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Makgeolli's number was almost punched. In the 1980s, the fizzy, tangy-sweet rice wine lost its status as South Korea's favorite alcohol. The reason was hidden in another name for the ancient drink, nongju, which means "farmer's alcohol." Makgeolli has a 2,000-year history and is considered the country's oldest alcoholic beverage, but to most Koreans, it called up the image of field workers having a lunchtime drink.
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