The search for some nice restaurants at which to celebrate the end of the year will soon be in full force.
Domestic liquor companies are beginning to develop their own wines along with importing selections from overseas in an effort to diversify their businesses, deeming soju and beer alone no longer sufficient.
After days of eating Korean food with soju, friends and family visiting from overseas may want to try something Korean mixed with something a little more international.
JW Marriott Hotel Seoul has announced its 2022 Autumn Wine Fair, a seasonal celebration on the hotel’s seventh-floor Margaux Grill garden. The fair features wines from 11 countries representing some of the world’s leading wineries such as France...
Mokdo Brewery, a makgeolli (fermented rice wine) brewery that was established more than a century ago in Mokdo-ri, Buljeong-myeon in Goesan County, North Chungcheong, will soon be registered as a cultural property of the province, the Cultural ...
Customers purchase wine from Lotte Mart's wine shop, Bottle Bunker, in Songpa District, southern Seoul on Thursday. Some 1,000 varieties of wine will be on sale with discounts of up to 50 percent until May 15.
Wine on sale at Shinsegae Department Store in downtown Seoul on Tuesday. The department store announced that it is holding this year’s first wine discount event where customers will be able to purchase wine with discounts of up to 87 percent.
A bottle of the world's oldest single malt whiskey was sold for 250 million won on Sunday at Lotte Department Store's Jamsil branch in southern Seoul.
Driven by the growing trend of drinking at home amid the pandemic, major convenience store chains reported two- to three-fold growth in wine sales last year.
Lotte Mart is fighting to attract online shoppers back to its stores, and its efforts include a major upgrade of its Jamsil branch in Jamsil, southern Seoul.