Yuh Gook Dae is a talented chef who is sassy and considerate but heartbroken in the past since his divorce. His heart later on gets healed when he falls in love again. 28-year-old Park Song Ah is idling at home after quitting her job. She goes to a homemade dosirak shop as her brother's request and meets three attractive men there. The pretty and delicious food that they make touch her, and she gets her heart stolen by one of them. A cute funny story about a couple who bicker constantly but their relationship gradually blossoms into pure innocent love.

I Order You - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 20 minutes

Premier: 2015-07-06

I Order You - As Long as I Have You (album) - Netflix

As Long as I Have You is the tenth solo album by Roger Daltrey, released on 1 June 2018.

I Order You - Overview - Netflix

Work on As Long as I Have You was started shortly after Going Back Home was released in March 2014. Following his seven-month battle with viral meningitis, Daltrey planned on shelving the project until Pete Townshend heard the early mixes and expressed interest in playing rhythm and lead guitar. Recording continued during breaks on The Who's 50th anniversary tour, The Who Hits 50! As Long as I Have You features Townshend's guitar on seven tracks as well as guest performances from Mick Talbot on keyboards and Sean Genockey on lead guitar. The album is a mixture of self-penned tracks such as “Certified Rose” and the soulful ballad “Always Heading Home” along with songs that have inspired Daltrey over the years including Nick Cave's “Into My Arms”, “You Haven't Done Nothing” by Stevie Wonder, Stephen Stills' “How Far” and the title track originally recorded by Garnet Mimms in 1964, the year that Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon changed their name from The High Numbers and became The Who.

I Order You - References - Netflix