Gourmet - Netflix

Talented chefs Bong Joo and Sung Chan were raised like brothers after Sung Chan was orphaned and taken in by Bong Joo's family. Bong Joo's family owns a famous traditional Korean restaurant and claims descent from the last royal chef of the Joseon Dynasty. Bong Joo assumes that as the eldest, he will be the one to take over his family's restaurant and marry Joo Hee when his father makes a surprising announcement about a special cooking contest! Sung Chan is seen as a threat by some because of his youth, talent, creativity and non-conforming ways. Feeling sorry for him, Joo Hee tries to help him. Discovering the truth about their great-grandfather causes a crisis for Bong Joo, but he later becomes even more determined to be a success while Sung Chan decides to leave. Sung Chan becomes a food peddler, specializing in the freshest and best ingredients in traditional Korean cuisine. Will he ever become a chef again? Will they ever become united as "brothers"?

Gourmet - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 65 minutes

Premier: 2008-06-17

Gourmet - World Gourmet Summit - Netflix

The World Gourmet Summit is an annual culinary event held annually in Singapore, which started in 1997. Its objective is to showcase dining in Singapore and promote local chefs while featuring Michelin-starred chefs and vintners from around the world. It is organised by A La Carte Productions, a division of Peter Knipp Holdings Pte Ltd (PKH), and supported by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).

Gourmet - Culinary Masterclasses - Netflix

The culinary masterclasses are hosted by masterchefs attending the World Gourmet Summit. The masterchefs will demonstrate the preparation of two to three of their signature dishes, followed by the sampling of these dishes by attendees of the workshop.

Gourmet - References - Netflix