4 Food-Centered K-Dramas That Will Surely Make Your Mouth Water

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Are you one of those avid Korean drama viewers who also love eating good food? Do you crave bibimbap, naengmyeon, samgyupsal, and other tasty Korean dishes once in a while? Don't worry, we've got you covered!

Here's a nice list of South Korean dramas that will satisfy your palate with its featured varieties of scrumptious food!

"Sweet Munchies" (2020)

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This 2020 romance comedy-drama series starring Jung Il Woo and Kang Ji Young follows the story of Park Jin Sun (Jung Il Woo) a late-night bistro owner who is currently facing a huge crisis that may take his place to close down. He then lies to save his dreams and slowly starts to figure out what's more important than wealth.

"Sweet Munchies" feature varieties of delicious cuisines and cooking montages that will surely make anyone's mouth water.

The drama is available for online streaming on Netflix, Viki, and Viu.

"Wok of Love" (2018)

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If you love food and romance, then this is the perfect drama for you! This drama depicts the stories of a former hotel chef, a fallen heiress, and a former gangster who work together to serve good food that gives comfort to anyone who tries it.

Aside from its superb cinematography and tasty dishes, its cast including Jung Ryeo Won, Lee Jun Ho, and Jang Hyuk is also a full package that will satisfy anyone's daily K-drama fix.

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"Wok of Love" can be streamed through online streaming platforms Netflix and Viu.

"Late Night Restaurant" (2015)

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This 2015 South Korean drama is so magical, it follows the story of a mystical restaurant that is only open from midnight until seven in the morning and it's owned by a man called "Master".

In this place, no one needs a menu. The Master takes orders from his customers and serves them anything they want.

Aside from the filling and comforting food, the wisdom-filled lives and stories of customers who visit the restaurant will also make the minds of the viewers full.

It's a feel-good drama that will give anyone the urge to cook up their favorite food while enjoying their free time at home with their loved ones while watching the drama.

"Late Night Restaurant" is available on Viu.

"Itaewon Class" (2020)

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Do you love soju, sundubu jjigae, or chimaek, and enjoy a nice drama at the same time? Then watch "Itaewon Class" starring Park Seo Joon, Kim Da Mi, and Hello Venus member Kwon Na Ra!

Although the drama is filled with romance and thirst for revenge, "Itaewon Class" will still not fail to make anybody's stomach grumble.

With Sae Ro Yi's (Park Seo Joon) resto-bar "DanBam" and his crew who stands by him as he seeks revenge, he serves his signature dishes that are filling, it also hits closer to home. After all, good food is best served when prepared with love.

This critically acclaimed smash-hit drama is available for international streaming on Netflix.

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 Written by Elijah Mully.

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