Minari star Alan Kim and producer Christina Oh looked adorable on the red carpet (Picture: Getty Images)
Minari star Alan Kim has stolen everyone’s hearts as he walked – or, more accurately, danced – his way down the red carpet at the 2021 Oscars.
An actual angel!
The nine-year-old has seemingly taken his worldwide success completely in his stride after his performance as David in the Oscar nominated flick, alongside castmates Steven Yeun, Youn Yuh-jung, and Han Ye-ri.
Looking completely dapper, he rocked shorts and mismatched knee-high socks with a shirt and bow tie, and was snapped with Minari producer Christina Oh, who also looked stunning.
While going to the Oscars at the age of nine might seem like a daunting prospect, Alan has seemed completely chill, even spotted dancing down the red carpet at one point.
He’s made it clear that he’s not planning on being starstruck by anyone either as, when asked if there was anyone he was excited to see, he simply answered: ‘No, not really. I’m fine with anybody!’
Safe to say, fans couldn’t get enough of Alan’s red carpet look.
‘Is there anything that lifts my spirits like Alan S. Kim having a ball on the awards circuit?? no, there is not,’ one wrote.
‘Can alan kim win tonight don’t care which award they can make one up,’ another added, while one more said: ‘Absolutely don’t talk to me unless it’s about alan kim’s short suit.’
The pair looked incredible as they walked the red carpet (Picture: Getty Images)
Everyone is obsessed (Picture: Getty Images).
Minari is one of the most nominated films at this year’s Oscars, racking up six nods, including best picture.
Filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung is nominated for best director and best original screenplay, while Steven and Youn Yuh-jung received nods for best actor and best supporting actress.
Previously chatting to Metro.co.uk, cinematographer Lachlan Milne had high praise for the actress, who very much stole the show.
He explained: ‘She brings such a sophistication and an intelligence to her performance, because in so many ways, she’s the comic relief of the film but she does it in such a wonderfully accessible, innocent way.
‘The character on the page was funny, but it was nowhere near as funny as what YJ was able to do with it. A lot of times by not saying anything.’
Minari is up against films like Nomadland, The Father, The Trial of the Chicago 7, and Judas and the Black Messiah for best picture.
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