Feast of Gods

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  • 2012
  • 1 Season
  • 7.5  (35)

Feast of the Gods, which is also known as Supper of the Gods or Banquet of the Gods, is a South Korean television series that first aired in 2012. Jo Eun-jung is credited with writing the series. The show fits well into both the melodrama and comedy genres. Feast of the Gods is directed by Lee Dong-yoon and is aired in Korean on MBC. The series tracks the fates of two girls who had their identities switched. Later in life, these characters end up in competition with each other for a coveted position. The show is set against the backdrop of Arirang, a Korean restaurant with a specialty in royal Korean dishes. Over many generations, this restaurant has selected only the cream of the crop among available chefs to maintain its tradition of serving its specialty. In the early stages of the show Sung Do-hee, who is played by Jeon In-hwa is chosen as the apparent successor. Her nemesis, Baek Seol-hee, goes to great lengths to secure the position. This leads to a series of events that are driven by jealousy and greed where both women put their families and happiness at risk. These events ultimately lead to the women experiencing tragedies and losses of indescribable magnitude in both their lives. Many years after this original feud, when Arirang needs a new chef, Go Joon-young, who is played by Sung Yu-ri, emerges are a candidate for the position. In the meantime, Sung Do-hee's daughter, played by Seo Hyeon-jin, is also vying for the same position. It is revealed that, in addition to their mutual desire for the job, these two have intertwined pasts and identities. The resulting drama explores the meaning of integrity amidst corruption and deceit. Other notable cast members include Jung Min-ah, who plays the young Go Joon-young and Joo Da-young who makes an appearance the young Ha In-joo, Sung Do-hee's daughter. The older incarnation of Ha In-joo is played by Seo Hyeon-jin. Some of the other members of the cast include Choi Jae-ha, played by Joo Sang-wook, Lee Sang-woo, who plays Kim Do-yoon and Kim Bo-yeon, who plays Baek Seol-hee.

