Updated: Mar 30, 2020


Tune in on Kim’s Convenience Facebook page on Tuesday, March 31 from 7-8 p.m. ET. The stream will be interpreted in ASL in real-time.

The season 4 finale of Kim’s Convenience airs Tuesday, March 31 at 8 p.m. local time (8:30 NT) on CBC and the free CBC Gem streaming service.

Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET, the cast of @KimsConvenience will be answering questions from fans on Facebook Live, ahead of the season 4 finale broadcast tomorrow night at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT) on CBC and CBC Gem.

Checking in from their homes across Toronto, Vancouver, and Sydney, Australia, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Appa), Jean Yoon (Umma), Simu Liu (Jung), Andrea Bang (Janet), Andrew Phung (Kimchee) and Nicole Power (Shannon) will reunite to update fans on how they're spending their time at home during this time of physical distancing, chat about what audiences can expect for the finale, answer questions from fans and share some special announcements.

Stream past episodes on CBC Gem and watch on CBC Television Tuesdays at 8 p.m.

Kim's Convenience returned with a fourth season January 7th on CBC Television. Watch previous seasons online now on CBC Gem:


A CBC original comedy, KIM’S CONVENIENCE is the funny, heartfelt story of the Kim family and their downtown convenience store. In season three, Appa (PAUL SUN-HYUNG LEE) and Umma (JEAN YOON) try to be good parents and good partners whether spicing up their love life, navigating the unfamiliar landscape of couples therapy or discovering the pitfalls of shants (shorts + pants). Janet (ANDREA BANG) continues to launch her career as a photographer, while negotiating old flames and new roommates. And Jung (SIMU LIU) struggles to regain his job and his friendship with Shannon (NICOLE POWER) while awkwardly mending fences with his Appa. 

KIM'S CONVENIENCE is based on the award-winning play by Ins Choi, who also adapted it for television. Kevin White serves as show runner, and co-created the series with Choi, who both hold executive producer credits along with Ivan Fecan. For CBC, Sally Catto is General Manager, Programming; Michelle Daly is Senior Director, Comedy, Scripted Content; and Sandra Pichea is Executive in Charge of Production. KIM'S CONVENIENCE is filmed in Toronto, ON. 

Season 4 premieres on CBC and CBC Gem in Winter 2020.

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee is an award-winning actor, writer, comedian and dad. Winner of a Canadian Screen Award for Best Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role, the Toronto Theatre Critics Award for Best Actor, and nominated for both ACTRA  and Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding Performance, Paul continues to pursue excellence both onstage and onscreen.

Selected film and television credits include: Kim's Convenience, Canada’s Smartest Person Jr., Shoot the Messenger, End of Days Inc, Robocop, Train 48.

Selected Stage Credits include: Kim’s Convenience (NYC premiere), Chimerica, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Ali & Ali: The Deportation Hearings, The Monster Under The Bed.

Jean Yoon

Jean Yoon is best known as “Umma" in hit series Kim’s Convenience (CBC/Thunderbird), earning a CSA nod and the ACTRA Award in 2017. Jean originated the role in the 2011 Toronto Fringe production, putting in 322 performances of the stage play over six years. Notable TV credits include The Expanse, Orphan Black, Private Eyes, Peg + Cat, Save Me, In Contempt, and the CBC miniseries Dragon Boys.

Simu Liu

Immigrating from China with his parents at the age of five, Simu was pushed to excel academically from a young age. After graduating from the Ivey School of Business at Western University, he worked at a top accounting firm for nearly a year before corporate cutbacks suddenly left him without a job. Rather than jumping back into the world of accounting, Simu instead chose to pursue acting, something he had always had a keen interest for. In the four years since, Simu has accumulated a solid resume of roles on television including a regular role on the OMNI miniseries Blood and Water, and guest roles on shows such as Make it Pop, Nikita, Warehouse 13 and Beauty and the Beast. He will next be seen in a recurring role on the upcoming NBC series Taken, based on the film franchise starring Liam Neeson, and on CBC's KIM'S CONVENIENCE.​

Andrea Bang

Andrea Bang is an actor/writer from Vancouver, B.C. She is best known for playing Janet on CBC's KIM'S CONVENIENCE, which earned her a Canadian Screen Award and Leo Award. Other credits include Luce, Adventures in Public School, Sunnyhearts Community Centre and Running with Violet. Most recently she filmed a short film she wrote and starred in called In Loving Memory

When she’s not acting or writing, Andrea creates short sketches/vignettes for her site Inanimate Funnies and watches too much TV. If there was a category for film consumption in one sitting, Andrea would proudly win.

Andrew Phung

Andrew Phung is an actor, improviser, and emcee hailing from Calgary, Alberta. Andrew has been performing improv at the Loose Moose Theatre Company since he was 16. He is an alumnus of Avenue Magazines Top 40 under 40 list and is the winner of the 2016 Canadian Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor/Guest Star in a Comedy Series for his work on KIM'S CONVENIENCE. His recent credits include The Beaverton and "Little Italy. Andrew is father to two wonderful boys, and husband to the amazing Tamara. Andrew also has over 400 pairs of, seriously.

Nicole Power

A graduate of Sheridan College’s Musical Theatre program as well as Second City's conservatory, Nicole has performed on stage all across the country. Selected credits include roles in Chasse GallerieBonnie and ClydeLegally BlondeLa Cage Aux FollesDog Sees GodAnne of Green Gables and Evangeline. Born in Middle Cove, Newfoundland, Nicole is currently a member of the Soulpepper Academy. 

Stream past episodes on CBC Gem and watch on CBC Television Tuesdays at 8 p.m.

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Featured in Vogue UK Magazine and having signed her first music publishing deal by the age of 20, this Vancouver born artist Anita Hamilton is finally releasing the highly anticipated debut single ‘Time Goes On’ to all streaming platforms and radio Jan. 10th, 2020. Special recognition to Cody Partridge as Lead Music Supervisor at SUPERGROUP Sonic Branding for publishing; Langston Francis for introduction to the producers Miles Jones, and Adam King (aka MJAK); Netflix and CBC placement on the hit television series Kim’s Convenience; and to Kathrine Weiss (CARAS Academy Delegate) for management.


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