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Korea Has Officially Gone Too Far

Feast your eyes on the...cherry blossom burger O___O


I didn't try it (even if I ate meat, I wouldn't haha) but it certainly didn't look appetizing hahahaha

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Why is it that the first thing I thought of was that episode of pretty patties on spongebob when I saw this XD
it doesn't look to impressive but I would've tried it just to see
Omg! it's pink!! I'm definitely eating it. Pink is my most favorite color😁🌸
I want to know whats in that burger! Because if i like what i see than I'm trying it lol
I would definitely try it, it does look aesthetically pleasing.
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