|Rinky Tuano- CEO of Riley Food Corporation|
|Original Crispy Korean Fried Chicken|
|Chef Jung of Gangnam Wings|
|Chef Jung with his kitchen staff|
|Selfie with Korean Chef Jung|
What I personally like about their wings is that the way Chef Jung spiced up each piece. You can still taste the goodness of the chicken enhanced by the spices and even the hot wings that have a powerful kick would not make you feel like tearing up. The ‘hot spicy’ taste just lingers with each bite, you know that it’s there but it won’t overpower the goodness of the chicken. It is mind boggling but I guess it’s a secret of Chef Jung and I won’t bother asking him how he cooked his wings.
If you are a Koreanovela or K-Pop fan probably you heard about the popular Korean dishes such as Jap-chae, Pijeon and even the Korean alcoholic beverage- soju. What’s nice about Gangnam Wings they also serve popular dishes from Korea and Chef Jung cooks each one with such passion. The result is authentic Korean dishes that you can all enjoy at gangnam wings.
|Korean Spicy Dry Noodles with Chicken|
|Korean Seafood Spicy Noodles (soup)|
|Pajeon Korean Seafood Pancake|
|Yangpa Bomb- large deep fried onion with dips|
|Teokbokki Korean Rice Cake Spicy Noodle Soup with Cheese|
|Rock Melon Korean Bingsu|
|Oreo Mango Bingsu in chocolate ice cream|
Where is Gangnam Wings and is it affordable to eat there?
|famous Korean Watermelon Soju- Gangnam Wings is the very first to introduce this to the Philippines. Light alcoholic beverage that has a fruity taste.|
|Enjoying my watermelon soju- the soju (bottle) can be added to those who prefer a stronger drink with a kick. I want mine a bit stronger- so bottoms up!|
|popular Korean soju- Soju with Yakult|
|So love the fusion of flavors- somewhat sour with just the right kick. Sojurita anyone? Cheers!|