Although his career began in South Korea, shining for example as a pastry chef at the Renaissance Hotel in Seoul, it is in the United States that Jiho Kim has developed the last fifteen years of his professional experience. Once on American soil, he has passed through the kitchens of great establishments such as the Viridian Restaurant (Washington DC), L’Espalier (Boston) and, in New York, Gordon Ramsay at the London Hotel, and The Modern within the Museum of Modern Art NY. But his most surprising step came after the pandemic began, turning a karaoke venue into a fun and stimulating pop-up restaurant.
“I know now qualities I want to keep as a chef and also how I want to improve. Like a lot of chefs, I am looking back on the past and reflecting on how I can do things better for the industry that I love ”
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