The Screening Diet

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Category: Television

Any TV programmes (dramas, series, documentaries, etc) I find interesting, old and new.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 8 (Part 1)

Youn’s Kitchen plans to open for dinner tomorrow, which leaves the morning a perfect time to go out and enjoy the country. Finally!

Queen of Mystery 2, Episode 1

The second season of Queen of Mystery starts with Yoo Seol-Ok (Choi Gang-Hee), ready for her wedding, asking her doting mother-in-law-to-be, “is he here yet?”

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 7 (Part 2)

The party have tried all the food Youn’s Kitchen has to offer. But it’s not over yet for it’s universally…

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 7 (Part 1)

Youn’s Kitchen’s big day proves interesting. For one thing, having real chefs as customers adds pressure to the casts. And yet they lend fresh eyes to look at the food from different perspectives.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 6 (Part 2)

Youn’s Kitchen has new mountain to climb as a big day is coming. This is a matter of pride so they must do it right.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 6 (Part 1)

Youn’s Kitchen introduces better system today and scores new record sales on its fifth day.

In Search of A Missing Day — Youn’s Kitchen Season 2

When the Maths doesn’t add up, it’s probably not a Maths problem. It’s an editing problem.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 5 (Part 2)

What a long colourful day Youn’s Kitchen had! Of course, there is a case for celebration. But, there’s an urgent need for improvement in service.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 5 (Part 1)

Youn’s Kitchen’s best day of sales comes with a price: increase in complexity as order and customer counts go up, and increase in exhaustion as the day goes on.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 4 (Part 2)

Youn’s Kitchen gets new menu: Korean barbecue ribs or Galbi. With new menu, there are more things to do. After an invigorating oxtail soup for breakfast, everyone is ready to face the day.

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