The two major soju brands that dominate the Seoul market – Chamisul (참이슬) and Chum Churum (처음 처럼) – usually cost just ₩3,000 per bottle at a restaurant (about ₩1,000 if you want to keep it real at the convenience store). Pictured: Chamisul (참이슬)

My favourite alcoholic drink in Korea - Soju (소주) Brand is Chamisul (참이슬)

Did you know this rice punch is a digestive helper? Sweet and refreshing, maybe shikhye can help those Christmas bloat to go away :)

Sweet Rice Punch (Sikhye 식혜)

Did you know this rice punch is a digestive helper? Sweet and refreshing, maybe shikhye can help those Christmas bloat to go away :)

Some Interesting Facts About Soju

Some Interesting FactsYou May or May Not Have Known About Soju from Dom & Hyo

Homemade Sikhye (non- alcoholic Korean malt drink)

Homemade Sikhye (non- alcoholic sweet Korean malt drink) for the upcoming korean thanks giving

How To Drink Like A Proper Korean, The Best Way To Drink | Food Republic

INFOGRAPHIC: Short Guide to Drinking Culture in Korea Confused By The Scenes You See In Learn All About Korean Drinking Etiquette With This Guide. -Drama Fever If you love arts and crafts you will appreciate this website!

How to make Korean barley tea (boricha). Korean barley tea is a popular water alternative in Korea. It has nice nutty flavor and slightly sweet taste. | MyKoreanKitchen.com via @mykoreankitchen

Korean Barley Tea (Boricha)

How to make Korean barley tea (boricha). Korean barley tea is a popular water alternative in Korea. It has a nice nutty flavor and slightly sweet taste.

Subak Soju (Watermelon Soju) "Subak" means "Watermelon" in Korean. Soju is Korean signature clear, colorless distilled alcohol beverage.

Subak Soju (Watermelon Soju)

Subak Soju (Watermelon Soju) "Subak" means "Watermelon" in Korean. Soju is Korean signature clear, colorless distilled alcohol beverage.

Honey citron sparkling iced tea is a non-alcoholic cocktail made with Korean citron tea and sparkling mineral water. It's a perfect summer drink!

Honey Citron Sparkling Iced Tea

Honey citron sparkling iced tea is a non-alcoholic cocktail made with Korean citron tea and sparkling mineral water. It's a perfect summer drink!

Mix a Moscow Mule this holiday season with exceptionally smooth Ketel One® Vodka. Combine 1.5 oz of Ketel One® Vodka and 0.75 oz fresh lime juice in a copper mug or highball glass over ice. Top with ginger beer, stir, and enjoy.

Mix a Moscow Mule this holiday season with exceptionally smooth Ketel One® Vodka. Combine 1.5 oz of Ketel One® Vodka and 0.75 oz fresh lime juice in a copper mug or highball glass over ice. Top with ginger beer, stir, and enjoy.

Limoncello, Italian Alcoholic Dessert Drink.  [ Borsarifoods.com ] #drinks #recipes #food

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How to make Limoncello, an Italian Alcoholic Dessert Drink. Plan ahead if you want to make it, this tasty beverage has a prep time of 30 days.

How to Make Korean Watermelon Punch | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Korean Watermelon Punch

How to Make Korean Watermelon Punch. It is a popular summer dessert and drink in Korea. It's light, refreshing and will quench your thirst!

HUIMING'S BEAUTY: How to brew Korean rice wine at home?

How to brew Korean rice wine at home? Ingredients Rice 1 kg Nuruk (Korea rice-wine starter) Dry yeasty Mineral .

Food and Wine is giving your brunch day Bloody Mary a spicy Korean twist by throwing in some kimchi, Gochujang (hot pepper paste), and garnishing the cocktail with various Banchan like pickled spicy cucumber, tofu, and pickled ginger. Kimchi for you and me.

Kimchi Bloody Mary

Give your brunch day Bloody Mary a spicy Korean twist with kimchi, Gochujang, garnished with various Banchan like pickled spicy cucumber.

Yakult Soju Sprite Mix - How to: 2 bottles Yakult, 1/2 cup Korean Soju, 1 cup Sprite, 1-2 cups ice, Mix and enjoy!

20 Scrumptious Asian Inspired Cocktails To Ring In The New Year With

Yakult Soju Sprite Mix - How to: 2 bottles Yakult, cup Korean Soju, 1 cup Sprite, cups ice, Mix together.yakult is like yogurt or kefir

If you've got an appreciation for exotic alcoholic beverages, then you should definitely give these 6 Korean drinks a try.

Korean Alcoholic beverages to try: pomegranate liquor, bokbunja ju, baekseju, makgeolli, maehwasu & Soju

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