K-Drama, iconic content of the Korean Wave, often features scenes of people munching food. It is probably because involving such humdrum moments of everyday life helps make viewers develop a certain affinity with the TV show. Although not as ravishing as the characters, Korean dishes shown on Korean TV shows are pretty good actors themselves, leading overseas viewers to wonder about their tastes. With that in mind, let's find out what kinds of K-Food can be spotted in K-Drama. The following are our recommendations.
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