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Sweet Happiness Journey: Traditional Korean Desserts

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Sweet desserts always bring joy to people's hearts.

Korean desserts are not only sweet but also visually beautiful.

Today, Let me introduce you Korean desserts.

Shall we go on a sweet trip?

Let's begin😎

Gyeran ppang (Korean Egg Bread) is a popular street dessert made with eggs. Regular Gyeran ppang is delicious, but Egg Seoul is a dessert cafe that takes egg bread to a whole new level of deliciousness. When you take a bite of our signature Gyeran ppang, the savory cheese and soft eggs enhance the flavor. You can also try a variety of egg breads with various toppings such as strawberries, butter, and onions. Start your brunch with egg bread in a cafe with a clean and cozy interior.

Address: Seoul, Gangnam District, Cheongdam-dong, 39-5 1F

Work: 11 AM–8 PM (Mon, Closed)

Gaeseongjuak, which has a long history, is a traditional snack that has recently gained popularity among Koreans. It is a snack made of fried glutinous rice dough and spread with honey. Yebindang is a prominent Gaeseong Juak store. You can taste a variety of Gaeseongjuak here. When you take a bite of the cute, small, and crispy Kaesongjuak, the sweet oil oozes out, bringing happiness. This store's Gaeseongjuak is topped with a variety of toppings such as fruit and butter to cater to individual tastes. How about trying the colorful Gaeseong Juak for a snack?

Address: 315-7 Seongsu 2-ga Je 3-dong Seongdong-gu, Seoul

Work: 8 AM–10 PM

Tea is a beverage enjoyed around the world. Having tea after a meal makes people feel good. The Beautiful Tea Museum located in Insa-dong sells a wide variety of teas. Korean tea is the main focus here, but you can also enjoy teas from various countries, including China and Japan. Indulging in tea for dessert in a beautiful Hanok building can help soothe your mind. Shaved ice or rice cakes that can be enjoyed with warm tea are also delicacies!

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Address: 19-11 Insadong-gil, Jongno District, Seoul

Work: 11:30 AM–8 PM

Shaved ice is one of the world's most popular snacks. The trend of Korean shaved ice involves topping milk-based ice with sweet red beans or fruit, making it very popular. At Samcheong Bingsu, which features a beautiful Hanok interior, you can enjoy a variety of Korean-style shaved ice. The signature dish here is the Traditional bingsu, topped with sweet red beans on soft milk ice. In addition, grapefruit, mango, and black sesame shaved ice are also popular menu items. Chill out with some refreshing shaved ice!

Address: 84-1 Samcheong-ro, Jongno District, Seoul

Work: 12–7 PM (Fri, Sat, Sun 12–10 PM)

Yakgwa is Korea's most popular traditional snack. This snack, made from wheat flour and fried with honey, offers a burst of sweetness the moment you take a bite. In particular, it was a snack enjoyed by the Korean royal family in the past. Mandadang is a store that specializes in selling yakgwa. The Yakgwa made here in a traditional way is very popular for its excellent taste and appearance. It is also popular as a gift because of its luxurious packaging. How about delicious Yakgwa as a gift for a friend?

Address: 61 Nonhyeon-ro 175-gil, Gangnam District, Seoul

Work: 10 AM–6 PM (Sun, Closed)

Sweet, oh sweet, the sweet Yanggaeng (Red Bean Paste Jelly) is a snack that originated in Japan but evolved into its own unique form in Korea. Jeokdang is a trendy cafe that specializes in serving yanggaeng as its main menu. Soft Yanggaeng, enjoyed in a beautifully decorated interior, is served on a small table, creating a visually luxurious experience. Soft and sweet Yanggaeng pairs perfectly with beverages. Also, this place offers a unique menu featuring Baekseolgi, a traditional Korean snack, served with butter. Be sure to try this combination!

*Moreover, by using the Tripriend app, you can receive a discount Coupons.

Address: 29 Eulji-ro, Jung District, Seoul

Work: 10 AM–9:30 PM



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