Trump feasts on American steak, hamburgers in South Korea

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South Korean president Moon Jae-in went all out to please President Trump’s meat-and-potatoes palate during his visit to Seoul on Saturday.

The official menu for a welcome dinner at the Blue House featured a Trump fave — sirloin steak of US beef — as the main course.

And while the appetizer course highlighted traditional Korean fare, including steamed sea urchins with tofu and pan-fried mung beans, it also included miniature hamburgers to tempt the fast-foodie-in-chief.

The bi-cultural selection of dishes symbolized the “collaboration and harmony” between South Korea and the US, Seoul’s presidential office said.

Guests included champion golfer Pak Se-ri, who retired from the LPGA in 2017.

“She’s gonna be my partner,” Trump was overheard saying in a lengthy conversation with the winner of the 1998 U.S. Women’s Open.

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