Soju is a very popular spirit sold in Korea and traditionally made by distilling rice and other grains. However, since the 1960s to alleviate the rice shortage, most soju has been made by diluting high-concentration neutral alcohol from distilled sweet potatoes or tapioca.
One of the hottest brands in South Korea , Chum Churum (which translates as "like the first tme") is popular due to the added alkaline water, higher sweetness and relatively lower alcohol content. This softer, softer profile has been hugely popular and is particularly popular with young South Korean drinkers.
Made in Korea
Water, alcohol, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, peach flavor, enzymatically modified stevia glucosyl, concentrated peach.