The best of us drama addicts eat on the go. When approximately 4-8 hours of your day are devoted to a computer screen, meals are something to we have to budget our time for. They’re also something which can be greatly influenced by the dramas we watch. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or your third midnight snack, any combo of Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese or Chinese delicacies can seem appetizing when you’ve spent years watching actors make and eat them.
So why is it that half the time I see something really mouth-watering, reality is that I’m not eating some freshly brewed pot of hot, steaming kimchi jjigae? I’m munching on cheese puffs… Can life just get any more depressing? (No offense to the cheese puffs.)
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