It was the cheapest bingsu on the menu.

Dollops of sweet red bean, sprinkled with sweet warabi powder, accentuating the sweetness of the dessert. But sweet on sweet may actually be a wonderful combination, if it’s not jelak.

The milky bingsu was delightful to eat, melting once it comes in contact with your tongue. I really enjoyed it, and I actually finished it on my own!