Compared with other kinds of restaurant franchise, Bonchon Chicken is a little bit younger for it was founded by Jinduk Seh in 2002 in Busan, South Korea. But now it spreads its locations to California, New York and other states in the United States that 10 locations lie in South Korea, 97 in the Philippines, 10 in Thailand, 6 in Indonesia and more in other nations. Bonchou means “my hometown” for Jinduk Seh once decided to share one of his favorite food with the rest of the world. Therefore, it’s no doubt that this company is a South Korean fried chicken restaurant franchise expanding internationally. It often serves guests and customers with Bonchon chicken, bulgogi, bibimbowl, seafood, Bonchon bibimfries, soup, sides, salads and dessert.