"Pasta" is a 16 episode Korean cooking drama that draws love and passion among young and attractive chefs. The cooking drama focuses on a young woman, Seo yoo Kyung, who aspires to become an elite chef at the Italian restaurant 'La Sfera'.
Seo Yoo Kyung (Kong Hyo-jin) works at the 'La Sfera' for three years as a third ranked chef assistant. On the day she finally gets to become an Assistant Pasta, the head Chef Totti leaves and new chef Choi Hyun Wook (Lee Sun-kyun) comes in. Choi Hyun Wook went to a culinary school in Italy and graduated there as one of the top students. Upon his arrival, he fires all the female chefs – except Yoo Kyung. However, along with all these transitions, Yoo Kyung loses her chance to become Assistant Pasta.
Just before being fired, Kim San (Alex), the restaurant owner appears. Kim San hires his friend, celebrity chef Sae-young (Lee Honey), as a co-head chef to work with Hyun-wook. It turns out that Sae-young is actually the reason why Hyun-wook does not like women in the kitchen.
Yoo-Kyung gradually develops feelings for the charismatic Hyun-wook. Hyun-Wook also feels an attraction to Yoo Kyung. However, when the restaurant owner, Kim San and Sae Young express their feelings toward Yoo-Kyung and Hyun-Wook, the dynamic in this Korean cooking drama gets complicated.
The Korean drama was popular in home (21.5% of audience rating). Unlike other typical Korean soap operas with serious and complex synopses, this Korean drama is a trendy and simple love story. To some, this Korean cooking drama resembles that of a Japanese drama "Bambino", yet it has vast differences and is still unique and enjoyable in its own right. This drama attracts many people of a younger generation, especially with the attractive chefs' appearances.
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