Papa John's South Korea debuts 'American Hot Dog Pizza' with a whole hot dog on every slice

Can’t decide between pizza or hot dogs? Head over to South Korea, where they’ve decided to just start mashing the two together.

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Papa John’s locations in South Korea are now offering the “American Hot Dog Pizza,” featuring a frankfurter embedded into every single slice.

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Available for a limited time, American Hot Dog Pizza also comes topped with a chili sauce, mozzarella cheese, a cheddar-potato “mousseline,” onions, parsley, and of course relish and mustard sauce, according to ChewBoom. Instagram advertisements appear to show the pizza served alongside pickles, mustard and ketchup, as well.

“The whole juicy sausage! “ Papa John’s South Korea touts on its website. “Authentic American hot dog taste!”

Available for a limited time, American Hot Dog Pizza comes topped with a whole hot dog on every slice, as well as chili sauce, mozzarella cheese, a cheddar-potato “mousseline,” onions, parsley, relish and mustard sauce.

Available for a limited time, American Hot Dog Pizza comes topped with a whole hot dog on every slice, as well as chili sauce, mozzarella cheese, a cheddar-potato “mousseline,” onions, parsley, relish and mustard sauce. (Papa John's/PJJ.co.kr)

Despite its name, however, the new Papa John’s America Hot Dog Pizza appears to only be available in South Korea, but those of us living Stateside have already had our chance to chow down on wiener-embedded pies. In 2015, Pizza Hut brought its “Hot Dog Bites Pizza” from the U.K. to the U.S. for a limited time, complete with hot-dog filled crusts.

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The Papa John’s American Hot Dog Pizza isn’t even the wildest foodstuff to come from a familiar chain’s overseas menu. Before Halloween, Domino’s Japan debuted its “Halloween Roulette” pizza, on which the chefs would drizzle ghost pepper sauce on one random slice.