Chef Roy Choi, a.k.a. Papi Chulo, a.k.a. Kogi Truck Boss & Badass, is finally set to star in his own food show. Sound the horns!

Titled Street Food, our best guess is that the CNN show will pay homage to food truck culture; although, CNN has been pretty quiet about specifics. A rep tells Eater: “I can confirm that a collaboration with Roy is in the works but we’re not prepared to release details about the project.”

In addition to his Korean-inspired taco truck, the L.A. son has recently opened several food and booze establishments—including the POT Lobby Bar, POT the restaurant (serving Korean family-style hotpot), and CaFe—all in collaboration with The Line hotel. Choi’s newest project, Commissary, is a “vegetable-focused” (but not vegetarian) restaurant.

We don’t know how he found the time—with overseeing all of these restaurants, the truck, and consulting on the movie Chef—to land his own show. But the amazing Papi Chulo took to Twitter to announce the news:

Choi strongly supports giving back to the community, so it’s possible he’ll give audiences a look at and taste of his native habitat, L.A.’s Koreatown. CNN hasn’t announced when the first episode will air. Stay tuned, though—we’ll be sure to keep you updated.

For the time being, take a glimpse at this shot of Choi filming with pal and Chef director Jon Favreau:

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[via Eater]