Yakju (Clear Rice Wine/Medicinal Wine) refers to a Korean clear rice wine made from steamed rice that has gone through several fermentation stages. Various ingredients used in traditional medicine are also added, giving this liquor its literal name of "Medicinal wine". Yak is a Korean word for "medicine".

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