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[Spoiler] "This Is Family", Park Hyung-sik, a genius cook

2014/10/19 | 700 views | Permalink | Source

Park Hyung-sik seemed like a genius.

On the episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "This Is Family", Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik) surprised everyone by glancing at a dish made by the chef once and coming up with exactly the same thing.

When Eun-ho told Dal-bong that there was a complaint from the kitchen, Dal-bong went inside to an angry chef who tossed a notebook at him and asked what it was.

Dal-bong claimed it was his notebook but the chef angrily said, "Did you steal my recipes? Why is everything written in such detail?"

Dal-bong said he'd written them down after seeing the dishes, but the chef laughed at him.

The chef opened the fridge door and told Dal-bong to repeat everything in the fridge. He did so.

The chef then made him watch him cook and asked him to repeat.

Dal-bong did exactly what he was told and came up with the same thing the chef made. The chef was angry and yelled at him to get out.

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