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31 Best Food Korean Drama Series to Watch

31 Best Food Korean Drama Series to Watch: Check Them Out!
31 Best Food Korean Drama Series

Food is love, and so are the Food Korean drama series. The love for food and several drool-worthy tastes and flavors is the strongest kind of force on this whole planet. Like, who doesn’t like exploring every corridor of food cuisine? Everyone is weak for some kind of food, and they can trade anything for having a bite of them.

Food is your permanent partner through everything. Happy? Celebrate with food, stressed? Do stress eating, sad? Cheer up with your favorite food, angry? Let the food do its magic. It is simply like a hundred problems one solution.

Best Food Korean Drama Series to Watch

Food in South Korean dramas is one of the most alluring sights. It is no doubt that Korean cuisines have always been attractive and damn tasty. Therefore, several TV networks decided to portray the genre of food in their television dramas.

Now, Korean cuisines are popular globally, and all the credit goes to the Korean dramas that are doing a great job in highlighting the heavenly magic and taste of the traditional food. Well, here we have picked the best South Korean drama based on the genre of food that should be definitely on your watchlist.

Chocolate:

When we say that foods can be the most powerful motivation for anyone out there, then we absolutely mean that. The JTBC network food Korean drama series tells us the story of two people who are pursuing their lives, but the food is the weapon that brings them together. We see a man who aspires to becomes a cook but is stuck in his life as a neurosurgeon and a woman who becomes a cook because of the man. Well, this sounds more than just intriguing, and you should definitely have it on your watchlist.

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Chocolate

  • Starring: Yoon Kye-sang as Lee Kang, Ha Ji-won as Moon Cha-yeong, Jang Seung-jo as Lee Joon, Teo Yoo as Kwon Min-seong, and Min Jin-woong as Moon Tae-hyun.
  • Director: Lee Hyung-min.
  • Premiere Period: November 29, 2019, to January 18, 2020.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Jewel In The Palace:

An MBC food Korean drama series that became quite popular with its unique plot and cast performance. It ranked as one of the tenth highest-rated Korean dramas of all time and was globally recognized, earning US$103.4 million worldwide. The story is set in the era of the Joseon Dynasty, and we see our main character as an orphaned kitchen cook who wants to become the king’s first female physician. She has this keen interest in cooking, and that has driven her to learn all the interesting secrets of Korean cooking and medicine to help the King out of various ailments.

The series portrays and highlights Korean culture, including Korean royal court cuisine and traditional medicine.

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Jewel In The Palace

  • Starred: Lee Young-ae as Seo Jang-geum, Ji Jin-hee as Min Jeong-ho, Hong Ri-na as Choi Geum-young, Im Ho as King Jungjong, and Yang Mi-kyung as Han Baek-young.
  • Director: Lee Byung-hyun.
  • Premiere Period: September 15, 2003, to March 23 2004.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 54 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

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Oh My Ghost:

The main theme of the drama is indeed fantasy but food has its own ways. We see Na Bong Sun as an assistant chef alongside chef Kang Sun Woo. Bong Sun is possessed by a ghost who is crazy with lust and never leaves a chance to throw some sweet remarks on the chef. Though things turn appreciative with time, and we see the story unfolding in many ways.

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Oh My Ghost

  • Starred: Park Bo Young as Na Bong Sun, Cho Jung Seok as Kang Sun Woo, and Kim Seul Gi as Shin Soon Ae.
  • Director: Yoo Je-won.
  • Premiere Period: July 3 to August 22 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

My Name Is Kim Sam Soon:

Based on an internet novel by the same name written by Ji Soo-hyun “My Name is Kim Sam Soon” is an MBC series portraying the genres of romance, comedy, and drama. It is one of the highest-rated Korean dramas of all time and has also bagged numerous awards like the Baeksang Arts Awards Grand Prize for TV, and at the MBC Drama Awards, it bagged the Grand Prize for Kim Sun-ah. For the plot, we see Kim Sam Soon in the role of a heartbroken pastry chef who has a habit of stress eating.

She meets a hotel heir Hyun Jin Hun who somehow convinces her to work as a pâtissier in his French restaurant. Later, the story turns both sweet and salty, and we see both of our main leads working together and reaching new heights.

