this.”
You know Jean Yun from Kim’s convenience, whose fifth season recently premiered on Neftlix.
Earlier today, Yoon responded to an article on Simu Liu star’s latest comments on the show’s conclusion and spinoff, sharing his own “painful” work experience. Kim’s convenience.
“[A]Asian Asian woman, Korean-Canadian woman with more experience and knowledge of the world of my characters – she writes – the lack of Asian women, especially Korean writers in the room for writers of Kims, made my life VERY DIFFICULT and the experience of working in the show is painful . “
Yun also claims this Kim’s convenience co-creator Kevin White “clearly set the parameters” of the show itself instead of co-creator Ins Choi – “FACT”, she said, “which was hidden from us as a band.”
After a period of time that Yun defined as a crisis, “Choi”[resumed] control of the show “for the fifth and final season.
Yoon went on to explain that due to COVID-19, Kim’s convenience the cast received pre-projects for the entire season – and they “discovered storylines that were VERY RACIST and so extremely culturally inaccurate that the cast came together and expressed collective concerns.”
With the resumption of management of the show by Choi, Yoon explained that “most [of the] offensive “jokes” were removed, “before you give an example of one of the original drafts of season 5.
The scene involved Mrs. Kim wearing naked shorts, and Mr. Kim had to tell her “she looks naked from the waist down.”
“No one, especially Ms. Kim, will know that a garment makes her look naked,” Yun explained, while pointing out that “stumbling naked is the first act before public humiliation or rape.”[s}trippingsomeonenakedisthefirstactbeforepublichumiliationorrape”[s}trippingsomeonenakedisthefirstactbeforepublichumiliationorrape”
Yoon claims that Choi eventually interrupted the scene at her request and that if left in the episode, “it would air hours after eight people, six Asian women, were shot dead in Atlanta, Georgia in hate crimes.” which shocks the nation. IT MATTERS. “
“If an Asian actor says, ‘Hey, that’s not great,’ then maybe you should just fix it and say THANK YOU.”
Yun also suggested that when she raised the issue of the accuracy of a storyline that included her character’s diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, the show’s producers said that “Jean doesn’t understand comedy.”
After describing the struggles and achievements of the work on Kim’s convenience in general, Yoon mentions a scene last season to describe how she ended up feeling at work on the show.
“That was the feeling. Love died.”
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