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We arrived at the Soju Museum to find that it also is a Traditional Food Museum . Outside is a car park and a sign next to an old still for producing the soju. The exhibits show how the soju is made, starting years ago....More
We filled in a late morning with this. The English speaking guide was very informative. Ask bus 80 driver to drop off- it's next to a service station before the university. Return bus 81 across the road and wave it down 👋.
The museum is tiny and you can walk thru it in about 5 mins. They have a tasting at the end, but it was the strongest tasting Soju I have ever had. I would recommend grab and boot and a buddy to get to enjoy...More
Before coming to Korea I was not fully aware of the existence of soju which is apparently a popular alcoholic beverage distilled from rice or potatoes. This museum will allow you get acquainted with the tradition of making soju and celebrating life with it ....More
It's definitely not worth the trip to Andong if you're not going already but if you've got a spare couple of hours the Soju Museum is an interesting place to visit. I believe you can get the bus there from Andong centre but we walked,...More