Time Out says
The name of this bingsu in Korean is a play on words combining “persimmon” with “how dare you”—and oh, we dare. It’s chock full of frozen and dried persimmon layered with shaved ice and milk, topped with chocolate and fresh mint. Persimmon is a fall fruit, but eating frozen persimmons is a summer tradition and the flavors are both comforting and refreshing.
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