Steven Yeun on How Minari Helped Him “Re-Examine” His Childhood at the 2021 Oscars

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Whether Steven Yeun leaves the 2021 Oscars with an award or not, the actor has been rewarded tenfold after starring in Lee Isaac Chung‘s film Minari.

On the Academy Awards red carpet, the Minari actor tells Giuliana Rancic that starring in the Best Picture nominee gave him a new perspective on his childhood. As he put it, “When you have your own children, I think they help you re-examine all the things you thought you remembered and it was really refreshing to see my parent’s generation through clearer eyes.”

He adds that his mom has “always” been so supportive of his career, adding that his mother flew to Los Angeles, Calif. to watch his kids while he and his wife attend the ceremony at Union Station. “We’re really thankful and blessed to have the parents here,” he shares.

And if his mom missed it, the Walking Dead actor gives her a sweet shout-out, saying to the camera, “Hi Ma, I love you!”

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