Every few months, I publish a soju cocktail recipe. This time, I am publishing a recipe for the popular Yakult soju cocktail! In South Korea, people make this cocktail using a well-loved childhood sweet drink known as ‘Yakult.’ From there, they add soju and Sprite. In the end, the drink tastes citrusy, light, and refreshing. Honestly, it is a bit dangerous because you cannot taste the alcohol!
Are you a fan of tea? Across the globe, tea is notably the second most widely consumed drink after water. This love of tea is no exception in South Korea. You will find that tea is an incredibly important part of their cultural identity. When traveling to South Korea, you will find countless types of teas available on the market. While some are common and available across the globe, others are very unique–you may have never heard of or tried them. So, here, we will list 10 popular Korean teas to try at home!