Judy Joo is a Korean American professional chef and television personality. She is the Chef Patron of Jinjuu Restaurant in London and Hong Kong. She is most known as being the host of Food Network's "Korean Food Made Simple" and an Iron Chef UK. She splits her time between New York, London and Asia.
|Born:||December 9, 1974, Summit, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Education:||Kent Place School, Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Science, French Culinary Institute|
|Website:||Judy Joo's Official site|
About Judy Joo
Host of the Cooking Channel series Korean Food Made Special, she is an iron chef who launched her first restaurant, a Korean-American place called Jinjuu, in London in January 2015.
She was an analyst at Morgan Stanley before deciding she wanted to pursue her true passion of cooking. She then enrolled at the French Culinary Institute where she trained and earned the title of valedictorian.
She worked as a recipe developer for Saveur Magazine. She was the executive chef at the Playboy Club London until the summer of 2014.
She was born in Summit, New Jersey.
She worked as a recipe developer for renowned chef Gordon Ramsay.
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