Emmy Awards 2018: Sandra Oh's mother rocks 'hanbok' on red carpet

North Korean women dressed in the choson-ot, also known as a hanbok

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The hanbok consists of a jacket and an extended skirt and is the standard gown of Korea

Sandra Oh might have made historical past for Asian girls together with her Emmy nomination, nevertheless it was her mom who grew to become the star of the present by showing in conventional Korean gown.

Younger-nam Oh and husband Joon-soo Oh had been company of the star, nominated for her position in BBC America’s Killing Eve.

Many had been thrilled to see Mrs Oh representing Korean tradition by sporting a hanbok to assist her daughter.

Individuals stated it was the primary time they’d seen a hanbok on the crimson carpet.

Korean American TV producer Albert Kim commented that it was an indication Koreans had formally “arrived” within the US.

And that wasn’t the tip of it.

In the course of the interview, Mrs Oh mom stated that she was “so proud” of her daughter, and gave her a kiss on the cheek.

That led the Gray’s Anatomy actress to scream: “Oh my god, that occurred on movie!”

It is not frequent in lots of Asian cultures for fogeys to overtly specific affection in the direction of their youngsters, a lot much less in a public setting – and the motion didn’t go unnoticed by folks like William Yu, who’s been campaigning for extra Asian illustration in TV and movie.

Sandra Oh grew to become the primary Asian girl to be nominated within the lead actress class for her position as Eve Polastri in BBC America’s murder-mystery collection, Killing Eve.

She had advised the New York Occasions that she hoped illustration on the Emmys would develop “not solely… from yellow to brown, however to all our different sisters and brothers.”

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