KFC, Korea

I tend not to eat fast food while in Korea. There are multiple reasons behind this: healthy living, cheaper alternatives, and why eat something that you can eat back home. Every so often, I do find myself in a fast food chain though. And I think it can be a good aspect to consider the different culture now.

This was my first time at a KFC in Korea and much of the menu is similar to home. The main difference that I noticed were the Chicken Bulgogi Burger, the usual Korean addition to international food chains here. I think there are also a lot more burger options here – but this could be because I’m not too familiar with the menu back home in Canada.

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We decided to go with the Chicken & Tower Pack that came with two pieces of chicken, a Zinger Burger, a Tower Burger,  and two medium cokes.

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As usual, the food tasted like fast food. Did its job to satisfy my need to eat. It’s like KFC back at home, with its labels and wrappings in Korean.

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