A drama about two families who own chicken restaurants who are brought together by chicken and mixed up with each other. It will tell the story of three sisters from a working-class family, who, after getting robbed of their one possession by people who have with everything, they try to get revenge for their family and father.
Two sisters, Lee Kang San (Park Jin Hee) and Lee Woo Joo (Lee Min Young), find themselves taking over the management of their family's traditional kimchi restaurant, Chunjiin (Heaven, Earth and Man), when their father had left one day without their knowledge. Despite being a certified cook at a western restaurant, Kang San is uncertain of whether she would be able to handle the position at her family's restaurant, so she starts seeking the help of others. Appearing at their house one day is Ki Ho Tae (Song Il Gook), an orphan and a member of a crime syndicate who is frustrated and wishes to find out the truth about his childhood. Though he has an excellent palate when it comes to eating, he struggles to gain Kang San's trust after she had found out that he could not cook, despite her intention of hiring a chef.
Over time, the family and the people around them would gradually find love and warmth through the sharing of food and life experiences, as Ho Tae discovers the truth about his childhood, and rediscovers the missing pieces of his life.
The story of a former rich family's son who inherits huge debt from his father, and his beloved woman, a gourmet who is willing to stand by his side despite her initial dream to strike it rich. Together they aim to become successful culinary entrepreneurs.
"Pasta" covers the dreams and success of a young woman who aspires to become an elite chef at La Sfera restaurant.
Seo Yoo Kyung (Gong Hyo Jin) started her career as a kitchen assistant at La Sfera restaurant. She eventually works her way up to become a chef.
Choi Hyun Wook (Lee Sun Gyun) is the top chef at La Sfera restaurant. He studied the culinary arts in Italy and started out as a chef assistant at a hotel in Sicily. Hyun Wook eventually worked his way up to become the most widely recognized Italian chef in Korea.
Kim Sam Soon (Kim Sun Ah) is a baker who has a talent in making pastries and cakes. On Christmas Eve, she caught her boyfriend, Min Hyun Woo (Lee Kyu Han), cheating on her and breaks up on the same night. On that same night, she accidentally went into the men's restroom and met Hyun Jin Hun (Hyun Bin), a somewhat callous fellow but an occaisonally considerate guy. By sheer coincidence, Jin Hun needs a baker for his restaurant Bon Appetit and Sam Soon is unemployed. Sam Soon is hired as the restaurant's chief baker and the two fights like cat and dog. Nevertheless, they started to have feelings for each other and Sam Soon agreed to post as Jin Hun's girlfriend so his mother would leave him alone. Things got complicated when Jin Hun's ex-girlfriend Yoo Hee Jin came back from the States intending to win him back.
Yang Eun Bi (Lee Chung Ah) is a college student preparing for her civil service exam with the dream of being a high school teacher. She accidentally encounters Cha Chi Soo (Jung Il Woo), the arrogant son of the biggest food conglomerate in Korea. Both of them end up working at a ramyun shop run by the lazy Choi Kang Hyuk (Lee Ki Woo).
Soo In, Bok Nyeo, Poong Geum, and Mi Oh were cellmates in an all-women's prison. Though they all came from different backgrounds and had their own reasons for being in jail which later turn out to have a common thread intertwined, they were able to come together as friends through bakery lessons offered by the prison. As they grow closer like sisters, forge a bond based on their common grievances and lean on each other for support and become more talented bakers they make plans together for life after prison: to open their own bakery and challenge a big conglomerate, Shinhwa Bakery, for revenge.
The life of Go Eun Chan is not easy; she works many jobs to pay off debts and even gave up her feminine image. Choi Han Kyul is the heir of a big food company, but his grandmother wants him to settle down, so she arranged many dates for him. After Eun Chan bumped into Han Kyul and was mistaken for a boy, Han Kyul decided to hire Eun Chan to be his gay lover in order to avoid the arranged dates. Desperately in need of money, Eun Chan had no choice but to accept. Han Kyul's grandmother also made Han Kyul in charge of a filthy coffee shop in danger of being bankrupt. Eun Chan begged to work at the coffee shop, and not long after, feelings start to spark, except, how would Han Kyul accept his "homosexuality"?
A warm-hearted family drama about a long-running noodle house that’s been operated by one family for generations. This drama will revolve around themes of food, love, and family.
Min Chae Won (Eugene) is the eldest granddaughter of a noodle family, who comes back to the family business after a divorce. She eventually turns the small mom-and-pop operation into a “designer noodle company”. She is a lively and bright woman who comes to meet Lee Se Yoon (Lee Jung Jin), the son of a wealthy household who is infamous for his disparaging treatment of all those around him but actually a warm-hearted inside.
Go Seung Ji (Lee Dong Hae) is a patissier who has been an orphan since childhood and has a gruff and prickly personality that matches his nickname of "Hedgehog (Goseumdochi)." He meets the easygoing and sweet-natured Pan Da Yang (Yoon Seung Ah), better known as "Panda," who hires him as the new patissier of Café Panda. Together, the two work to make Café Panda a success while fending off competition from the Saint-Honoré bakery franchise.
Goo Dae young’s rivals have appeared! Food blogger Goo Dae young, the fourth year freelancer, Bae Soo Ji on one meal per day diet, who regards him as an enemy, and the vegetarian government worker, Lee Sang Woo. This drama depicts the spicy and tasteful lives of the single dwellers in Sejong Villa, who has each one’s own unique taste.
Kim Gil Do (Jo Jae Hyun) knows how to steal, change and imitate other people since he was a child. He even killed his friend, Ha Jung Tae in order to steal his identity and life. To keep the secret, he also killed Ha Jung Tae's family by burning their house to death. Without Kim Gil Do's knowledge, Ha Jung Tae's only son survives from the accident. He decided to change his name to Moo Myung (Chun Jung Myung) and chose to lie low by staying in orphanage, where he met the other two friends who are actually related to Kim Gil Do. While the three friends have their own way to get Kim Gil Do down, Moo Myung is determined to become the master of noodles in order to avenge his parents death.