McDonald's Picnic Set Is Perfect For Warm-Weather Outings Ahead

An all-in-one convenient carry.

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After releasing a Big Mac Lunchbox, McDonald’s Korea is continuing to deliver limited-edition merch with its latest Picnic Set.

Perfect for warm-weather outings ahead, the all-in-one carry holds everything you need for a relaxing time at the park. The set features a big plate and two accompanying smaller plates marked with the McDonald’s logo and a zippered bag sporting the fast-food chain’s signature colors. Aside from a convenient top handle, the sides of the bag feature compartments for holding utensils or beverages.

Priced at ₩15,500 KRW (approximately $14 USD), the limited-edition Picnic Set is available now at McDonald’s Korea locations with the purchase of a Big Mac or Big Mac Bacon set.

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