Bingsu

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Patbingsu and nokcha bingsu along with cherry tomatoes being served in a restaurant in Seoul, South Korea

Bingsu or bingsoo is a very popular and elaborate snack/dessert in Korea, especially during the summer season. This snack is composed of ice shavings and various ingredients such as sweetened condensed milk, fruit syrups, various fruits such as strawberries, kiwifruit, and bananas, small pieces of tteok (rice cake), chewy jelly bits, and cereal flakes. It is often topped with ice cream or frozen yogurt. The most popular variety is patbingsu made with sweetened azuki beans (known as 팥, pat).

Ingredients[edit]

Patbingsu[edit]

한국어: 팥빙수
English: Patbingsu

Fruit bingsu[edit]

한국어: 과일빙수
English: Fruit bingsu (gwail bingsu)

Green tea bingsu[edit]

한국어: 녹차빙수
English: Green tea bingsu (nokcha bingsu)

Yogurt bingsu[edit]

한국어: 요거트빙수
English: Yogurt bingsu

Coffee bingsu[edit]

한국어: 커피빙수
English: Coffee bingsu

Strawberry bingsu[edit]

한국어: 딸기빙수
English: Strawberry bingsu

Cherry bingsu[edit]

한국어: 체리빙수
English: Cherry bingsu

Shops[edit]