KFC's Zinger Double Down King


"No bun, all meat."

Put that description on our tombstone, because this sandwich will almost definitely be the death of us. And also, it's a really cool phrase.

KFC Korea recently debuted a sandwich called the Zinger Double Down King. You might remember the Double Down sandwich as this monstrosity:

KFC, Double Down Sandwhich

Mike Saechang

That's bacon and cheese sandwiched between two pieces of fried chicken.

So what makes this Double Down a Zinger Double Down King?! Well, it's a bacon cheeseburger, but instead of using hamburger buns, it uses fried chicken.

Yes, you read that right. But we can repeat it if you are having trouble grasping the concept:

It's a hamburger patty, cheese and bacon that is smashed between two pieces of fried chicken.

It's fast food at its most glorious.

We don't know what KFC Korea is doing over there in product development, but we are very impressed with their desire to inject as many calories into one menu item as possible.

The Zinger Double Down King costs about six bucks and contains 750 calories, which honestly is a lot less than we originally guessed.

Here are some photos of what they look like in real life, aka without Photoshop:

We do not appreciate the pink, flabby bacon sticking out. It looks unsettling.

Who are we kidding? We'd still eat it. 

Just one question left: When is this very American-esque sandwich coming to our mouths country?! We've got some sweatin'-whilst-eating to do.

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