Soju


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Soju

A Korean term for whiskey. In South Korea, it is a slang term for a small bribe.
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hold and yearn among us One bottle, two bottle of soju .
Dosi offers a number of soju-based cocktails ($12), such as Mai Korean Girl, made with orange- and pineapple-infused soju, cherry syrup and orange juice; and the Lychee-Berry Margarita, mixing raspberry-infused soju with lychee milk and fresh lime and lemon juices.
The LA restaurant, located in Koreatown, was previously known as Soju Town, but it was reopened as Gangnam Style last month.
Hite-Jinro said from Tuesday it began labelling soju and beer bottles sold in Seoul with messages reading: "No more drunken violence
Jinro Soju - claimed to be the world's top-selling spirit brand - is hitting the UK following a distribution deal with supplier Hi-Spirits.
Those who claim that the war served as a surrogate World War III," he argues, "should take another sip of soju," the Korean wine that has been known to cause the ears of unsuspecting Westerners to emit blue flames.
This old house is the perfect place to sample Korea's drink soju and Korean barbecue and kimchi salad.
Yoonhee wanted Korean soju because it's superior to Japanese sake but there was none.
Friday, Yang's Twitter account was updated with this: "Feeling worse today - dizzy and congested - maybe cuz of the soju yesterday.
SCOTCH whisky is facing a threat from a South Korean tipple called soju.
bottles of soju and three of whiskey at a time, to which Soo-jung
Some were drinking soju, squatting by the fire, and speaking in guttural island dialect with one another.