Chapssalgaru is Korean for "Sweet rice flour". It is made of miiled Chapssal to turn into flour. Chapssalgaru (sweet rice flour) is called Mochiko in Japan. Chapssalgaru is also called glutinous rice flour, sweet rice powder, Mochiko powder There are many different kinds of Ssalgaru (rice flour) in Korean, but Chapssalgaru is made with sweet rice or glutinous rice and is widely used to make sticky rice cakes like Gyungdan. It can also be used to make porridge. In other parts of Asia, like in Malaysia, Japan and the Philippines, glutinous rice flour, is also used for making various sweets.