How Kim's Convenience actress Andrea Bang landed her starring role — with no TV experience
The hit TV comedy has connected with viewers around the world, and landed a spot on Netflix
Kim's Convenience is kicking off its fourth season on CBC this week; the hit TV comedy has connected with viewers all over the world, and has also been picked up by Netflix. The show is about two generations of Korean-Canadians who are running a store, and actress Andrea Bang returns as an independent, endearingly awkward art student named Janet, also the youngest member of the Kim family. Remarkably, Bang landed the role with no TV experience at all — and she reveals how it all happened in an interview with q host Tom Power.
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