Korean Dramas That Can Propel You to Have Food
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Korean Dramas That Can Propel You to Have Food

The therapeutic series "Dinner Mate" is based on the webtoon.

Korean Dramas That Can Propel You to Have Food

Foodies love K-dramas. Reason: K-dramas have abundant scenes showing characters relishing delicious cuisine. It's hard to not feel hungry during late-night binge-watching. As eating and socialising over food is part of Korean culture, there are a few K-dramas that focus solely on food. Let’s have a look: 

Degree of Love

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Jung Sun (Yang Se Jong), an innocent and naive young chef, falls in love with Lee Hyun Soo (Seo Hyun Jin), a drama writer. As they pursue their aspirations, they fall in love. Jung Sun sacrifices his romance with Hyun Soo to relocate to France to improve his cooking. After a few years, he returns. This one will give you a lot of lip-smacking sights as On Jung Sun
opens a Michelin-starred restaurant. As he pursues his dreams, the character's drive and passion heal. His complex delicacies will also impress you!

Baker King Kim Tak Goo

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Kim Tak Goo (Yoon Shi Yoon) didn't know who his father was for most of his youth. He learns that his father runs a bakery. Tak Goo's half-brother, who is competing with him to inherit the company, falls in love with the same woman. One of the highest-rated K-dramas was "Baker King Kim Tak Goo." People loved Kim Tak Goo's rags-to-riches story and seeing him conquer life's toughest challenges. Foodies will also enjoy seeing bread and pastries baking in the oven. When they take the treats out of the oven, you can almost smell them!

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Pasta is the theme of 2010's popular K-drama "Pasta." Lee Sun Gyun, the pasta restaurant's head chef, is unimpressed by Seo Yoo Kyung (Gong Hyo Jin). An enemy-to-lover relationship begins. You can't watch this episode without craving spaghetti. On a variety show, Lee Sun Gyun showed off his pasta-making skills. In addition, Gong Hyo Jin charms viewers into loving her role.

Dinner Mate

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Song Seung Heon plays Doctor Kim Hae Kyung and Seo Ji Hye plays media firm employee Woo Do Hee in "Dinner Mate," a healing drama. After meeting by coincidence, the two begin to have frequent dinners to talk about their lives. The therapeutic series "Dinner Mate" is based on the webtoon. It's a unique show that will make you crave wonderful food and give you life
lessons and healing. You'll be captivated by Song Seung Heon and Seo Ji Hye's hot chemistry!


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"Chocolate" stars Yoon Kye Sang as Lee Kang and Ha Ji Won as Moon Cha Young as a man and woman who meet as children and are torn apart by tragic events. Tragic events bring them back together as adults. Lee Kang becomes a brain surgeon and Moon Cha Young a chef. Cha Young is confused and uneasy when she first sees Lee Kang, who doesn't recognize Her. 

"Chocolate" is a K-drama that will move you. The delightful plot of the two main leads dealing with previous trauma and overcoming it is complemented by Ha Ji Won's exquisite cuisine. What more could you want? Satisfied taste sensations and a healing heart.