Korean-style wings, fried chicken, & bulgogi pizza chain planning to open first-ever Cbus location

Sav McKee

A popular Korean chicken chain known for their crispy fried chicken and wings, corndogs, plus unique, bulgogi and sweet potato pizzas, appears to be making its way to Ohio for the first time – and to Columbus, in particular.

According to city permits, Noori Chicken is planning on opening at 1454 N. High St. in the University Impact District. 

Permits show that they’re in the process of installing new hoods, and that this phase of opening their store costs around $40,000. 


Noori Chicken is a popular spot in other cities for quick, to-go Korean food, which includes the aforementioned, as well as bibimbap, fried rice, and a variety of other noodle and chicken dishes. Sides include dumplings, egg rolls, onion rings, french fries, salad, and coleslaw. They feature Korean drinks like milkis, which are carbonated soft drinks infused with milk, and also boba milk teas with chewy tapioca balls. 

A spokesperson for Noori could not be reached for comment about an opening date.

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