28 Popular Refreshing Korean Beverages

Craving for a refreshing beverage? Quench your thirst with these famous Korean beverages –음료수 eumryosu like Soju, Banana Milk, and Milkis. Ready to learn more? Keep reading below!

It’s no secret that Korean cuisine offers a lot of mouthwatering food popular not just in South Korea but also worldwide. But aside from their food, they also have a fantastic variety of beverages ranging from non-alcoholic beverages and soft drinks to alcoholic drinks.

Today, we will learn about different Korean beverages that the locals and Korean culture enthusiasts are well-loved. This list might be long, but it will be worth reading.


Famous Korean Drinks

In most of the K-dramas, whether it’s a historical K-drama or modern, we mostly see the characters drinking, which is a big part of their culture. It seems like drinks are an essential part of their lives. They have drinks perfect for different situations such as celebrations, tiredness, loneliness, and more. This is what makes us crave these drinks. Since it’s an integral part of their culture, why don’t we learn more about them?

Here is a list of Korean beverages.

Soju (소주) – Korean Distilled Beverage

Soju (소주) - Korean Distilled Beverage-Chrysanthemum Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

When it comes to Korean alcoholic drinks, there’s one drink that will always come first into our minds: Soju. From K-dramas, online ads, and print ads, Soju is definitely the leading Korean alcoholic drink loved not just by Koreans but also by people worldwide.

It is thought to have first appeared when the Mongols taught the Koreans how to distill alcohol in the 13th century. Soju is made from fermented rice, although it can also be made from wheat, barley, sweet potatoes, or tapioca.

If ever you want to try Soju, Chamisul (참이슬) and Chum Churum (처음 처럼) are the two major soju brands that dominate the Seoul market.

Somaek (소맥) – Cocktail Made Of Soju And Beer

Somaek (소맥) - Cocktail Made Of Soju And Beer-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Another type of Korean drink that we usually see in K-dramas is the Somaek (소맥). It is a basic Korean cocktail made with beer and soju, a popular rice spirit from Korea. If you have watched the K-drama, My Roommate is a Gumiho; this is what Lee Dam drank after she broke up with Woo-yeo.

The proportions of the beverages might vary, but three parts soju to seven parts lager is a good starting point. Somaek can be made in various ways, but the most common is to pour beer first, followed by a shot of soju. This is also best partnered with Korean fried chicken, like how Koreans enjoy it.

Bananauyu (바나나우유) – Banana Milk

Bananauyu (바나나우유) - Banana Milk-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Remember when Baek Yi Jin surprised Na Hee-do while training in her school? This is the drink that Yi Jin gave to Na Hee-do. This simple, sugary, and addictive Korean drink makes up the childhood memories of many Koreans. It’s no surprise that nearly a million bottles of Banana milk are sold every day because of its popularity, added to the fact that it’s endorsed in K-dramas.

The government intended to encourage South Koreans to drink more milk for their health. Therefore banana-flavored milk became popular. Since its launch in 1974, when bananas were still considered a luxury item, this drink has been a national favorite. The most popular brand of Banana milk is Binggrae.

Dalgona Keopi (달고나 커피) – Dalgona Coffee

Dalgona Keopi (달고나 커피) - Dalgona Coffee-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Remember when the pandemic hit and made the whole world stop in the year 2020? Dalgona Coffee rose to popularity, and almost everyone joined the trend and made their version in their home. This trendy Korean drink is perfect for enjoying at home because it is easy to make, delicious, and served cold.

The word “dalgona” comes from traditional Korean street food that tastes similar to honeycomb toffee. Dalgona is created in a similar style to whipped coffee; hence it was given that name by a TV personality.

Dalgona coffee is essentially frothy whipped coffee made of instant coffee, sugar, hot water, and milk. If you want to do this at home, you’ll need a mixing bowl. Combine the coffee, sugar, and hot water and whisk until the mixture is creamy, velvety, and firm. This whipped coffee is then dolloped upon cold or warm milk of your choosing. You can also watch TikTok or Youtube video tutorials.

