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The Bonchon Chicken restaurant began in 2002 in Busan, South Korea. The first location in the U.S. was in Fort Lee, New Jersey, home to a large South Korean expatriate population. It later spread to California, New York, Connecticut, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, and Washington state. There is also a restaurant in Hawaii. There is 1 location in South Korea, 97 in the Philippines, 10 in Thailand, and 6 in Indonesia. There are also many new locations pending in different countries, including Brunei.
Jinduk Seh is the founder and current CEO of Bonchon Chicken. The United States headquarters is located in New York City, where all the training is done.
- South Korea: 1 store
- Cambodia: 11 stores
- Malaysia: 1 store
- Philippines: 189 stores
- Singapore: 5 stores
- Thailand: 39 stores
- United States: 88 stores
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