QUITE a number of Filipinos are huge fans of K-pop and K-dramas (“K,” referring to South Korean); they are singing their songs without a single care that they might be mispronouncing Korean words, or dressing up like the latter which makes them stand out in the crowd.
Korean influence has passed the limits of just music and shows, it also extends in food and drinks.
Korean restaurants and Korean-inspired cafes sprout left and right, in every corner of the city. However, one common dish in their menus remains to be those with the use of poultry, particularly chicken.
And as we all know Filipinos love fried chicken, to the point that we possibly have tried several variety of the favored fried flightless bird.
Perhaps, there’s still more into fried chicken that we haven’t tasted yet.
Breaking away from the “traditional” Korean restaurants and grills, KK Chicken brings a modern twist to Korean-style fried chicken by highlighting authentic Korean flavors with a hint of their own KK charm.
KK (Krispy Krunchy) Chicken-Korean Fried Chicken, located along 6th-17th Streets, Nazareth, Cagayan de Oro City, offers a Korean style fried chicken with flavors that are distinct, authentic and exciting. It strives to interest even the most discriminating tastebuds and become a solid local brand.
It also aims to deliver more surprises in every visit.
KK Chicken has begun opening its door to the public on Friday, June 14, serving five explosive flavors, namely: Yangnyeom, Korean red chili sauce with a hint of sweetness; Ganjang, Korean soy garlic glaze; Snow Cheese Chicken, blend of premium “snow cheese;” Honey Butter Chicken, sweet and sticky honey butter glaze; and KK Original, classic Korean style fried chicken.
KK Chicken also serves Kimchi Fried Rice and Japchae, the perfect companions to your chicken.