Milkiseu (밀키스) – Milkis

Milkiseu (밀키스) - Milkis-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Milkis, often known as milk and yogurt soda, is one of the famous and well-liked Korean soft drinks. Lotte Chilsung, a South Korean beverage manufacturer, makes it. Its tagline says, “New feeling of soda beverage.” It blends several of the basic constituents of classic carbonated beverages, such as sugar and carbonated water, with milk to create a creamy taste. If you want a refreshing drink, Milkis is one to consider.

Maekkol (맥콜) – McCol

Maekkol (맥콜) - McCol-Chrysanthemum Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Who’s up for another refreshing drink? If you’re in South Korea, you should never miss trying McCol. In Korea, it is the first carbonated barley drink. It has recently received a lot of interest from health-conscious circles since it includes a dietary fiber called β-glucan. But, it didn’t take long until it gained popularity in South Korea.

McCol is a Korean barley-flavored soft drink that Ilhwa Co produces. It has a particular flavor that sets it apart from other cola soft drinks, giving it a rich yet refreshing flavor. McCol is a Korean favorite because of its unusual sweet flavor and blends of carbonation and barley undertones.

Bokbunja Ju (복분자주) – Korean Black Raspberry Wine

Bokbunja Ju (복분자주) - Korean Black Raspberry Wine-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Bokbunjaju, commonly known as bokbunja wine, is a fruit wine prepared in Korea from wild and/or cultivated bokbunja (Korean black raspberry). Bokbunja-major Ju’s ingredient is the Bokbunja berry (a toothsome raspberry variant in Korea).

The health advantages of the bokbunja fruit are well recognized, so it should be no surprise that this delectable wine is also quite healthy. The wine’s trademark blood-red color and sweet berry flavor come from this local berry.

Makgeolli (막걸리)

Makgeolli (막걸리)-Chrysanthemum Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Makgeolli, which goes back to the 10th century, is the oldest Korean alcoholic drink. It was popular among farmers and the working class decades ago. That’s why it gained the name “farmer’s drink.” It’s often produced with rice fermented with nuruk 누룩 (a traditional Korean fermentation starter). The fermenting procedure results in a softly carbonated beverage with a milky appearance and a mildly sweet taste.

When you dine in South Korea, it is served from a kettle and poured into stainless steel bowls. Since it was considered a “farmer’s drink,” a bowl of it was supposed to be equivalent to a rice bowl. Makgeolli is currently available in bottles and sold in supermarkets, preserving the heritage and innovating it.

Makgeolli is also one of the most popular Korean drinks that have been featured in different Korean dramas. It was seen in Vicenzo, Rooftop Makgeolli, and My Roommate Is A Gumiho. It was the most popular Korean drink in the 1980s, but imports slowly overshadowed it.

But, it made a comeback. Makgeolli gained popularity in the previous decade when it was reintroduced as a fruit cocktail blended with Chilsung Cider. Many bars and pubs throughout South Korea serve this contemporary form of Makgeolli.

Maesil-ju (매실)- Korean Plum Wine

Maesil-ju (매실)- Korean Plum Wine-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Maesil-ju, commonly known as plum wine, plum liquor, or plum liqueur, is an alcoholic beverage made with maesil fruit (plums). It is made from maesil, preferably ripe hwangmae (yellow plums), which are fragrant, firm, and yellowish in hue. Winemakers will utilize ripe and firm yellow plums to prepare this drink (known as hwangmae in Korean). Green ones are less prevalent because they are usually tougher and less scented.

Plums are cleaned and dried on a tray in cold water for a day. Dried plums and soju are steeped for roughly 100 days in a sterilized glass or earthenware jug. The fruits are then sieved out of the plum wine, and sugar is added. The wine can be enjoyed right once, but aging it for three to six months will substantially enhance its flavor.

Kol-la (콜라) – Cola/Coke

Kol-la (콜라) - Cola/Coke-Korean-Beverages-Ling

This is not particularly from South Korea, but it’s also a popular drink among Koreans. It is enjoyed by all ages just like how people love it in different parts of the world. It is best partnered with almost every Korean street food or Korean food. Just recently, in South Korea, the Coca-Cola Company released its first label-free plastic bottles. The corporation removed the plastic label to improve recycling efficiency and conform to the industry’s non-label trend to safeguard the environment.

