Hello, I’m ‘Duke in Korea’. Today, I’m going to try the JjamBbong that I uploaded in last week’s cooking video. When I eat the JjamBbong, I feel sad if I lose alcohol. 🙂 I eat it with drinking today. It is Kaoliang Liquor, another name is Er Guo Tou. I’m sure you know a green bottle that’s usually sold in a Chinese restaurant for $250 ml. (the Market price: $1) This blue bottle is an eight-year old Er Guo Tou of 5 dollars in the market. Let’s have a drink together. 🙂 43 Alcohol Level… mouth is hot. lol~ There’s a lot of ingredients in the soup. Shrimp, Beef brisket, bamboo shoots, adductor muscle of shellfish, Bok choy, squid and onion all taste good 🙂 You can choose the ingredients of this food you want for your own taste. I spoke in the last cooking video.It would have been better if I added some mussels, shellfish, and crab, but it was a bit disappointing. 🙂 My favorite is frozen noodles of half a dollar. It’s chewy and delicious to say half a dollar. lol~ Put meat and vegetables on the noodles and take a big bite.~~ It’s very spicy with hot chili. It’s a beef broth. It’s taste good. I feel cool because of seafood and vegetables. It’s a hot soup that needs to be drunk. 🙂 It’s 43 Alcohol level. I was only going to drink a glass, but I think I’ll have another one. 🙂 Side dish for drink eats bamboo shoots and beef brisket. Yum~ Yum~ We usually call Chinese Liquor as Kaoliang Liquor, Er Guo Tou, and White Liquor. Do you know the difference? In a large frame, distilled, transparent liquor is all White Liquor. Distilled soju is a white Liquor made from rice and is a kind of White Liquor. Kaoliang means sorghum, and Er Guo Tou means the second distilled form of White Liquor. High-Alcohol level White Liquor goes well with oily and spicy foods 🙂 Lastly, I drank the soup bottoms up. Then, I had a good meal by myself today! Thank you.