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My Name is Kim Sam Soon

  • Starring: Kim Sun Ah as Kim Sam Soon and Hyun Bin as Hyun Jin Hun.
  • Director: Kim Yoon-cheol.
  • Premiere Period: June 1 to July 21, 2005.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Weightlifting fairy Kim Bok Joo:

It is seen as a coming-of-age sports drama that follows the lead who is aspiring to become an athlete and bag medals. However, in the midst of all the sports and gyms, there are so many delicious food scenes that are absolutely drool-worthy. The whole crew has made all the audience of the show crave for all the Korean cuisines such as store sausages, samgyupsal, odeng, and the great Korean fried chicken.

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Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

  • Starring: Lee Sung-Kyung as Kim Bok joo, Nam Joo-Hyuk as Jung Joon Hyung, Lee Jae-Yoon as Jung Jae-Yi.
  • Director: Oh Hyun-jong.
  • Premiere Period: November 16, 2016, to January 11, 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

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Let’s Eat:

All the three seasons of the show are loved hugely by its audience as well as by the critics. The show narrates the story of a bunch of people living different lives, but food acts as a center point for them. We see Koo Dae Young as he moves to a different neighborhood and meets people out there who are greatly in love with food. Once you start this food Korean drama series you are just going to run to your kitchen and eat everything you can.

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Let’s Eat

  • Starring: Lee Soo-kyung as Lee So-kyung, Yoon Doo-joon as Goo Fae-young, Yoon So-hee as Yoon Jin-yi, and Shim Hyung-tak as Kim Hak-moon.
  • Director: Park Joon-hwa, ImSe-bin, Im Young-jin, Kim Bo-yeon, Seo Min-jung, Kim Gye-young, Park Min-hyun, Choi Min-sun, and Kim Se-hee.
  • Premiere Period: November 28, 2013, to March 13, 2014.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 54 minutes each.

Flower Boy Ramen Shop:

Flower Boy Ramen Shop is just equal to Ramen. Once you dive in the show, you are definitely going to run to a general store and buy a whole bunch of Ramen packets. The tvN show follows the lead artist Yang Eun Bi who is drowned in the preparation of her civil service exam aspiring a dream to become a high school teacher. She accidentally crosses paths with the song of the biggest food conglomerate in Korea. Their story grows in several layers, and we see both of them fighting a sea of emotions while slurping hot and tasty ramen.

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Flower Boy Ramen Shop

  • Starring: Jung ll-woo as Cha Chi-soo, Lee Chung-ah as Yang Eun-bi, Lee Ki-woo as Choi Kang-hyuk, Park Min-woo as Kim Ba-wool, and Cho Yoon-woo as Woo Hyun-woo.
  • Director: Jung Jung-hwa.
  • Premiere Period: October 31 to December 20, 2011.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 48 minutes each.

Wok Of Love:

A story that will not let you blink even for a minute. Once you are in you are getting out before completing the whole season in one go. The plot of the show follows the main lead Soo Poong who is a chef at a Chinese restaurant determined to gain his dignity back. His wife cheated on him with the CEO of the hotel he used to work for. Now, his nerves are ticking with revenge and he is all set to snatch away all the hotel’s customers with his amazing droll worthy meals.

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Wok Of Love

  • Starring: Lee Joon Ho as Seo Poong, Cha Joo Young as Seok Dal Hee, and Kim Sa Kwon as Yong Seung-Ryong.
  • Director: Park Seon-ho.
  • Premiere Period: May 7 to July 17, 2018.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 38 with a running time of 35 minutes each.

Pasta:

The workplace romantic comedy tells you how pasta can be your favorite meal and also make syou aware of the much-needed woman empowerment. Having worked for three years in an Italian restaurant Seo Yoo Kyung is on the brink of becoming an assistant pasta chef. Though, the path is never smooth. Her boss is replaced with a new one who absolutely despises the idea of a woman in the kitchen. Thus, he becomes hell-bent on removing all the female chefs in the restaurant. Well, isn’t this exciting?

