11 Mar '15, 2pm

10 Korean Bingsu In Singapore – Our Love Story With Korean Iced Desserts

You were hard to find, located at an ulu spot of Burghley. Even if we drive here, we need to travel big rounds. Your name “Nunsongyee 눈송이” (pronounced as noon-song-yi) means “Snowflake” in Korean. So delicate. Your signature desserts of Snow Flake Black Sesame, Strawberry, Coffee Bingsu ($18.90), are also one of the priciest around. There are many toppings of powdered soybean korean rice cakes, sesame powder and almond flakes. So pure, white, soft and pillowy. (Read:

Full article: http://danielfooddiary.com/2015/03/11/bingsu/

Tweets

Chick and Ken – Korean Fried Chicken & Bingsu R...

danielfooddiary.com 27 Feb '15, 11pm

Chicken and Ken. Easy to remember name, and does remind me of Barbie and Ken. No toys here, but current trending foods – K...

War hero who rescued hundreds from Korean orpha...

stripes.com 08 Mar '15, 6pm

HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (Tribune News Service) — Dean E. Hess, an ordained minister turned Air Force fighter pilot whose role ...

South Korean offers dog meat to US envoy #Lippe...

todayonline.com 07 Mar '15, 6am

SEOUL — A well-wishing South Korean man tried to offer dog meat to injured US Ambassador Mark Lippert, who is recovering f...