Where to Order Korean Fried Chicken If You're Craving It Right Now
You can never go wrong with Korean food because there's just so much to love about the cuisine. We love a good serving of kimchi, tteokbokki, jjajangmyeop, and more. And when it comes to alcohol, you already know that soju gets the top spot on our go-to list of boozy drinks. Today, we're putting the spotlight on another favorite: Korean fried chicken. If like us, this is something you've been wanting to treat yourself to for quite some time now, below, we round up a list of stores that can help satisy your k-ravings.
Check out these stores that offer delicious Korean fried chicken.
Enjoy a Korean street food experience in the comfort of your own home with Korean-style fried chicken from Yang Gang. They have six different flavors to choose from: OG, Fire OG, Soy Garlic, Sweet Curry, Yangnyeom, and Kimchi BBQ. Pro tip: Don't forget to order their Cheese Crack sauce because it pairs really well with the chicken. Whether you get the OG Crack, Kimchi Crack, or Gochujang Crack, one thing's for sure—you'll definitely end up wanting more.
The best part about Korean fried chicken from Kko Kko is that each order comes with two pieces of either cheese balls or fried sotteok sotteok. With prices starting at P400, they offer flavors like Garlic Parmesan, Snow Cheese, Original, Yangnyum, and Oh My Garlic. For the ultimate feast, you can add to cart on some Korean Chicken Wings.
If you can't make up your mind on what kind of Korean fried chicken you're craving right now, 24 Chicken has so many flavors to choose from. Want something a little unique? They have one that's called Jack Daniel's. Special shoutout to all cheese-lovers, too. Their latest addition to their menu is the 24 Cheddar and it just might just be your new fave.
For more details and to see the full list of 24 Chicken branches, visit their Facebook page.
BOK Korean Fried Chicken
At BOK, you could go for the Original flavor, which is served with a side of minced garlic, or try the ones drenched in sauce such as Soy Garlic, Korean Buffalo, Honey Lemon, Yangnyeom, and Jack. Their solo meal (starting at P109) includes three pieces of chicken with rice, while their half order (starting at P219) comes with eight pieces. Planning to share? Get a whole order (starting at P429) that's filled with 16 pieces for you and your fam to enjoy.
Rock & Seoul
Have fun choosing from four different flavors: Dak Galbi, Chili Pepper, Yang Yeom, and Sweet Soy. If you're looking for something with a kick, get the Dak Galbi (deep fried crispy chicken thigh poppers covered in a super spicy gochujang-based sauce) or the Chili Pepper (crispy chicken bites lightly dusted with a tangy and spicy powder). For those who prefer less heat, go for the Yang Yeom (with a sweet-spicy glaze) or Sweet Soy. Each flavor costs P220 and can be eaten any time of the day.
Rock & Seoul is located in the Birdhouse at The Corner Market Food Hall (The Podium). They're also available via Pick A Roo, Foodpanda, GrabFood, and cornermarket.ph.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by Esquiremag.ph editors.
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