Let’s Check Out HIGHLIGHT’s Doo-joon’s tvN Drama ‘Let’s Eat’ That Will Make You Hungry

Complete Let’s Eat Food List

Of course, there’s a lot of scenes that make you hungry because of how yummy the food is. Let’s check out the list so you might find that at the Korean restaurant near you!

Let’s Eat (2013)

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Let’s Eat 2 (2015)

Photo Food Name Description Episode

lets_eat-s2-1-squid
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Squid Sashimi Raw squid 1

lets-eat-s2-chinesefeast
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Korean-style Chinese food Lobster (로브스터), Buldojang (불도장), Kungpao beef, Fried pork belly in soy sauce (동파육), glass noodles with peppers (고추잡재), shark fin soup, five-spice sliced steamed pork (오향장육), stir-fried chicken with hot sauce (라조기), sweet and sour pork (탕수육) 1

lets-eat-2-calm-soup
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Clam Noodle Soup (바지락 칼국수) 2

lets-eat-2-2-pork-wrap
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Pork Wraps with Chili Sauce (보쌈) 2

lets-eat-2-2-oysters
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Oysters 2

lets-eat-2-2-golbaengi
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Golbaengi Muchim (골뱅이 무침)

Spicy whelks with noodles

2

lets-eat-2-2-oysters-pancake
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Oyster Pancakes (굴전) Oysters mix with egg 2

lets-eat-2-3-hejangguk
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Haejangguk (해장국) Hangover Soup (contains dried Napa cabbage, vegetables, and meat in a hearty beef broth) 3

lets-eat-2-3-fish-hweh
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Fish hweh (생선회) Korean Sashimi. eaten with red pepper sauce with vinegar or wasabi and soy sauce 3

lets-eat-s2-4-mugwort
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Mugwort rice cake (쑥버물)

Mugwort and sweet rice flour mixed together and then steamed. 4

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Indian food

Naan, samosas, papadums, tandoori shrimp, tandoori kebabs, chana dal, butter chicken, lassi, pilau 4

samgyetang
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Samgye-tang(삼계탕) Traditional korean gingseng chicken soup 5

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Koatgaetang (꽃게탕)

Hot spicy crab stew 5

Japchae
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Japchae (잡채)

Korean glass noodle stir fry 6

deodeok-gui
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deodeok-gui (더덕구이)

Pan-fried bellflower root 6

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Convenience store food

Rice and side dishes, ramyun with dumplings, ramyun with blood sausage, snacks with melted cheese and corn, spicy rice cake risotto, affogato 6
lets-eat-2-7-fried-chicken
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Korean Fried Chicken (양념 치킨) There are 2 types, basic fried chicken and seasoned chicken 7

spicy-Stir-Fried Octopus
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Spicy Stir-Fried Octopus (낙지볶음)

Fried version of raw small octopus 7

mandu
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Mandu (만두)

Korean dumpling 7

strawberry-treats
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Strawberry treats

Strawberry cake, a strawberry cream bun, strawberry juice, strawberries, and cream waffle, and strawberry ice cream 8

pork-cutlet
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Pork cutlet (돈까스)

Slices of pig meat that breaded 8

spicy-pork-ribs
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spicy pork ribs (돼지갈비),

Marinated by either ganjang (soy sauce)-based or gochujang (chili paste)-based 8

Spicy-mixed-noodles
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Spicy mixed noodles (비빔국수)

9

Spicy-Seafood-Noodle-Soup
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Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup (짬뽕)

9

Buckwheat-pancake
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 Buckwheat pancake (메밀전) 9

Intestines
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Intestines (곱창) Either from cow or pig 10

Grilled-Pork- Belly
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Grilled Pork Belly (삼겹살구이) The meat is usually neither marinated nor seasoned 11

cold-noodles
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Cold noodles (냉면) Served with ice in the bowl 11

spicy-rice-cake
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Spicy rice cakes (떡볶이) Made from small-sized garae-tteok 12

fried-food
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Fried dishes (튀김) 12

pork-rinds
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Grilled pork rinds (돼 지껍데기) Marinated pork skin 12

Tom-Yum-Goong
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Tom yum goong Hot and sour soup from Thailand usually there’s shrimp inside 13

Kimchi-Jjigae
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Kimchi Jjigae Kimchi stew 13

Grilled-mackarel
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Grilled mackerel Simply salted mackerel and then grilled 13

fried-rice
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Bokkeumbap: 볶음밥 Korean style fried rice 14

bean-noodles
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Bean noodles (콩국수) Noodles in cold soybean soup is a seasonal Korean noodle dish served in a cold soy milk broth. 14

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Namul (나물) A variety of edible grass or leaves or seasoned herbal dishes 15

fried-zucchini
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Pan-fried zucchini (호박전) Part of the side dish 15

Seolleongtang
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Seolleongtang (설렁탕) Ox bone soup is a Korean broth tang made from ox bones, brisket, and other cuts. 15

