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Han Lee
And the Kilt Trip 05
General Information
Gender Male
Age 28 (season 1)

29 (season 2)

30 (season 3)

31 (season 4)

32 (season 5)

33 (season 6)

Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Birthday February 15, 1983
Occupation(s) Owns the Williamsburg Diner
Family & Friends
Family Su-Min Lee
- Mother

unnamed father

Friends Max Black
Caroline Channing
Employees Caroline Channing
Max Black
Other Information
Interests Smoking
Strengths Firing people
Series Information
First appearance Pilot
Portrayer Matthew Moy

Han (Bryce) Lee, (born February 15, 1984), is the owner of Williamsburg Diner, where Max Black and Caroline Channing work.


Born and raised in Korea by traditional Christian parents, Han moved to America on his own, much to the chagrin of his parents, where he opens the diner. He is mostly seen being the butt of his employees' jokes (especially Max), trying his best to drum up business for the diner (even if it means cutting corners and using suspicious ingredients), fiting in and follow the trends to be considered "cool", and on some occasions, trying to find a girlfriend.

Physical Appearance[]

Han is of Korean descent, with black hair and brown coloured eyes. His most noticeable feature is his height, which is mentioned and/or made fun of every time he appears, mostly by Max. He is usually seen wearing different coloured sweaters. He is often mistaken for a little boy, and sometimes even for a little girl.

Personality and Traits[]

In the earlier seasons, Han is portrayed as a stereotypical Asian man and the timid long-suffering owner of the diner, who has to deal with a mostly incompetent diner staff and regularly being made fun of for his small stature, his perceived homosexuality, his lack of a love life, and his ineptitude as a boss. As the show progresses, he becomes more outspoken, insulting Max (and others) back when they make fun of him, learning American slang and pop culture references, and even taking pleasure when the girls experience misfortune in their love lives or their career. Despite this, Han still comes to the aid (albeit sometimes reluctantly or being forced to) of Max and Caroline and the rest of the diner gang when they need it and even when they steal from him and the diner, he never keeps tabs or demands repayment. Whether it's out of kindness or because he is fairly well off financially and therefore doesn't feel the need to demand reimbursement from his broke employees is uncertain.

Another recurring element to his character is his cheapness, such as refusing to provide health care or better for his employees and the dodgy methods he uses in running the diner to cut costs. He buys and uses questionable ingredients that are often implied to be unsafe or illegal, and glosses over health and hygiene regulations, with critters and mold infestations often plaguing the diner.



His mother calls him regularly at the diner. When his mother visited, she mentioned that Han's father had cheated on her with another woman.


  • He changed his name to 'Bryce' in the Pilot, but this has not been mentioned again and everyone refers to him as Han.
  • His mother seems to be a "tiger mom."
  • He was once left alone at home to study while his family went on vacation.
  • His BFF is a guy named Jarmarcus, with whom he exchanged PIN numbers.
  • He was taken to a strip club by Earl.
  • He calls menstruation the time "where women chase the cotton mouse."
  • He has a ferret named Alvin.
  • He is 29 years old. Caroline, Max, and Sophie thought he was older.
  • His mother has called him twice in the diner.
  • He was mistaken for a woman, by Sophie.
  • He has a profile on Ok Cupid, which is apparently full of lies.
  • He studied Law in a Korean University. But for unknown reasons, he had to drop out.
  • He owns a handgun.
  • Han collects stickers.
  • Han is older than his actor Matthew Moy, since Han was born in 1983 & Matthew Moy was born in 1984.
  • In And the Big Hole, Han said he's metrosexual.
  • Han is right-handed.
  • He is allergic to peanuts.
  • He would say yes to anything except health care, according to Caroline.