Fried chicken has a bad rep — and by extension, fried food. It’s billed as the main culprit behind rising obesity rate, sinking academic performance, and middle-of-the-road level of “life is alrightedness”. But as with every impending breakup(best guess: novelty of the next tinder match) and life in general, it’s a matter of perspective. What you’d chalk up to as poor dietary choices can instead(rightly so) be interpreted as “living life to the fullest”. So to all the health nuts out there: while you sit on your holier-than-thou soaked golden tasteless throne, I’ll be pleasantly(and peasantly) dispensing with nursed thoughts on getting rock solid abs and indulging in a flavor bomb of fried nirvana, fitness goals be damned. TYVM.
In that vein, presented here in all its finger licking, juice-inhaling glory: Eung Chicken
Hot And Spicy
Cheesy Creamy Soup Ramyeon Set
Ramyeon Lunch Set
What’s In It For Me?
The way in which the Korean framework has inserted itself into every conceivable crevice of the entertainment industry is uncanny. They’ve hijacked the music industry, turning the active listening of K-music into a badge of cultural significance, redefined the use of plastic surgery as a necessary tool in the working world and most importantly have needled their way into the history books with gems like Gangnam Style. And now with the likes of Eung Chicken, breaking out a taste of Korean cuisine, by delivering batches upon batches of authentic Korean Fried Chicken, I can’t help but box myself into all things Korean related – as long as that box comes prepackaged with an endless vat of hot and spicy chicken.
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