Soju Think You Can Drink?

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 3, 2010
I blame the innocent-looking little metal teapot in which JuJu Pocha serves its yogurt soju. It obscures the amount you’ve had to drink and the amount there’s left to consume. Somewhere between sloshed and hammered, you lose count. Is this your...
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