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This series is a fascinating introduction to simple, delicious, healthy Korean food, quick and easy to cook. Executive chef and food writer Judy Joo travels back to South Korea and sets off on an incredible culinary journey to visit some of the amazing people and places inspiring her Korean cooking and shares with us her passion for authentic traditional and modern Korean dishes. Back in her kitchen, she shares with us her super-simple recipes, inspiring everyone to try out Korean flavors and ingredients for family and friends.


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S01E01 Fish and Seafood 19/04/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo samples Korea's finest fish and seafood, from the biggest fish market in Seoul, Noranjin, to the remote clam tents near Busan. Back home, she shows us a delicate steamed ginger sea bass dish, a classic seafood pancake with scallops, Pajeon, and a fusion dish of spicy mussels.
S01E02 Summer Flavors 26/04/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo shows us what Koreans love to eat during the heat of a Korean summer in the capital Seoul and on the beaches of Busan. Back home, she serves up her delicate chicken ginseng soup, Naeng-myung, ice cold buckwheat and sweet potato noodles and creamy red bean ice popsicles.
S01E03 Fusion 03/05/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo guides through the new fusion food trends in Korea's capital Seoul from fried chicken to Korean Mexican tacos and cocktails. Back in her kitchen, she shares the best and Ultimate Fried chicken recipe, a dish of spicy pork tacos with gochujang ketchup and Kimchi mayo, and serves up the perfect end to a Korean meal, with a plum wine granita.
S01E04 Street Food 10/05/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo samples Koreas best street food and visits the vibrant street markets of Seoul and Busan. Back home, she offers simple versions of classic streetfood dishes, Japchae Noodles with Prawns, Soy and Sesame Chicken skewers and Salty Caramel Hotteok pancakes.
S01E05 Traditional Classics 17/05/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo introduces us to some of the most well-known traditional, classic Korean dishes of Bibimpap, tofu and Bossam, a pork dish. Back in her kitchen, putting her own twist on these family classics, she serves up an easy to make family-sized beef Bibimpap, a pan fried tofu salad, and a sticky and delicious twice-cooked pork belly Bossam.
S01E06 Family 24/05/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo introduces us to her family for birthday celebrations, lunchbox designing and Kimchi making, as good Korean food is all about family and sharing. Back in her kitchen, she serves up her twist on simple and tasty family dishes. Beef Bulgogi with rice cakes, crabstick fritters and the perfect Kimchi fried rice.
S01E07 Healthy Fast Food 31/05/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo explores the healthy fast food in Seoul on offer to busy commuters, from smartphone shopping to frozen yoghurt. Back home, she serves up a late night ramyun noodle dish, a sushi style crab Gimbap platter and Meaty mandu dumplings with a soy and sesame dipping sauce.
S01E08 BBQ 07/06/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo guides us through Korea's world famous BBQ classic dishes with the help of K pop band, UKiss and her parents. At home, she cooks up Korean-American style BBQ chicken, grilled BBQ rib-eye beef served Korean style, and BBQ sides of Cucumber Kimchi and a simple crunchy radish pickle.
S01E09 Soups and Stews 14/06/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo visits rural Korea and some of the many food festivals in the autumn, celebrating the harvest and Kimchi, and samples the soups and stews eaten in Korean homes this time of year. Vegetables are the only ingredient in an award winning restaurant run by a Buddhist monk in Seoul. At home, inspired by her travels, Judy makes a classic harvest stew, braised beef Kalbi Him, a Pork and Kimchi leftovers stew and her own favourite soft tofu and vegetable stew.
S01E10 Pantry 21/06/2014 Executive Chef Judy Joo introduces us to staples of the Korean pantry: chilli paste, rice and green tea visiting, a gochujang village, a rice harvest and tea plantations in rural Korea. Back home, she shows us how gochujang chilli paste adds heat to her Krazy Korean burger, cooks rice and grains the healthy and simple Korean way in her Five Grain rice with grilled squid, and adds green tea to home backing, with a Green tea chiffon cake.

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