If we learned anything from Anthony Bourdain, it’s that everybody likes a good cooking show; culinary manifestations are a pervasive thing that we often don’t consider in our everyday lives because we take them as a given. But the truth of the matter is that the food we eat is part of our culture, therefore when we take a look at how people eat around the world, we learn and enjoy. That’s the case for this Korean production called “Brother Ramyeon”, a show about a group of men that manage and operate a Ramen restaurant. 

It’s fair to say that this kind of show is the one that you should watch on a full stomach because of the delicacies that you will see, as well as the everyday banter, discussions, and commentary that you would normally expect from a busy shop are also there. While Korean pop music and Korean dramas are almost everywhere on the internet, few niche-centered shows like this one pop out and pique our curiosities. As such, today, we’re sharing with you details on where to watch this program. 

Brother Ramyeon
Working in the kitchen (Credit: Viu Singapore)

What Is Brother Ramyeon?

Brother Ramyeon is a culinary show centered around a group of men that operate and manage a busy ramen shop. These shops are usually very well-knit and tightly run, with one or two people in charge of everyday operations. Ramen is a quick pick-me-up comfort food in those regions; people walk into the store, ask for their plate, get it served quickly, enjoy the tasty concoction of noodles, a frothy, well-seasoned broth, and the proteins, pay and go about their way.

So what’s the curious thing about it? Well, it takes a lot to operate a ramen shop because behind those frothy broths, the yummy noodles, and the meats and produces that brightly decorate your plate, there are many man-hours of preparation work.  The guys in the show go through a series of challenges to see who can best run a ramen shop. They have to learn how to make tasty soup bases, cut vegetables and proteins to perfection, deal with customer service, and use their wit and charm to attract more customers. It’s an exciting ride that will keep you glued to your seat!

Also Read: Brother Ramen Episode 2: Release Date & Streaming Guide

Brother Ramyeon
There’ll be banter and discussions (Credit: Viu Singapore)

Who’s Who In Brother Ramyeon?

In this Korean variety culinary show, we’ll meet Baek In Hyuk, Kang Ho Dong, and Lee Seung Gi; these three dudes are embarking on a journey of setting up a ramen restaurant from the get-go. The thing is that they’re doing it in Japan, where there’s a preferred taste for the way they cook things locally; the Korean ramen version is slightly different. So, there’s a challenge that needs to be overcome. This challenge will involve marketing, a good service offer, and sourcing quality products, as well as keeping up with the demands of the locals.   

The show is full of fun and humor, as well as a lot of learning. Not only will you learn about the culture of the two countries and their food, but also the techniques used in making ramen. And you’ll get to know how Baek In Hyuk, Kang Ho Dong, and Lee Seung Gi use their creativity to come up with business strategies and recipes to make the restaurant a success. Also, it might just give you some inspiration and useful tips on how to start your own ramen venture. As I said earlier, this is the kind of show you shouldn’t watch on an empty stomach!

Brother Ramyeon Episode Guide

Here in this list, you’ll find the episode guide to this cooking variety show chronicling the lives and business of three dudes in their ramen shop.

  • Episode 1 – 22 May 2023
  • Episode 2 – 29 May 2023
  • Episode 3 – 5 June 2023
  • Episode 4 – 12 June 2023
  • Episode 5 – 19 June 2023
  • Episode 6 – 26 June 2023
  • Episode 7 – 3 July 2023

Where To Watch Brother Ramyeon?

Brother Ramyeon is a TV Chosun and Discovery Channel joint project. Firstly, TV Chosun is a local Korean network, and accessing it tends to be geo-restricted if you reside outside the country. Luckily, there is a method from which you can access this channel, which is the use of a Virtual Private Network. A VPN service masks your location and lets you circumvent these geolocation restrictions. 

Once you get a VPN, all you need to do is to navigate to TV Chosun, provide your login credentials by signing up and tune in to the telecast on Mondays at 22:00 hrs Korean Standard Time to watch the show. If you reside in a different timezone, you’ll find below the time schedules according to your region. 

  • Canada: At 09:00, Eastern Standard Time, on the same day
  • Indonesia: At 08:00, Indonesian Standard Time, on the same day
  • Europe: At 13:00, Greenwich Standard Time, on the same day
  • Britain: At 14:00, British Standard Time, on the same day
  • Malaysia: At 09:00, Malaysia Standard Time, on the same day
  • USA: At 09:00, Eastern Standard Time, on the same day
  • India: At 18:30, Indian Standard Time, on the same day
  • Japan: At 22:00, Japan Standard Time, on the same day
  • Australia: At 23:00, Australian Standard Time, on the same day
  • Philippines: At 21:00, Philippine Standard Time, on the same day

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Al Amin Sagor is simply a movie freak who is passionate about writing entertainment content. He loves to watch web series, and movies and write on celebrity gossip or trendy movie news. He also covers media and entertainment news on various online platforms. He is one of the "Jewel" of The News Titan.


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