The Washington Post: How to drink moonshine from around the world in Washington, D.C.

The first stop on our D.C. moonshine world tour is Anju, where customers can drink makgeolli, South Korea’s oldest liquor. Once a preferred beverage for farmers, it was often made at home and served as a hearty welcoming drink for guests. Today it continues to be immensely popular in South Korea and beyond. When drinking makgeolli, turn your face away from those more senior in your group as a sign of respect.