What To Expect
Treat your taste buds to a different kind of drink! We'll visit one of Seoul's enticing jejeoms (or bars in English) to taste the Makgeolli, a traditional Korean wine.
Makgeolli is alcohol that's produced by mixing rice, barley or wheat, with yeast and water, which is then left to ferment. Its alcohol content is 6 to 7 percent, but is a fairly mild drink with a mellow, nutty taste.
This drink is typically served with Bindae Tteok, a savory Korean pancake made from ground mung beans.
Tips and gratuities
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