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McDonald's customer served 'almost completely raw' chicken burger

The customer took a few bites of her chicken burger before realizing it was not cooked properly. Yonhap

By Jung Min-ho

A McDonald's customer has complained to the company's Suwon branch after being served a chicken burger that was "almost completely raw."

The under-cooked chicken burger. / Yonhap

The woman, 31, told Yonhap, a local news agency, that she took a few bites of the burger on July 13 before she realized it was raw. She then rushed to the emergency room of a nearby hospital out of health concerns. Fortunately, no serious problems were found.

A McDonald's representative told The Korea Times Wednesday that one of its staff failed to cook the meat properly.

The official said McDonald's apologized to the customer and was in talks with her over compensation.


The customer took a few bites of her chicken burger before realizing it was not cooked properly. Yonhap

By Jung Min-ho

A McDonald's customer has complained to the company's Suwon branch after being served a chicken burger that was "almost completely raw."

The under-cooked chicken burger. / Yonhap

The woman, 31, told Yonhap, a local news agency, that she took a few bites of the burger on July 13 before she realized it was raw. She then rushed to the emergency room of a nearby hospital out of health concerns. Fortunately, no serious problems were found.

A McDonald's representative told The Korea Times Wednesday that one of its staff failed to cook the meat properly.

The official said McDonald's apologized to the customer and was in talks with her over compensation.


Jung Min-ho mj6c2@koreatimes.co.kr


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