VIDEO: 'Community's Ken Jeong Talks Being Unpopular in South Korea on LENO
NBC's "Community" star Ken Jeong stopped by last night's TONIGHT SHOW WITH Jay Leno and talked about visiting South Korea for a movie premiere and finding out that no one there really likes him. Later, Jeong explains how he once had to use his medical background to help someone on a plane. Check out clips from the appearance below!
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