This isn't the normal popsicle you would pick up from the grocery store or at the convenience store in the United States. I actually saw this through icy glass doors of a freezer in a Korean store. Hint the Korean labels that I can't exactly read but I saw corn pieces and thought "what the heck, why not!". I'm pretty adventurous about trying new types of food so you may see me try some weird crazy stuff you wouldn't normally find here in the United States or especially Florida.
My first thought about this specific ice cream bar was that... there was REAL corn pieces within each bite. It was creamy and sweet but wasn't overly sweet like those ice and sugar syrup bars. It kind of reminds me of a bar of butter with random corn niblets scattered around, but thinking about eating butter in bites kind of gross me out. It's much more of a creamsicle full or corn on a stick.
I actually like this a lot, surprisingly. It's not too heavy, but it's heavy enough to satisfy anyone wanting something creamy. I really enjoy those corn pieces, even though it may sound a bit weird to have corn in your ice cream but in Asia corn is used many ways. You can find corn used in bread, sweets, meals and the list goes on. I'm glad I tried this out because I do buy these corn creamsicles on occasion and have recommended it to others.
Kim Brother's Oriental