Legendary Director Bong Joon-ho Says Sorry to Engravers for Bringing ‘Too Many’ Oscars

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History was made at the Oscars 2020 on Sunday night after four of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry, including Best Picture, was won by the cast of “Parasite” and South Korean director Bong Joon-ho.

If there is one person in the world who feels the need to apologize to trophy engravers at the Oscars for giving them more work to do, it would be the legendary director of “Parasite.”

By the end of the night, Joon-ho and the cast walked home with four Oscars for their work in “Parasite,” including Best Director, Best Foreign Language Film, Best Original Screenplay and the distinguished Best Picture award.

After the historic event, Joon-ho was seen in a video by Variety jokingly apologizing to trophy engravers for having “too many” Oscars for them to carve.

“I’m so sorry for the hard work, there’s too many,” the director gleefully said to the engravers, as he stood watching them carve his name into the awards.

The video has created a frenzy on Twitter, with many users showing their support.

Actor and mogul Simu Liu praised the director, tweeting: “Now THIS… THIS IS BIG ASIAN ENERGY.”

One commenter tweeted about the historic importance of the night, saying that Bong Joon-ho is the “2nd person in history to win 4 Oscars in one night,” the first person being Walt Disney.

The internet has been basking in the film’s glory, highlighting some of the best moments from the Academy Awards.

Other users translated their excitement and love for the director into hilarious memes.

The support that has flooded the internet after the Oscars shows the impact that representation can create.

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