“Wok of Love” is a romantic comedy that follows the lives of three individuals as they run a neighborhood Chinese restaurant. 2PM’s Junho performs Seo Poong, the chef of the restaurant. As such, he has to movie many scenes that require him to prepare dinner and he stole the hearts of viewers from the primary episode together with his experience in dealing with a wok. His romance with Dan Sae Woo (Jung Ryeo Won) has additionally been making viewers’ hearts race.
The drama has been receiving consultations from chef Kim Jung Rae, and he was just lately requested how Junho ready for his function. He shared that he’d educated Junho for a month earlier than the drama started filming. They went by means of every little thing from primary knife abilities to getting ready components and utilizing a wok. Behind the entire fascinating cooking scenes within the drama is the laborious work of Junho.
Talking about Junho, Kim Jung Rae acknowledged, “He’s very passionate. He initially struggled with working with a wok in entrance of a fireplace, however he’s now as comfy with it as actual cooks are. He seems to be very pure within the kitchen and it’s the results of continued observe.” He continued his reward as he added, “Junho ready for his function by not solely asking about technical abilities, but additionally making an attempt to know how a chef’s thoughts would work in sure conditions. He by no means does something midway, so I used to be at all times flooded by questions once I arrived on set.”
He additionally selected the scene of Dan Sae Woo serving to Seo Poong prepare dinner when he harm his arm as essentially the most memorable scene within the drama up to now. He defined, “In Chinese delicacies, the wok and ladle are inseparable. You have to show the wok properly to ensure the components don’t burn, and you must maintain including extra flavors and spices with the ladle on the similar time to create complicated flavors. I believed it was fascinating to signify the 2 characters’ relationship by means of the wok and the ladle.”
“Wok of Love” airs each Monday and Tuesday on SBS at 10 p.m. KST. Catch the most recent episode beneath!