Omija Tea (오미자차) – Korean Five-Flavor Berry

Omija Tea (오미자차) - Korean Five-Flavor Berry-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Do you want a flavorful tea? Omija Tea doesn’t just offer one or two flavors. It offers five flavors which makes it one of the most popular Korean drinks. Omija-cha, or magnolia berry tea, is a traditional Korean tea brewed from dried magnolia berries. Sweetness, sourness, bitterness, saltiness, and pungency are the five flavors that make up the Omija. Boil dried magnolia berries in water over low heat and then added honey to make the tea.

This tea is ideal for when you feel a cold or flu coming on because it has a variety of therapeutic characteristics that help prevent colds. Omija tea may even help heal the liver over time, according to traditional Korean medicine!

Maesilcha (매실차) Green Plum Tea

Maesilcha (매실차) Green Plum Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

If you have experienced going to South Korea during the summer season, you’ll see enormous netting bags full of little green plums or yellow plums. Plum trees are well-known throughout East Asia for their blossom and fruit. The plums from this tree are an essential ingredient in making one of the traditional Korean drinks, the Korean plum wine.

Koreans will often ferment plums with sugar to make maesil syrup, a plum concentrate that may be stored and used as a refreshing summer beverage or a winter tea.

Nokcha (녹차) – Green Tea

Nokcha (녹차) - Green Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Green tea has managed to get its place as one of the trendiest drinks today, and it’s one of the ultimate classic Korean beverages. It’s a delicious tea that can be consumed in various situations, like if you want a refreshing drink during summer, a warm drink during cold days, and if you want a new flavor for your cookie or cake.

Green tea has been around for centuries, and its applications appear to be endless. It’s also high in antioxidants, making it a favorite drink among health-conscious people. Instead of powder, Korean green tea is prepared from dried tea leaves. Today, almost everything has a green tea flavor – ice cream, cookies, and more.

Misutgaru (미숫가루) – Ground Grains

Misutgaru (미숫가루) - Ground Grains-Chrysanthemum Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Misutgaru is a beverage made from misu-garu (misu powder), a traditional Korean grain powder made up of 7–10 different grains. It is commonly used to satisfy thirst on hot summer days, as a quick, nutritious drink for breakfast, or as a healthy snack.

Misutgaru is a roasted grain powder shake sweetened with honey or sugar. This smoothie is an excellent diet food because it is high in protein and provides a healthy range of whole grains.

Sukchwihaesoeumnyo (숙취해소음료) – Dawn 808

Sukchwihaesoeumnyo (숙취해소음료) - Dawn 808-Korean-Beverages-Ling

With the drinking culture of Koreans, it’s not surprising that hang-over drinks are very famous. Dawn 808 is the first patented hangover drink in the world! Dr. Jong Hyun Nam devised the formula (portrait on the can). The flavor is evocative of hanyak (traditional Korean medicine), made from traditional herbs and roots.

Sikhye (식혜) – Korean Sweet Rice Drink

Sikhye (식혜) - Korean Sweet Rice Drink-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Sikhye does not refer to Du-sik and Hye-jin in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha. Sikhye is a non-alcoholic sweet drink created in South Korea with barley malt powder (the same grain used in beer and bread), sugar, rice, and, in certain cases, pine nuts. It’s a traditional Korean rice drink usually served as a dessert after a meal.

The drink has a particular flavor thanks to cooked rice and malt water. The drink is traditionally drunk at Korean festivals such as New Year’s Day and the Korean Harvest Festival. Sikhye is thought to aid digestion since it includes dietary fiber and antioxidants. Sikhye is such a rite of passage in Korea that it may even be found in bottles or cans at most Korean supermarkets and stores!

Bakkaseu (박카스) – Bacchus/Energy Drink

Bakkaseu (박카스) - Bacchus/Energy Drink-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Are you a fan of the Red Bull Energy drink when you need an extra energy kick? Bacchus will do the same trick. Water, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, taurine (the Red Bull special ingredient), and other additives make up most of the formula. Bacchus was first introduced in 1963 by the pharmaceutical company Dong-A as a hangover cure. It is now sold as an energy supplement.

Keopi Uyu (커피 우유) – Coffee Milk

Keopi Uyu (커피 우유) - Coffee Milk-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Are you having a long day, and you want extra energy? Coffee milk will never disappoint you. Coffee milk is coffee-infused milk. One non-alcoholic drink will satisfy you and make your day better. What’s more interesting is that it comes with cool and cute packaging to be easily carried around.

