On Saturday evening, I ate a whole order of Korean fried chicken by myself and it was glorious. I hadn’t had much to eat all day, so when I got the chicken home, I was pretty hungry. I thought there was enough to eat later but it was so good that I kept on eating until it was all gone.
I felt very full afterwards and I didn’t have to eat again for the rest of the evening. There seems to be plethora of fried chicken places all over the city now. When I was a kid, it was either KFC or Church’s. Now there’s global brands from overseas and local run joint, all serving up deep fried poultry.
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I had the great luck to spend three weeks in Seoul in early 2018 and one of my favourite things was the fried chicken. I spent the first two weeks in Itaewon, which was almost overload for me given it never sleeps, and there is all sorts of culture in a 5 minute walk. My third week though I was at an Airbnb in a quieter, and more woke University district with a ton of fried chicken spots where I first met Korean fried chicken…I then entered a new, elevated, fried chicken bracket and have been chasing that dragon ever since!
Phil! You are so lucky to have tried that many fried chicken places in Korea! It’s interesting that so many cultures have their take on fried chicken, all of them delicious!