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K-Pop, Koreanovela, K-fashion – Its official! The Korean craze has stormed the Philippines and many of their dwellers are seen left and right in the prime spots in our country. And now, the invasion continues – KBop Quick Korean is the place to be if you’re craving for delectable and affordable Korean flavors in a Pinoy setting.

KBop Quick Korean Restaurant

KBop Quick Korean Restaurant

This Korean fast food place has a young and modern feel. With authentic Korean dishes and its distinctive spicy taste, it’s as if you’re embracing their culture, without having to leave the metro.

Born out of love for Korean food, business partners Jorge Wieneke (former owner of Potato Corner and Jap-OK) and Mel Gozum, executive of Solar Entertainment Corp. decided to open KBop for Filipinos who thrive for affordable, fun and quick Korean fix. With their business expertise and familiarity with Korean cuisine, they opened their first branch at Fort Bonifacio and it was a success with an overwhelming array of dishes.

KBop Pork Skewers

KBop Pork Skewers

I was so excited to try their menu of Korean food. Spicy dishes were not among my favorites but KBop changed my mind then and there. We were first served the “Bokkumbop” (Kimchi Fried Rice, Php 50). It was spicy yet flavorful, specially when consumed with the sweet and tangy “KBop Chicken” (Korean Style Chicken Wings, Php 160)

Afterward, the “Chapchae” (Korean Glass Noodles, Php 100) became my favorite. The noodles were soft and sweet. We also tried the “Tomi Chim” (Steamed Fish, Php 100) and were a bit spicy but tender. Their “Chandolpakee” (Grilled Beef Steak, Php 250) is ideal for meat lovers looking for a healthier alternative. Pork Skewers (Php 130) is best partnered with beer.

KBop Chicken

KBop Chicken

For dessert, we were served with Mango Panna Cotta. I am a big fan of sweets and the mix of mangoes were just perfect to cap off the spice of the Korean dishes I ate.

With the right ambience and their accommodating staff, KBop is definitely a sure hit for the Korean enthusiasts and Pinoys who crave for their luscious and spicy dishes. Their branches are located at Venice Piazza, upper McKinley Road, McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio and at Sky Garden in SM North Edsa.

Mango Panna Cotta

Mango Panna Cotta

To know more about KBop and their tasty offerings, you can visit their Facebook Page here.

* Text & Photos by Ria Hazel Lumandog

Korean Cuisines: Chap Chae (LL), Bokkumbop (UR), & Tomi-Chim (LR)

Korean Cuisines: Chap Chae (LL), Bokkumbop (UR), & Tomi-Chim (LR)

So what are you waiting for? Looking for a Korean cuisine that’s right for your budget and fits to your appetite? Then visit KBop Quick Cuisine now and be “Koreanized” too.

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