Sneak attack! These hilariously relatable Kim's Convenience tweets will have you running to Netflix to rewatch the series all over again. It even has some people wishing they lived in Toronto.
The CBC sitcom first premiered in 2016 and is currently in its fourth season. As we eagerly await for the newest one to drop on Netflix Canada, why not recollect on why we love the show so much?
Not only is it produced in Toronto with tons of filming locations you can totally visit, but it sticks to its roots and is set in the city too.
The cast that you've come to know and love come from places all over Canada. In fact, every single main and recurring characters have Canadian roots!
It's the adorable and hilarious main cast that has stolen our hearts for years. Paul Sun-Hyung, Jean Yoon, Andrea Bang, and Simu Liu play members of a Korean-Canadian family that tackle relatable and comical adventures.
A couple of Twitter users shared their fave characters with one writing "this is a public service announcement to say that I absolutely love jung kim from kim’s convenience". Another just wants "Appa in Kim’s Convenience to be my dad".
This user is in awe of parents Appa and Umma's marriage and love for each other.
It seems like Simu Liu's character Jung has quite the fanbase from this person who's "eyeing" him. They also have the urge to visit Toronto because of the show.
They're actually not alone with the people who "want to live in Toronto" and even just "go to Canada" because of the sitcom.
This one might blow your mind. One user pointed out that "i love kim’s convenience but it’s never winter in in this show and i can’t stop thinking about it". That's a pretty valid point considering Toronto definitely goes through all four seasons, especially some harsh winter months.
Another tweeted at Kimchee's actor Andrew Phung saying, "I love Kim’s Convenience, and you are part of a great cast, but why is it always Summer in Canada?!"
A very keen-eyed viewer recently pointed out that "Lmao I’m watching Kim’s convenience and the characters are watching an episode of riverdale".
Someone else realized that the series is classified under the "cringe binge" category on Netflix which is pretty inaccurate.
But another is super happy to "already know Korean slang thanks to Kim's Convenience" when they watched Parasite.
Kim's Convenience is in the same family of CBC sitcoms as Schitt's Creek. If you're a fan of one show but not the other, you should consider checking both out. They're each full of incredible humour and Canadian easter eggs.
Some Twitter users actually noted that "Kim’s Convenience is the best thing since Schitt’s Creek" and another said that they "started watching Kim’s Convenience after Schitt’s Creek and are loving it."
Four years after its series premiere, some people think it's totally slept on.
You can get your fill of the Kim family with new episodes of season four every Tuesday at 8 p.m. on CBC.