Link: ‘It died from within’: Two actors lament the untimely demise of Kim’s Convenience

From Eric Volmers of the Calgary Herald:

Link: ‘It died from within’: Two actors lament the untimely demise of Kim’s Convenience
“No matter how good it can be, if you don’t deal with issues from within and try to gloss it over because everything on the surface looks fantastic and idealistic, then you are just asking for trouble. I think that’s the unfortunate lesson from this whole thing.” Continue reading.

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  1. It’s surprising that Ivan Fecan, executive producer of “Kim’s” would not replace new “co-creators/writers, Kevin White and Ins Choi. Why not? In fact, the last couple of seasons in my opinion – (I lived in SKorea) – were a bit stereotypical and farcical. So, the show could have benefitted from fresh talent and perspective and less American pop culture and geographical references.
    That in no way suggests a negative summary of the program. Au contraire! I loved it and looked forward to it every week I will miss it so, so much.
    Jean Yoon and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee are amazing and versatile actors. (I have heard them with Canadian accents in various guest tv roles throughout the years). I cannot wait to see what they do next.

    PS Ignore those awful, shocking comments in the Calgary Herald piece. Those people have been mesmerised by watching too many reruns on CTV (aka ATV).

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