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[Spoiler] "Fermented Family" overseas chef Kim Young-hoon joins "Cheon Ji In"

2011/12/14 | 750 views | Permalink | Source

Oh Hae-joon (Kim Young-hoon) found Cheon Ji In on the December 14th episode of JTBC's "Fermented Family".

Oh Hae-joon is from the CIA (Culinary Institute of America), one of America's top cooking schools. Although Cheon Ji In can't afford to hire another chef, Lee Kang-san (Park Jin-hee) hired him.

Oh Hae-joon and Ki Ho-tae (Song Il-gook) were against each other at once. Aimless and hot tempered Ki Ho-tae only re-enforced Oh Hae-joon's perfectionist ego.

Ki Ho-tae got the job of sous chef. They also had to share a room.

Oh Hae-joon is a master in Korean food and the son of the chairman of Handol Food Korea. He seems to have come to Cheon Ji In to learn their secret methods.

He even criticized the kitchen saying, "There's nothing to it". Cheon Ji In found its vigor with the addition of Oh Hae-joon. However, he said to himself, "Let's give it a week".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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