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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow 🎶

Bingsu, also known as “the Korean halo-halo”, is one of the most popular desserts in the metro today. It is usually composed of snow-like shaved ice and condensed milk topped with various fruits and other assorted toppings, that will surely tickle your taste buds’ curiosity!

It’s sad that we don’t have snow in the Philippines, but fear not! These spots who offer Korean bingsu will surely transport you to snowy Seoul. You don’t need to take that long haul flight anymore. You simply have to drive in (or out of) the Metro for bingsu.

Hobing Korean Dessert Café – Ayala Malls Manila Bay

Another Korean café specializing in bingsu, Hobing Korean Dessert Café is conveniently located in several parts of the metro, for your quick, icy cool snacks this summer.

Must-Try Bingsu flavors: Choco Cookie, Strawberry, and the Mango Cheese
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4th Floor, Ayala Malls Manila Bay

Kuya Korea – UP Town Center

Known for their Korean fried chicken and delicious rice bowls, Kuya Korea recently added a new, sweet treat on their menu. You can now get a hold of their Strawberry and Cream Bingu, made with fresh strawberries topped with whipped cream in milky ice for only P290.

Must-Try Bingsu:  Strawberry and Cream Bingsu
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Phase 1, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City

Cafe Seol Hwa – Parañaque City

Located at B.F. Homes, Cafe Seol Hwa is a cozy, homey spot where you can enjoy a cup of coffee, bingsu, Korean dishes and more.

Must-Try Bingsu: Choco Brownie Bingsu and Coffee Caramel Bingsu
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Noah’s Place, 2nd floor, 330 Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City

Coffeesmith – Alabang

Coffeesmith is a cafe that hails from Korea offering different kinds of snacks, beverages, and bingsu! You’ll love the atmosphere of this place, especially because of their minimalist-industrial design that feels like a scene from a K-drama!

Must-Try Bingsu: Strawberry Banana Bingsu, Matcha Bingsu and Oreo Bingsu
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1101 Lower Ground Floor, Festival Mall Expansion (near Parkway Rotonda), Filinvest City Alabang, Muntinlupa City

Bonchon – multiple branches

Bonchon lets you enjoy Korean and American flavors in dishes like bibimbowl, Korean beef stew, and of course, their K-style chicken. They also offer different kinds of flavored bingsu!

Must-Try Bingsu: Chocolate Brownie Bingsu and Strawberry Oreo Bingsu
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Cafe Ana – Pampanga

IG-worthy cafe, you say? Swing by Cafe Ana on your next drive to Pampanga and enjoy their gorgeous interiors and tasty offerings! Their menu includes different flavors of bingsu, colorful drinks, churros, and other Korean dishes!

Must-Try Bingsu: Watermelon Bingsu and Red Bean Bingsu
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EG Academy 2009 Angeles City, Pampanga

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