VIDEO: 'Community's Ken Jeong Talks Being Unpopular in South Korea on LENO

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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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VIDEO: 'Community's Ken Jeong Talks Being Unpopular in South Korea on LENO


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