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Choi Ji Woo to Look Far and Wide for Delicious Korean Foods in a Documentary

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2012.11.03 03:00 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Choi Ji Woo is out to spread Korean food across the world.

The actress will be traveling through Korea to learn what different kinds of Korean food are out there in the O′live ′foodmentary′ Choi Ji Woo′s Delicious Korea.

Choi Ji Woo said about the show, "I hope it becomes an opportunity through which Korean food can become more known around the world."

Choi Ji Woo to Look Far and Wide for Delicious Korean Foods in a Documentary

The show′s first episode will air on November 23. It is set to be a food documentary program that introduces Korean foods that aren′t very widely known even among Koreans. Choi Ji Woo and designer Jung Gu Ho will travel across the country from the oceans of Namhae to the mountains of Gangwon-do, and introduce the traditional recipes of each region.

With Choi Ji Woo′s narration, the show will be put together in video essay format.

Choi Ji Woo is a known fan of Korean food, as she always looks for Korean restaurants overseas and always brings lunch boxes full of Korean food for local staff on overseas shoots. She plans to show off her knowledge of and passion toward Korean food, as well as her own secret recipes.

She will also attempt to approach her audience by becoming a friendly figure, climbing mountains and getting on boats to look for the best foods she can find.

Choi Ji Woo said, "I′m thankful that I was able to spread our culture across the world through my acting as a hallyu star. I decided to appear in this show in order to let more people know about the true tastes of Korea."

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