Netflix documentary Korean Cold Noodle Rhapsody delivers a history of Korea through bowls of noodles. Photo: Netflix
Netflix documentary Korean Cold Noodle Rhapsody delivers a history of Korea through bowls of noodles. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
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Netflix documentary Korean Cold Noodle Rhapsody explores the country’s history through a summer staple dish, while BBC’s Manhunt thrills in its second series

  • Chef and host Paik Jong-won looks at the history of Korea through bowls of noodles, talks to North Korean refugees and examines a 1950s food delivery service
  • BBC true-crime series Manhunt returns and, despite moments where nothing seems to happen, develops into a stealthy thriller as the tense finale approaches

Netflix documentary Korean Cold Noodle Rhapsody delivers a history of Korea through bowls of noodles. Photo: Netflix
Netflix documentary Korean Cold Noodle Rhapsody delivers a history of Korea through bowls of noodles. Photo: Netflix
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