“Sajang-nim is a Korean honorific for “Boss”. This title could be used for the CEO, president, or business owner.” https://en.kepoper.com/korean-corporate-titles/
When you are an avid K-series fan, the term Sajang-nim is a common business title you here in workplace scenes. As the corporate industry gradually goes back to office-based operations, this means lesser time for you to indulge in a Korean TV series marathon compared to when your company was on a work-from-home setup due to the pandemic. I should know. Who else started being hooked to K-series due to the 2-year-ish lockdown advisory?
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On those work days when you just suddenly feel the urge to binge-watch another trending K-series but you just can’t since you are still paid to work by the hour, here is a tip. Devour a Korean dish on your meal break! In doing so, save your precious time and treasured health. Instead of walking or commuting and exposing yourself to possible viruses, try “Grab”-ing! I am sharing below five of my favorite Korean dishes on the GrabFood app that makes you feel like a Sajang-nim without spending too much of your daily allowance. These meal offerings are available in the “Starts at PHP 99” tile on your GrabFood app.
1. 3-Piece Boneless Chicken Rice Meal at 24 Chicken for PHP 151.00
Alternative: 2-Piece Boneless Chicken Meal for PHP 113.00
2. Cheesy Egg Drop Toastie at Southwing Cafeteria for PHP 155.00
Alternative: Classic Egg Drop Toastie for PHP 139.00 2-Piece Chicken Rice Meal for PHP 108.00
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3. Tuna-Chicken-Ham-Cheese Kimbap at Omo Davao for PHP 180.00
Alternative: Pork Bibimbap for PHP 175.00.
4. Creamcheese Garlic Bun at Hayashi for PHP 88.00
5. Rabokki at Moon’s for PHP 169.00
Indeed, apart from satiety, every familiar food experience concludes reminiscence. Try devouring these K-food meals and let me know which Kdrama scene associated with these K-dishes made you remember to laugh, feel loved, hooked, horrified, twisted, or made you feel like a Sajang-nim again! Remember that experiencing these feelings does not have to be so costly. Grab a Korean dish that “Starts at PHP 99”.