tvN’s “Youn’s Stay” has launched its first teaser!
Earlier this month, tvN confirmed that “Youn’s Stay” could be the brand new spin-off format of “Youn’s Kitchen,” which featured Youn Yuh Jung and different forged members heading to international nations to run a Korean restaurant. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the brand new spin-off will present Youn Yuh Jung, Lee Seo Jin, Jung Yu Mi, Park Seo Joon, and Choi Woo Shik run a hanok (conventional Korean house) as a ‘homestay’ vacation spot in South Jeolla Province.
The teaser opens with the forged assembly at a personal restaurant in Seoul. Producing director (PD) Na Young Suk explains that he had deliberate to run a brand new season of “Youn’s Kitchen” within the spring of 2020, however had put it off to the tip of 2020 because of the pandemic, considering that issues would get higher then. As the state of affairs all over the world has not improved, he informs them concerning the new format.
Na Young Suk explains that their homestay will welcome friends who needed to journey to Korea on enterprise or for their research and will be unable to benefit from the meals and tradition because of quarantine restrictions round COVID-19.
The teaser then strikes to point out the forged’s quiet life at their hanok homestay. Dressed in matching aprons, the forged eat collectively, put together rooms collectively, and welcome friends collectively. As they’ve proven in earlier seasons of “Youn’s Kitchen,” Lee Seo Jin is fluent in English after finding out overseas in New York and Youn Yuh Jung is aware of English as a result of she spent a number of years within the United States. This season, they’re helped by Choi Woo Shik, who grew up in Canada earlier than pursuing his appearing profession in Korea.
As the friends take pleasure in their time within the hanok, the kitchen erupts into ordered chaos as Jung Yu Mi and Park Seo Joon, the chef and sous-chef of the kitchen, put together meals whereas Youn Yuh Jung jokes round with the friends within the eating room. At the tip, Lee Seo Jin complains, “This is just too onerous,” and Park Seo Joon says, “I believe a restaurant was simpler.”
“Youn’s Stay” will premiere on January eight at 9:10 p.m. KST.
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