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Drama of the week "Fermented Family"

2013/02/28 | Permalink | Source

Drama of the week "Fermented Family" (2011)

Directed by Park Chan-hong

Written by Kim Jee-woo

Network : jTBC

With Song Il-gook, Park Jin-hee, Lee Dae-geun, Kang Shin-il, Choi Jae-sung, Lee Min-young,...

24 episodes - Wed, Thu 21:00
Also known as "Kimchi Family"
Synopsis
In the vein of shows like "Gourmet" and "Pasta", "Fermented Family" is a deliciously simmering blend of food and romance. Song Il-gook ("Land of wind") and recently popular star Park Jin-hee ("Giant") lead this family tale of two bickering restaurateurs who fall in love against the backdrop of a beautiful and traditional Korean restaurant. Lee Kang San is a high-maintenance restaurant owner who strives to make her restaurant perfect in every way. Ki Ho Tae is her part-time employee, a hot-tempered character who constantly clashes with Kang San. A rag-tag group of quirky people frequent the restaurant, drawn to its good food and atmosphere, and Ho Tae and Kang San, in their quest to make the restaurant a happy place that feels like family for customers, may find happiness and family in each other.

Broadcasting dates in Korea : 2011/12/07~2012/02/23

 

Available on DVD from YESASIA

DVD (10-Disc) (English Subtitled) DVD (SG - Ch Tr, English Subtitled)

 

 

 

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