Bingsu refers to one of Korea's summer snack. Bingsu means "Shaved Ice with Toppings". It is made of shaved ice topped with fruits, sweet red beans, fruit syrups, cereal flakes and sweetened condensed milk and ususally topped with ice cream or frozen yogurt. It is much like the Philippines' Halo-Halo. However, in Korea Bingsu is called in various names depending on the main topping of the shaved ice: 1. Pat-Bingsu when the topping is sweet red beans 2. Gwail-Bingsu when the topping is fruit 3. Nokcha -Bingsu - a green tea shaved ice, and many more Bingsu is also known as Bingsoo.

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