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Pasta

  • Starring: Gong Hyo Jin as Seo Yoo Kyung and Lee Sun Kyun as Choi Hyun Wook.
  • Director: Kwon Seok-jang.
  • Premiere Period: January 4 to March 9, 2010.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Kim Of Baking, Kim Tak Goo:

Food and the love of food are the two strongest forces in this world. Also referred to as “Bread, Love, and Dreams” is a KBS2 drama telling us the story of a young dedicated baker who is fighting over several situations in order to achieve his goal of becoming the best baker in Korea. The story is set in the time period between the 1970s to 1990s.

This food Korean drama series was one of the most-watched shows in South Korea in the year 2010. It was also titled the 25th highest-rated drama of all time.

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King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo

  • Starring: Yoon Shi-yoon as Kim Tak-gu, Eugene as Shin Yoo-kyung, Joo Won as Gu Ma-jun, and Lee Young-ah as Yang Mi-sun.
  • Director: Lee Jung-sub.
  • Premiere Period: June 9 to September 16, 2010.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 30 with a running period of 60 minutes each.

Panda and Hedgehog:

Also known as “Miss Panda and Mr. Hedgehog” narrates a story about Go Seung-Ji, who is an amazing pâtissier always wearing his mask of cold and tough look, and from inside, he is a big softie with a kind and understanding nature. And, then we encounter with Pan Da-yang an optimistic café owner with a completely different personality. Well, the two of them are off on a journey that is going to have many twists and turns.

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Panda and Hedgehog

  • Starring: Lee Donghae as Go Seung-ji, Yoon Seung-ah as Pan Da-yang, Choi Jin-hyuk as Choi Won-li, Yoo So-young as Kam Eun-bi, and Lee Moon-hee as Park Mi-hyang.
  • Director: Lee Min-cheol.
  • Premiere Period: August 18 to October 7, 2012.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running period of 60 minutes each.

Legendary Witch:

The MBC drama portrays the genres of food, romance, drama, and family. It is also referred to as “Witches of Legend”, “Legend of the Witch”, “Legendary Women”, and “The Witches Coven”. The plot of the show narrates the story of an orphan woman Moon Soo-in who is married to the eldest son of the chaebol family. After his death, his family accuses Soo-in of illegal business practices which she never commits and somehow ends up in jail. There she meets other three innocent women who are serving for crimes they never commit.

As time passes, the four of them forms an unbreakable bond and join the baking classes under the prison’s vocational training center that is volunteered by a hotel chef who is also a widower. One thing leads to another, and the chef falls for Soo-in.

After being released from prison, the four women open a bakery together, but the path still holds up many obstacles.

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Legendary Witches

  • Starring: Han Ji-hye as Moon Soo-in, Ha Seok-jin as Nam Woo-seok, Go Doo-shim as Shim Bok-nyeo, Oh Hyun-kyung as Son Poong-geum, and Ha Yeon-soo as Seo Mi-oh.
  • Director: Joo Sung-woo.
  • Premiere Period: October 25, 2014, to March 8, 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 40 with a running time of 1 hour 4 minutes each.

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I Order You:

Portraying the genre of romance and comedy, the SBS Plus show is one of the popular ones on the list. The plot of the show revolves around Yeo Gook-dae, who is a well-known chef but with some traumatic past experience. He is heartbroken as his bride leaves him alone on the aisle on the day of their wedding.

He crosses paths with Park Song-ah and eventually starts to develop a feeling for her, but things never stay smooth. This new blooming relationship opens many secrets of the past too.

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I Order You

  • Starring: Jung Yun-ho as Yeo gook-dae and Kim Ga-eun as Park Song-ah.
  • Director: Ahn Gil-ho.
  • Premiere Period: July 6 to July 30, 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 20 minutes each.

Drinking Solo:

A tvN drama featuring the genres of romance, comedy, drama, and of course, food. The plot of the drama revolves around many aspects of someone’s daily life, including teachers, students, staffs of a private institution that prepares students for civil service examination around the area of Seoul’s Noryangjin.

The main character of the story falls for Park Ha-na, and together, they overcome many obstacles in their life. Also, the food scenes of the drama are absolutely drool-worthy.

