Because there’s nothing that reminds people of fried chicken more than a slick new smartphone. (And yes, this is real.)
This is K Pro. It recently opened in Hangzhou, China, and it’s the first KFC salad spin-off restaurant of its kind.
Last year, KFC rolled out a special Pokémon campaign in Japan, complete with Pikachu on the bucket. And this year, the character is coming to KFCs in China.
I live in Japan. We have lots of KFCs (including buffets!), where you can get lots of fried chicken. It’s probably the same where you live. But if you live in Hong Kong, you can now order something slightly different.
One thing you’ll learn from the newest installment of DC’s weird, junk-food specialty project: Harland Sanders is like a Kentucky Fried Christ who died and came back to life to spread the gospel of finger-lickin’ poultry parts. The letter column says so.
This isn’t the country’s first KFC buffet. Let’s hope it’s not the last, either.
So, I think the man responsible for hawking fried chicken to millions of people worldwide is, like, a reserve member of the Justice League now.
It’s not the meat that’s pink, but the buns. Which might be worse.
I ate KFC's hideously appealing Double Down Dog so you don't have to.
Oh, and cheese. Let's not forget that!
On November 28, the first "cafe type" KFC will open in Kobe, Japan. And it even serves pancakes and coffee. What does the "C" in "KFC" stand for again?
We've seen beyond the greasy curtain of fast food and discovered how KFC actually makes fried chicken from the raw animal to the final product that gets put into buckets and double downs at their stores. It's basically like how your grandma would do it—except they use an infernal magic machine called "pressure…
In South Korea, KFC's take on the Double Down is, well, something else. You might have seen the promotional pics. Let's have a look at pics of the actual sandwich.
Woah. That's just...woah. But as the little Colonel Sanders character notes, it seems hard to use.
Japan is no stranger to unique Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. There was that fancy KFC bar that opened in Tokyo last year. And today, a very Japanese style KFC is also rolling out in the metropolis.
In Japan, Kentucky Fried Chicken is an institution. So is putting Colonel Sanders in a variety of different outfits, including anime characters, samurai, and school children. Oh, and maids!
Nothing like creating fast food websites that can make your customers feel ill! Warning: this post contains imagery that actually might make you dizzy or sick.
Potato parties, which started in Japan and spread to South Korea, are definitely a thing. Groups of young people order large amounts of french fries and eat them. And bam, you have a potato party! Kids in China just turned these parties into a game. A player versus player, potato-eating battle, if you will.