Rosdechilseongsaida (롯데칠성사이다) – Chilsung Cider

Rosdechilseongsaida (롯데칠성사이다) - Chilsung Cider-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Do you want another refreshing soda? Chilsung Cider will do the magic. Chilsung Cider is Korea’s No. 1 original carbonated beverage with a lengthy history. It tastes like a lemon-lime soft drink that many Koreans consider a refreshing drink, especially after exercising. The trick to this popularity lies with its standards: Pure, Clear, and Caffeine-free.

Gukhwacha (국화차) – Chrysanthemum Tea

Gukhwacha (국화차)-Chrysanthemum Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling-Korean-Beverages-Ling

One of the traditional teas that Koreans love to enjoy is the Chrysanthemum Tea. It is a flower-based infusion beverage produced from the blooms of the Chrysanthemum morifolium or Chrysanthemum Indicum species, popular in East and Southeast Asia. It is made of dried flowers soaked in honey for several months before being brewed with hot water to make a light, somewhat sweet tea full of flower blossoms.

The Chrysanthemum flower also has a lot of health benefits. According to one study, Chemicals taken from chrysanthemum flowers may help reduce inflammation, have anti-obesity effects, aid in the treatment of high blood sugar, and prevent type 2 diabetes.

Yujacha (유자차) – Citron Tea

Yujacha (유자차)-Korean-Beverages-Ling

This tea is created from thinly sliced yuzu fruit preserved in honey, preserving the fruit and giving it the sweet flavor that distinguishes citron tea. The main ingredient of this tea is Yuzu, a lemon-like citrus fruit. To create citron tea, get some of this delectable yuzu honey and dissolve a few spoonfuls in hot water. Citron tea has been considered a cold and flu treatment for centuries.

Boricha (보리차) – Roasted Barley Tea

Boricha (보리차) - Roasted Barley Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Koreans offer a wide variety of teas that you can enjoy, whether hot or cold. One of them is the Boricha or the Roasted Barley Tea. Unlike several teas on this list made with syrups or honey, it may be produced with only a tea bag and some hot water. Barley tea is also caffeine-free, allowing it to be had at any time of day.

Oksusucha (옥수수차) – Corn Tea

Oksusucha (옥수수차) - Corn Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

If you visit South Korea in winter and you’re looking for a perfect drink, corn tea is worthy of considering. Corn tea, or Oksusu-cha, is a Korean tea prepared from corn. While oksusu-suyeom-cha, or corn silk tea, refers to tea produced using corn silk, oksusu-cha can also be made with corn kernels, corn silk, or a combination of the two. In the winter, the caffeine-free infusion of this drink is a popular hot beverage. Corn tea can also aid weight loss, so this drink is worth it.

Cheongju (청주)

Cheongju (청주)-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Let’s talk about another Korean rice wine that has been around for a long time. Cheongju is a rice wine manufactured in South Korea from fermented polished rice. After then, it’s filtered to create a clear, crisp drink with a subtle sweetness. Cheongju is a traditional royal beverage still served as a ceremonial or welcoming drink. It is way more expensive than Soju, but it’s worth it.

Yulmucha (율무차) – Job’s tears

Yulmucha (율무차) - Job’s tears-Korean-Beverages-Ling

Yulmu-cha is a roasted, powdered yulmu tea occasionally blended with nuts like walnuts. The star of yulmu is a little grain known as “Job’s tears,” which has a long and colorful history. In addition to being delicious, this grain was used to produce religious jewelry throughout Europe, earning its unusual moniker.

Many people argue if it’s a tea or a meal. Despite being a tea, yulmu contains significant nourishment due to its preparation. In South Korea, vending machines sell tea, normally served hot. It’s affordable, convenient, and most of all, delicious.

Sujeonggwa (수정과) – Korean Cinnamon Punch

Sujeonggwa (수정과) -Korean-Beverages-Ling

Another Korean “dessert” drink. The drink’s foundation is simmering ginger, peppercorns, and cinnamon. Then, to give it a heartier, autumnal flavor, honey or brown sugar is added, along with dried persimmons that are reconstituted in the liquid.

