Talking about KDrama, of course there is a lot of Korean culture that can be learned there. Starting from language, customs, to culinary. Romance dramas also take a lot of different themes anti-mainstreamwhich is related to traditional food or cuisine in South Korea.
It’s not just the romance storyline that makes you baper, see scene Cooking it makes you hungry. What kind of dramas combine romantic and culinary elements? Come on, find out below.
1. Sweet Munchies
The love triangle story between Chef Park Jin Sung (Jung Il Woo), producer Kim Ah Jin (Kang Ji Young), and designer Kim Tae Wan (Lee Hak Joo) is presented in the drama. Sweet Munchies. This drama is suitable for those of you who like comedy romance dramas studded with culinary themes.
Park Jin Sung owns a famous bistro with a food menu that many people recognize as delicious and creative. Besides chemistry sweetness between the characters, you can also see the unique cooking technique of chef Park Jin Sung.
How he cooks, plating, and serving food to buyers. The results of the cooking are not kidding. Makes your stomach growl even if you just watch the drama!
2. Oh My Ghost
After being possessed by a virgin ghost, Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young), an awkward kitchen assistant who is now always in conflict with her boss, Kang Sun Woo (Jo Jung Suk). This is the beginning of the blossoming of love between them.
Set in the kitchen, of course there are many scenes that show the cooking process as well as serving hot and tempting food. Chef Sun Woo also gives a lot of tips and helps his employees with culinary arts. One of the iconic menus of this drama is Na Bong Sun’s signature ginger chicken porridge which looks so delicious.
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3. Dae Jang Geum Is Watching
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Apart from romance, this culinary drama also focuses on the lives of three brothers and their love of food. Each of them inherited different abilities from their ancestors.
Han San Hae (Shin Dong Wook) is blessed with an extraordinary sense of taste. His younger sister, Jin Mi (Lee Yeol Eum) is gifted with a sense of smell. Meanwhile, their younger brother, Jung Shik (Kim Hyun Joon) has excellent cooking skills and has successfully opened a personal YouTube channel.
4. How Are You Bread
EXO-L move closer. This KDrama stars Suho EXO who plays the character Han Do Woo, a talented baker who always refuses offers scriptwriter Noh Mi Rae (Lee Se Young) who wants her to appear in the competition baking.
This drama will show many scenes of EXO’s Suho baking cakes, plus a sprinkling of a sweet love story between Do Woo and Mi Rae. After watching this, so cravings bread and sweets. Come on, hurry up and watch!
A man who once dreamed of becoming a chef, ends up becoming a neurosurgeon. Back when he was young, he had met Moon Cha Young (Ha Ji Won) at a small restaurant.
That’s when Lee Kang (Yoon Kye Sang) cooks and serves it in front of Cha Young. It was this food that inspired Moon Cha Young to become a famous chef. Years later, the two of them meet again with wounds and different personalities. Will Lee Kang be able to achieve his dream when he was young?
Anyway, if you watch the drama above, get ready to be hungry in the middle of the night. Scene the food makes me ringing, deh. Plusthe romance story that always succeeds in making you baper makes the five dramas above you must watch.
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