I recently bought a half-sandwich from Paris Baguette (ham and fried egg, of course), and noticed that the plastic wrapping said "Paris Croissant." It also had the following blurb:
The Best French Type Bakery paris croissant concept is based on a range of high quality french pastry goods always fresh and prepared in full view of the customer.
Here's blurry photographic proof. I regret not getting a shot of the sandwich, but I was kind of famished.
First of all, "French Type Bakery" is an excellent term for these Korean bakeries. Their goods aren't exactly French in nature, but they are certainly "French Type." I must, however, disagree with the bit about how "goods [are] always fresh and prepared in full view of the customer." I've been to the U.N. Village Paris Croissant a number of times, and even though their counter top is a little too high for me to see over, I'm pretty sure that they're not preparing the pastries in full view of the customer.
Please do be careful of your use of "always."