McDonald’s Launches BTS Meal and Pakistani ARMYs Want It Too

Fans are requesting the food label to make it available in Pakistan too.

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Fast food giant McDonald’s has announced the launch of BTS meal and the Internet can’t help it. Pakistani ARMYs have also joined the party as they are requesting the company to launch the deal in Pakistan as well.

On Monday, the food company announced that it will be releasing a meal in collaboration with the South Korean boy band which will be releasing next month.

 

BTS X McDonald’s

The meal, which consists of 10-piece McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke will be available in the U.S. from May 26. Along with that, the food chain will also launch two special sauces, sweet chilli and Cajun inspired by menu items in McDonald’s South Korea.

Moreover, the BTS Meal will be the first signature order collaboration, to hit 50 markets on six continents. Morgan Flatley, the Chief Marketing Officer at McDonald’s USA said in a statement,

“We’re excited to bring customers even closer to their beloved band in a way only McDonald’s can – through our delicious food – when we introduce the BTS signature order on our menu next month.”

BTS X McDonald's
Image Source: McDonald’s website

 

Following the news, BTS’s label Big Hit entertainment, now changed to HYBE also confirmed the collaboration.

“The band has great memories with McDonald’s. We’re excited about this collaboration and can’t wait to share the BTS Meal with the world”

 

Pakistani ARMYs React

As soon as the announcement was made, Pakistani ARMYs were disheartened to discover that the meal won’t be available in Pakistan. And so, they decided to trend a hashtag to request the food moguls to add Pakistan to the list of 50 countries where the BTS meal will be available.

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#BringBTSMcDealInPakistan trends on Twitter.

 

 

A new meme was born.

 

The food chain had successfully launched similar limited-edition celebrity meals featuring musicians Travis Scott and J Balvin last year. According to Forbes, Travis Scot earned at least $20 million from the collaboration and it was only available in the US.

Considering the fact that BTS has such supportive fans and that the meal is available nearly worldwide, the collaboration may stand out as the most lucrative deal for both BTS and McDonald’s.

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