The Hallyu or Korean wave continues to come in surges, with series, movies, and music ruling Filipinos’ pop culture consciousness. Everywhere we look, there is something Korean to enjoy, and now, there will be fresh and delicious Korean treats to consume as 7-Eleven brings the Korean trend to its stores.
The convenience store giant launches today 7-Fresh K-Style Snacks, the Seoul-inspired line from its 7-Fresh Asian series. The series, which started with Japanese rice snacks and kani salad, now adds delectable Korean snacks to its yummy yet value for money fares: The K-Style Plant-based Chicken Burger (P95) made with UnMEAT patties, pillowy buttery brioche bun, and authentic Korean glaze perfect for the health-conscious grubbers; K-Style Garlic Cream Cheese Bun (P49) made with buttery soft bun and generous special cream cheese garlic filling for the cheese lovers; and the all-time favorite K-Style Egg Drop Sandwich (P85) with buttery brioche loaf bread, sweet and savory egg drop dressing, and made extra special with Aguila Gourmet Meats ham.
Each K-style snack is made with fresh ingredients to ensure their top quality and taste. They can be enjoyed individually or bought for groups of friends and family and are perfect to go with a K-drama binge watch or while listening to K-pop hits. They are also an ideal snack companion for busy students, office workers, and just about anyone who wants a Korean-inspired treat anytime of the day.
The introduction of 7-Fresh K-Style Snacks is 7-Eleven’s effort to expand its fresh selection for customers, while also responding to the growing Hallyu food trend which has become a hit in the Philippines and worldwide.
7-Fresh K-Style Snacks are available beginning today, July 27, in select 7-Eleven branches. K-Style Egg Drop Sandwich is available in Rizal, Paranaque, Manila, Makati, Mandaluyong, Pasig, and Quezon City only. K-Style Garlic Cream Cheese Bun and K-Style Plant Based Chicken Burger are available in Rizal, Paranaque, Manila, Makati, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Quezon City, Muntinlupa, Cavite, Batangas, Laguna, and Quezon only.
Nathaniel C. Uy