That looks good, doesn’t it? That’s Korean style fried chicken. You can say Korean style, but fried chicken is fried chicken no matter how you handle it. Yet, my friends were telling me while the chicken eating jams pumped out of the speakers, “Koreans eat the most fried chicken.” Is that true? The photo above is of the sweet flavored version (Soy Garlic). There’s also a spicy that’s a killer. It’s almost too hot and had everyone burning. I’d suggest opting for the sweet Soy Garlic which will make you smile. It’s not over fried, and it’s juicy, and made per order.
You can get different parts of the chicken, but they know what’s tastiest and cheapest the dark meat. Keep in mind that it takes 25 minutes for the chicken to get made. You can order ahead even if you plan on eating there. We ate 4 baskets of chicken between 10 people.
This version was boring. Simple fried chicken didn’t have the zing compared to the flavored, but at the same time, it was good too. We also got fried gizzards, and they even have dishes like duk boki, salads, fries, and sandwiches. The duk boki is typical, the fries and onion rings are just okay. I’d stick with the chicken.
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