KyoChon 1991 Malaysia has become the first International Korean fried chicken chain to be certified halal by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia – JAKIM). In a press conference held at their The Gardens Mall restaurant today, KyoChon 1991 Malaysia announced that 15 of their restaurants are now certified halal by JAKIM. These include 10 Selangor restaurants, 2 Johor restaurants, 2 Penang restaurants, and 1 Negeri Sembilan restaurant. Namely these restaurants are,  1 Utama Shopping Centre, Sunway Pyramid, Setia City Mall, IPC Shopping Centre, IOI Mall Puchong, Central i-City, Bangi Seksyen 9, Bandar Botanik Klang, Prima Sri Gombak, Cheras Traders Square, Johor Bahru City Square and The Mall Mid Valley SouthKey, AEON Mall Nilai, Arena Curve Pulau Pinang, and Sentral Jaya Pulau Pinang. 

While they have always been pork-free and use only the finest halal Korean-imported ingredients, KyoChon 1991 Malaysia is pleased to have obtained the official certification from JAKIM to reassure their customers that halal standards have always been a top priority and has been put in practice  diligently when preparing their meals. 

“JAKIM halal certification has always been an important goal for KyoChon 1991 since we launched the brand in Malaysia back in December 2013. We’re extremely fortunate that our franchisor supported us and invested in a multi-million dollar automated factory to produce the KyoChon 1991 sauces and seasonings. This meant that KyoChon 1991 customers in Malaysia can enjoy the same taste and quality of ingredients as if they were dining in KyoChon 1991 in Korea as all sauces and marinades come from the same halal factory!  

Halal certification holds immense significance in Malaysia, as it demands rigorous efforts and meticulous processes for the food and beverage industry to obtain it. While the process is an extensive one, KyoChon 1991 Malaysia is dedicated to being a brand that Malaysian diners can trust. All of their restaurants have already undergone the auditing process by JAKIM. KyoChon 1991 Malaysia will be announcing more halal certified restaurants very soon.

In attendance at the KyoChon 1991 Malaysia press conference for their halal certification acquisition today was Terry Goh, the Chief Executive Officer of KyoChon 1991 Malaysia, and Mohd Fakarudin bin Mas’od, Senior Chief Assistant Director, Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM), who presented KyoChon 1991 with their halal certificate. To  celebrate with all Malaysians, KyoChon 1991 Malaysia is giving 15% off on all dine-in, takeaway and web-orders from 12 May – 13 June 2023 (no minimum spend required). Be sure to head over to KyoChon 1991 and join in the celebrations by indulging in your favourite authentic Korean fried chicken! 

For more information on KyoChon 1991 Malaysia’s latest offerings and halal certification acquisitions,  visit their website at: 

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