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A Trail of Breadcrumbs Left Behind By Lies And Betrayal In All-New Korean Drama ‘Bread, Love And Drama’, Weeknights On Zee Café

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Zee Café takes great pride in being the one-stop shop for all kinds of entertainment you desire –Jyothi Venkatesh

With great profound interest and curiosity built around the rise of Korean Drama in India, until now there was very little to show in terms of a big screen experience of watching your favourite Korean dramas on television.

A delight for K-fans and a first for any English TV channel, Zee Café recently announced a slew of must-watch K-dramas like Descendants Of The Sun and the Lee Min Ho starrer Boys With Flowers.

Next on the list is the IMDB 8.1 rated K-drama ‘Bread, Love and Dreams’ in the original foreign language starting Friday, 25 June from 7PM-9PM.

While the crux of the show focuses on a family dispute for the next heir to a baking empire, you can surely expect to feast your eyes on a ton of delicious confectionary and mouth-watering delights.

Ranked as one of the top must-watch dramas, this series stars famed actor Joo Won, multiple time Korean Drama Award winner Yoon Shi-yoon and Lee Young-ah.

Look forward to a plot twist of lies, innumerable betrayals and infidelity and find yourself hooked onto this exciting show for its cliff hanging narrative and over-the-top splendid performances by the cast.

The series revolves around Kim Tak Goo (Yoon Shi-yoon), the eldest son of Goo In Jong, the president of Geosung Enterprise and a legend in the baking industry.

Although he is an extremely talented baker and seemed destined to succeed his father as president, Goo In Jong’s family plots to rob him of his inheritance because he is the illegitimate son of his father’s mistress.

Tak Goo’s determination to become number one in the baking industry drives him to rebuild his career from scratch despite the many trials he faces.

A feudal rivalry that goes beyond pots and pans, this is one Korean drama series not to be skipped out on, starting Friday, 25th June, weeknights from 7PM-9PM on Zee Café