Newly-opened Korean dessert cafe PLUSEIGHTTWO runs out of bingsu

A variety of bingsu available at Korean dessert cafe PLUSEIGHTTWO. (Photo: @pluseighttwosg/instagram)

Newly-opened Korean dessert cafe PLUSEIGHTTWO (+82) ran out of bingsu just two days after its opening, according to a post by a business partner on Instagram.

Joey Tan, 25, who is one of four partners including K-pop boyband BTOB member Seo Eun-kwang, said that he was surprised by the response, adding that fans will need to wait for two weeks for the cafe to continue serving the frozen dessert as ingredients have to be shipped from Korea.

One of the cafe’s business partners made an announcement about the lack of stock on his Instagram. (Photo: @joeytdy/instagram)

We are out of stocks for bingsu but still experiencing full house selling just our toasts and beverages,” said Tan in a post on Sunday (21 Jan). “Thanks again for the support! Sorry for the inconvenience caused!!”

The dessert cafe, which is named after South Korea’s dialling code, serves bingsu in several flavours including chocolate, matcha and banana. The menu also include photo-worthy toasts with sodas in the form of ice cubes. The cafe’s other partners are Eun-kwang’s brother Seo Eun-chong, and their friend Kwak Keon-hee.

More on the cafe in the video below:

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