Korean (K-Food) Restaurant Week
Monday, October 1st – Sunday, October 7th, 2018
Korean (K-Food) Restaurant Week is back!
Take advantage of this FREE opportunity to showcase your restaurant to a broader clientele in the DMV area. Sign up today to list your restaurant on www.kfoodinus.com, social media, email and print advertisements. This is a part of an annual campaign to promote K-Food in the USA.
This event is sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korea Agriculture-Fisheries Trade Corporation.
Any restaurant that offers Korean food on their menu is eligible to participate in K-Food Restaurant Week. For the restaurants outside of the DMV area, please contact the Korean Food Globalization Association near you.
What do restaurants need to know:
• Participating restaurants must honor the downloadable K-Food Pass*. Restaurants can choose at leastone of the following specials:
10% discount on total purchase
Free Appetizer (with purchase of an entrée)
*K-Food pass is good for ONE special / per person / per purchase.
How your customers participate in K-Food Restaurant Week:
• The customer MUST present a downloadable K-Food Pass. This coupon is valid for 1 week, (Oct 1-7, 2018). The customer can choose ONE of the special offers provided by your restaurant.
• To download the K-Food Pass, the customer must go to www.kfoodinus.com and present their coupon in person.
What is the benefit of participating in the K-Food Restaurant Week:
• FREE promotion of your restaurant on the K-Food in US website, social media, local TV and newspapers.
• FREE opportunity to introduce Korean culture and cuisine to a wider range of new customers and gain more exposure.
• FREE design and marketing materials by Gimga Design Group and limited-edition menu templates to feature your offers during K-Food Restaurant Week.
For more information:
• Restaurants in the DMV area: Contact Gimga Design Group at email@example.com.
• Restaurants outside of the DMV area: Please contact the local Korean Food Globalization Association.*
*Korean Food Globalization Association – about 1,000 members, 7 branches (DC, New York, LA, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, Arizona)