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This Korean Cafe's Shaved Ice Has A Dino-Mite Surprise!

South Korea is known for offering an endless amount of cafes, and in order to stand out in a crowd, these cafes are constantly coming up with new and creative ways to keep the customers coming.
Needless to say, there's lots of awesome going on in Korea's cafe scene, but this Busan-based cafe and their Dinosaur Egg shaved ice might be taking the proverbial cake.

The shell is made out of a cookies and cream white chocolate and sits on a 'nest' of chocolate shavings, pearls, and shaved ice.

Not enough chocolate for you? Don't worry. They give you some chocolate syrup on the side.

Every order of the shaved ice also comes with a metal hammer, so that you could play archaeologist and tap the shell open!

And of course, what would a choco dinosaur egg be without a mini choco dinosaur living inside of it?!

WITH CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM!!!

The dessert is sold at the Dala 100% Chocolate Cafe for 11,000 won (or roughly $9.50 USD) - a small price to pay for the glory of eating a huge dinosaur egg made of sugar.

Would this dino-inspired dessert be enough to draw you into this cafe?

Let me know what you think about Dala's dinosaur egg shaved ice below, and for more weird things you didn't know you wanted, follow my SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY collection.
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And only 9.50 USD???? OMG I'LL TAKE 10 LOL
@MattK95 OMG! That's so awesome!
@MattK95 HOW EXCITING1!! :D
@MattK95 I see :) The reason why I asked you that is becuz I live in Korea Have a safe trip and I hope you enjoy!!
@fallchild I bet there's a way to make this vegan at home! Even if you'd need a few tools to do it lol.
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