Igangju refers to a Korean liquor made by adding pear juice, ginger juice, honey and water to Soju . Igangju is typically produced in February according to the lunar calendar and is famous in Jeonju in Jeolla-do in southwestern Korea and Hwanghae-do in North Korea.

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