These are most of the drinks served at a Korean buffet. Among the coffee, hot chocolate, and soda dispensers is a beer tap! You can have an unlimited amount of beer anytime you want.
Soju is another staple drink in South Korea. I had to try it because it is very popular in this country. Unfortunately, I believe it is disgusting! I am not a vodka lover and this drink taste similar to vodka minus the lingering taste vodka leaves. Also, with the soju came a slab of baked eggs with vegetables. I do not see how Koreans can eat so much! They order food with every drink!
I absolutely love wine, so it is only natural that one of the first drinks I tried in South Korea was Magoli. This rice wine is a very popular dink in Korea. Additionally, when Korean’s go into a bar to order drinks it is the norm to always order food. For Magoli, the staple food is Pajeon…a vegetable pancake! This is one of the best combinations I have ever had! 🙂