When it premiered on ABC in 2015, it became the first broadcast sitcom about Asian Americans since Margaret Cho’s short-lived “All-American Girl” in 1994.
The "Always Be My Maybe" star said the K-pop group made him “proud to be Korean.”
Some big names gathered at actor Rafael Casal's pad for a cypher that deserves a Grammy.
The rom-com gag reel might be as funny as the movie itself.
"Always Be My Maybe" co-stars Park and Ali Wong sat down for a game of Vicebreaker.
*Plays "I Punched Keanu Reeves" on loop*
Ali Wong and Randall Park's rom-com lovingly portrays a range of characters who subvert stereotypes, while not making Asian identity a central plot point.
The much-anticipated new Randall Park-Ali Wong film transports us to the heyday of the American rom-com — with a few refreshing changes.
And it was pretty dope.
Park, who stars in the movie with Ali Wong, revealed that art was imitating his real life.