Remember when everyone was crying over those delicious-looking spicy Korean chicken wings from Thailand last week? Well, you can dry those tears now because McDonald’s Malaysia is releasing their new Spicy Korean Burger!
The spicy burger will reportedly be released in McDonald’s outlets nationwide starting tomorrow (25th July), so it looks like the wait won’t be long at all!
Check out how cool it looks! Now we’re starving!
The burger itself consists of a chicken/beef patty seasoned with spicy kimchi, topped with Guochujang sauce, and mixed vegetables, all sandwiched between two charcoal buns. It definitely looks really appetizing, that’s for sure!
You can get this along with Criss Cut Chips and Frozen Fanta for RM15.99 (a la carte price is RM12.99).
Dang, those chips look good!
With this, it looks like tomorrow’s lunch plans are sorted.
If you really cannot wait until tomorrow to get your hands on this burger, McDonald’s Subang SS16, Mutiara Damansara and Sungai Buloh are reportedly already selling it according to Mulan Daily.
This definitely makes us feel better since we can’t get the Nasi Lemak burger here! Time to go check them out tomorrow once this is available everywhere!
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