Wok of Love

Wok of Love

Title: 기름진 멜로 / Wok of Love
Also Known as: Greasy Melo / Greasy Romance
Genre: Melodrama, Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 38 (35 minutes/episode)
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2018-May-07 to 2018-July-17
Air time: Monday & Tuesday at 22:00 KST (2 episodes back-to-back)

It’s a love story hotter than the boiling oil in a sizzling hot wok. Across the street of the 6-star Hotel Giant, there stands a small, shabby Chinese restaurant, Hungry Wok. Chil Seong (Jang Hyuk), the owner of the restaurant, originally took over the restaurant in order to provide a place to work for his former prison mates. One day, a man and a woman whose lives turned upside down overnight come visit Chil Seong. A former star chef, Seo Poong (Lee Joon Ho), and a broke heiress, Sae Woo (Jung Ryeo Won), are in need of Chil Seong’s help so that they can get back on their feet. Tune in to Wok of Love and learn about the passion and love that can be found in the hectic working environment of a kitchen.

Subtitles: English | Indonesian

Main Cast

Jang Hyuk as Doo Chil Seong
Jung Ryeo Won as Dan Sae Woo
Lee Joon Ho as Seo Poong

Supporting Cast

Park Ji Young as Chae Sul Ja
Lee Mi Sook as Jin Jung Hye / mysterious woman
Cha Joo Young as Suk Dal Hee
Lee Ki Hyuk as Na Oh Jik
Tae Hang Ho as Im Hae Jeong
Lee Ki Young as Dan Seung Ki
Ok Ja Yun as Lee Ji Kyung
Jang Hee Ryung as Lee Boon Hong

Gang members

Jo Jae Yoon as Oh Maeng Dal
Kim Hyun Joon as Kwang Dong Shik
Choi Ki Sub as Jun Yi Man
Cha In Ha as Bong Chim Soo
Choi Won Myung as Yang Kang Ho

Hotel people

Kim Sa Kwon as Yong Sung Ryong (hotel president)
Im Won Hee as Wang Chun So (hotel restaurant main chef)
Oh Ui Shik as Maeng Sam Sun (hotel restaurant chef-in-training)
Hong Yoon Hwa as Kan Bo Ra (hotel restaurant chef)
Kang Rae Yun as Gong Rae Yun (hotel hall manager)

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