Oh re­flects on Golden Globe

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PASADENA, Calif. — Now that she’s had a few weeks to re­flect on her ex­pe­ri­ence as a Golden Globes host and win­ner, ac­tress San­dra Oh re­al­izes even more what it meant to Kore­ans and im­mi­grants.

The “Killing Eve” star said she has had sev­eral young people ap­proach her to say how much the mo­ment meant to them. Oh, who co-hosted the Globes with Andy Sam­berg, thanked her par­ents in Korean when she won best ac­tress for the BBC Amer­ica series.

“The sig­nif­i­cance of these wins are not lost on me at all,” Oh said. “I didn’t want to waste a mo­ment and not be com­pletely there.”

Dur­ing the af­ter-par­ties, “I didn’t need one drop of al­co­hol be­cause I was so high,” she said.

Oh turns next to the sec­ond sea­son of “Killing Eve,” which be­gins air­ing on April 7. BBC Amer­ica says that dur­ing its de­but sea­son, “Killing Eve” was the first pro­gram in many years where ev­ery episode reached a larger au­di­ence than the one be­fore.

San­dra Oh

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