Parents' Guide to

The Hungry and the Hairy

By Ty'Kira Smalls, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Wholesome bike duo rides through conversations and cuisine.

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This show is driven by the food (full pun intended) -- cusine and conversation bring depth to this duo's adventures across Korea. They talk about marriage, relationships, celebrity culture, and so much more. Though sometimes bromidic, conversations in The Hungry and The Hairy are still engaging to watch.

Jung Ji-hoon's calculated planning and disciplined personality pairs well with Ro Hong-chul's boisterous and goofy one. The depiction of their friendship is very wholesome, authentic, and charming. Exaggerated animations of their personalities comedically heighten the differences between them.

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