Presented by Sonoro and The Mash-Up Americans: Love & Noraebang is a podcast series that tells the story between Ana, a Mexican American entrepreneur, and Jaesun, an heir to a Korean chaebol, who unexpectedly fall in love in modern day LA. After months of innocent flirting and one passionate karaoke session later, Ana finds out that Jaesun must return to Korea for his two-year military service. As their time together is running out, they try to make the best out of it. Rooted for by their families, thwarted by mysterious threats to their businesses, separated by a whole ocean and a 16 hour time difference, they’re figuring out if they can make it work. Will their love survive the long wait — and everything else?
Born and raised in Southern California, Francia Raisa is an American actress of Honduran and Mexican descent. She is best known as a series lead on Hulu’s smash hit sitcom How I Met Your Father, and can be seen as ‘Ana Torres’ on Freeform’s Grown-ish, the Black-ish spinoff. She is also remembered for her roles in Bring It On: All Or Nothing, The Mindy Project, The Secret Life Of The American Teenager and, more recently, in Netflix’s Dear White People. In between roles, Raisa is dedicated to assisting organizations dear to her heart like Unlikely Heroes, whose mission is to provide safe homes and restoration to victims of sex trafficking worldwide.
Justin H. Min is an American actor of Korean descendance, best known for playing Ben Hargreeves on the hit Netflix series The Umbrella Academy. He recently played the title character as Colin Farrell’s robotic “child” Yang in A24’s drama After Yang directed by Kogonada. Min was recently appointed as UNICEF Ambassador where he will champion children’s rights in support of their mission to relentlessly pursue a more equitable world for every child.
Randall Park is an American actor, comedian, writer and director, best known for his roles as Louis Huang on the hit ABC series Fresh Off The Boat and Agent Jimmy Woo in the Marvel Universe. Randall also co-wrote and co-starred alongside Ali Wong in the Netflix feature, Always Be My Maybe and can be currently seen as the co-host for hybrid comedy True Story, as well as the voice of Pete the Logic Rock on Netflix’s animated comedy Human Resources. Next, Randall is set to star in Netflix’s straight-to-series workplace comedy Blockbuster, Universal’s upcoming adult comedy Strays, and will be making his directorial debut with the indie feature Shortcomings, an adaptation of the graphic novel by Adrian Tomine. Some of his work as an actor includes movies like The Disaster Artist, The Interview, Office Christmas Party, They Came Together, Sex Tape, among others, and TV shows like Bojack Horseman, The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm, House, Cold Case, CSI, and The Sarah Silverman Program.
Emily Tosta is a Dominican actress of Venezuelan descent best known for her roles as the lead opposite Nicolas Cage in the thriller, Wally’s Wonderland, the female lead of HBOMax pilot Camp Friends and the hit Freeform reboot series Party of Five. Emily has also landed guest starring roles on shows such as The Resident, Rosewood and NCIS: Los Angeles, but her big break came when she landed her role in Mayans M.C. Emily resides in Los Angeles and when she is not working, she devotes her time to philanthropic endeavors and supports causes that are important in the Latin community.