Upon reaching my destination, I saw a crowd around the shop. The customers were a mixture of Koreans and Japanese tourists. “Kawaii!!!” I heard the Japanese tourists exclaimed excitedly.
Walking into the store, I was intrigued by the beautifully decorated ice-cream cones.
There’s more than 10 unique handmade ice-cream cones to choose from. I was spoilt for choice!
You can select the ice-cream cone of your choice and topped with yogurt or vanilla ice-cream. (It costs 6,300 won.)
An extra topping, like the cactus decoration (made of biscuit) which I have chosen, costs 1500 won.
Hence, I spent 7800 won (approximately S$9.60) for this cute, pretty dessert. I took me 10 minutes to snap this adorable ice-cream before savouring it.
Well, pretty thing doesn’t last long, but at least, it looks great in photos!
The pigeons finished the biscuit crumbs that were dropped on the floor.
68, Sinbanpo-ro 47-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea
- Alight at Sinsa Station (Subway Line 3)
- Exit 4
- Walk straight until you see Cafe Pascucci
- Walk into the right alley
- Walk straight until you reach 68, Sinbanpo-ro 47-gil