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Drinking Solo

  • Starring: Ha Seok-jin as Jin Hung Suk and Park ha-sun as Park Ha-na.
  • Director: Choi Kyu-shik and Jung Hyung-gun.
  • Premiere Period: September 5 to October 25 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Warm and Cozy:

Also known as “Warm and Mild” and “Agreeably Warm” the MBC drama portrays the genres of romance and comedy. The plot of the story revolves around the tiresome life of Lee Jung-joo, who is hardworking and dedicated towards everything she does. But things never go ger way, she gets fired from her job at the clothing company in Seoul, for which she was working for seven years. She is frustrated with everything and reluctantly moves to Jeju Island to start a new life.

There she encounters with a “Warm and Cozy” restaurant chef and owner. They go through a series of misunderstandings with each other’s identities. But despite the differences, they still manage to fall for each other.

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Warm and Cozy

  • Starring: Kang So-ra as Lee Jung-joo and Yoo Yeeon-seok as Baek Gun-woo.
  • Director: Park Hong-kyun and Hong Jung-eun.
  • Premiere Period: May 13 to July 2 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 70 minutes each.

Bread, Love, and Dreams:

Food and the love of food are the two strongest forces in this world. Also referred to as “King of Baking, Kim Tak-goo” is a KBS2 drama telling us the story of a young dedicated baker who is fighting over several situations in order to achieve his goal of becoming the best baker in Korea. The story is set in the time period between the 1970s to 1990s.

This food Korean drama series was one of the most-watched shows in South Korea in the year 2010. It was also titled the 25th highest-rated drama of all time.

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Bread Love and Dreams

  • Starring: Yoon Shi-yoon as Kim Tak-gu, Eugene as Shin Yoo-kyung, Joo Won as Gu Ma-jun, and Lee Young-ah as Yang Mi-sun.
  • Director: Lee Jung-sub.
  • Premiere Period: June 9 to September 16, 2010.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 30 with a running period of 60 minutes each.

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My Lovely Sam Soon:

Portraying the genres of romance, comedy, and drama, the MBC series is based on an internet novel by the same name written by Ji Soo-hyun “My Name is Kim Sam Soon”. For the plot, we see Kim Sam Soon in the role of a heartbroken pastry chef who has a habit of stress eating.

She meets a hotel heir Hyun Jin Hun who somehow convinces her to work as a pâtissier in his French restaurant. Later, the story turns both sweet and salty, and we see both of our main leads working together and reaching new heights.

It is regarded as one of the highest-rated Korean dramas of all time and has also bagged numerous awards like the Baeksang Arts Awards Grand Prize for TV and the Grand Prize at the MBC Drama Awards for Kim Sun-ah.

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My Lovely Sam Soon

  • Starring: Kim Sun Ah as Kim Sam Soon and Hyun Bin as Hyun Jin Hun.
  • Director: Kim Yoon-cheol.
  • Premiere Period: June 1 to July 21, 2005.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Late Night Restaurant:

Based on the manga Shinya Shokudo by Yaro Abe, the SBS drama portrays the genres of mystery, slice of life, and of course food. The plot of the show narrates the story of a mysterious restaurant that opens at midnight until seven in the morning. The owner of the café is only referred to as “Master” and no one knows about his real name or his other identities. There is no fixed menu, and they take orders from the customer and cook up whatever they demand.

So, are you ready to find out more about this mysterious restaurant?

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Late Night Restaurant

  • Starring: Kim Seung-woo as master, Choi Jae-sung as Ryu, Nam Te-hyun as Min-woo, Jung Han-hun as Mr.Kim.
  • Director: Hwang In-roe.
  • Premiere Period: July 4 to September 5, 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 with a running time of 30 minutes each.

Immortal Classic:

The Channel A drama portraying the genres of food, friendship, business, comedy, romance, drama, and family. The drama tells us the story of a cooking competition between two families. Among them, one is known for running a family restaurant, and the other is the acknowledged master chefs. The food Korean drama series give you a fair share of relationships, misunderstandings, forgiveness that are experienced by all the four generations of the families.

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Immortal Classics

  • Starring: Han Jae-sik as Kim Sung-joon, Park Sun-young as Hwang Geum-hee, Ko Du-shim as Park Ge-hyang, Lim Ye-jin as Kang San-hae, Choi Jong-hwan as Kim Hyun-myung
  • Director: Jang Hyung-ll and Kim Sang-Rae.
  • Premiere Period: March 17 to May 20 2012.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 with a running time of 1 hour 5 minutes each.