Hwachae (화채) – Korean Punch

Hwachae (화채) - Korean Punch-Korean-Beverages-Ling

BTS, a well-known Korean boy band, performs Hwachae in an episode of the In The Soop series. Hwachae is a generic term for non-alcoholic punches created in Korea from various fruits and edible flowers soaked in honeyed water or honeyed magnolia berry juice.

Some Hwachae recipes now include fizzy beverages and fruit juices. Before serving, several restaurants top this dish with pine nuts. Subak-Hwachae is the most popular fruit punch, created of watermelon slices or scoops, bits of other fruits, ice, and honeyed watermelon juice.

Milkeuti (밀크티) – Milk Tea

Milkeuti (밀크티) - Milk Tea-Korean-Beverages-Ling

We cannot talk about Korean beverages without talking about milk tea. The milk tea was invented in Taiwan and swiftly spread throughout Asia, and Korea is no different. Milk tea brands imported from abroad are well-known among young Koreans. The top Korean milk tea brands are Gong Cha 공차, The Alley 더앨리, Cofioca 커피오카, Amasvin 아마스빈, and Happy Lemon 해피레몬.


Other Korean Beverages

General Beverages

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
에너지 드링크eneoji deurinkeuEnergy drink
환타hwantaFanta (brand name)
생과일주스saeng-gwa-il juseuFresh Fruit Juice
과즙gwajeupFruit Juice
자몽에이드jamong e-ideuGrapefruit Ade
청포도에이드cheongpodo e-ideuGreen Grape Ade
핫초코hat-cho-koHot Chocolate
뜨거운 음료tteugeoun eumnyoHot Beverages
사이다sa-idaKorean Sprite-like soda
광천수 鑛泉水gwangcheonsMineral Water
슬러쉬seuleoswiSlushie, Slush
탄산수tansansuSparkling water
청량 음료cheongnyang eumryoSoft drink
수돗물sudonmulTap Water
프로테인쉐이크peurote-in swe-ikeuProtein Shake

Milk (우유 u-yu)

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
아몬드밀크amondeu milkeuAlmond Milk
초코라떼choko ratteChocolate Milk
코코넛 밀크kokoneot milkeuCoconut Milk
밀크 쉐이크milkeu sweikeuMilkshake
오트밀크oteu milkeuOat Milk
라이스밀크raiseu milkeuRice Milk
두유 豆乳duyuSoy Milk

Tea (차 Cha)

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
흑미차heungmi chaBlack Rice Tea
버블티beobeultiBubble Tea
메밀차memil chaBuckwheat Tea
마살라차이masalla cha-iChai tea, masala chai
캐모마일차kaemoma-il chaChamomile tea
계피차gyepi chaCinnamon tea
꽃차kkot chaFlower tea
과일차gwa-il chaFruit Tea
홍차hong-chaGreen tea
현미녹차hyeonmi nokchaGreen Tea With Roasted Rice
인삼차insam chaGinseng tea
생강차saeng-gang chaGinger tea
nokcha ratte
macha ratte
Green tea latte, matcha latte
허브차heobeu chaHerbal Tea
히비스커스차hibiseukeoseu chaHibiscus tea
아이스 티aiseu tiIced tea
대추차daechu chaJujube tea
레몬차remon chaLemon tea
연잎차yeonip chaLotus leaf tea
민트차minteu chaMint Tea
오디차odi chaMulberry Tea
마테차mate chaMate Tea
오롱차orongchaOolong tea
감잎차gamnip chaPersimmon leaf tea
솔잎차sollip chaPine needle tea
보이차bo-ichaPu erh tea
모과차mogwa chaQuince tea
보리차bori chaRoasted Barley Tea (made with roasted barley seed)
옥수수차oksusu chaRoasted Corn Tea
장미꽃차jangmikkot chaRose Flower Tea
로이보스차ro-iboseu chaRooibos Tea
쌍화차ssanghwa chaSsanghwa tea, Korean medicinal tea
누룽지차nurungji chaTea made from scorched rice
헛개차heotgae chaTea made from oriental raisins (Hovenia dulcis)
둥굴레차dunggulle chaTea made from roots of Solomon’s seal (Polygonatum odoratum)
당귀차dang-gwi chaTea made from roots of angelica (Angelica gigas or Angelica acutiloba)
돼지감자차dwaeji gamja chaTopinambur tea, tea made from roots of Jerusalem artichoke
결명자차gyeolmyeongja chaTea made from sicklepod (Senna tora)
야관문차yagwanmun chaTea made from Chinese bushclover (Lespedeza cuneata)
우엉차u-eong chaTea made from burdock roots (Arctium lappa)
도라지차doraji chaTea made from balloon flower roots (Platycodon grandiflorus)
무말랭이차mumallaengi chaTea made from dried radish
여주차yeoju chaTea made from bitter melon (Momordica charantia)
노니차noni chaTea made from noni (Morinda citrifolia)
귤껍질차gyul-kkeopjil chaTea made from tangerine peels
작두콩차jakdukong chaTea made from sword beans
카카오닙스차kakaonipseu chaTea made from cacao nibs
백차baekchaWhite Tea
황차hwangchaYellow Tea

