South Korea never fails to amaze us with their creativity! Food collaborations are a Hit in Korea, whether it is with celebrities or between brands, the excitement is there~ Today, i will be sharing with you the latest food collaborations in South Korea for you to try.
BTS x McDonalds
THE Collab of the year! It is all over the news, on social media …and even on ebay all around the world. BTS dropped yet another bomb by having their own meal in collaboration with McDonalds.
The BTS Meal consists of a 10 Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke as well as Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces inspired by popular recipes from the South Korean unit of McDonald’s, which will be available for the first time in the US.
If you’re currently in Korea you can get this meal in stores or even get it delivered. I saw that Coupang Eats is doing a collaboration with McDelivery to get it to your door~
Dunkin Donuts X Pringles
Yep that’s right the most popular Donut and chips brands decided to collaborate. This gave life to the Cheddar cheese donut!
While apparently this mix may not be new to other countries, but in Korea its a first. The donut is made with Pringles Potato dough and filled with cheddar cheese, sounds yummy~
Apparently they also have a Kimchi croquette donut too, interesting.
Mint Chocolate X Korean fried chicken
The latest craze in Korea right now is Mint Chocolate! You find it everywhere from ice cream, cookies to more extreme cases such as Chicken!
People always had a love hate relationship with this flavor and now putting it in the national food treasure! It quickly became trendy everywhere, on TV shows and people would post tiktoks trying it. They even extended it to include the Chocolate fried chicken.
Would you try it?
7-Eleven X Sungshin Cement
You may be wondering how would a Cement brand collaborate with a convenience store, would the cement be sold there for instance? well..in appearance, yes.
7-Eleven also collaborated with Sungshin Cement, known for its Cheonmapyo brand which features a logo with a horse, to present popcorn. The package looks like the miniature version of the real cement bag and inside the snack has been colored grey. Considering the popularity of such stationary and construction themed items, worries have arisen about young children mistaking real items as snacks.