So, Ice Cream Can Now Cure a Hangover
Here's a new way to lick a hangover.
A grocery store in South Korea is selling an ice cream bar that can put the kibosh on a hangover.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Just don't scream too loudly, though. Our heads are pounding here from all that tequila last night.
It's called the Gyeondyo-bar, which means "hang in there. It's reportedly the first ice cream treat to stop hangovers and is designed for people who have to go to work after a night of debauchery, which is a common occurrence in South Korea, where the workforce goes out to drink with the frequency you delete work emails that have nothing to do with you.
Hangover cures are big business in the country -- there are $126 million in sales every year in products such as pills, drinks and makeup.
Sure, ice cream is a novel approach, but if you're going to go the food route to rid yourself of a hangover, we still recommend the tried and true greasy cheeseburger.