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The Netflix sitcom "So Not Worth It" (starting on June 18) is gaining attention for its multi-cultural cast.

"So Not Worth It" tells the stories of international students mix together inside a colorful college dormitory in Korea. These eight students come from Korea, the U.S., Australia, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, and Sweden.

After Terris Brown (acting as Terris) and Carson Allen (acting as Carson), we are looking at Joakim Sorensen acting as Hans from Sweden. He is a "Confucian boy" who is strict about the rules for others but not that much for him. He is an annoying character among his dormmates.

Find Out About Joakim Sorensen Acting Hans In "So Not Worth It"

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Joakim (Joakim Sorensen (official Netflix name), Sorensen Joakim Bjorn (full name), active in Korea under the Korean version of his first name 요아킴 (Yoakim)) is from Sweden. He was born in May 23, 1991. He has an undergraduate degree in Software Engineering (Linköping University).

Find Out About Joakim Sorensen Acting Hans In "So Not Worth It"

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He is active in Korea as a TV personality. Joakim was a regular cast of the TV show "Love of 7.7 Billion" where people from across the globe share their opinions on love and marriage. He appeared in other TV shows too.

Find Out About Joakim Sorensen Acting Hans In "So Not Worth It"

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Find Out About Joakim Sorensen Acting Hans In "So Not Worth It"

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Find Out About Joakim Sorensen Acting Hans In "So Not Worth It"

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He has been active in Korea-Sweden relations. He was invited to the Blue House at the official dinner by South Korea's president Moon JaeIn in honour of Sweden's prime minister Stefan Löfven. ⁣Also, he was appointed as the online honorary ambassador for the "Republic of Korea, Let's Be Safe" campaign and as a global ambassador of the U.N.-Habitat Korean National Committee.

 

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He was interviewed about foreigners' life in Korea amid COVID-19 for "The Korea Times". If you are interested, find some part of it below.

Joakim has been living in Korea for around 9 years. He can speak Swedish, Korean, English, and Japanese.

You can follow him on his Instagram @yoakim0202. He likes to post funny pictures.

 

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Joakim is debuting in acting with "So Not Worth It". Are you also looking forward to the drama and its characters?

 

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