Gourmet Mukbang Trip: Season 1
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Traveling across Korea to enjoy the heartiest meals, manhwa artist Huh Young-man invites guests to join him for tasty dishes and genuine conversation.
Gourmet Mukbang Trip: Season 1
Season 1 of Gourmet Mukbang Trip has 100 episodes. Because different Netflix countries have different availability for episodes, you'll need to check the episode listing below to see which are available in Pakistan.
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Lee Tae-sung is in Gongju, a place famous for its chestnuts. Side dishes cover the table. One could easily get full before even starting on the hot pot.
Huh Young-man and Wang Bit-na are excited to be in Itaewon. They sample pork bulgogi and altang, a roe stew. These dishes seem more traditional than expected.
Actress Kim Jung-hwa takes a break from child-rearing to enjoy the hearty taste of octopus and mussels from the coast of Gangneung. Today's menu is all for mom.
Clear water means good crab, and lush hills mean good namul. Let's enjoy some doenjangjjigae and eat to our heart's delight with Jang Hyun-sung in Yangpyeong.
Springtime brings the sounds of people scarfing chamgejang and gulping down seodaetang. Jae Hee claims he finally developed an adult palate in Byeonsanbando.
A taste of Jindo was worth the trip. Abalone cooked right at the market and blue crab with side dishes fresh from the sea. Jo Eun-sook is completely mesmerized.
Kim Wan-sun joins this gourmet trip in her hometown of Yongin. Duck on a giant stone plate joins the sweetness of naengmyeon. Everyone is left wanting more.
We walk streets peppered with novel restaurants in Songpa with Song Chang-ui. Whether it's pork belly or a dish of baby octopus, nothing is average here.
This is how to celebrate a first anniversary! Na Tae-joo and Shin In-sun visit Gunsan. We'll start with baekban, tasty side dishes, then a treat of tteokgalbi.
Kim Jae-won visits Hongcheon and can't helping flashing his trademark smile. The tofu with mackeral is extraordinary, but what is yakbapdak? Chicken soup?
It may be raining, but one still has to eat. Park Jun-gyu is off to Songchu and Jangheung. The warm budaejjigae soothes, but the naengmyeon cools down the heat.
When the barley is ripe, it's rockfish season! It's even better next to clams, with abalone to complete the setting. Oh Mi-hee is ready for a taste of the sea.
Is Mullae-dong the new hot spot? That's why Ha Seung-jin is here. The half-chicken samgyetang is tasty, and the nutritious eojuk kaljebi is delightful.
Chinese food master Lee Yeon-bok makes Huh Young-man nervous. Meeting at Incheon, they defend their palates and won't yield. But why keep arguing? Let's eat!
Is this baekban or is this han-jeongsik? Trot celebrity Kim Ho-joong visits Cheonan and sings a touching tune. What is this combination of kalguksu and suyuk?
Gwangyang, a city with both rivers and mountains, is known for its plums. Let's have maesil gochujang with Kim Ji-young. But don't skip the famous bulgogi.
A gourmet trip with Lee Bo-hee from Wando, famous for its abalone. They say you'll kill for scorpion fish and they weren't lying! Eat all you want today!
Follow the coast to the north of Goseong to enjoy its cuisine. Meet marine Song Jae-hee and start with octopus. The sea provides plenty of squid and pollack!
Let's poke around for the true insider Busan tour with Hwangbo. Wow, this shellfish looks like a seagull's beak! Is this tender wandang better than Hong Kong's?
Revered actress Kang Bu-ja samples jang in Sunchang. She summons a mighty appetite for the han-jeongsik – a huge banquet. Who cares about calories at eighty?
Chungju, the center of Tongilsilla, is the center of good food too! Local hero Park Sung-woong savors olgaengi hot pot, while Huh Young-man enjoys the suyuk.
Great to see a friendly face! Old pal Um Hong-gil guides us today. The haemultang brings a taste of the Goseong sea, with pike eel, the savory summer treat.
We meet Sin Dong-uk in the old aristocratic village of Bukchon, on the hunt for elegant treats. The homemade mandu and perfect baekkimchi are to die for!
Gapyeong was a fun place to visit as a kid. What's it like now? Funny man Kim Jong-min is here for noodles. Will he like makguksu? What's on your mind, Mr. Kim?
Picky eater Hye Eun-yee samples the traditional foods of Naju. Can she work up a healthy appetite for hongeo, the pungent ray dish? Of course, this is Naju!
We visit Little France in Seoraemaeul with Jung Kyung-Ho. Whoops, off your game today Mr. Jung? Try an unexpected taste from the past. This town is not bad!
Have a zesty taste of the sea! The autumn treat gizzard shad is best raw, and blue crab delights as tang or muchim. And why not a beach run with Suh Jung-hee?
The royal rice of kings from Icheon is so tasty! Add borigulbi and gejang, and you can't put your chopsticks down. Did Kim Chang-sook really eat all that?
