NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (Korea Bizwire) — During the K-Food Week 2015 from Sep. 26 through Oct. 4, many Korean restaurants and grocery stores will offer discounts, special promotions, and free services in major U.S. cities, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey, Metropolitan Washington D.C., Philadelphia, San Diego and San Francisco.
This event is sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the U.S. and the aT Center (Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corporation), and the event offers opportunities for everyone, from Korean food lovers to those who are new to Korean food, to enjoy a variety of delicious and healthy Korean dishes and Korean food products at a discount.
Most participating businesses offer dining options with 5% to 20% discounts and special promotions for Korean food products. From the K-Food Week homepage, kfoodweek2015.com, see the participating restaurants and grocery stores in your neighborhood, and check out the top 12 Korean food recipes, healthy Korean food products and stories about Korean food. You can also download the free app K-FoodWeek from Google Play and App Store on iTunes for a guide to participating restaurants and grocery stores near you, and receive deal coupons for immediate use.
During the K-Food Week in L.A., participating restaurants are Flying Chicken Pa-Dak, Food Picnic Day, Healthy Zone Jook Hyang, Jang Choong Dong Restaurant, Mister Bossam, O Jang Dong, and Soowon Galbi KBBQ. For New York Korean foodies, Soju Haus, Byungchun Soodae, Hahm ji back, Su Ra Chung, San Soo Kap San 1&2, Barnjoo, BCD Tofu House, Food Gallery 32, The Kunjip, Kang Suh Restaurant and Kum Gang San Restaurant are participated. In Atlanta, participating restaurants are Ham Ji Bak, Honey Pig, Korean garden, Myung Ga Won, Pear’s Gardens BBQ, Seo Ra beol, Seoul Shing Jung, Sodeulnyuk and Sun&Moon Café. In Metropolitan Washington D.C., you can have special deals in Han gang Korean restaurant, Mandu, Woo Lae Oak and House of Milae during event period. Besides, more restaurants and deals are coming.
Also, most of Korean food stores across the country are participated, such as all branches of H-mart, Lotte Plaza Market, Hannam chain, HY Mart and Zion Market, S-mart, Mega Mart and Woori Food Market.
Byunghong Park, Agriculture Minister-Counselor from the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the USA commented, “I’d definitely like to recommend Korean dishes and Korean food products as we see the trend of heightened interest in safe and healthy food. I hope that more people can enjoy Korean food through this event.”
You can find the latest participants and special deals on kfoodweek2015.com and the KFoodWeek App.
Source: Korea Agro-Trade Center