The pandemic has increased the scale of food delivery market. Restaurant runners are busy exposing their menus on the first page of food delivery apps and portal sites and competitions are being heated up for new, fun and more delicious menus to attract home dinners. Among these competitors, Sorim Town is rising fast by serving new menus of sorimmara (soup), haejangcook (hangover cure soup) and sorimdakbal (chicken feet).
Sorimmara removed the unique Chinese flavor and used instead an original mara-source registered to the FDA for the first time among mara franchisers. Haejangcook, on the other hand, is enriched with deep broth and unsparing meat of Jeju style while sorimdakbal is enhanced with charcoal flavor with added spiciness.
With curious names and top quality, Sorim Town ranked No.1 on the South Korea’s top food delivery app Baemin scoring 4.9 out of 5 customer rate with excellent reviews from influencers and celebrities.
GC Company, the owner of Sorim Town, keeps distance between the franchisees within the delivery boundary, provides analysis on location, manages marketing and updates new menus on a regular basis in order for each store to maximize profits. Partners wishing to join the business will receive one week training at the nearest store, and Won Jong-man, CEO of GC Company, emphasizes that more than 90% franchisees harvest more than average monthly wage in South Korea. PowerKorea
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