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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