[영작] 한국의 술 (영어 에세이 프리젠테이션)

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Kinds of Korean liquors:
Appearance and taste:
The 'So-ju':
The 'Makkoli':
The relation of our 'Makkoli' and 'Chung-ju':

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Kinds of Korean liquors:
Korea has its popular own alcohol beverages which are quite different from whisky, brandy and vodka. They are what they call 'So-ju', 'Makkoli', and 'Chung-ju'. 'So-ju' is a distilled hard spirit; 'Makkoli' is a unrefined liquor; 'Chung-ju' is clear strained rice wine.

Appearance and taste:
'So-ju' has 25% to 35% of alcohol concentration. It has no colors and transparent. The taste 'So-ju' is very bitter and It has almost no smell. It is nearly pure alcohol itself. The 'Makkoli' is different from 'So-ju'. It has dense color: not transparent. It has almost all kinds of tastes. It is somewhat sweet, sour, and bitter: very unique. The alcohol concentration of it is 6% to 7%. 'Chung-ju' is strained from 'Makkoli' and it has 15% to 20% alcohol concentration.
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