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    Hello: First I want to say I am a big fan – your food always looks delicous! The first one I tried and served to my friends was the sweet and spicy chicken (now people think I can cook – lol_.

    I am trying to find a recipe for the old country “makkoli.” My mom says that the real one (not the plastic bottles sold in stores) is sweet and refreshing. Please teach me hoe to make it. Thank you for your sitte I love it.




    Yes, I will post the recipe for rice wine (makkoli)someday!

    Thank you very much for your request!



    I love this stuff. I had some when hiking in Seoraksan and it was great for a break during the long hike.

    I’d like to learn how to make it too! But in the mean time I’d settle for learning where I can buy it. There used to be a liquor store that had it on 32nd and 6th Ave in NYC but that closed down a while ago. Any ideas where I could find some?



    Hi gal, thanks for all your wonderful receipes, i tried making kimchi and radish kimchi, they are great. Just that, do you have a tip on removing the bitter taste on the radish, because my radish kimchi taste more and more bitter as the longer i hv kept them. also, could you pleasssee teach us makkoli, i love the taste of it after i tried it with bulgogi =) many thanks


    Ubu Roi

    I have just discovered you! I love Korean food and drink! Maangchi, please share your recipe for makkoli!



    I posted my makgeolli video recipe a while ago. Check it out.

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