New K-cooking show alert: ‘Ramyun Brothers’

The Korean variety show hits screens on Discovery and TV Chosun in Korea, and on Viu in the rest of Southeast Asia

PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF VIU KANG Ho-dong, Lee Seung-gi and Bae Inhyeok.

The concept of Ramyun Brothers is definitely tasty. Get three celebrities to cook ramyun — a Korean take on Japanese ramen — and serve to diners in Japan to see if they love it.

In Korea, the new variety show is hitting screens on both Discovery and TV Chosun. Fans in Southeast Asia may watch it on Viu.

Ramyun Brothers is a reality show that stars Kang Ho-dong, Lee Seung-Gi and Bae Inhyeok, who collectively open a ramyun shop in Japan. Against all logic, they try and recreate recipes for Korea’s addictive “soul food.”

Kang Ho-dong and Lee Seung-gi reunite after more than a decade after Two Days One Night, Strong Heart, and they team up with Bae Inhyeok, who appeared in dramas including Under the Queen’s Umbrella, Why Oh Soojae and Cheer Up.

Catch Ramyun Brothers every Monday night for the next seven weeks on Discovery and TV Chosun at 10 p.m. in Korea, and available to stream on Viu in Southeast Asia. The series is a co-production by Discovery Korea Networks and TV Chosun. Warner Bros. Discovery is exclusive international distributor.

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