Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, the Mandalorian star of Kim’s Convenience and the actor in Kim’s Convenience, gives fans a glimpse of what a turn at Starfleet could appear.
The Mandalorian actor and Kim’s Convenience star Paul Sun-Hyung Lee demonstrates his perfect Star Trek cosplay online.
Lee answered a question from a Twitter user about his possible Star Trek appointment with a picture of himself wearing a blue Starfleet outfit, captioned “Anything #Starfleet.”
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Before his rise to prominence in the role of Kim Sang-il in Kim’s Convenience, which he played from its original performance as a stage production and throughout all five seasons, Lee was best known for his role as Randy Ko on the improvised soap show Train 48. Lee appeared in The Mandalorian as Captain Carson Teva. He was an ex-Rebel Alliance pilot who joined the New Republic Starfighter Corps. Lee made his Star Wars debut in The Mandalorian Season 2’s second episode, “The Passenger,” and has since returned for a variety of appearances, including in the fifth episode of The Book of Boba Fett, “Return of the Mandalorian.” Lee is also being given the role of Iroh in the live-action version of Netflix’s version of Avatar The Last Airbender.
The Mandalorian concludes Another Season
The Mandalorian Season 3 finale “The Return” premiered on April 19, and created a buzz among the fans. Much to the delight of the audience, The third season widened the role of the popular character Grogu on the show. Dave Filoni warned fans following the conclusion not to be expecting a thorough study of Grogu’s family or the species he is. Filoni said that if he knew any of the information it would be a shame to reveal it. You’d then know that I know and will not reveal it to you, and that is cruel, so I’m not saying.”
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The Mandalorian Season 3 featured many controversial celebrity cameos. Particularly, Hollywood legend Jack Black as well as the well-known musician Lizzo. They were featured on the sixth episode of Season 3, “Guns for Hire,” in which they were portrayed as an incredibly eccentric royal couple. “Y’all I’ve just discovered that I’m royalty in Star Wars, which is Disney and makes me an official Disney princess,” Lizzo noted on social media. Lizzo shared a story about her relationship with her father, who passed away. Star Wars. She wrote, “When [ the Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau called me to offer the role of the Dutchess I was elated throughout the day, wishing he was still here cus I know he would be very happy.”
Disney+ is currently streaming The MandalorianSeasons 1 to 3.