Super Junior′s Heechul Wanted to Marry the Daughter of Chinese Restaurant Owner – From 150304

March 5, 2015 at 12:09 am | Posted in Drama/Film/TV/CFs, Heechul, News/Rumors, Pictures/Videos, tvN, Wonderboys | Leave a comment

Wednesday Food Talk continued its delicious conversations about tangsuyuk, or sweet and sour pork.

tvN′s Wednesday Food Talk is a program where celebrities, who have strong opinions about food, talk about the birth and history of different kinds of dishes.

The program′s panel includes Jun Hyun Moo, Super Junior′s Heechul, actor Kim Yoo Seok, lawyer Kang Yong Seok, Italian restaurant owner and Urban Zakapa member Park Yong In, food stylist Hong Shin ae and food columnist Hwang Gyo Ik.

In the upcoming March 4 broadcast of Wednesday Food Talk, the panelists began their discussion about the nationally beloved dish, tangsuyuk.

Tangsuyuk is a popular Chinese restaurant dish in Korea that is loved by anyone who can eat meat. Withtangsuyuk′s long history in Korea, the panelists are expected to share a lot of stories regarding this popular dish.


During the recording, Heechul especially caught attention as he said, “I wanted to marry the daughter of a Chinese restaurant owner.”

Agreeing with Heechul, Kim Yoo Seok added, “During our time, the kids who played soccer well and whose parents owned Chinese restaurants were the most popular. Most of the kids dreamt of owning a Chinese restaurant.”

Kang Yong Seok shared his knowledge on tangsuyuk, even surprising chef Yeo Kyung Rae, the CEO of the Korean Association of Chinese Food, who came out as a special guest.

Wednesday Food Talk′s episode on tangsuyuk will air on March 4.

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