Kim’s Convenience star Simu Liu has criticised the show’s producers for prioritising white voices over Asian actors as its final season arrives on Netflix.
However, Kim’s Convenience has also found international success on Netflix, with season five landing on the platform on Wednesday (2 June).
Many of us in the cast were trained screenwriters with thoughts and ideas that only grew more seasoned with time.
First airing in 2016, the Canadian sitcom centres around a Korean-American family who run a convenience store in Toronto, with Liu playing the Kim’s estranged son Jung.
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