‘HongDu Byeong’ is a restaurant of Incheon Chinatown! It is the first place to be. Although it is street food, it is a place to stand in a long line on the weekend.
This Red Bean Cake is a traditional baked bread from Japan, Taiwan, and China with 100 years of history. It is a carefully baked bread made from homemade copper plate made by the artisan of the fourth generation descending from Japan. I do not think it’s a bad idea.
Hongdu has five kinds of flavors: red beans, cream cheese, mango, dark chocolate and green tea. Beanjang is the representative and the most delicious, so it is essential to eat it. And the personal recommendation order is green tea, mango, cream cheese, and dark chocolate.
You can see the video of Incheon Chinatown Red Bean Cake as below.