[Ceci] Soju Goddesses
A little introduction to Soju
Soju was first brought over to Korea in the 14th century by Mongolians during the Yuan Dynasty. The “ju” in soju is sometimes written as the Hanja “ju” that means alcohol, but the original character stood for the process that required fermenting and distilling the alcohol three times. During the Josun Dynasty, drinking soju at home was considered an unnecessary luxury, and manufacturing of soju was banned.
Today soju is for lack of a better term, the official drink of Korea. You can find it in every bar, club, and restaurant in the country. People both young and old, businessman and student alike drink it. And for many college students drinking soju has become a right of passage. To put it simply, soju is a big part of Korean life, and the companies who manufacture and sell it spend a lot of time selecting the idol who will be the face of their brand. Hyori is probably one the best known Soju Goddess. But there are many many more.
Browse through the gallery to learn more about soju and meet the sexy Soju Goddesses who represent this iconic Korean drink.