Mainstream media outlets in the U.S. have released articles that pay attention to Yuhjung Yoon's witty acceptance speech.
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Actress Yuhjung Yoon's acceptance speech at the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in the movie "Minari" drew much attention, touching Koreans, Americans, and the world.
The Los Angeles Times published an article focusing only on Yuhjung Yoon's acceptance speech, titled "Mr. Brad Pitt, finally": Yuhjung Yoon celebrates Oscar win with charm as soon as Yuhjung Yoon took the stage.
The LA Times introduced Yuhjung Yoon's greeting, who gave a smile by saying, "I finally met you," and "It's nice to meet you," saying, "My heart was full of Brad Pitt during the Academy Award last night.
In addition, the LA Times also mentioned the importance of various storytelling at the press conference that followed, including Yuhjung Yoon's accurate pronunciation of Brad Pitt's name as a winner and thanking director Isaac Jung.
Regarding the recent advance in Asian films and the expansion of Hollywood's diversity, Yuhjung Yoon stressed, "Even rainbows have seven colors. It is important to have many colors like rainbows."
"I don't want to distinguish between men and women, white, black, yellow, or gay and non-gay people," she said. "We are warm and equal people with the same heart."
"I think it's very good to understand each other," she said. "We have to embrace each other."
The Los Angeles Times was not the only mainstream media that noted the dignity of Yuhjung Yoon's acceptance speech.
The New York Times also reported that Yuhjung Yoon's Oscar acceptance speech, which contains her own bony jokes, drew attention as she published an article titled "Yuhjung Yoon has already won the hearts of Koreans long before she won the Oscar."
Video media APTN also said, "Yuhjung Yoon captivated viewers of the Oscars with her charming acceptance speech."
In fact, U.S. netizens posted a series of posts on social media that they were moved by Yuhjung Yoon's acceptance speech.
While Yuhjung Yoon was delivering her acceptance speech, Amanda Seyfried said to herself, "I love her," and a tweet was posted that she felt the same way.
When Yuhjung Yoon revealed that all five candidates were winners, Amanda Seyfried was moved to tears and muttered "I love her" on camera and broadcasted.
One Twitter user said it was an unrivaled acceptance speech, adding that her every word was lovely.
Another Twitter user wrote that Yuhjung Yoon's acceptance speech felt a great "grandmother's energy."