“Back in 2010, brothers Yong and Ted Kim started crafting Korean-inspired sausages in their kitchen and Seoul Sausage Co. was born. Their two signature sausages — the Kalbi and the Sweet & Spicy — quickly began to pick up buzz at the farmers markets, wineries, and parties where they popped up, so the Kims decided to quit their advertising jobs, officially launch Seoul Sausage Company, and audition for Food Network’s “Great Food Truck Race,” Season 3 on a lark. And lo and behold, against incredible odds, they won!”
“Since then, Seoul Sausage Co. has really gone full-throttle in their embrace of Korean-American flavors.” COVID 19 required reinventing their business model. A very active and growing catering business was put on hold and their menu is now available nationwide for convenient delivery via Goldbelly, the curated online marketplace for premium regional and artisanal foods crafted by local purveyors throughout the Country.
“From their signature sausages to kimchi fried rice balls and buckets of twice-fried boneless sweet & spicy Korean fried chicken, these goodies (available now exclusively via Goldbelly) are bursting with big, bold flavors that have taken the City of Angels (and soon nationwide) by storm.”
Watch for the launch of the Seoul Sausage Co. menu in Orange County delivered to your door via the major Third Party Delivery services.
Seoul Sausage Co. was one of 2 fortunate winners in the “An Idea for LA” initiative that provided marketing makeovers for LA area businesses struggling to survive the current pandemic. The award was the creation of a trio of “Meet Seoul Sausage” animated spots. Battery (ad agency,) animation studio Stoopid Buddy Stoodios and actor Donald Faison created the humorous, pro bono campaign.