Funk Seoul Brother brings Korean, Japanese street food to Franklin

The popular Nashville food truck Funk Seoul Brother, which specializes in Korean and Japanese street food, will be calling Williamson County home soon with a space in The Factory at Franklin.

Although Funk Seoul Brother will not have a permanent spot at The Factory until December, you can visit their food truck at The Factory during the Made South holiday market on Saturday.

“We are super excited to be a part of The Factory family,” said Michelle Ryan, Manager of Funk Seoul Brother.

Funk Seoul Brother will be located next to Honest Coffee Roasters and CR-71. Their menu will focus on Poke Bowls, which is described as rice bowls with fish and toppings. This recent food trend is also referred to as deconstructed sushi.

In August, Funk Seoul Brother opened its first brick and mortar location in Nashville across the street from Vanderbilt University, but they also continue to operate their food truck at events throughout Nashville and the surrounding areas.

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