Burger King is raising prices again as the cost of eating out continues to soar. Burger King announced Wednesday that it will raise the price of 46 of its products by 4.5 percent on average starting Friday.
Budget burger joints are multiplying as inflation hits Koreans hard. No Brand Burger, a Shinsegae Food chain, sells its cheapest sandwich, the NBB Burger, for 2,900 won ($2.3). It has been growing fast since opening in August 2019.
A video of a Lotteria kitchen worker smoking on duty was uploaded on TikTok, causing an uproar online.
Fast food is becoming expensive food as inflation hits even the cheapest of options.
They wouldn’t get a role in "I, Robot," but helpful machines—described by the companies using and offering them as robots—are quickly entering the restaurant business.
Korea saw 56 new coronavirus cases Thursday, the highest in 41 days, amid concerns over local transmissions related to a fast-food chain cluster and student infections.
Korea saw the highest number of Covid-19 cases this month with 54 patients Wednesday, amid mounting alarm over a group of Lotteria fast-food workers who got infected after eating together at another franchise restaurant in Seoul.