Thanksgiving and the days after are all about feasting and spending a laugh time with the family.The holiday also givesthe easiest time to introduce the circle of relatives to k-drama. And what larger way to proportion your love of drama with a couple of that center of attention on food.Here are five to savor whilst snacking on leftovers:
"Warm and Cozy." When you like seafood, this drama would possiblyrecommended you lot to e booka holiday to Jeju Island. Yoo Yeon Suk plays a chef with an aptitude for developing succulent seafood dishes with the island's tastiest herbal resource. Kang So Ra finally ends uprunning in his eating place and is helping him develop into a more accountable person. Each episode has a recipe.
"Pasta." Gong Hyo Jin plays an aspiring chef in a complicated pasta restaurant. It is all going smartlytillthe recent chef comes to a decision he does no longerneedladies in his kitchen.Lee Sun Kyun plays the dictatorial chef who sooner or later captures her heart. Yetthe genuinecelebrity of the drama is pasta. Also Choi Jin Hyuk and No Min Woo are in the kitchen staff.
"Flower Boy Ramen Shop." In this drama the landlord of a ramen shop postulates that as regards tothe entire thing in lifestylesmay also be made better by potential of ramen. There may well beanything to the theory if the dish used to be served by some of the drama's lovely flower boys. The drama starring Jung Il Woo, Lee Chung Ah and Lee Ki Woo is niceown family fare or evenincludes a kimchi-flavored kiss.
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If kimchi is what you're craving, check out "Fermentation Family, aka "Kimchi Family." In this drama, a gangster decides to turn over a new leaf and paintings at a kimchi restaurant run by two sisters. the 2011 drama stars Song Il Gook of "The Go back of Superman" fame, Park Jin Hee, Lee Min Young and Choi Jae Young. Who knew there were such so much offorms of kimchi.
If you favor your food with some historic flavor, pattern teh spreads introduced in one of the maximum well liked k-dramas ever,"Jewel in the Palace." Lee Young Ae plays Jang Dae Geum, a lady whose culinary abilities attracted attention in the royal palace. Very other from classic Thanksgiving fare, the drama's lavish dishes are stunning to behold.