KMazing – The diversity of themed in Korean Drama keep on increasing as the audience demand more and more realistic yet entertaining drama. Culinary became one of the topics as the popularity of show like Please Take Care of My Refrigerator became one of the most talked variety show in South Korea in 2015. Korean drama nowadays maybe in still in love with fantasy romantic genre, but Culinary drama used to be one of the hottest genre. Here are two of the drama that adopt the cooking themed.
Late Night Restaurant
This is a culinary drama spiced with mystery. Late Night Restaurant tells of a unique restaurant that has unusual operating hours. The restaurant opens in the middle of the night until seven o’clock in the morning. The owner as well as the chef, who is only referred to as the Master, has no clear menu, but with his expertise he is ready to cook whatever the guests ordered. Veteran actor Kim Seung-woo acted so perfectly that the viewer felt that he was not an actor, but a professional chef!
King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo
Loyal viewers of Korean dramas may have seen King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo, or at least heard of it – maybe you are one of the fans of 2 Days 1 Night . The drama, also titled Bread, Love and Dreams, tells the story of a bread-making business tinged with the rivalry of young bread makers to be the best in Korea. When aired in 2010, this 30-episode drama was so popular among TV viewers that its ratings pierced 50.9%. No doubt the two main actors, Yoon Shi-yoon and Joo Won, come darting popularity and survive until now.