O’ngo Food Communications has helped with many video productions in Seoul. We have handled the fixing, logistics, location scouting, research, and have been guests on productions in Seoul. Some productions we have worked on include “Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre Foods,” “Rudy Maxa’s World,” “Food Network Asia,” “National Geographic Food Lover’s Guide (Previously Gourmet Diary of a Foodie,” “KBS Primetime,” “EBS Star English,” “The Kimchi Chronicles,” and “House Hunters International.”
O’ngo Food Communications handled the fixing for this shoot in Seoul. We arranged transport, the production assistant, the sound engineer, procured equipment, and helped arrange talent for the shoot.
December- May 2011
Daniel Gray of O’ngo Food Communications was a consultant on the show and he appears on several episodes of the production. O’ngo FC also did food research for several episodes of the production. http://www.kimchichronicles.tv/credits/
See Daniel in the episode below:
Food Network Asia
O’ngo FC scouted the locations to do a cooking shoot and a market tour. Daniel Gray appears in the Kwangjang Market episode
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern
O’ngo FC helped scout locations and Daniel Gray appears in the episode as a guest.
O’ngo FC was scouted out the locations all over Korea for this video shoot. They also arranged transportation, equipment, handled the translation, got guest hosts, and helped with lodging for this shoot. Daniel Gray appears in the episode as a narrator. http://www.gourmet.com/diaryofafoodie/video/2009/01/306_korea