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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It is open from noon to 11pm at weekends and Soju bosses wanted these hours to apply to the rest of the week.
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The figures from the two Koreas shared kimchi (Korean pickled cabbage) and soju rice liquor, and spoke for three hours.
The delegations shared a lunch of dried pollack dumpling soup, a regional speciality of the only divided province on the Korean peninsula, and soju, a spirit popular on both sides of the heavily militarised border.
Spicy, pungent kimchi; thick fermented soups filled with meat so tender it falls off the bone; barbecued everything; all of it washed down with ubiquitous soju liquor.
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In 2015, a new innovative range of Soju products, known as Fruit Soju in Korea, created a sensation in spirits.