If you have Korean friends you've probably experienced this odd combination of dairy and alcohol, which is pretty ubiquitous on many a Korean bar or club menu. The "yogurt" used in the drink is probably not what you're thinking -- not the white, dense stuff you eat with fruit, but more a light, sweet, slightly yogurt-y tasting drink found everywhere in Asia. There are many different brands but they're almost always in these mini plastic containers with red lids (as shown in the second photo). It's a pretty simple recipe - soju, sprite and some drinkable yogurt. Party on.
- 1 can sprite (or similar lemon/lime soda)
- 1 bottle soju (Green, Chamisul or other brand)
- 3-4 small bottles of drinkable yogurt (yakult, maeil or other brand)
- 1/2 squeezed lemon or a few dashes of lemon juice
- Chill all ingredients.
- Locate a pitcher or other large drink container. Mix all ingredients, adding more or less soju and little yogurts to taste.
- Even though this drink isn't very alcoholic, it's still fun to serve this in little shot glasses.
Serving Size: 6-8
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Preparation Time: 5 minutes