8-Year-Old Alan Kim Cries Tears Of Joy During Critic's Choice Speech

8-Year-Old Alan Kim Cries Tears Of Joy During Critic's Choice Speech

It’s official. This sweet well-dressed little boy broke the internet. 8-Year-Old Alan Kim cries tears of joy during Critic’s Choice Awards speech.

The interview about winning an award at the Golden Globes opens up to Alan sitting in a plush striped chair. He looks dashing in his little suit and hair swept over to the side. But that’s not what has the internet sighing over his cuteness. It’s when he began crying tears of joy and disbelief over the award.

At one point, he questions out loud whether or not he’s dreaming and even pinches his cheeks. This bright little guy stole our hearts when he was cast to play 'David Yi,' a first-generation American-Korean living in rural Arkansas with a heart condition, in the film, 'Minari.'

His performance was outstanding and his bright attitude was further showcased when he was invited as a guest onto the Jimmy Kimel show. He got to talk about his award at the Golden Globes and also show Jimmy his new purple belt in martial arts. Jimmy throws punches in the air and swings his arms as he slyly tells Alan, “I’ve got a lot of moves,” but Alan takes it all in stride. He smiles, laughs a little, and says, “Okay, try me!”

This bright little star will continue to dazzle and shine bright for the world to see. We can’t wait to see this humble-hearted kiddo make us smile in his next movie! And for the record, could anyone look cuter wearing a bow tie? I think not!

Likewise, you who are younger, be subject to the elders. Clothe yourselves, all of you, with humility toward one another, for “God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.” 1 Peter 5:5

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