Ha Choon-hwa tastes the spirit of Wolchulsan in the food of Yeongam. There's springy chicken yukhoe and nakji-dechim, blanched octopus that melts in your mouth!
Yang Jun-hyuk is back with his bride. In Namwon, both love and the table blossom! Can even Huh Young-man recognize all the namul, the local mountain herbs?
It's always snow crab in Yeongdeok, right? No! Try hard clams eaten raw, and steamed rice in spicy chilled mulhoe broth. Oh Dae-whan is no villain, he loves it!
Actor Park Sang-min tries traditional geoji-tang, beggar's stew of Jinju. But with bibimbap, angler fish and liver, it's more like buja-tang, a rich man's stew!
When Huh Young-man meets Go Du-sim, a tasty romance blooms at their fisherman's table. Isn't the mackerel from Sokcho savory? Isn't the sotbap fragrant?
Ko Se-won enjoys baekban, buckwheat makguksu and mushroom hot pot of sonmandu with good broth. Cheorwon is cold and tough, but the food on its table? Sublime!
Park Geun-hyeong returns to Jeongeup for a taste of home. Sesame juice namul and gadak-kimchi stir memories. Try a veggie wrap with salad leaves and snail, yum!
We meet Yun Yoo-sun in Gyeongju, the ancient capital. The kongguk bean broth goes with everything from steamed octopus to jangeo-tang, a local take on eel stew.
Join Kang Suk-woo in Namsan, Seoul's center for innovative flavors. The complimentary hangover soup is amazing! Eels are cooked over coals with pan-cooked meat.
Mud flats hide an array of seasonal seafood. There are cockles, baby octopus and hoe from Spanish mackerel. Kim Chang-ok loves meat, so add a bowl of galbitang!
Min Hae-kyung says she only eats at home? Now she has reason to eat out! This pungent spicy stew made from mitten crab full of roe tastes from over the border!
Do Mapo office workers eat too much? Let's do lunch with Park Ji-yoon to find out. It's nakji stir-fry, kimchi with jeyuk, fried and steamed mandu and udon!
Huh Young-man sits down with Korea's Grandma Kim Yeong-ok for a humble Christmas feast in Yeongdong. Let's unwrap this gift slowly and enjoy our time together.
Local hero Lee Dong-gook kicks off our tour of the intense flavors of Pohang. These are the tastes your mouth will remember from the year of the white metal ox!
Huh Young-man dines with Son Hyun-joo, from the "Tazza" TV series, based on his comics. What a charming man! The many tastes of Hongseong are pure bliss.
The food of Jeonju tastes like happiness. These classic flavors make Lee Gyeong-jin let her hair down. What shall we talk about surrounded by so much beauty?
We've heard that the food is extra tasty down south in Haenam. Lee Jong-hyuk leads us to many delicacies from the sea. It's not a party until we start to eat!
When Huh Young-man sat down to eat with actor Lee Pil-mo, he didn't expect much. Now he wants to dine in Jincheon every day! These are tastes beyond imagining.
Let's fill our bellies before we go hiking. Hey, this lodge is better than we expected! Now we are ready to conquer Inwangsan. What do you think Kang Se-jung?
Huh Young-man is in Myeong-dong, Seoul's Wall Street, for stock tips and lunch. What advice does investment wizard John Lee have? "Getting rich was easy!"
Baek Il-seob and Huh Young-man visit their hometown, Yeosu. What mind-blowing dishes do they find in the area of beautiful waters? Prepare for waves of flavor!
As winter ends, Huh Young-man takes a day trip to Gangwon-do with Lee Yoon-ji. Dishes made with Yeongwol's well-known namul prepare us for the summer heat.
Let's eat in historic Iksan. High-spirited actress Jo Mi-ryeong joins Huh Young-man for suitably noble dishes. The bibimbap recipe is unusual, but it's so good!
A rendezvous at Deoksugung Palace. Actress Lee Ga-ryoung from "Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)" arrives in character. "You seem nicer than other men Mr. Huh."
Huh Young-man is in Heyri Art Valley for another meal with the charming Kim Won-hee. These dishes are true works of art. We will have to meet here again.
We are in Chuncheon as the spring flowers blossom. Minho's charisma is still on fire. We need his youthful SHINee energy to eat this enormous side of beef!
The spring harvest in Gochang is octopus and clams. Very familiar face and always-busy actor Jeon No-min joins Huh Young-man for refreshing soup and noodles.
Actor Kim Soo-ro takes Huh Young-man to his hometown of Anseong for a spring picnic. Famous nationwide for its brassware, the city is also a gourmet's delight.
Let's conquer Hangyeryeong! Gangwon FC's CEO Lee Young-pyo joins Huh Young-man on a delicious journey. Lots of food is necessary for traveling mountain roads!
Huh Young-man has plundered Korea's tasty treasures for 100 episodes! Onward to Daegu to find timeless flavors to match Lee Chan-won's timeless voice!