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Episode 32
32. Episode 32
May 19, 2012
They announce the next owner of Arirang. The truth reveals that the person that saved Junyoung's life 22 years ago was Inju's real mother.
Episode 31
31. Episode 31
May 18, 2012
Master Chef Sung tells Inju to go back to Arirang. Inju leaves the house regardless of what Youngbum tells her...
Episode 30
30. Episode 30
May 12, 2012
Haemil finally discloses himself at the Food Show in front of Junyoung and Seorhee. Junyoung is disappointed at the fact that he lied to her this whole time.
Episode 29
29. Episode 29
May 11, 2012
Sanarae gets hit after Haemil releases his blog. Junyoung tries to make things okay with Inju, but it's not easy.
Episode 28
28. Episode 28
May 5, 2012
Inju tells Dohee she didn't mean to keep it from her. Inju sees Youngbum sincerely apologize to Junyoung.
Episode 27
27. Episode 27
May 4, 2012
Doyoon takes Seorhee to the tree. Everyone is sad after they find out the truth about Junyoung.
Episode 26
26. Episode 26
April 28, 2012
Dohee finds out that Junyoung is her real daughter and has a hard time accepting the truth.
Episode 25
25. Episode 25
April 27, 2012
Dohee asks Inju if there's something going on between Youngbum and Inu. Junyoung gets blamed for plagiarism again.
Episode 24
24. Episode 24
April 21, 2012
Youngbum goes to Jaechul after he finds out from Inu. Junyoung decides on the menu.
Episode 23
23. Episode 23
April 20, 2012
Youngbum feels weird when he sees Dohee looking at Junyoung. Inu tries to tell Dohee the truth.
Episode 22
22. Episode 22
April 14, 2012
Dohee and Junyoung have an argument regarding firing the employees at Arirang. Doyoon confesses to Arirang that he is Seorhee's son.
Episode 21
21. Episode 21
April 13, 2012
Junyoung finds out that Seorhee is Doyoon's mother. Inju finally confesses to Jaeha...
Episode 20
20. Episode 20
April 7, 2012
Junyoung gets the blame again. She asks Jaeha if he's seen the picture in the pendant before.
Episode 19
19. Episode 19
April 6, 2012
Jaeha is suspicious of Inju, but Inju asks him to trust her. Jaechul tells Junyoung the breaking news.
Episode 18
18. Episode 18
March 31, 2012
Junyoung finds out that she can't feel the nerves on her hand. Baek Seorhee finds out that Inju is not Dohee's real daughter.
Episode 17
17. Episode 17
March 30, 2012
Inju asks Seorhee to disqualify Inju from the competition. Master Chef Sun announces the engagement of Jaeha and Inju.
Episode 16
16. Episode 16
March 24, 2012
Youngbum asks Jaechul if he called him ten years ago in Woodo. Jaechul, not knowing what to do, instantly lies to him...
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
March 23, 2012
Inju gets shocked after seeing Junyoung's pendant. Junyoung and Inju both prepare for the contest.
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
March 18, 2012
Dohee finds out through Master Chef Sun that Seorhee was taking care of Junyoung. Inju finds out Jaechul isn't Junyoung's real father.
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
March 17, 2012
Inju finds out about Haemil. She asks Doyoon why he really came to Arirang.
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
March 11, 2004
Jaeha confesses his love to Junyoung. Inju runs into Junyoung at the hotel where she goes to meet Haemil
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
March 9, 2012
Junyoung gets shocked when Doyoon kisses her. Arirang's chefs get ready for the 'Cook-in-Korea' cook off.
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
March 4, 2012
Inju notices that Jae Ha is falling for Junyoung. Arirang creates an event for chefs all around the world, and Sun No In assigns Inju to work with Junyoung.
Episode 9
9. Episode 9
March 3, 2012
Surhee finds out that the Ethereal Recipe is fake and has a nervous breakdown. Inju decides not to take cooking lessons with Junyoung.
Episode 8
8. Episode 8
February 25, 2012
While Inju and Junyoung are getting ready for the cookoff, Surhee calls Junyoung and introduces her to various tofu recipes.
Episode 7
7. Episode 7
February 24, 2012
Inju lies to her mother that she believes Junyoung is Surhee's person. Dohee wants to kick Junyoung out, but Surhee helps her remain as Arirang's successor candidate.
Episode 6
6. Episode 6
February 19, 2012
While Junyoung was cleaning the kitchen in the early morning, she discovers that the refrigerator has been unplugged. Dohee tells Junyoung to get out.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
February 18, 2012
After the event, Jae Ha comforts Inju as she is crying, and Junyoung see this and runs out. Doyoon runs away from the bodyguards that are chasing after him.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
February 12, 2012
Doyoon asks Inju to return her coat and Inju gets scared. Junyoung takes the Ethereal Recipe to Jae Ha.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
February 11, 2012
Surhee announces that she found the lost Ethereal Recipes from Japan, but Echon calls Sun No In to inform her that the copy is fake.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
February 5, 2012
Seolhee demands a rematch of the competition, but she is put in her place and shown that she already lost to Dohee 12 years ago.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
February 4, 2012
A cooking competition is held at Arirang to choose the successor, and Dohee and Seolhee face off. Seolhee becomes unnerved and ends up injuring herself.
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Feast of the Gods, which is also known as Supper of the Gods or Banquet of the Gods, is a South Korean television series that first aired in 2012. Jo Eun-jung is credited with writing the series. The show fits well into both the melodrama and comedy genres. Feast of the Gods is directed by Lee Dong-yoon and is aired in Korean on MBC. The series tracks the fates of two girls who had their identities switched. Later in life, these characters end up in competition with each other for a coveted position. The show is set against the backdrop of Arirang, a Korean restaurant with a specialty in royal Korean dishes.

Over many generations, this restaurant has selected only the cream of the crop among available chefs to maintain its tradition of serving its specialty. In the early stages of the show Sung Do-hee, who is played by Jeon In-hwa is chosen as the apparent successor. Her nemesis, Baek Seol-hee, goes to great lengths to secure the position. This leads to a series of events that are driven by jealousy and greed where both women put their families and happiness at risk. These events ultimately lead to the women experiencing tragedies and losses of indescribable magnitude in both their lives.

Many years after this original feud, when Arirang needs a new chef, Go Joon-young, who is played by Sung Yu-ri, emerges are a candidate for the position. In the meantime, Sung Do-hee's daughter, played by Seo Hyeon-jin, is also vying for the same position. It is revealed that, in addition to their mutual desire for the job, these two have intertwined pasts and identities. The resulting drama explores the meaning of integrity amidst corruption and deceit.

Other notable cast members include Jung Min-ah, who plays the young Go Joon-young and Joo Da-young who makes an appearance the young Ha In-joo, Sung Do-hee's daughter. The older incarnation of Ha In-joo is played by Seo Hyeon-jin. Some of the other members of the cast include Choi Jae-ha, played by Joo Sang-wook, Lee Sang-woo, who plays Kim Do-yoon and Kim Bo-yeon, who plays Baek Seol-hee.

  • Premiere Date
    February 4, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    7.5  (35)