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7-Eleven Singapore Launches New Korean Ready-To-Eat Meals Including Old-School Lunchboxes

7-Eleven Singapore Launches New Korean Ready-To-Eat Meals Including Old-School Lunchboxes

Lifestyle Food
By Karmen on 11 Jun 2023
Digital Editor
Has severe RBF but is fairly jolly and carefree on the inside. Degree of life satisfaction is heavily influenced by food.

The next time your Korean food cravings kick in, 7-Eleven Singapore has you covered with their new K-Town ready-to-eat meals. And good news for your wallet - they're all under $5!


The Korean food line-up includes returning favourites that were first launched last year including Cheesy Ramen with Grilled Chicken ($4.90), Soy Garlic Chicken Wrap ($3.70), Jajangmyeon ($3.70) and Gilgeori Toast ($3.70).

7-Eleven Singapore Korean ready-to-eat mealsPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

7-Select Gilgeori Toast SandwichPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

Along with these are eight all-new meals and snacks that'll leave you spoilt for choice.

Have kimchi on your mind? There's the Kimchi Chicken Burger ($3.70) and Kimchi Chicken Dumpling ($3.90) to choose from. The dumplings could have had a stronger kimchi tang, but they turned out surprisingly moist even after being heated up in a microwave.

7-Select Kimchi Chicken DumplingPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

For a light meal, go for the Onigiris ($2.30) filled with either Chicken Bulgogi or Fish Roe & Crab Flakes. The latter is one that I'd recommend for the savoury rice mixed seasoned with furikake pairing perfectly with the delicately flavoured seafood filling.


7-Select Fish Roe and Crab Flakes Seaweed OnigiriPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

If you need something more substantial, indulge in Japchae ($4.80), Jjimdak ($4.80) or Dakgalbi ($4.80).

7-Select Spicy Stir Fried Chicken with Rice Cakes and 7-Select Korean Braised Spicy Chicken Stew with RicePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

But for something that'll really bring on the Korea vibes (and remind you of Squid Game), get the Taste Asia Korean Chicken Sausage Lunch Box ($4.90). This hearty dosirak has a charming old-school look and comes with mini sausages, a fried egg, kimchi, anchovies and roasted seaweed on a bed of rice.

To complete the out-of-Singapore experience, end your meal with the Tokachi Daifuku ($2.70) in Strawberry milk and Pudding. These delightful little mochi desserts had the perfect chewy texture with lush and refreshing cream that, as Singaporeans say, was not too sweet.

Tokachi Daifuku - Strawberry milkPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

On a related note, if you love chewy foods as much as we do, check out these other Chewy Beret's QQ cream puffs and Mister Donut's mochi-like Pon De Ring donuts.

Tokachi Daifuku - PuddingPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

Wash all that down with the Tiger Soju Infused Lager which has that familiar malty beer taste with a punchy fruit soju aftertaste. It's available in two flavours: Gutsy Grape and Cheeky Plum.

Tiger Soju Infused LagerPhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

These Korean ready-to-eat meals are now available at 7-Eleven stores across Singapore.

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