Prime Video recently announced that “Jinny’s Kitchen: Team Building” — starring “Jinny’s Kitchen” cast members Lee Seo-jin, Jung Yu-mi, Park Seo-joon, Choi Woo-shik, and V of BTS — will be available on Prime Video in the Philippines and more than 240 countries and territories worldwide excluding South Korea and China, starting Sunday, November 12.

“Jinny’s Kitchen” was a hit with global audiences, and fans can look forward to more of the trademark fun in these two special episodes. These two episodes feature the cast reuniting to improve team-work and improve communication after previously running a Korean snack restaurant in Bacalar, Mexico. Full of fun team-building exercises and hilarious moments, the special episodes will provide much entertainment and laughs. Producing director Nah Yung-suk contributes to the amusing moments with engaging challenges and games that boost the cast’s competitive spirit.

Prime Video customers in the Philippines and 240 countries and territories worldwide will be able to stream “Jinny’s Kitchen: Team Building” starting November 12.

“Jinny’s Kitchen: Team Building” joins thousands of other shows and films available on the Prime Video catalogue, such as “Linlang,” “Fit Check: Confessions of an Ukay Queen,” “Cattleya Killer,” “Ten Little Mistresses,” “Walang KaParis,” and “Deleter,” Korean titles such as “Jinny’s Kitchen,” “Island,” “The Kidnapping Day,” “The Killing Vote,” “HeartBeat,” “Lies Hidden in My Garden,” “Tale of The Nine Tailed 1938,” and anime hits such as “Rurouni Kenshin,” on top of award-winning and critically acclaimed Amazon Originals like “Gen V,” “Citadel,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” “The Boys,” “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,”  and Emmy and Golden Globe winners “Fleabag” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” 

Prime Video members are able to watch films and shows anywhere and anytime on hundreds of compatible devices. In the Prime Video app, members can also download episodes on their mobile devices and tablets and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost. Prime Video is available in the Philippines for just P149 per month.

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