Koreans have a wide array of traditional drinks that have been around for centuries. These Traditional Korean Drinks include:
Soju: A clear, distilled liquor made from rice, wheat, or barley. Soju is the most popular alcoholic beverage in Korea and is often consumed neat or with water.
Makgeolli: A milky, slightly sweet rice wine that is traditionally made by fermentation of rice, wheat, and water. Makgeolli is typically served in a bowl and is a popular drink among all age groups.
Sikhye: A sweet rice beverage made by boiling rice in water, then adding sweeteners such as honey or brown sugar. Sikhye is often served as a dessert or after-meal drink.