Bingsu: Chestnut & jujube patbingsu

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Bingsu: Chestnut & jujube patbingsu

by: . | Korea Tourism Organization | July 25, 2013
Damjang Yeope GukhwakkotCuisine: Korean
Hours: Tuesday: 9:00-23:00
Thursday: 9:00-23:00
Saturday: 9:00-23:00
: 9:00-23:00
: 10:00-23:00
Sunday: 10:00-23:00
South Korea
Phone: 517-1157

Damjang Yeope Gukhwakkot (Chrysanthemum by the Fence) in Seorae Village in Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu is famous for Chestnut and Jujube Patbingsu, which comes out in a stunningly crafted brass bowl. The dish is made of a mountain of ice, home cooked red beans, fresh homemade rice cakes, and milk and is garnished with a generous helping of freeze-dried jujubes that are so crispy they almost taste like potato chips! Another popular dish is the Sujeonggwa Bingsu in which sujeonggwa (traditional persimmon punch) is poured over the shaved ice. Dishes are served in brass bowls, which not only add an extra bit of flair to the dish, but also help keep the dessert cool and stop the ice from melting. Complement your bingsu with one of the café’s traditional rice cakes or a cup of hand-drip coffee.

* Seorae Village: Located in the Seocho-gu area of Seoul, Seorae Village is largely inhabited by French residents. As a result, there are many French-style restaurants, cafes, and wine specialty stores.

Place: Damjang Yeope Gukhwakkot (Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul)\

Directions: Gangnam Express Bus Terminal Station (Subway Line 3, 7, 9), Exit 4.
Take a taxi to the Seorae Village entrance (10min) and walk about 50m.
Turn down the alley to the left of Starbucks.
Damjang Yeope Gukhwakkot is located on the right.

Hours: Weekdays 9:00 - 23:00 / Weekends 10:00 – 23:00

Menu: Chestnut & Jujube Patbingsu: 8,000 won (13,000 won for two servings) / Sujeonggwa Bingsu: 9,000 won

Phone: +82-2-517-1157 (Korean)

Homepage: (Korean)
1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

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