• Kyochon, the Korean fried chicken brand which has gone global (it has a branch in Manhattan) quietly opened at SM Megamall Building B last April 29. Being the K.F.C. lover, I was really excited to sample their specialties and how it fares with the competitors.

     

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  • I’ve fallen in love with their Soonsal Series because I can eat it alone but the temptation to indulge in rice came when Kyochon’s Kimchi Rice was served. It was huge, hot and really inviting topped with sunny side up egg. The idea that there were more kimchi than rice made me dig in to the experience enjoying it with Original and Red Series. It was easy washed down with pure barley tea drink. No sweetener and feels-like-Korean-home Barley Tea saved me from being guilty binging on chicken with rice at Kyochon. It was filling, tasty and more importantly a happy experience. I will probably try their Kyochon Fried Chicken Series with nuts on their chicken served again with their Jambalaya and Honey Mustard Dipping Sauces. – See more at: http://www.jobonsol.net/2014/05/event-whats-with-kyochonph-and-why-its.html#sthash.c2D0mymL.dpuf

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  • Did Kyochon make good on their promises? I believe so.  Their food doesn’t taste like fastfood, is not greasy, and doesn’t give the bloated feeling after.

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  • They don’t feel greasy and I don’t feel bloated after. It’s just a matter of preference whether you try the original series (soy and garlic), red series (spicy), honey series (sweet honey choice) and soonsal series (boneless, rice-battered served with mustard and jambalaya sauce).

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  • Our awesome planet

    KYOCHON, which started the double-fried chicken craze in South Korea in 1991, is finally in the Philippines! But Filipinos are not that familiar with the brand despite its #1 double-fried chicken status in Korea.

     

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