McDonald’s Spicy Korean Burger in Malaysia

Are you ready for some spicy drama? Get a taste of Korea with McDonald’s® Spicy Korean Burger. Flaming hot and delicious, every bite is unforgettable. Complete with Criss Cut Chips and Frozen Fanta for the ultimate satisfaction. Get it today at McDonald’s® Malaysia!

McDonald’s Malaysia will introducing the new  Spicy Korean Burger for limited time deal, from date 25th July 2017 onwards at all restaurant outlets in Malaysia.

A medium set of the Spicy Korean Burger is priced at RM15.99 (RM12.99 ala carte) and comes with its own side and drink.

The normal fries has been replaced with crinkle cut fries and the drink you get is a Frozen Fanta.

This new burger is described as having a kimchi seasoned beef patty, spicy Korean sauce, mixed vegetables, grilled onions and cheese sandwiched between soft charcoal bun.

Promotion Period : Limited time deal.

Venue : All Mcdonald’s stores in Malaysia.

Terms and conditions apply.

1. Products are available for a limited time only.

2. Prices are in Ringgit Malaysia and inclusive of GST.

3. Products shown are for illustration purposes only.

4. Other terms and conditions apply.

Visit in-store for further details of sale.

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A great success story was in the making. In 1955, Ray Kroc founded the McDonald’s Corporation and opened the first restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois. In 1961, he bought out the McDonald brothers. And the rest, as they say, is history. McDonald’s grew into the largest restaurant organisation in the world. Today, there are more than 33,000 McDonald’s restaurants in 119 countries. Ray Kroc died in 1984 but his legacy is very much alive. His success story continues with McDonald’s families of employees, franchisees and suppliers. His commitment, dedication and achievements continue to live on at McDonald’s restaurants across the world.

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