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5 Easy DIY Summer Soju Cocktail Recipes

You’re missing out if you don’t try these easy-to-make and fun cocktails in Korea with your friends this summer. It’s a simple and cheap way to enjoy some refreshing and colorful drinks on a hot summer day. All these ingredients are just a short walk away at your local convenience store. Get creative and swap out or add any of these drinks to create a cocktail of your choosing. It’s the perfect way to have a drink and eat an ice cream bar at the same time! Remember to stock up on your Korean hangover cures beforehand!

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1. “Screw Kiss”

Give this one a swirl! An adorable pink drink you can create in seconds.

  • 1/4 Cup of ice
  • 1 Screw bar Ice Cream
  • 1 Shot of Soju
  • 1 Can of Chilsung Cider
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2. “Juice Baju”

A combination that fruit lovers would want to try out. It has just the right amount of fruity and bubbly.

  • 1/4 Cup of ice
  • 1 Juice Bar
  • 1 Shot of Soju
  • 1/2 Cup of Chilsung Cider
  • 1/2 Cup of Blue Cruiser
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3. “Energizer”

Just as the name suggests, add a little bit of energy to your drink if you want a little kick to the flavor. Wake up to this drink!

  • 1/4 Cup of Ice
  • 1 Shot of Soju
  • 1/2 Cup of Powerade
  • 1/2 Cup of Hot 6
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4. “Bubble Tank”

Introduce some icy texture into your drink with this pear flavored drink. The ice cream goes on top so its an instant refresher!

  • 1/4 Cup of Ice
  • 1 Shot of Soju
  • 1/2 Cup of Chilsung Cider
  • 1 Tank Boy Ice Cream
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5. “Melona-ju”

A must try classic with Korea’s Melona bar. It’s creamy and sweet that gives off a hint of green. It’s so good you’ll want to make it again.

  • 1/4 Cup of Ice
  • 1 Melona Ice Cream Bar
  • 1 Shot of Soju
  • 1/2 Cup of Chilsung Cider
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And in the end you should have a fun assortment of all drinks and colors! If you want to make it fancier, just place them in nice glass cups and add some lemons. Check out this awesome video for visual reference.

Tadah! Enjoy your refreshments and show your friends this list!

Cheers


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