One of the benefits of living in the U.S. is the world of food options that are offered. From Italian and Mexican to Thai and Japanese, aspiring entrepreneurs can cash on in the booming international cuisine market. A great way to do that is by investing in the Bonchon Korean Fried Chicken franchise. The brand has the goal and mission of bringing quality Koran food across the U.S. and around the world. The brand was founded in 2002 by Jinduk Seo, who is from Bonchon, South Korea. He brought his passion for his hometown's cuisine to New York City in 2006. Since the brand began franchising in 2006, it has expanded to more than 380 locations across the U.S. and around the world. Outside of the U.S., the franchise's locations can be found in Thailand, the Philippines, and Vietnam. In terms of the its ideal candidate, the brand is looking for someone who is committed to excellent customer service and quality food and has a dedication to running a business at the highest operational standards. Franchise owners have three layouts to choose from: fast causal, food court option, and a dine-in design that comes with a bar.
The brand also has an area developer option, which allows you to assist the franchise in finding and training prospects in your area, which you have exclusive rights to. You can expect an initial investment of $483,245-$1,187,229, as well as an initial franchise fee of $40,000. You need to have an estimated net worth of at least $700,000.