▲ Bulgogi Burger. Photo courtesy Alan Chan via a Creative Commons License
If you visited McDonald's over the weekend, you might have noticed that something was missing from the menu.
That is because bulgogi burgers have been temporarily removed from the menu after allegedly causing illness in several elementary school students in Jeonju. One of the students was hospitalized, while several others showed flu like symptoms.
Tests are currently being made on the burgers in question and results are expected to be released on Wednesday.
The snack, which is only available in McDonald's in Korea, is a pork burger with Korean favorite bulgogi sauce added to it.
It is a popular burger due to its unique flavor and, for the moment at least, many people will be without their favorite burger.
However, luckily for those wanting their bulgogi fix, this Twitter user had a simple solution to the problem.
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