The Internet Is Melting Over Sandra Oh Bringing Her Adorable Parents To The Emmys

Sandra Oh made history this year when she became the first Asian actor to earn an Emmy nomination for outstanding lead actress in a drama for her role as Eve Polastri in BBC America's Killing Eve. But she made history in our hearts when she brought her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oh, as her dates to the red carpet.

Oh was robbed when she lost to The Crown's Claire Foy, but the sartorial minded amongst us would argue that Oh's jaw-dropping plunging red dress, coupled with her adorable mom's traditional Korean hanbok (another first!) makes her the ultimate winner of the night.

Um, yes, Sandra Oh's mom straight up gave her daughter a kiss when the media asked her how much she loved Killing Eve. And, to be honest, Twitter could hardly handle it.

Many Korean-Americans were stoked to see the hanbok on a red carpet event. TV producer Albert Kim wrote that it was a sign Koreans had officially “arrived” in the US.

Sandra Oh told the New York Times she hoped representation at the Emmys would grow “not only… from yellow to brown, but to all our other sisters and brothers”.

Yes. Yes it does.

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