A Korean Dessert I've Seen a lot recently

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    Recently I’ve seen a watermelon dessert with a few variations but in general the base is the same. They take a watermelon and scoop out the insides and place it in a container. Sometimes they just add some kind of soda pop to it, it’s usually clear. Other times they add a can of some kind of fruit to the watermelon along with milk and the soda pop. I’m assuming the soda is some kind of citrus or ginger soda. Does anyone know what this dessert is? It looks like it may taste good and I want to try it but I’m not sure exactly what goes in it.



    I think it is (Subak;Watermelon) Hwachae.



    Thank you so much :D! I had been so curious and now I’m going to try it ^^.

    I ended up with several recipes including the one for subak hwachae, yuja hwachae, bae hwachae, milgam hwachae, and Ddalgi hwachae :)



    Must look this up. Any idea when it became popular or its origin?



    Not sure. I’ve seen it on a lot of variety and reality shows like Infinite’s Sesame Player though.

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