University students open mobile restaurant for Korean food


Four university students, a male and three females, have opened a mobile restaurant that provides services with the flavor of Korean meals in Sulaymaniyah city in the east of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

As this type of meal is popular on social media among young people, in particular, the students decided to make these dishes available for people at fair prices that could range from 8000 to 10000 Iraqi Dinar.

Samyang restaurant, named after the famous brand of Korean noodles, supports the students financially to cover their university tuition fees and other expenses amid Iraq’s difficult economic situation blamed on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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