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Upon joining the show, she became "the first Korean drag queen to be featured on American national television." Eventually, Kim Chi made it to the top three along with Naomi Smalls, but lost the title to Bob the Drag Queen.
During the finale, she lip synced a song specifically made for her called "Fat, Fem, & Asian", which was a commentary on negative stereotypes in the gay dating world.
In November 2016, Kim Chi released a package of Kim Chi emojis called Kimchiji.
Emojis included her catchphrases, a burrito bowl, a chicken wing, and a spanking butt.
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I celebrate all things cute, fun, weird, and exotic." Prior to joining Ru Paul's Drag Race, Kim Chi befriended and helped season seven contestant Trixie Mattel get one of her first drag jobs in Chicago, as it was difficult for Mattel to find one in her hometown of Milwaukee.
Kim Chi was one of twelve drag queens accepted for the eighth season of Ru Paul's Drag Race, which started airing March 7, 2016.