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Jan 23, 2017

Patties on a train: Student idea becomes Burger King campaign in Seoul

'Subway grill shelf' for Burger King by Cheil Worldwide

Patties on a train: Student idea becomes Burger King campaign in Seoul

This clever idea came from student Dongeon Lee at Hongik University in Seoul, who won first prize at a Cheil-hosted competition last year. The campaign started in December and ran through mid-January in subway routes covering college and office areas in Seoul. 

Lee is currently working as an intern at Cheil.

Ad Nut wonders whether any late-night passengers who'd had a few drinks tried to actually eat those delicious-looking paper burgers. Also, how long did the patties last before they were taken home as souvenirs?

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