Krispy Kreme Has Official Pokémon Doughnuts In South Korea

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This is a good idea. A very, very good idea.

Starting this month in South Korea, Krispy Kreme is rolling out Pokémon doughnuts.

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[Image via Krispy Kreme South Korea]
[Image via Krispy Kreme South Korea]

You can get a Squirtle for 2,000 won (US$1.80), a Pikachu for 2,500 won ($2.27), or Pokéball for 1,800 won each. You can also order a “Pokémon Dozen” for 15,000 won ($16.30).

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Note that not all the doughnuts included in the dozen are Pokémon themed!

Let’s have a closer look at the ones that are:

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The best part, though?

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Squirtle’s gruesome-looking filling!

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*shudder*

[Image: instiz]
[Image: instiz]
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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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Seriously why does Korea get all the good donuts?? I was in Incheon last year and their Dunkin Donuts somehow manages to destroy the USA’s donuts; the bloody country where DD came from!