In Korea, the frozen dumpling market was dominated by Gohyang dumplings.
Then one day, CJ launched Bibigo dumplings.
Bibigo dumplings had little difference in taste compared to Gohyang dumplings.
To be honest, I still see little difference between Bibigo dumplings and Gohyang dumplings.
However, as Bibigo began to release large dumplings, it began to outperform the sales of its Gohyang dumplings.
From then on, competition in the frozen dumpling market in Korea began to intensify.
With different sizes of dumplings, kimchi dumplings, meat dumplings, and thin-skinned dumplings, it takes quite a while to look at the newly released frozen dumplings every time you go to a large supermarket.
Following the popularity of the frozen dumpling, many other frozen foods are also starting to be released.
Bibigo started with dumplings, but now it is releasing various foods.
We are launching Korean food that can be easily cooked and eaten quickly.
Korean dumplings are made of pork as a basic ingredient.
There seems to be Bibigo beef dumplings overseas, but not in Korea.
We can easily purchase convenience stores and marts near your house.
Frozen dumplings can be fried, steamed, or boiled.
It’s really easy to eat.
Bibigo frozen dumplings in a microwave steamer and cook them for 3 minutes and 30 seconds.
Then I can meet moist Bibigo dumplings.
I usually steam frozen dumplings like this and eat them with Jin Bibim Noodles Ramen.