Go Min Si Is The New Intern At ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’

Time to get your cooking pots out

Do you miss watching the K-variety show Jinny’s Kitchen? We’ve got some good news for you! The cooking show starring Lee Seo Jin is out now and Go Min Si is the latest member of the crew.

'Jinny’s Kitchen' Season 2

Watch the harmonious (and sometimes chaotic) interactions among these stars. (Photo from: @primevideosg)

Jinny’s Kitchen Season 2 cast

Park Seo Joon and Lee Seo Jin

Left - Park Seo Joon. (Photo from: @bn_sj2013); Right - Lee Seo Jin. (Photo from: @antenna_official)

Filming started mid-March, and the cast and production team flew to Iceland for the new season. Leading the cast is Lee Seo Jin (Three Meals A Day) AKA Jinny, the boss of the kitchen. OG members Park Seo Joon (Gyeongsong Creature), Jung Yumi (Kim Ji-young: Born 1982) and Choi Woo Shik (Our Beloved Summer) are also back for more fun and laughter. Unfortunately for fans of BTS and the show, V will not be returning for this season as he is currently carrying out his mandatory military service. 

To ease the sadness of the fans, Go Min Si came on board the show, and she was warmly welcomed by her co-stars. Fun fact: she previously worked with Choi Woo Shik on the film The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion. 

Production director Na Young Seok (Go Together Nana Tour, The Game Caterers) continues to helm the Jinny’s Kitchen Season 2 production.

What is Jinny’s Kitchen?

The cooking show is a spin-off of the Na Young Seok-directed variety show Youn’s Kitchen. Lee Seo Jin acts as the boss of the new restaurant abroad, which serves popular and traditional Korean dishes to foreign customers. 

For the first episode, you’ll find the celebs preparing and serving up gomtang, a traditional Korean beef bone soup, amidst the chilly winds of Iceland. 

Where to watch it in Singapore

You can now watch the premiere of the 11-episode series on Prime Video. Episode 2 will be out on 5 July. Succeeding episodes will be out every Friday.

(Cover photo from: @primevideosg)

This article was first published on 16 February 2024. Last updated: 1 July 2024.


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