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by Ina Louise Manto

Aside from wishing you had an oppa as cute as the male lead in your favorite drama, craving for Korean food is inevitable when binge-watching K-dramas or movies. If you’re in the mood for some Korean fried chicken and beer, we’ve rounded up some restaurants that deliver:


KkoKko Pop

KkkoKko Pop is a Las Piñas-based Korean restaurant known for its unlimited wings in 19 flavors. If you’re looking for a restaurant that’s good for sharing (weh?) or have celebrations at home, KkoKko Pop has a Wings Bundle (Php 1,049) that has 40 pieces of their crispy Original Wings. They also have bundles that have rice, fries, kimchi, and soda.

You can order for delivery via GrabFood, FoodPanda, and DeliRush, or message them on their Facebook page.


Noriter Chicken & Beer Korean Restaurant


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Korean fried chicken and beer or chimaek will always be a good idea. Noriter is a Pasig-based restaurant that serves authentic Korean food. You can get their Korean Style Chicken original or seasoned, like their Soy Garlic Chicken (starting at Php 518). If you want a hassle-free grub while binge-watching shows, go for Sunsal Padak, which is a boneless chicken with onion leeks coated with honey mustard soy sauce for Php 518.

Noriter Chicken is open from 10:00 AM to 01:00 AM. For orders, you may call them at (02) 8535-7687 or 096671905 or book via Food Panda.


24 Chicken


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This beloved Korean fried chicken restaurant will make you not want to share it at all. 24 Chicken started as a small stall behind Taft Avenue and has grown into multiple branches serving quality chicken at affordable prices. You can order their boneless chicken either half or whole, which is available in 7 flavors including Jack Daniels, Yangnyeom, and Spring Onions starting at Php 279 for a half size.

24 Chicken is available for takeout or delivery via FoodPanda, LalaFood, and GrabFood.


Kko Kko


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Kko Kko is a restaurant known for the mouth-watering cheese fondue platter with fries, onion rings, and flavored chicken. They also have authentic Korean dishes on their menu, like their crispy K-style chicken that has two options: regular or boneless. They’re available in 5 flavors starting at Php 428: Original, Kko Kko Supreme, Chili, Mayak, Yangnyum, Oh My Garlic, Snow Cheese, Garlic Parmesan, and Buldak.

For orders, you may contact them at 09171556556 or 02 8866 300, or book via FoodPanda or GrabFood.

READ MORE: Easy Korean Food Recipes to Pair with Your Favorite K-Dramas


Soban K-Town Grill


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You might’ve gone to Soban K-Town Grill for your samgyup cravings but did you know that they have Korean fried chicken too? Dak Ganjeong (Php 415) is a favorite among customers; it’s caramelized boneless fried chicken served with 6 side dishes. If you want a full meal, go for their Dosirak Korean Boxed Meals that come with rice, meat, and 4 side dishes.

For orders, visit Soban’s official website or book via FoodPanda or GrabFood.




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You can never go wrong with BonChon’s fried chicken. With multiple branches nationwide, it’s an easily accessible Korean-American restaurant that would satisfy your cravings whenever. Their k-style fried chicken available in Spicy, Honey Citrus, Soy Garlic, or Crunchy Garlic will always be a favorite!

For orders, you may refer to these hotlines or book via FoodPanda or GrabFood.


BOK Korean Fried Chicken


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Bok’s addictive Korean fried chicken is definitely a bang for your bok (pun intended)! They serve fresh boneless fried chicken in large servings that can be enjoyed solo, half, or whole. You can also have your chicken glazed in their signature flavors: Yangnyeom, Soy Garlic, Jack, Spicy Yangnyeom, Honey Lemon, and Korean Buffalo starting at Php 139 for a solo meal.

For orders, you may contact them at 0915-908-4643 or book via FoodPanda.

READ MORE: Korean Food Places That Can Satisfy Your Cravings During Quarantine

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