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Chef Lee Yeon-bok, who boasted close friendship with BTS Jin and Jeon So-mi, reveals his amazing connection with stars again

Broadcaster – Chinese restaurant Chef Lee Yeon-bok (62 years old) revealed his meeting with a famous male singer.

Lee Yeon-bok posted several photos of him cooking with singer Young Tak (38 years old) on his Instagram on April 6th.

Lee Yeon-bok

He said, “I and Young Tak made the cold salad with abalone that he really likes. Please introduce his new song and look forward to the content on our Youtube channel. It’s really interesting. The video will be uploaded at 8:30 p.m tomorrow (April 7th)”.

Lee Yeon-bok
Lee Yeon-bok

The released photos showed Lee Yeon-bok and Young Tak making abalone cold salad. IThe delicious dish caught the attention of netizens.

Lee Yeon-bok

This is not the first time Lee Yeon-bok has shown off his wide connections with people in the entertainment industry. Earlier in February, Lee Yeon-bok posted a photo taken with BTS Jin on his Instagram and wrote, “Seok-jin (Jin’s real name) is really serious about learning one-point lesson cooking”, showing their friendship.

Lee Yeon-bok

In October last year, he drew attention by posting a proof shot of his meeting with singer Jeon So-mi along with the caption, “Jeon So-mi’s new song release. Please give her a lot of love”.

Jeon So-mi, who visited Lee Yeon-bok for the content on his Youtube channel ‘Lee Yeon-bok’s lucky bag’, and showed her explosive chemistry beyond ages with Lee Yeon-bok, drawing enthusiastic responses from netizens.

Lee Yeon-bok

Lee Yeon-bok is currently appearing in KBS2’s entertainment program “Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant”. Last year, he opened the Youtube channel “Lee Yeon-bok’s lucky bag” and is also active as Youtuber.

Lee Yeon-bok

Young Tak released his new song “Wanna Go Get Some Abalone” on February 10th. After then, he was appointed as an ambassador for abalone in Wando-gun, Jeollanam-do, and has appeared on various TV and radio programs to promote abalone of Wando.

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