The Arrival of Albert Han in Los Angeles
In a tale of twists and turns, Albert Han's journey unfolds as he unexpectedly arrives in Los Angeles from Korea in season 3 of 9-1-1, seeking refuge with his half-brother Chimney. The dynamics between the brothers are tested as unresolved family tensions surface, leading to a rollercoaster of emotions and revelations.
Albert Han (John Harlan Kim) talking to the firemen in 911.
Albert's presence disrupts the equilibrium in Chimney's life, sparking jealousy and introspection in the older brother. As Albert gradually integrates into the LAFD community, his character evolves from a minor figure to a central player, forging his path amidst the challenges of adapting to a new culture and profession.
Albert Han (John Harlan Kim) wearing a fireman's uniform and smiling in 911.
Albert's Evolution as a Firefighter and Individual
Season 4 marks a significant turning point for Albert as he transitions from a supporting character to a firefighter, following in Chimney's footsteps. The narrative delves into Albert's resilience and determination as he faces personal setbacks and professional milestones, culminating in a life-altering car crash that tests his resolve and commitment to his newfound career.
Albert Han (John Harlan Kim) wearing a full fireman's outfit in 911.
Amidst the trials and triumphs, Albert grapples with existential questions and societal expectations, prompting a soul-searching journey that challenges his identity and aspirations. The complexities of brotherhood and self-discovery are intricately woven into Albert's narrative, showcasing the depth of his character and the intricacies of his relationships within the 9-1-1 universe.
Chimney (Kenneth Choi) sitting at Albert Han's (John Harlan Kim) bedside while Albert's in a coma in 911.
A Crossroads and New Horizons for Albert
Season 5 finds Albert at a crossroads, questioning his path as a firefighter and pondering alternative career avenues. The tumultuous events and personal revelations propel Albert towards a reevaluation of his goals and values, leading to poignant moments of growth and introspection with Chimney.
Albert Han (John Harlan Kim) laying his head on his hand in, looking upset in 911.
As Albert contemplates his future and explores diverse career possibilities, his resilience and adaptability shine through, showcasing a character in transition and transformation. The narrative arc of season 5 sets the stage for Albert's departure from the firefighting realm and opens doors to new horizons and endeavors, hinting at a rich and diverse tapestry of experiences awaiting him beyond the familiar confines of Los Angeles.
Albert Han (John Harlan Kim) without a shirt in 911.