Enjoy Korean Bingsu for a cool summer day

The soft smooth ice blends with the fatty taste of milk, the sweetness of mango and the bitterness of chocolate ... All create the soft, cool, sweet Bingsu that captivates Korean tourists on hot summer days.

Originating in the Joseon Dynasty, Bingsu is the name of the famous shaved ice cream dish of Korea . Originally, traditional Korean Bingsu  is simply prepared with a layer of red beans, a layer of shaved ice and a layer of condensed milk sprinkled on top.

Red bean bingsu is a traditional Korean bingsu dish. Photo: Foodief

Gradually, people added toppings to make Bingsu more rounded and diners also had more choices. Thanks to that, Bingsu Korea has become one of the desserts that are popular with both tourists and locals, especially every summer.

Bingsu types are modified and covered with fruit.

Check out the popular Bingsu dishes in Korea


Cheese snowflake Bingsu

Opening the list of popular Korean Bingsu dishes is Cheese snowflake Bingsu. This is a harmonious combination of the soft taste of cheesecake, the sourness of cranberry and the mild sweetness of the milk in the snow flakes. The dish gives you a strange, cool, but not bored feeling, especially on hot summer days like this.

Cheese snowflake Bingsu. 

Choco snowflake Bingsu

Also a Bingsu dish from Korea, but Choco snowflake Bingsu is the perfect combination between the bitter sweetness of chocolate and the light milk taste of snow flakes. The signature aroma of chocolate sauce and cocoa powder mingles with the fatty flavors of whipping cream (whipped cream, snowflake ice cream) and brownie (Korean rice cake) will be a sweet experience for couples. This is recommended as a cooler for couples.

Choco snowflake Bingsu. 


Injeolmi snowflake Bingsu

Another popular Korean Bingsu dish is Injeolmi snowflake Bingsu. This is a combination of ice cold with milk flavor, the aroma of soybean flour, the crispy of almonds mixed with the fat, the plasticity of Injeolmi (Korean rice cake) gives you a spread. strange and interesting experience.

Injeolmi snowflake Bingsu. 

The outstanding plus of the dish is that it has a very light sweetness. Suitable for those who are abstaining from sweets or want to enjoy a light flavored dessert.

Strawberry snowflake Bingsu

Different from the Korean Bingsu dishes  mentioned above, Strawberry snowflake Bingsu is attractive with ripe strawberry slices decorated around the white snow mountain.

Strawberry snowflake Bingsu.

This dish brings the delight of the strawberry's characteristic sweet and sour taste along with the softness, smoothness, and sweetness of the milk in the snow flakes. If the dessert is a bit sweet, you can choose to mix all the ingredients together.

Fresh Mango Snowflake

Bingsu Fresh Mango Snowflake Bingsu is a combination of light mango-flavored snow flakes with the sweetness of fresh mango mixed with mango sauce and a little sour taste of cranberry (cranberry, climbing blueberry). It gives users a sweet and sour feeling, which is very interesting to eat. Say not so, Fresh Mango Bingsu Snowflake is one of those dishes Bingsu Korea are the most popular of today's youth.

Fresh Mango Snowflake Bingsu. 

Suggestions for where to enjoy delicious Bingsu in Korea

Passion 5

  • Main dish: Bingsu mango flavor
  • Address: No. 272, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea


  • Main dish: Strawberry bingsu
  • Address: No. 2, Ewhayeodae 8-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea  

Tea Therapy

  • Main dish: Hanbang Patbingsu
  •  Address: No. 74, Yunposun-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea


  • Main dish: Pumpkin Bingsu
  • Address: No. 8, Seongbuk-ro 26-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Danggojip shop

  • Main dish: Bingsu Cherry
  • Address: 5, Eoulmadang-ro 3-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Bukae Bingsu

  • Main dish: Snowflake milk Bingsu
  • Address: 28, Dasan-ro 47-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea


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