Two Koreans Try Biryani For The First Time; Reenact SRK’s Iconic ‘Suraj Hua Maddham’

It's a delightful mash-up of Korean food culture and Bollywood fandom.

by Nikitha Sebastian
Two Koreans Try Biryani For The First Time; Reenact SRK’s Iconic ‘Suraj Hua Maddham’

Move over, kimchi! A new video is taking the internet by storm, and it involves Koreans discovering the magic of Indian biryani. An Instagram video doing the rounds shows two Koreans, known as Jin Lim (Ramesh) & Inwook Jung (Suresh) on Instagram, digging into a box of biryani offered by a friend.

Koreans Try Biryani

But this isn’t your typical food review. These K-foodies take their love for biryani to a whole new level, channelling their inner Bollywood heartthrob Shah Rukh Khan. As the flavours of the biryani explode on their taste buds, they break into impromptu renditions of the iconic song “Suraj Hua Maddham” from the movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. Their playful reenactment is spot-on, capturing the essence of Khan’s flamboyant performance with a healthy dose of Korean flair.

The video cuts between the K-foodies belting out the song with hilarious enthusiasm and enacting a romance scene. They even attempt the signature SRK arm extension pose, adding a touch of playful Bollywood drama to the scene.

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Korean Food Culture And Bollywood Fandom

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The infectious energy of the video is undeniable. It’s a delightful mash-up of Korean food culture and Bollywood fandom, proving that the love for good food transcends borders. The video has over 1.3 million views, with people praising the friends’ enthusiasm and their hilarious tribute to Bollywood. It shows just delicious biryani can make you break out in a song because you are simply in awe of the taste.

This viral video is more than just a funny food clip. It’s a celebration of cultural exchange and the universal power of delicious food. It shows how something as simple as a plate of biryani can bring people together, creating a shared moment of joy and laughter.

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So, if you’re looking for a reason to smile today, check out this heartwarming video. It’s a guaranteed mood booster and a testament to the fact that good food truly is a language everyone understands!

Cover Image Courtesy: @jinjung.brothers/ Instagram

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