Soju refers to Korean clear, distilled liquor made of rice, sweet potatoes and other ingredients similar to Vodka. Together with Makgeolli, this is the most popular alcoholic beverages in Korea and is also the base liquor for many other drinks. Soju has 20-25% alcohol content. Sojus ia great accompaniment for various Korean dishes.

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