Andrew Phung Archives

Run the Burbs
All the cast has moved on, and Andrew Phung, who played Kimchee, has co-created a new sitcom with his best friend Scott Townsend called Run the Burbs Phung will also star as a stay-at-home dad living and loving with his entrepreneurial, executive wife and two kids The Phams are a Vietnamese-South Asian-Canadian family representing the[...]
Kim’s Convenience Abruptly Cancelled at 5th Season
Kim or "Apa" ("dad" in Korean) hosted an aftershow after the episode aired with fans and fellow stars Simu Liu and Andrew Phung to talk about the show and even dished on things that might have been. "Kim's Convenience", CBC, Netflix The final episode ended on a "life goes on" note Without going into heavy spoilers, Janet[...]
Kim’s Convenience Alum Land New Shows including a Spin-off
Andrew Phung, who plays Jung's best friend Kimchee, and Nicole Power, who plays their boss and Jung's girlfriend, have landed new shows One of them is a direct spin-off from Kim's Convenience with Power playing the same character from the original series. Nicole Power and Andrew Phung in "Kim's Convenience", CBC Phung has co-created a new series[...]
Kim’s Convenience Abruptly Cancelled at 5th Season
Jung and Kimchee (Andrew Phung) actually got into carjacking and joyriding, fights with gangs, and run-ins with drug dealers Janet and Mrs Kim (Janet Yoon) have been more forgiving of Jung and actually see him regularly Mr Kim (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) and Jung are civil with each other at best and frosty at worst, since[...]
Kim’s Convenience Abruptly Cancelled at 5th Season
The series itself begins years later when Jung is in his 20s and has a steady job working at the local Handy car rental service but lives separately from the family, rooming with his best friend and co-worker Kimchee (Andrew Phung) His younger sister Janet (Andrea Bang) and mother (Janet Yoon) are still in regular[...]
Kim's Convenience: Liu Simu's Statement on the Series' Cancellation
The whole world tuned in to watch the shenanigans of Appa, Umma, Janet, Jung, Kimchee and Shannon; I'd like to think that our show brought everyone a bit closer together during this incredibly divisive time. Beyond our critical and commercial acclaim, the show helped launch the commercial careers of so many actors of colour: myself, the[...]