Choco Bank:

Choco Bank is a web drama portraying the genres of comedy, romance, and business. The story of the show follows a college graduate named Kim Eun-haeng who is going to start working soon. Though, working for the first time comes with its own share of difficulties. He goes through all of them and struggles to keep things in line. He remains unemployed for five years and then meets a girl who is looking forward to starting a business. As the story progresses, we see both of them finding their own place in the financial service industry.

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Choco Bank

  • Starring: Kim Jong-in as Kim Eun-haeng and Park Eun-bin as Ha Cho-co.
  • Director: Kim Yun-ji.
  • Premiere Period: February 15 to February 21, 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 6 with a running time of 14 minutes each.

Coffee Prince:

Based on the novel by Lee Sun-mi titled “The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince” the MBC drama features the genres of romance, comedy, and drama. The plot of the drama revolves around a tomboy woman Eun-chan who dresses like a man so that she can get work and is hired by the grandson of chainman Bang of Dogng-in foods company which is thriving in coffee. He is a careless man and heartbroken too. Therefore, he hires her unknown to her real gender and pretends to be gay in order to avoid all the blind dates set by his grandmother.

Though, his grandmother doesn’t give up and gives him a warning. To prove himself capable, he gets to an old coffee shop named “Coffee Prince”. And, he hires Eun-chan too, still unknown to her gender. Soon, things start to blossom between them, which leads to him questioning his sexuality. The story takes many twists and turns and forms many layers later.

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Coffee Prince

  • Starring: Yoon Eun-hye as Go Eun-chan, Gong Yoo as Choi Han-kyul, Lee Sun-kyun as Choi Han-sung, and Chae Jung-an.
  • Director: Lee Yoon-jung.
  • Premiere Period: July 2 to August 28 2007.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 17 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Feast of the Gods:

The MBC series features the genres of melodrama, romance, comedy, and food. Its plot is about two girls who switched their identities and later became chef rivals of the traditional royal cuisines. Their past, their lovers, and their tangles identities serve as the perfect ingredients for the tragic and triumphant drama. It portrays the value of truth and integrity in a room filled with lies and corruption.

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Feast of the God

  • Starring: Sung Yu-ri as Go Joon-young, Seo Hyun-jin as Ha In-joo, Joo Sang-wook as Choi Jae-ha, Lee Sang-woo as Kim Do-yoon, Jeon In-hwa as Sung Do-hee.
  • Director: Lee Dong-yoon.
  • Premiere Period: February 4 to March 20 2012.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 32 with a running time of 1 hour 5 minutes each.

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Fermentation Family:

The JTBC drama revolves around the genres of romance and comedy. The show tells us the story of two sisters who are made sudden owners of their Kimchi restaurant that was previously handled by their father. They do everything to keep the business going, but the path is never smooth. They get a helping hand from an orphan man with a troubled past. Together they work effectively and focus on their individual goals while sharing every burden and good food.

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Fermentation Family

  • Starring: Park Jin-hee as Lee Kang-san, Lee Min-young as Lee Woo-joo, Song ll-gook as Ki Ho-tae.
  • Director: Park Chan-hong.
  • Premiere Period: December 7, 2011, to February 23 2012.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 24 with a running time of 70 minutes each.

Hot and Sweet:

A South Korean drama series featuring the genres of food, comedy, and romance. The story revolves around the relationship between a beautiful food truck owner and a pretty mysterious lady.

Well, you need to watch it for finding out more.

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Hot and Sweet

  • Starring: Choi Min Hwan as Min Jun and Yuna as Joon Yeong.
  • Director: Kwak Bong-chul.
  • Premiere Period: October 20 to November 1 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 8 with a running time of 13 minutes each.

The Master of Revenge:

The KBS2 drama features the genre of revenge and is based on “God of Noodles” by Park In-kwon. The story of the series is real simple yet intriguing. It revolves around a man whose everything was snatched away from him and now he seeks nothing but revenge. But for doing so, he needs to do his best for becoming a master noodle cook i.e., a God of Noodles.

