Steven Yeun

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TIFF 2021: ‘The Humans’ is a Fantastically Acted if Redundant Debut


Finally, an A24 horror film about the terror of tension-riddled family gatherings.

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Steven Yeun’s Trailblazing Artistry of Feeling


Throughout a notably consistent career filled with risky experiments, Yeun demonstrates a mastery of depth and empathy that drives his cross-genre appeal.

Minari And Nomadland

Searching for the American Dream in ‘Minari’ and ‘Nomadland’


In these two new films, the American Dream is observed from wildly different perspectives. But the conclusion they come to is eerily similar.

Minari — Still

‘Minari’ is a Rarified Expression of Realism in the Modern Blockbuster Era


Whether tragic or beautiful or merely mundane, every scene is bursting with beauty.

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‘Burning’ Star Steven Yeun on Why His New Film Is ‘Unexplainable’


The Korean-American actor reflects on life after ‘The Walking Dead’ and why he chose to work with one of his favorite Korean filmmakers.

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‘Burning’ Review: Lives, Like Love, Are So Easily Set Aflame (Fantastic Fest 2018)


Steven Yeun brings the full weight of his international star power to bear in this haunting South Korean revenge story.

Conan O'Brien in Cuba

Conan O’Brien: Cultural Diplomat


With Conan O’Brien’s special in Haiti on its way, we consider the cultural issues surrounding his travel segments.