Red Bean & Kimchi Brings Improv Talk Show To YouTube

It is a great pleasure of mine to introduce you all to Red Bean & Kimchi, a new online improvisational talk show which features many emerging Asian American Artists and non-profit community service organizations. It’s a YouTube show that broadcasts weekly every Monday night with special footage airs on Thursday and Sunday nights, with Facebook contests throughout the season. This can be likened to Zach Galifianakis’ Between Two Ferns except a lot less awkward for the guest’s part (well, it depends on who).

You can check out one of their later episodes here which features a dude that looks a lot like me but with a severe case of paranoia and hyper sensitivity…oh wait, that is me. Ah drats.

Follow them on Twitter and visit their YouTube Channel to become a fan!

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About Edward

Edward Hong is an actor and spoken poet. Passion to make a change in this world through the performing arts and activism defines his ongoing life and it is the struggle against all things unjust that gives him this passion to be one heck of a talkative, stubborn man. It, however, does not mean he strives to be a champion or role model of any community but to be the man who will be honest and say the things nobody will have the balls to say. He is the jester who is outspoken in what he believes in most passionately and therefore cannot be pinpointed that he will do what you expect him to do.
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