Pasta

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4.7
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  • So many glowing reviews
    How could I not watch this after all the glowing reviews? Lee Ha Nui was cute but I kept waiting for the lead actress, I remembered Lee Sun Gyun from Coffee Prince, so I was waiting & waiting & waiting for his character to develop. The show was a lot of nothing............... The guy with long hair was cute, he was window dressing.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    A Pasta in Love: A Culinary Romantic Comedy
    As a culinary student, I appreciated a lot of the smaller details in the drama. I was also able to form a connection with the main female lead--I could relate to her struggles being the "makneh" and dealing with sexism in the kitchen. She became a role model for me because of her persistence and willpower. I also liked that she didn't cry in every other scene like most females in kdramas. Nor did ...
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  • 0 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Yeh, Chep. No, Chep,
    Pasta was an endearing romcom that made this pasta lover quite hungry a few times. The cast was great. It was my first time seeing Lee Sun Gyun in a lead role. I love his voice. *swoon* Up until this point I was no fan of Gong Hyo Jin and really had no clue why people adore her. I have to admit I saw a bit of why in Pasta. She bordered on brillant. The supports were good and hubba hubba No ...
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  • 1 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    GREATLY DISAPPOINTED & EXTREMELY FRUSTRATED!!!
    I watched this show because I loved Hyo Jin Gong on both The Greatest Love (1 of my top 2) & Thank You, with Jang Hyuk (best actor, ever) & thought I'd not be disappointed. Unfortunately, that was not the case. Her character was strong, as in the 2 aforementioned dramas, in the sense of her persistence to achieve a much sought after goal; but, that's where it ended.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Bravo, complimenti! A very good show!
    I feel as if this show was up to par with the other Korean Drama TV show, Coffee Prince, which I also felt was an amazing show. (Not to mention the fact that the guy I wish the girl in Coffee Prince was paired up with in the end, is in this show too!) As I said on the last episode, if this show were a meal at a Fine restaurant, I would say that all the flavors complement each other very well to ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    I'm not sure the ending stays true
    To the show's original intent but it is still very cute.I was hooked from the opening sequence and all the food porn!!! Oh my god the food looks amazing and the chef is such an adorable jackass. I really, really loved him and alex and gong hyo jin. I was very charmed by the food in the drama.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Pasta Korean Drama. My Two Cents
    I like it. Im only on episode 17 buts its pretty good. It has some great acting and the characters are completely loveable. THe Chef is a great character that does very much remind me of my old Home Ec teacher.. SHudders... He is utterly annoying and adorable at the same time. He is wonderfully portrayed by Mr. Sun (dont remember the rest of the name.. haha..)
    Also i liked the progression of ...
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  • Only on the forth episode!
    I'm enjoying this soap, very much. It moves along and doesn't leave you unsatisfied at the end of the chapters. The best part is that there is enough cooking details that I can learn how to make some ot the dishes. (I don't think most would watch this show unless they like chefs and cooking!) I especially like that the main female character has spunk and is not "ran over" like in the other ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    "In my kitchen, men give birth to the NEWBORN!!!" - Chef
    "Pasta" follows the story of the entire La Sfera's kitchen, from cooks to Chef to assistants and even the CEO. It all starts after hiring Chef Hyun Wook, a man who may initially come as mean, rude, and a total misogynist(he fires all the female cooks and vows to never have a woman in his kitchen). Yoo-gyeong sticks to her job like gum, so she eventually wins her position as a cook. Chef turns the ...
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  • Super acting and story
    This by far is one of my alltime favorites and im only in the 6 episode to this date!....
    This ranks up there with princess hours and coffee prince. The acting by all cast members is excellent and this drama has a excellent story line...I recommend it to anyone who loves dramas from korea!
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