Question from a Reader: Homemade Red Bean for Patbingsu

Hmmm...I thought that the red bean always came in cans. But apparently it comes from beans. Now does anyone know how to make it? Here is the question from one of my readers:

Dear Daniel,

My name's Eugene Rhee and I'm currently living in Seoul. I came across your O'ngofood site and was wondering if you could recommend any classes that specialize in Korean desserts? Specifically I'm really wanting to learn how to make the red bean concoction that's used for patbingsu. I'm not a fan of the canned stuff. I know it's pretty specific and random, but if anyone has a lead I figured it'd be you and your team up there. Thanks ahead of time if you can hook me up with any leads. Have a good one!



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