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Entertainment Minari star Steven Yeun oozes sophistication at the 2021 Oscars

03:50  26 april  2021
03:50  26 april  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The cast of Minari arrived in style to the 2021 Academy Awards on Sunday.

Steven Yeun looked debonair in a jet black tuxedo as he arrived to the glitzy Hollywood event alongside his stunning wife Joana Pak.

Even with a black face mask covering his face at times, the actor, 37, oozed sophistication as he posed upon the socially-distanced red carpet.

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Steven added another suave touch with his slicked back hairstyle, while his wife opted for long, loose waves.

The glamorous night out was a bit of a shock to the system for the actor, who admitted it was 'crazy' meeting so many new people all at once following a year of self-isolation.

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'I'll be honest with you, I haven't been outside in about a year,' he told E!'s Giuliana Rancic.

'I mean, I've been outside, but like to see you and all these people is kind of strange. I just did an interview about five seconds before this where I stumbled through the whole thing because I haven't talked to random people in a long time, so this is crazy.'

Steven's co-stars, Youn Yuh-jung, 73, and Han Ye-ri, 36, were also dressed to impress for the big Hollywood event.


Gallery: Oscars in the Covid era: Stars arrive on socially-distanced red carpet (Daily Mail)

Youn looked incredible in a chic midnight blue dress while Han dazzled in a vibrant red dress adorned with gold accents.

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Alan S. Kim, nine, who plays David Yi, looked dashing in a mini tuxedo jacket, bow tie, and fashionably mismatched socks.

The young actor arrived onto the red carpet alongside his mother, Vicky Kim, who also looked fabulous in a satin blue jumpsuit.

Minari is up for a whooping six Academy Awards this year, including Best Actor for Steven, Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Youn, and Best Director for Lee Isaac Chung.

The indie drama follows Korean immigrants scraping out a living off the land in rural America, written and directed by Lee and starring Steven.

Despite the pandemic, the red carpet was a who's who of Hollywood A-listers.

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The red carpet kicked off early on Sunday afternoon for the highly anticipated 93rd Academy Awards.

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The red carpet looked similar to how it did last year except there were far fewer people as there are social distancing restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has allowed only 170 people to attend this year rather than the normal 3,000.

This marks the first time Tinseltown's finest have assembled in over a year, for a three-hour show that co-producer Steven Soderbergh has described as being 'like a movie.'

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