A popular Korean dessert, bingsu consists of shaved ice topped with various sweet toppings. Classic variations include red bean bingsu, which is topped with sweet red bean paste, and fruit bingsu, featuring fresh fruits and condensed milk.
Tteok is a diverse category of Korean rice cakes that come in various shapes, sizes, and flavors. One popular tteok dessert is "tteokbokki," which are rice cakes cooked in a spicy gochujang sauce.
These sweet pancakes are made with a dough filled with a mixture of brown sugar, cinnamon, and crushed nuts. They are fried until crispy and golden, making them a warm and delightful street food dessert.
These bite-sized, walnut-shaped cakes are filled with sweet red bean paste. They have a crispy exterior and a soft, sweet interior.
Yakgwa is a traditional Korean dessert made from deep-fried wheat flour cookies coated in a sweet syrup infused with ginger and honey. They have a slightly chewy and aromatic quality.
Also known as "fish-shaped bread," bungeoppang is a popular street food dessert. It consists of fish-shaped waffle-like pastries filled with sweet fillings like red bean paste, custard, or chocolate.
These are small, spongy, and fluffy rice cakes made with fermented rice batter. They have a mildly sweet taste and are often enjoyed during special occasions and holidays.
Similar to regular bingsu, patbingsu specifically features red bean paste as the primary topping. It's a delightful combination of shaved ice, sweet red bean, condensed milk, and often includes chewy rice cakes.