Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay Praises The Growing Popularity of Korean Food
During a press conference in Seoul on Thursday, popular celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay mentioned the growing popularity of Korean food in London and he evaluated its massive growth potential in the food industry.
Ramsay visited Korea after five years and greatly praised Korean cuisine. "Korean food is immensely popular in the U.K.," Ramsay said, "If you go to restaurants on the weekends, famous chefs are enjoying Korean food from street vendors."
Ramsay recently appeared in the local cooking Please Take Care of My Refrigerator in which he joined in the competition along with other check to cook a dish with ingredients that are found in celebrities' refrigerators. "I came back to Korea because I wanted to feel the energy and trends in the food industry here since I left," said Ramsay. "I work with talented Korean chefs in London and admire their passion."
It was reported recently that the popular British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will be making a guest appearance in the show Fun-Staurant. According to the exclusive report, Ramsay is scheduled to join the filming set of the show.
Ramsay also said to have recently visited the Korean branch of his Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza store in early November and said that he had plans in attending a filming for Fun-Staurant together with popular Korean TV personality Park Soo Hong. The show is expected to showcase Ramsay's world-class cooking skills.
Stars' Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant is a South Korean television program that airs in KBS2 every Friday. The program is notable for popularizing the beverage "Dalgona Coffee" by former cast member Jung Il-Woo.
Chef Gordon Ramsay is no stranger to the cooking industry as he known for being the host of the cooking reality TV shows Master Chef, Hell's Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, Hotel Hell, and more. He not only just a celebrity chef, he is an entrepreneur with popular restaurants in key cities from around the world. He is popular for his way of helping restaurants bounce back from bankruptcy and his way of cursing to chefs and kitchen staff on TV if they are not doing their job right.