Soondae
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Soondae (순대)  Blood sausage 16

kimchi
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kimchijjim (김치찜) Braised kimchi 16
octopus-shabu-shabu
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Octopus Shabu Shabu (낙지샤브샤브) 17

Acorn-jelly-salad
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Acorn jelly salad (도토리묵 무침) Korean style salad 17

korean-pancake
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Korean pancake (전) A dish made by seasoning whole, sliced, or minced fish, meat, vegetables, etc., and coating them with wheat flour and egg wash before frying 17

pork-belly-bbq
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Pork belly barbecue (삼겹살) 18

nachos
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Nachos Heated tortilla chips or totopos covered with melted cheese 18

corona-cocktail
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Corona cocktail Made from ice cubes, tequila, triple sec, and lime 18

 

Let’s Eat 3 (2018)

Photo food name description episode

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Fresh Croaker Fish 1

coffee
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Coffee From coffee machine 1

cutlash-fish
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Korean braised cutlassfish- Galchi jorim

2

cereal
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Cereal Corn cereal with milk 2

cold-noodle-soup
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Naengmyeon (물냉면)

Cold noodle soup 3

pasta
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Pasta 3

soju
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Soju (소주) Alcohol drink from Korea 3

hagfish
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Gomjangeo (곰장어)

Eel or hagfish 5

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Samgyeopsal (삼겹살) Thin-sliced pork belly 6

yang-jang-pi
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Yang jang pi Korean mixed vegetables and seafood noodles 6

spicy-rice-cake
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Tteok-bokki (떡볶이 Stir-fried rice cakes 7

cotton-candy
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Cotton candy 8

kimchi-dough-soup
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Kimchi Sujebi (수제비)

Kimchi dough soup 9

jjampong
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Jjampong (짬뽕)

Spicy noodles seafood soup 9

fish-porridge
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Fish porridge

10

blowfish
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Blowfish feast

10

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Ice cream and bread

From princess-theme cafe 10

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Kimchi Sujebi (수제비)

Kimchi dough soup 11
lamb-chops
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lamb chop

11

pizza
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Pizza, chicken wings, and black bean noodles

13

kimchi
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Kimchi

Salted and fermented vegetables 14

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Gizzard shard bibimbap

14

 

Let’s Eat – Behind The Scene

As you already know, every drama has many behind the scenes videos that might get you to laugh or just curious how do they take the scene. Let’s check out some of the iconic moments from all Let’s Eat seasons.

Nervous Kissing Scene (Let’s Eat)

Eating hot chicken stew with bare hands (Let’s Eat 2)

Dae-young sang a bit of ‘Blood, Sweat, and Tears’ by BTS to defend the boiled meat over the grilled meat (Let’s Eat 3)

This is Why You Should Watch Let’s Eat All Seasons

  1. The Foodporn 

This drama will give many new references for Korean food that you should try. Also, the way the director has made the food look so fascinating will make you hungry every time you watch this drama, so don’t forget to prepare your food before watching Let’s Eat!

2. The Cast is Amazing                                                                                              From the first series to the latest series we can see that the characters are always developing and also the acting is amazing. They can really show their own character from every actor and actress.

3. The Theme Loneliness                                                                                            Everyone has felt lonely in this world at least once in their life. This drama can show every type of loneliness and how people deal with it.

4. Chemistry                                                                                                                  In Let’s Eat there’s always arguments between the female lead and the male lead but their chemistry is captured really well in this drama. And also, this drama is more focused on building friendship relations rather than romantic relations which is what makes this drama different from any other K-Drama out there.

Latest News About The Actors and Actresses

  1. Yoon Doo-joon: Currently on military service, his latest release is Let’s Eat 3 before enlisting in the military. His Instagram: @beeeestdjdjdj
  2. Lee Soo-kyung: Her latest drama is Left-Handed Wife and she acts as Oh San-ha.
  3. Shim Hyung-tak: Appeared on Welcome to Waikiki 2 in episode 6 and 7 as Gi-bong’s senior.
  4. Yoon So-hee: Latest drama from her is in 2018, which is Witch’s Love. She acts as the main character in this drama.
  5. Seo Hyun-jin: After Let’s Eat 2 and 3 she acted in The Beauty Inside (2018).
  6. Kwon Yul: Different from his fellow mate before, Kwon Yul acted in the thriller genre television series titled The Voice 3.
  7. Baek Jin-hee: Her latest work is the webtoon-based romantic comedy-drama Feel Good to Die.
  8. Ahn Woo-yeon: He acts as Seo Bo-geol in the MBC drama, The Banker.
  9. Lee Joo-woo: Her latest work is the same as Doo-joon, which is Let’s Eat 3. But before that, she acted in Welcome to Waikiki. 

That’s all about all the seasons of the drama Let’s Eat. Don’t forget to watch all three seasons of the drama to fulfill your craving for Korean food and share this post as well to spread the good word!