Unlike ‘Yoon’s Kitchen’, which has served traditional Korean food such as bulgogi and bibimbap, ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ offers a variety of Korean delicacies such as gimbap, ramen, tteokbokki, and hot dogs in Bacalar, Mexico.
Viewers in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam will be able to watch VOD on Prime Video every Friday from the 24th, and will be serviced in other countries from the end of this spring.
Prime Video customers can watch a new episode of ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ every Friday from February 24th. The production team of ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ said, “The cast members worked really hard while making Korean snacks in Bacalar, Mexico. Please look forward to the appearance of the five cast members who open a restaurant in an unfamiliar place and struggle to satisfy the customers who visit there,” and “I hope that ‘Seojin’s’ will bring laughter to not only domestic but also global viewers.”
This is what makes ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ very interesting,” he said. “We hope to please the fans through Korean entertainment like ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’.”