Constance Wu
"Fresh Off the Boat" star Constance Wu wore a soft romantic ruffled Marchesa gown styled with Le Vian diamond earrings and ring. John Sciulli/Getty Images

Following his co-star Constance Wu’s extremely negative reaction to the renewal of “Fresh Off the Boat” last month, Randall Park is clearing the air about Wu’s comments.

Per People, Park was a guest on Variety’s “The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin” podcast when the subject of Wu’s tweets came up. In these tweets, the “Crazy Rich Asians” star had a surprisingly negative reaction to the news of the ABC show’s renewal for a sixth season, saying that the announcement was not good news to the bafflement of her fans and that she was “literally crying.”

Wu apologized for the comments a day later, saying that her reaction was due the renewal forcing her to withdraw from an intense passion project. Said project would have required an intense commitment on her part as she would have played a heroin addict.

Park said that he completely understood Wu’s initial frustration, as all involved with the show expected the fifth season to be the last.

“I thought that last [season] would be our last one,” Park said. “Because literally the season finale was a bookend to the pilot. So, I think everyone kind of thought that and we weren’t sure if we’d keep going.”

Park went on to say that he himself had also looked at a number of potential future projects, believing his time on “Fresh Off the Boat” to be done. Now, he is also not able to pursue those possibilities, but he sounds perfectly content with the notion.

“But it’s great. There’s a lot more stories to tell,” Park said. “All I ever wanted was a job and a regular job and to work with great people.”

Park can currently be seen in the Netflix original romantic comedy “Always Be My Maybe” with Ali Wong. The film is from director Nahnatchka Khan, co-creator of “Fresh Off the Boat.”