Friday, November 5, 2010

Try Pasta

I was absent from the blogging world for almost two weeks, I think, because my recent vice had resurfaced *lol*, my addiction to K-drama, so I spent every waking hour of my life watching for two weeks, non-stop and I mean it. One that made a mark is Pasta, and I chose from at least a dozen series so it kinda tells you that it is good, right?

Pasta is a K-drama aired in MBC last January to March 2010 every Mondays and Tuesdays, it has a total of 20 episodes and stars Kong Hyon Jin, Lee Sun Gyun, Lee Ha Nui, Alex of Classiquai, No Min Woo, among others. According to our friend, Wiki, Pasta covers the dreams and success of a young woman who aspires to become an elite chef at La Sfera restaurant. Seo Yoo Kyung started her career as a kitchen assistant at La Sfera restaurant for 3 years. Her dream is to become an Italian cuisine chef. She eventually works her way up to become a chef. One day, the La Sfera restaurant newly hires Choi Hyun-wook, a chef who went to culinary school in Italy. Upon his arrival, the female chefs are fired one by one and Yoo-Kyung finds herself to be the last woman standing. She's fired several times but comes up with ways to be rehired by Choi Hyun-wook. Eventually she's rehired permanently when she wins a blind taste contest. The newly hired president, Kim San hires his friend and celebrity chef Sae-young as a co-head chef to work with Hyun-wook. It turns out that Sae-young and Hyun-wook used to date each other when they were both studying at the Italian culinary school. But they broke up after Sae-young sabotaged his wine by boiling it to win a cooking contest. They turn into rivals and try to outdo each other in making the finest Italian cuisine. Working alongside two celebrity chefs, Yoo-kyung feels small and insignificant. She gradually develops feelings for the charismatic Hyun-wook. However, restaurant owner Kim San begins to become attracted to the spunky Yoo-Kyung and the relationships between them become fraught with complexities.

Don't be alarmed by what you just read, trust me, it is a must watch if you have an inkling to Korean or any Asian dramas, it will make you laugh and all-tingly. The storyline will feed you with sweetness and love without any sexual connotation and you'll still feel giddy. I didn't slept for two days to finish it, and it is very much worth it.


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