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The Most Popular Korean Restaurants in FooDies Favorite K-Drama!

Annyeonghaseyo FooDies! When it comes to K-Drama, you must be familiar with Korean snacks such as Tteok-bokki, Gimbap, Hotteok, and many more. Korean dramas with food themes always make you want to try them. Food in K-Drama is usually an interesting interlude in the middle of the plot. When you watch K-Drama, you may experience two emotions at once: hunger for the food and curiosity about the conflict.

Let’s talk more about the menu and restaurant in K-Drama!!

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  1. Itaewon Class 

This K-Drama, starring Park Seo Jun, tells the story of a man who is successful in running a business in the culinary world. In this K-Drama, there are many kinds of South Korean dishes that will catch your attention!

“Kedai Danbam” in Itaewon Class, is a diner that serves Soju and Beer. Kimchi Jjigae, Sundubu Jjigae, Doenjang Jjigae, Haemul Bokkeumbap, and Kongnamul guk are among the popular menu items.

The typical South Korean menu featured in the film Itaewon Class looks delicious! Which one do you most want to try, Yeorobun?

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2. Start-Up

Who among us hasn’t heard of the Korean dramas that have gone viral in 2020? This K-Drama tells the ups and downs of the younger generation’s work life. However, it’s not only the actors and the plot that draw attention, the culinary delights in this drama are also highlighted and succeeded in enticing the audience!

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Korean Corn Dog snacks, made famous by the drama Start-Up. Grandma of Seo Dal Mi has been making and selling Corn Dogs for years in this drama. The main component of this dish is sausage wrapped in crispy flour. Han Ji Pyeong frequently eats Corn Dog when he meets Seo Dal Mi’s grandmother. In addition, Bibim Guksu appears in this drama during the scene where Han Ji Pyeong expresses her feelings for Seo Dal Mi. Tteokbokki and Odeng are also well-known in this Start-Up Drama, hmm neomu mashiseoyooo.

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3. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha is well-known among Korean drama fans. The romantic comedy drama starring Kim Seon-ho and Shin Min-ah has successfully captured the hearts of Drakor fans!

This drama is known for producing a wide range of super delicious seafood, so it’s not surprising that a variety of seafood appears in several scenes of Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha.

What foods appear in the Korean drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha? Jigeum buteo, let’s look at some delicious and tantalizing food!

First, “Hoe”, which is Korean-style sashimi that frequently appears in scenes at the Hwajeong restaurant. In addition, Pollack Fish Soup is one of the menus that appear at Hwajeong restaurant. Yoon Hye-jin distributes sirutteok, a red bean steamed rice cake, to the villagers of Gong-jin. Remember that seaweed soup is served at Hwajeong restaurant in the drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha.

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4. Little Forest

Little Forest, one of the Korean dramas set in a rural setting away from the hustle and bustle of the city, in this drama presents many home-cooked dishes that will make you tempted! This drama depicts the process of making rice cakes and Korean-style chestnut snacks. Foodies, there’s more that you need to know about other menu’s that are easier to prepare.

 

Flour Fried Sawi. Hye Won, the main character, prepares mustard greens as a delectable dish with seasoned flour, which is then fried. Most of the appetizing ingredients in this drama are derived from the garden and the forest. Cabbage Sandwich, Cucumber Milk (Kong Guk Su), Rice Cake, Makgeolli, and Tteokbokki are among the other food menus featured in this drama.

 

Jin Hee Won, a Food Stylist, arranges the presentation of the food displayed, he can show the presentation of food that is simple but beautiful to look at and appetizing, it’s even more drool if the appearance is yeppeo.

 

This drama shows how to serve food in each of the four seasons, as well as where to obtain the necessary ingredients. FooDies, if you enjoy cooking at home, you should definitely watch this drama and steal the recipe, because it shows simple food ingredients with maximum cooking methods!



So, of the 4 Korean Dramas discussed with the backdrop of Korean food, which Korean Drama do you think is the most favorite and makes you “meogeo shipeoyo” when you see the food? Foodies, you can also find the menus from this Korean drama on FooDoo!