McDonald’s Korea Introducing ‘Boseong Green Tea Pork Burger’ as Its Local Food Project

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McDonald’s Korea launched “Boseong Green Tea Pork Burger” after a year of menu development. This will be on sale for a month from June 30th to July 30th.

This is McDonald’s Korea’‘s 2nd project of the “Taste of Korea” project. Last year, the company signed a agreement with South Jeolla Province to introduce a new menu item using high-quality local ingredients.

Boseong Green Tea Pork is known for a tender texture with less smell. This burger uses the meat from pigs raised on the green tea fermented fodder in Boseong.

The burger is filled with the vegetables that go well with the pork and cheese sauce, which adds the spiciness that Koreans prefer.

The Boseong Green Tea field is the most famous green tea plantation farm with its scenic views. Do you want to try a bite? UoH team has not tried yet, but we think we definitely should!

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