‘Minari’ Star Yuh-Jung Youn Calls Brits ‘Snobbish’ in Tongue-in-Cheek BAFTA Speech
British people are known for being self-deprecating, but even they might have felt a little blindsided by “Minari” star Yuh-Jung Youn’s brutally honest, funny assessment of them.Shortly after offering her condolences for the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, during her BAFTA Film Awards acceptance speech for supporting actress, Youn then delivered arguably the biggest laugh of the night.“Thank you so much for this award.
Every award is meaningful, but this one, especially being recognized by British people, known as snobbish people and they approve me as a good actor, I am very happy.
Thank you so much,” Youn said.The evening’s co-host Dermot O’Leary didn’t know quite how to react to Youn’s comment, raising a surprised eyebrow and moving swiftly on.However, in the press conference following her speech, Variety asked Youn to expand on her comments and whether her not-so-flattering
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