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Korea No. 1 korean drama review
Korea No. 1
1 people found this review helpful
by Rob_alo
Dec 28, 2022
8 of 8 episodes seen
Overall 8.0
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 7.5
Rewatch Value 5.0

Perfect combination of the Korean traditional cultural heritage and comedy

I came to this show not knowing what to wait for. I was mostly wanting something to watch while I ate. So it came as my surprise when I saw say the “best combo” cast, with Yoo Jae Suk as the "wise man" of entertainment, being able to make everything we saw interesting to the viewer, being accompanied by Lee Kwang Soo, the “blessed” by the gods of comedy, able to create flows of energy through the episodes. With Kim Yeon Koung, the picture is complete, as Kwang Soo's “sister/doppelganger” and with her witty personality which was perfect to complete the trio.

Each episode presented to the viewer an essential asset of the Korean traditional culture, where we are able to see the full process from the raw materials/environment to the final product. For someone that lives out of Korea and has little to no knowledge about their cultural history, having this show explain it in a way that's not boring it's a great way to not only learn but also a great way of entertainment (thanks to the help of the cast).

I recommend this show to the ones that want to learn something new (especially while eating a meal), and look for some good interactions between the cast members and the masters, as they try to earn their approval!
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