ATR 30 – July 5, 2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 –

carmen van kerckhove, sung kang, jeffrey chyau, jen chau, michael kangThis is a special bonus episode of Addicted to Race in which Jen and Carmen interview the director and two stars of the new film, The Motel. Specifically, we’re talking to Michael Kang, the director, Jeffrey Chyau who plays the main character Ernest, and Sung Kang, who plays Sam Kim. You’ve seen Sung Kang in Better Luck Tomorrow and he’s also currently starring as Han in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. You can watch a trailer of The Motel here.

The Motel is playing until July 11th at Film Forum on 209 West Houston Street in New York City. BOX OFFICE: 212.727.8110. After that, it opens in Los Angeles.

Addicted to Race is about to turn one! We’re planning a Special Birthday Episode on Monday, July 24th. It’ll include a bit of a walk down memory lane, so if you’d like to write in with your favorite moments from past episodes, please email us at Also, we encourage you to record a happy birthday message to us by calling 206- 203-3983 and leaving us a voicemail. Thanks for your continuing support!

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Duration – 42:38
File Size – 19.6 MB
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4 thoughts on “ATR 30 – July 5, 2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 –”

  1. Awesome interview, great questions and answers. Everything they said was on point and I agree that we need to see some major changes in the way we’re portrayed. The indie route seems the way to go. I hope to see a lot more great work from your guests. Good luck to them, you, and I wish you all continued success.

  2. I think that the actors were interview very nice and a good intresting way were both the interviewers and the guest hade a good time
    i did agree with some of what sung said about the table supporting asian americans and how they were represented with another race…. i also agree with mike when he said that sung is a handsome ,tall,sexy guy because he is…..i have a good time and i hope they keep it up…

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