Pasta / 파스타 (2010) #Kdrama Page


Average Score
76.7%
3 rated reviews out of 10

Korean Title
파스타

Network
MBC

Show Format
Miniseries

Year
2010

Episodes
20

Actors

Excerpt from AsianWiki.com


A standard restaurant romance drama with a new female assistant chef joins a strung chauvinistic male head chef who believes females are inferior. Romance ensues.  



LTFG
I love Lee Sun Gyun and Gong Hyo Jin's chemistry in this drama that I need not to explain why when you are able to witness their electrifying and effortless team up.

Outside Seoul
this well-executed dish definitely deserves a passing grade—it’s made with a near-perfect recipe and uses only the finest of ingredients.
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Dramas Whoo!
The story was good and pretty original, and I liked seeing the restaurant setting...I feel the characters got a lot of love from the creators of this drama.
8



Kaede+Jun
the drama moved faster than I expected. It’s not as though a lot of things were happening ...every obstacle had to be overcome by a cook-off.
6/10




Shine a light rose
I think the real success of Pasta is that it doesn’t try to take itself too seriously.  Abysmal plot-devices are at an all-time low. 
9/10



Zombie Mamma
While the plot can be considered a little bit cookie cutter, it was an  absolute delight is seeing so many familiar faces in this ensemble cast,
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Kdramaguk
This was the first drama in a long while that I actually felt MBC hit the same pleasing tones reminiscent of My Lovely Samsoon since
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With an accent
 like cotton candy (excuse my mixed food metaphor): it’s sweet and light, not a lot happens, and it doesn’t stick with you after you’ve finished it.



Kdrama love
There were a lot of cute moments in the show, nothing that really made me laugh out loud, but gave me lots of warm amused smiles instead, and a few times when I even cried or cheered! The music score was excellent too, especially the recurrent theme of the old folk tune The Minstrel Boy. 



RE(MAAARK)ABLE REVIEWS
Unlike The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince, from which Pasta borrows much of its tone, the ensemble is not buddy-buddy at all for most the series, and this split leads to some intense complications for the two leads, but also leads to some ridiculously funny comic relief.
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