Inside the Bay Area Korean-American Cannabis Dinner Series, where tickets sell out fast
One evening in September earlier this year, a group of 45 fashionably dressed women gathered on the luxurious open roof of Four One Nine, an event space tucked away in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood.
They had the chance to get their hands on tickets to attend a unique, immersive, cannabis-infused food event hosted by Korean-American chef from San Francisco Haejin Chun. Chun, 36, has been hosting these pop-us dinners, called Big Bad Wolf, since 2015. It wasn’t until 2018, however – when the state of California legalized the recreational use of marijuana – that the chef , a self – described as a “high level stoner,” decided to add cannabis to the mix.