New Restaurant: Your Korean Fried Chicken Dreams come True in Center City



Grand Opening this Wednesday from 5 to 8 pm

Philadelphia, PA – May 22, 2016. Center City is now home to a new Korean inspired American restaurant. From menu items including a burger infused with Korean Flavors to Cheesesteak Eggrolls, the uniqueness echoes from wall to wall, dish to dish, and its creativity literally melts in your mouth. The Grand opening is set for May 25th, 2016 from 5 to 8 PM. bop looks forward to providing its customers with matchless dishes you cannot get anywhere near its Center City location. Where Korean meets Modern American, bop is irreplaceable.
“I’ve always wanted to cook the food I grew up with”, says head Chef Hee “Chino” Chang, whom was inspired to make this dream a reality by serving his mother’s cooking. Teaming up with Eagles Tight End Brent Celek, and Scott Keenan of Keenan’s North Wildwood, the trio hopes to infuse taste buds all over the Philadelphia area.
bop (or bap), which means rice in Korean, will be showcasing its Korean food with an American twist, specializing in Korean Fried Chicken and Bibimbap. Bibimbap, or rice bowls, will be featured in three different flavors. Bulgogi style which is sliced ribeye, with Korean BBQ marinade, zucchini, carrots, spinach, bean sprout, and fried egg rice bowl, Grilled Chicken, or Mushroom which will include oyster, shiitake, enoke & other fresh veggies and topped with a sizzling fried egg.
bop will also be serving infused cocktails, local craft beers and an extensive wine list that pairs wonderfully with their zesty korean flavors.

220 S Broad Street, Philadelphia
(267) 455-0378 or email at

For more information please contact
Rob Wright at Small Talk Media, or 267.702.0059

bop interior



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