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International Wines and Spirits Expo 2016

When it rains it pours!


2016 Traditional Korean Liquor and Food Festival

We just updated about a Makgeolli and International Flower Festival happening in April, but we have another heads up about a Korean Liquor and Food Festival scheduled for the weekend of May 19-20th.  This one will be happening in the heart of Seoul at the Namsangol Hanok Village, and will feature all kinds of Korean alcohol and food pairings.


Goyang Makgeolli Festival 2016

The blossoms are blooming and we are mid-way through this year’s cherry blossom season, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t more flowers to be amazed and take selfies in front of!  And what better way to enjoy the spring air and newly sprung flowers than with some makgeolli in hand?  Thankfully someone else thought of this winning combination, and made a festival specifically for flowers & makgeolli.


Makgeolli Brewing Certificate Program 2016

Registration for March 26th Meeting Open!!

Spring is springing, and we are changing things up a little this month!  We have long been advocates for makgeolli’s rather under-praised cousin, cheongju (also referred to as yakju).   Cheongju is the golden yellow liquid that separates from the sediment during fermentation of makgeolli, and can be just as tasty as it’s milky counterpart.


Registration for February 27th Meeting OPEN!!

It’s a beautiful sunny day today in the capital, and whilst it’s still a little chilly, we can feel the warmer winds of spring are just around the corner!  This year to make life a bit more simple, our regular MMPK meetings are going to be regularly scheduled for the last Saturday of each month.  So that means February’s meeting is creeping up next Saturday the 27th, and we are more than ready to get some makgeolli exploring done.

For our next location, we had just one thing on our minds….well I guess two if you count the makgeolli.

Duck.


5 Reasons Why You Must Visit South Korea in February

In terms of weather, the most favorable times to visit South Korea are March ~May and September~November. However, February can be a fabulous time for travelers to visit South Korea. Here are 5 great reasons why:

1. Save Your Travel Expenses

incheon-international-airport-680402_1920.jpgWant to save travel expenses? We strongly recommend you visit South Korea in February if you’re considering a budget travel because during the winter season, hotels prices and airfare drop as temperature drops! ;)


A First-Time Traveler’s Guide To Seoul

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“You do not travel if you are afraid of the unknown, you travel for the unknown, that reveals you with yourself.” – Ella Maillart


Ipari (이파리)

Name: Ipari (이파리)

Location: Hongdae/Yeonhuidong


Registration for November 21st Meeting Open!!!

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