In “Ramyun Brothers,” the trio cooks ramyeon – a Korean take on Japanese ramen – and serves it to diners in Japan to see if they love it.
“Ramyun Brothers” reunites Kang Ho-dong and Lee Seung-gi more than a decade after they worked together in “2 Days 1 Night” and “Strong Heart.” They team up with Bae In-hyuk, the crown prince in “Under The Queen’s Umbrella” who also appeared on “Why O Soojae” and “Cheer Up.”
‘Ramyun Brothers’ in Japan
The show’s producers said they wanted to show “the warmth and strong determination of the brothers who do all they can to overcome so many obstacles.” Viewers should watch out if the team can capture the taste of Japanese foodies with ramyeon recipes that are popular in Korea.
In Southeast Asia,“Ramyun Brothers” will be available to stream on Viu starting today. In Korea, it will premiere tonight and air every Monday night for the next seven weeks on Discovery and TV Chosun at 10 p.m.
Warner Bros. Discovery, the exclusive international distributor of “Ramyun Brothers,” said it is “looking for other partners to make the mouth-watering show available in other parts of the world.”