We are taking you on exciting adventures with food, travel, and inspirational people.
Feast your eyes on delicious Korean dishes served in a traditional restaurant; be taken on a romantic trip through Hong Kong; follow a celebrity’s footsteps in their unique everyday lives; get dreamy-eyed with two handsome police cadets, and be astonished by a family households’ ups and downs.
Here are 8 amazing shows on Viu that you need to put on your ‘must-watch’ list this month.
Feast of the Gods
You should watch this: if you love food and cooking
Two strong-willed women are trained as chefs at a traditional royal Korean restaurant, Arirang. They constantly battle against each other in cooking competitions to see who will become the restaurant’s master chef. Meanwhile, they slowly find out about their true identities and sad pasts. They put their passion into Korean cuisine while living up to their integrity and happiness.
The delicious Korean dishes, prepared by the talented chefs, will make your mouth water. Get your dose of inspiration for cooking and drama in this one show!
It Happened in Hong Kong
You should watch this: if you are a wanderlust traveller
Starring Aahana Kumra and Amol Parashar, both of them meet by chance in Hong Kong. After getting to know each other (through a short conversation in a taxi and a cafe), they agree to explore Hong Kong together for a couple days. Day by day, they learn about their complicated situations back home in India.
An enthusiastic pair of wanderlusts takes you to the extraordinary spots in Hong Kong. Be inspired by their ‘life and travel’ quotes and heart-to-heart conversations about finding true happiness in life.
All the Butlers
You should watch this: if you are looking to be inspired by famous people
In every two episodes, four celebrities (Lee Seung-gi, Yook Sung-jae, Yang Sae-hyeong, and Lee Sang-yun) visit and live together with well-known personalities. Following their daily routines, they hear the masters’ heartfelt life stories.
Be entertained by the celebrities challenging each other (seeing which loser will be sleeping with their masters for one night) and expressing their thoughts through the self-cams.
You should watch this: if you’re into buddy cop movies with a mix of action and comedy
Popular actors Park Seo-joon and Kang Ha-neul play students of Korean National Police University. One has the moves while the other follows by the book. One evening, they hang out together till they witness a young woman being kidnapped. They ask the police for help but they are not interested in looking into the case. So, they have no choice but to investigate it on their own.
This highly rated movie is a must watch for everyone with hilarious comedy and awesome fight scenes.
The Lady in Dignity
You should watch this: if you enjoy watching dramatic twists within the households of the rich
Woo A-jin, a responsible and caring daughter-in-law, enjoys the life of rich and famous. However, her life slowly spirals into chaos after she hires Park Bo-ja to work as her father-in-law’s caretaker. To make matters worse, Park Bo-ja seduces the father-in-law and becomes his wife. All the family members, including Woo A-jin, are in disbelief with Park Bo-ja living together with them.
Filled with mysteries, twisted plots, and quirky dialogues, this is a series you’ll binge. Watch how these two leading ladies manipulate their loved ones and go at each other for their own personal gains.
1 Percent Friendship
You should watch this: if you are looking for varieties portraying intriguing friendships
Reality show 1 Percent Friendship follows two people (with contrast professions, personalities, and daily routines) interact with each other and build their friendship from scratch.
Check out these interesting people and be surprised by how they become friends through various fun activities:
- Ahn Jung-hwan (star soccer player) and Bae Jung-nam (model)
- Kim Hee-chul (Super Junior member) and Jin-u (reporter)
- Kim Min-jun (actor) and Kim Ho-young (musical star)
Will they be able to find 1% of something they have in common and become great friends?
Anarchist from Colony
You should watch this: if you are a historical film buff
Director Lee Joon-ik’s critically-acclaimed films – including The King and The Clown, Hope, The Throne, and Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet – have been praised due to his efforts in highlighting the Korean historical and social events to the public.
He returns with his latest work The Anarchist from Colony – a story of a Korean independent anarchist Park Yeol. He leads an anarchist group ‘Heukdohwe’ and strategizes in assassinating Crown Prince Hirohito.
Follow his adrenaline pounding mission in fighting for the Korean people’s freedom. The sharp-edged dialogue battles in prison, interrogation room, and courtroom are some of the most entertaining scenes to watch.
Marry Me, Now
You should watch this: if you love dramas about family and marriage
The story revolves around the multi-generational families. Each of them encounters various everyday life situations – the old generations are having mid-life crises while the young generations are learning to step out of their comfort zones independently.
Expect bountiful of laughter, romance between couples from different walks of life, and dramatic twists.