Get instant gratification for Korean cravings at 7-Eleven with new K-Delight ready-to-eat items

By Evan Mua February 28, 2024
Get instant gratification for Korean cravings at 7-Eleven with new K-Delight ready-to-eat items
The popular convenience store has a new ready-to-eat collection that will satisfy Korean food lovers. Photos: 7-Eleven Singapore

Love Korean food but find yourself frustrated by the long waiting times at some of the popular Korean joints in town?

We feel you. Ain’t nobody got time to queue for 30mins just to satisfy cravings for tangsuyuk (sweet and sour chicken) or jjampong (spicy seafood noodles), especially when you’re feeling hangry.

7-eleven k-flavour hits
The new line-up features a wide array of Korean classics and inspired dishes. Photo: 7-Eleven Singapore

But if you’re still hankering for a taste of Korean comfort food, here’s an affordable and quick alternative: 7-Eleven Singapore has come up with a new series of 7-Select Korean items that is ready to eat!

Created for Korean food enthusiasts, 7-Eleven’s K-Flavour Hits series turns many of your favourite dishes and flavours into conveniently packed meals and snacks.

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Convenient packed meals include hearty options such as jjampong. Photo: 7-Eleven Singapore

The packed meals (S$5.80 each) include the whole gamut of classics, ranging from the rich and savoury, to the spicy and addictive:

    • Tangsuyuk (sweet and sour chicken with rice)
    • Japchae (stir-fried glass noodle with beef)
    • Jjajangbap (black bean sauce chicken with egg fried rice)
    • Jjampong (spicy seafood noodles)
    • Kimchi jjigae (kimchi stew and chicken dumpling with rice)
    • Spicy stir-fried squid with rice

A full meal at S$5.80 without the queue? Perfect for those busy days where you can only spare a few minutes away from your desk.

On the other hand, if you’re in a peckish mood, you can also get your hands on some of 7-Eleven’s K-Flavour Hits snacks, which incorporates hearty Korean flavours into fuss-free snacks.

Besides your classic rice cakes and pancakes, the series also includes an assortment of creative bread rolls and sandwiches that you can eat anywhere and even on-the-go:

  • Chicken bulgogi sandwich (S$4.00)
  • Corn cheese with chicken ham bread roll (S$3.90)
  • Kimchi chicken bread roll (S$3.90)
  • Army stew wrap (S$3.90)
  • Korean-style grilled chicken wrap (S$3.90)
  • Haemul pajeon (seafood pancake, S$3.90)
  • Rabokki (cheesy rice cake with ramen, S$4.20)

To cap it all off, there are also three new Korean-inspired onigiris.

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7-Eleven's popular onigiri also get a Korean twist! Photo: 7-Eleven Singapore

Those who enjoy the tangy gochujang sauce will enjoy the chicken bibimbap onigiri (S$2.80), while the uniquely earthy Korean-style chicken broth with goji berries onigiri (S$2.80) is good for a wholesome snack.

There’s even a fusion option of tuna kimchi with egg furikake onigiri (S$2.80), if you prefer to spice it up.

And just in case you’re wondering: All the items in this K-Flavour Hits lineup are halal certified — save for the onigiri, which does not contain pork or lard.

For more ideas on what to eat, read our stories on the most popular eats in Beauty World that are worth the travel and the hyped new bar that looks like a HK cha chaan teng.

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals.

You can also book a ride to 7-Eleven to try the K-Flavour Hits packed meals.


Multiple outlets islandwide
Open: Operating hours vary across outlets

Multiple outlets islandwide
Open: Operating hours vary across outlets

Evan Mua


Evan started off writing about food on Instagram, before joining outlets such as Buro and Confirm Good to pursue his passion. His best work usually comes after his first whisky shot in the morning.

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