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Burger King Korea is SERIOUSLY supersizing its Whopper

America's supersize culture doesn't seem so lonely anymore...

5w ago

Fast-food conglomerate Burger King has just unveiled its latest creation at its restaurants in South Korea – the Stacker Whopper, as part of their new Real Whopper Challenge promotion.

The South Korean version of the standard Whopper is the same as the one at the restaurant's American branches, however, the Real Whopper Challenge has introduced three new Whoppers to the menu, with the Stacker 2, Stacker 3, and Stacker 4. The number in each Whopper Stacker hints customers as to how many delicious patties they can expect in their burger.

A real Whopper of a Whopper

A real Whopper of a Whopper

To really amplify the Whopper, each flame-grilled beef patty is also layered with slices of American cheese in addition to the typical features of lettuce, tomato slices, pickles, sliced onion, ketchup and mayonnaise, on a sesame seed bun.

Burger King Korea has also emphasised the efforts they've made in making their Whoppers healthier, and with more natural ingredients. The company also shared on their website that "through the past five years of improving product ingredients such as flavours, colours, preservatives, and additives for all ingredients of the Whopper, a more reliable and more delicious real Whopper has been born".

The Real Whopper Challenge involves a three-step process, firstly, purchasing a multi-stack Whopper, secondly, taking a photo of yourself eating it, and then finally, posting it to social media.

Could you handle the challenge?

Head to any Burger King restaurant across South Korea to get your hands on one of these Whoppers and take part in the challenge!

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Comments (4)

  • Over here their burgers are TINY! Their prices, not so much. They launched the Angus burger and you had to hunt for it under layers of green and cheese - with a magnifying glass - before you found the pattie!

      1 month ago
  • I have encountered a Whopper untouched for three days left in the fridge and still in its box. It was perfectly preserved except it has developed a plastic-like sheen and a queer density to it like a Claus Oldenburg sculpture. Mummified through chemistry

      1 month ago
  • Gruesome.

      1 month ago
  • and with that I'm leaving

      1 month ago