If you’re one of the members of the BTS military, you definitely know about McDonald’s special BTS food. The fast-food joint collaborated with the global K-pop sensation to bring its favorite food to all McDonald’s customers around the world. BTS-exclusive food was recently launched, and in no time, it became a hit globally and even in Indonesia. We found several photos and videos where we saw people flocking outside McDonald’s outlets in Indonesia to enjoy their icon’s favorite food. Since restaurants in Indonesia are still open for dine-in, we can also see people standing in long queues to get BTS food. So much so, that many outlets ran out of supply to meet the overwhelming demand. This special meal includes 10 chicken nuggets, chips, Coke, and two sauces — all wrapped up in a pretty purple package.
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Let’s see how BTS fans from Indonesia reacted to BTS food:
Along with a video of the long queue, a Twitter user in Indonesian wrote, “Here’s the BTS food queue.”
nih antrion bts food pic.twitter.com/FUAe2QAVOC
— Jakarta Keras (@jakartaakeras) June 9, 2021
“BTS food sold out everywhere in Indonesia. I can’t even order it and the store was closed due to overloaded orders,” read another tweet.
bts food sold out everywhere in indonesia??????????????? I can’t even order it and the store was closed due to overloaded order??????????????? #BTSMeal#btsxmcd#IndomyTolongSisakanAkuStokBTSMeal#BTSARMY@McDonalds_ID@ McDonald’s@BTS_twtpic.twitter.com/BjHNt0ojTo– Have tea???? (@qistanbts) June 9, 2021
Another fan, who ordered a BTS meal, reviewed, “It’s so beautiful. They even handed out another paper bag for us to hold Thank you McDonald’s Indonesia @McDonalds @BTS_twt #BTSMeal.”
this is so beautiful ???? They even spared us another paper bag to keep???? Thank you McDonald’s Indonesia?????????@ McDonald’s@BTS_twt#BTSMealpic.twitter.com/Md9jHHmTXf– Micho???? (@HerBibillyHils) June 9, 2021
Reportedly, the shops became so crowded that Jakarta police had to temporarily close over 30 branches across the city due to the COVID-19 scare.
For those unaware, BTS food is also available in India from June 1, 2021. Click here to learn more.
About Somdutt SahuInvestigator- Somdutt likes to call this himself. In the matter of food, people or places, she only wants to know the unknown. A simple aglio oleo pasta or lentils and rice and a good movie can make his day.