KFC debuts new KFC Wings in Japanese and Korean flavours in style

Comes in rice Bento sets as well


After the successful Red Hot Chicken, KFC today introduce yet another two more tantalising flavours to their menu – Umadare and Yang Yeum Fried Chicken.

Umadare meaning delicious in Japanese, the new fried chicken on the block features a batter with tangy yet savoury coating while Yang Yeum which means sauce or paste in Korean, is a popular term for Korean fried chicken in sweet and spicy flavour.

The new fried chicken comes in 4 pieces per set, 2 wings and 2 drumlets. Additionally you can choose to have them in a Rice Bento set priced at $6.90 and comes with a regular 7-Up soda drink. Available at all KFC stores islandwide starting from today.

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