Image Caption: (Centre) Thila Chandran, Senior Marketing Manager of Berjaya Roasters (M) Sdn.
Bhd. presenting the new Fortune Saranghaeyo meal with KRR team members
Kenny Rogers ROASTERS (KRR) ushers in good fortune this Chinese New Year by giving Malaysians the chance to say “annyeong haseyo, Korea!” with its latest mouth-watering wholesome Korean-inspired meals.
Joining hands with Traveloka, KRR will reward three lucky individuals (each winner is entitled to bring 1 guest) who indulge in its Fortune Saranghaeyo meal with a 4 Day-3Night holiday to Busan, Jeju Island or Seoul!
The bold new meal includes an exciting combination of KRR’s rotisserie chicken and OMG
Chicken (the only unfried fried chicken in Malaysia) with a choice of Bulgogi sauce, a wildly
popular Korean sauce traditionally used for grilling beef, or Kimchi* sauce, inspired by the
famous spicy-sour Korean staple.
Guests can stand a chance to win lucrative prizes including a holiday to Korea, with a
minimum spend of RM60 inclusive of one Fortune Saranghaeyo meal that is available in a
variety of meal options from as low as RM15.50, as follows:
Fortune Chicken Meal – ¼ Chicken + 3 Side Dishes + 1 Kenny’s Home-made
Fortune Classic Meal – ¼ Chicken + 2 Side Dishes
Fortune OMG Meal – 2 pieces of OMG Chicken + 3 Side Dishes + 1 Kenny’s Home-
Fortune OMG Classic Meal – 2 pieces of OMG Chicken + 2 Side Dishes
Fortune Combo** –- ¼ Chicken + 1 piece of OMG Chicken + 2 Side Dishes
To participate in the contest, guests simply need to take a selfie with their Fortune
Saranghaeyo meal and post it on KRR’s Facebook page with a creative caption about why
they would love to travel to Korea with Traveloka, with the #KRRMsia and #TravelokaMY
“Food and travel go hand-in-hand, as food is a crucial part of travelling and experiencing new cultures. We are truly happy to collaborate with KRR and reward three fortunate Malaysians with a dream getaway to three of Korea’s popular destinations to usher the festive season,” said Traveloka Country Manager for Malaysia and Singapore, Halif Hamzah.