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Vince Chung is a very popular Asian student at Pearl Bailey High School.
In "Escape from Pearl Bailey", he is seen in the school election portrayed as a Christian weightlifter.
He made a brief appearance in "1600 Candles", as one of the bullies that gave Steve a swirlie.
He has a crowd scene cameo in "100 A.D.".
In "License to Till", Steve becomes popular, and when an unnamed popular student knocks Steve's glasses off and a lense falls out. Vince then goes into a long speech about over the summer they would have become such good friends that he would have told him his darkest secret.
Vince and a group of tough-looking guys play dodgeball against Steve and his friends in "The Scarlett Getter". After Vince and his group knock out everyone but Steve, Steve manages to catch the ball and knock out Vince and the group due to wearing Hayley's lucky panties.
Vince plays basketball while Roger and Stan continue their wrestling match in "The Wrestler".
In "Adventures in Hayleysitting", he is revealed to live at 212 Sherborne where he is mentioned as throwing a wild party.
Vince and Mertz give Steve and Snot swirlies in the bathroom in "Steve and Snot's Test-Tubular Adventure". After they declare them gay, Vince and Mertz proceed to kiss. Vince can also be seen in the cafeteria in "Scents and Sensei-bility" and at the theater in "Seizures Suit Stanny".
He appears on the bus to Raging Waters in "The Life Aquatic With Steve Smith", shares a kiss at Nationals Park in "Kiss Kiss, Cam Cam", walks the campus of American University in "The Devil Wears a Lapel Pin", and attends Mertz' party for the cool kids in "The Unincludeds".
Vince Chung is voiced by John Cho.