Heads Up, ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ Is Officially Cooking Up A Second Season

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 confirmed for a new season and new cast members will be added for more fun and laughter.

Jinny’s Kitchen is cooking up Season 2

Park Seo Joon and Lee Seo Jin

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

The highly popular cooking show Jinny’s Kitchen is returning for a second season and production is starting soon. Leading the cast will be Lee Seo Jin (Three Meals A Day), the boss of the kitchen. Park Seo Joon (Gyeongsong Creature) is also reportedly coming back for Season 2.

A rep from Korean network tvN revealed that filming for season two is already underway but they cannot disclose nor confirm  the cast members except for our beloved Jinny. Filming will start in mid-March and the cast and crew will be flying to Iceland for the new season!

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.

The first season of the show featured Korean celebrities Jung Yoo Mi (Rooftop Prince), Choi Woo Shik (A Killer Paradox) and BTS member V. It was set in Bacalar, Mexico and earned viewership ratings between six and nine percent during its run.

Unfortunately for fans of BTS and the show, V will not be returning for the second season as he is currently carrying out his mandatory military service.

Where to watch it in Singapore

You can watch ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ on streaming platform Prime Video. Stay tuned for more details on the streaming for the second season.

What are you looking forward to in Season 2? 

(Cover photos from: @bn_sj2013, @antenna_official)


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