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New Korean Pop-up “Soul & Busan” is Coming to Comfort & Floyd This Weekend!

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New Korean Pop-up “Soul & Busan” is Coming to Comfort & Floyd This Weekend!

New Korean Pop-up “Soul & Busan” is Coming to Comfort & Floyd This Weekend!

New Korean Pop-up “Soul & Busan” is Coming to Comfort & Floyd This Weekend!

A new authentic Korean pop-up Soul & Busan is coming to Comfort & Floyd (1301 S 11th St.)  this weekend.  Owner Jenn Kim is taking her culinary talents to E. Passyunk where she’ll be serving up popular and classic Korean dishes.

soul & BusanAn architect by day, Jenn is a natural builder of eye catching things.  Every weekend she puts away her T-Square and picks up her spatula to create her masterpieces.  Jenn Kim is not a trained chef picked up her cooking talents form her mother, “The extent of my restaurant background is working/helping my mom at her food businesses during summers when I was in high school. I found that during the last year, I was turning to the foods I grew up eating for comfort. My mother showed her love for us through cooking and I wanted to extend that,” Kim explained.

Kim’s first Soul & Busan pop-up was actually at Izzy’s 33 (1703 S 9th St.) and since then things took-off.  Although, there’s already hype surrounding this weekend her next pop-up is still in the works but Kim is currently speaking with several restaurants and cafes in the city.   The menu will change for future pop-ups but Soul & Busan will continue to offer their most popular dishes including the Miggy’s chicken sandwich. Check out this weekend’s menu below and on Soulbusan.com.

 

Saturday Menu:

Midge’s Korean fried chicken sandwich

Korokke (potato croquettes)

Kimchi fried rice

Bulgogi beef kimchi fried rice

*highly encouraged to preorder online. limited walk-ins will be available

Sunday Menu:

Kkwabaegi-twisted donuts with sesame cinnamon sugar

Hotteok-popular Korean street food especially in the winter. Pancakes with cinnamon, sugar and nut filling.

Korokke-potato croquettes

Coffee

Korean teas- yuja cha (yuzu and honey tea.

*preorder available however this day will be more of a walk-in vibe

 

 

 

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