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The Master of Revenge

  • Starring: Chun Jung-myung as Moo Myung-yi, Cho Jae-hyun as Kim Gil-do, Jeong Yoo-mi as Chae Yeo-jyung, and Lee Sang-yeob as Park Tae-hae.
  • Director: Kim Jong-yeon.
  • Premiere Period: April 27 to June 30 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

The Cravings:

A South Korean drama featuring the genres of food and cooking. The plot of the drama narrates a story about a single woman who just happens to get out of a long-term relationship. She is working a troublesome job and is in a dilemma on whether she should start seeing someone else or not. She loves cooking and always finds encouragement in the same that she can do this. Though, one text from her ex turns things upside down again.

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The Craving

  • Starring: Park Hee Bon as Je Gal Jae Yeong, Choi Phillip as Choi Pil soon, Hong Wan Pyo as Hong Wan Pyo.
  • Director: Lee Byeong-heon, Lee Rang, Park Hyeon-jin, Park Jae-min, Yoon Seong-ho.
  • Premiere Period: November 17, 2013.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 6 with a running time of 10 minutes each.

Eating Existence:

A South Korean drama revolving around the genres of comedy, romance, and life. The plot of the show narrates a story about Yoo Yang who is working in customer service, trying her best to make it through every day of her life.

She takes a great interest in food and loves to try varieties of the same. She meets Park Byeong, and things start taking new turns and twists.

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Eating Existence

  • Starring: Ahn Young Mi as Yoo Yang and Noh Min Woo as Park Byeong.
  • Director: Lee Chul Ha.
  • Premiere Period: November 12 2015 to January 14 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 10 with a running time of 8 minutes each.

Golden Pouch:

An MBC series portraying the genres of family and drama. The story of the series is fixed around a successful doctor Han Seok-hoon who returns back to South Korea with a mission to find his real parents. Though, he gets into an accident on his wedding day and loses his memories, and starts considering the parents of an aspiring TV producer to be his real parents. They let him stay with them while he recovers from his grave injuries.

The story develops many layers, and Seok-hoon goes through many new experiences.

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Golden Pouch

  • Starring: Kim Ji-han as Han Seok-hoon and Ryu Hyo-young as Geum Seol-hwa.
  • Director: Kim Dae-jin.
  • Premiere Period: November 14, 2016, to June 1, 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 122 with a running time of 30 minutes each.

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Delicious Love:

Revolving around the genres of food, comedy, romance, and youth “Delicious Love” is a story about teen romance. The plot of the story narrates the story of a chef who is the finest with his skills in the eyes of everyone, but he is not perfect everywhere, for example in love. But he still falls for love at first sight when she crosses paths with a girl who eats everything.

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Delicious Love

  • Starring: Gongchan as Park Sung Jun, Moon Ga Young as Park Su Jin, Kim Yoo Mi as Kang Yu Na, and Kim Hee Jung as Han Jun hee.
  • Director: Lee Gyeong Seok.
  • Premiere Period: November 5 to November 10 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 3 with a running time of 30 minutes each.

Gourmet:

An SBS South Korean television series revolving around the genres of romance, drama, and cooking. It has been adapted from a popular manhwa “Sikgaek” by Hun Young-man. The plot of the story tells you the story about the rivalry between two hansik chefs as one of them is looking for the best ingredients while travelling around the nation.

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Gourmet: Kim Rae-won

  • Starring: Kim Roe-won as Lee Sung-chan, Kwon Oh-joong as Oh Bong-joo, Nam Sang-mi as Kim Jin-soo, Kim So-yeon as Yoon Joo-hee, Won Ki-joon as Gong Min-woo, and Choi Bool-am as Oh Seung-geun.
  • Director: Choi Jong-soo.
  • Premiere Period: June 17 to September 9, 2008.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 24 with a running time of 1 hour 15 minutes each.

Cheers to Me:

A food Korean Drama Series revolving around the genres of food and life. The plot of the story is fixed around a single woman who loves cooking and dining alone in the evenings. She is an editor and has been working at a publishing house for the past ten years. While Lee Jae Yoon works in the marketing department of the same company. Their relationship has many layers, and both of them are brought closer through their different approaches towards food.

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Cheers to me

  • Starring: Lee Jae-yoon as Lee Jae Yoon and Yoon Jin Seo as Ra Yeo Joo.
  • Director: Lim Eun.
  • Premiere Period: December 10 2015 to January 7 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 10 with a running time of 25 minutes each.

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