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The cast live in a little rural or fishing village three days a week and use whatever food they find there to create three meals a day, while various celebrities from Seoul make guest appearances for dinner. (Source: Wikipedia) Edit Translation
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It was very interesting to see how the format of the show came together and found its identity. The choice of the guests, especially early on, was incredibly ambitious. On the other hand, this would probably not have become the phenomenon it is without that bold move.
And oh my, the hosts have struggled greatly. You root for them almost immediately and you learn a lot along with them. At first, mostly about how to keep yourself alive in an old school cottage and then about the Korean cuisine. There is so much to love here. The way they both struggle with basic meals and constantly call their moms from the landline ("Wait, that sounds complicated, I will give the phone to Taecyeon.") and succeed in producing an enjoyable meal is very sweet.
Both of them are also really handy, worked a lot around the house and the animals. I also enjoyed very much when they had their outings to town and made so many friends at the market and in the hardware store (Dong Shik rules!). Also, Seo Jin's sassy attitude is my favourite thing.
This show was excellently produced, even the episodes where I was not fully familiar with the guests were entertaining and enjoyable. I just loved it.
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