If one has to require medical attention during a live show, Jeong's show is a safe bet as the actor began his career as a real-life doctor. It was such ideal timing: "Ken just jumped from the stage to help", another audience member, Heather Holmberg, told USA Today of the incident.
"He couldn't see what was going on with the lights". An EMT in the audience also came quickly for assistance.
It was a moment where time stands still.
After that, Jeong reportedly stepped right back up on stage and continued his set and got the room laughing again. Someone was having a crisis.
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The woman regained consciousness and returned to her feet, and Jeong stayed with her until an ambulance arrived, TMZ reported. She was eventually taken to a hospital, and Ken resumed the show.
Jeong earned his undergraduate degree at Duke University before receiving a medical degree at the University of North Carolina.
Heather Holmberg was in the audience and tweeted that Jeong initially thought the crowd was heckling him when they asked for help for the unidentified woman.