I get recognized a bit more. Plus, I'm getting some opportunities to do some things that I probably wouldn't have gotten before the show.
Everyone's here saying congratulations, ... Can you believe it?
The building just has a bad history, ... We didn't know it in the beginning, so we had to bless the set to make sure it let us work in there safely. We went through this Hawaiian ritual. It was the building nobody wanted to go into.
He shot a lot of people
It's always hard to see one of us go, because you know, we have such a strong bond with one another, and we were the original group. We missed Ian when he left. We still miss Ian, and we're going to miss [Maggie] too. But at the same time, we know that that's the kind of storytelling they're doing.
I really like Jin. I don't think he's the hard, stern character that he was initially laid out to be. I think he's very complex. I think he's very human.
In a way, this show has an opportunity to make a lot of commentary on politics, human relations, human rights. For Koreans, I think it's the best opportunity that American television has ever had to be visited by Korean characters once a week and learn what it is to be Korean.
His pronunciation was fantastic. I was going around, saying maybe he should be the one speaking Korean and I'll speak English and say, 'Dude,' a lot.
One thing viewers will be reminded of, the stakes are very high on this island. It's always life and death. They may have been lulled into a sense of security in the past few episodes. That may change again soon.
I'm incredibly grateful for this opportunity. Every day I'm at work and I look out at the ocean and see the crystal blue waves crashing on the beach, I just look up and thank the universe for putting me here.
It saddens me to know that I jeopardized the welfare of the kind people of Hawaii, a community that I love and call my home.
I like to think that I'm not as ominous in real life.
My wife will tell you it's the little things, like driving my boys to school on my days off so she can rest. We're not into PDA, but every time we end a phone conversation, we say 'sarang,' which means love in Korean.
But with two boys and a new puppy, we don't get out much. We're usually home doing stuff together as a family, like watching 'Modern Family.
I'm funny at home too, but not deliberately. My wife is usually laughing at me rather than with me.