Coffee (커피 Keo-pi)

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
카페 라떼kape ratteCafe latte
Cafe macchiato
카페모카kape mokaCafe mocha
카라멜 라떼karamel ratteCaramel latte
아메리카노amerikanoCoffee americano
콜드 브류
콜드 브루
koldeu beuryu
koldeu beuru
deochi keopi
Cold brew coffee
필터 커피
핸드드립 커피
pilteo keopi
haendeu deurip keopi
Filter Coffee
아이스 아메리카노a-iseu amerikanoIced americano
두유라떼duyu ratteSoy latte
연유라떼yeonyu ratteLatte with condensed milk
바닐라 라떼banilla ratteVanilla latte

Alcoholic Drinks/ Beverages (주류 Juryu)

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
sangmyeon-barhyo maekju
Ale (beer), top-fermenting beer
담금주damgeum juAromatized spirits (often based on Soju)
생맥주saeng maekjuDraft beer, draught beer
동동주dongdongjuDongdongju, Korean rice wine with rice grains
과일소주gwa-il sojuFruit-flavored Soju
산사춘sansachunHawthorn liquor
복분자주bokbunja juKorean blackberry wine
전통주jeontong ju literally
“traditional alcohol”
Korean spirits
hamyeon-barhyo maekju
Lager (beer), bottom-fermenting beer
두견주 杜鵑酒
Korean rhododendron
Liquor flavored with Jindallae blossoms
탁주 濁酒takjuMilky rice wine
백세주 百歳酒baeksejuYellow-colored herb liquor; Baekseju (brand name)


Korean Words And Phrases Related To Korean Beverages

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
맥주 병maegju byeongbeer bottle
샴페인 글라스syampein geullaseuchampagne glass
술을 잘 마시다suleuljalmasindacan drink a lot (of alchohol)
물컵mulkeopdrinking glass
각 얼음gag eol-eumice cube
마시다masidato drink
술 한잔 기울이다sul hanjan giuridato drink liquor
–원샷wonsyatdrink all at once (one shot)
주량juryangdrinking capacity, drinking limit
귀밝이술을 마시다gwibalgisureul masidadrink ear-quickening wine
정수기jeongsugiwater purifier machine
광천수gwangcheonsumineral water


Korean Sentences Related To Korean Beverages

KoreanRomanizationEnglish Translation
마시고 싶어masigo sipeoI want to eat/drink. (intimate)
절주하기jeoljjuhagiDrink less.
음료 어떤 것 드릴까요? eumnyo eotteon geot deurilkkayo?What would you like to drink? (Formal)
혹시 마실 것 좀 줄 수 있을까요?hoksi masil geot jom jul su isseulkkayo?Could you perhaps give me something to drink? (Standard)
오늘 한 잔 마시러 갈래?oneul han jan masireo gallae?Do you want to go have a drink today?


Enjoy Your Drinks More! Learn The Korean Language Now!

Drinks are more fun when you have company. Imagine having a drink in South Korea while talking with your friends, colleagues, and even people you have just met. So, why not learn Korean? You may start by learning the basic words and phrases and greetings then you can work your way up to different topics. Luckily, Ling App can give you an amazing language learning experience to improve your language skills.

Cheers to a new opportunity to learn Korean. Grab your phone, download the app or just go to the website. Learn Korean with Ling App now!

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