Andong Soju Museum

  • Address: 280 Beonji, Susang-dong, Andong, South Korea, Andong-si
  • Phone: +82-113906922
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

You and your tour companions can plan a trip to the Andong Soju Museum to spend some hours in an extraordinary way. This museum got established in the year 1995. With a primary aim to glorify the rich history of Andong Soju, a traditional alcoholic drink of South Korea, this museum started its journey. Visiting this place, you will get to know about the origin of the very drink along with the procedure of producing the same. The museum showcases many other traditional Korean drinks, and you will see an impressive collection of cups and bottles here. The Andong Soju Museum houses a sampling section as well. Tourists don’t get charged to visit this wonderful place.

How to Reach Andong Soju Museum

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  • Andong Soju Museum Address: 280 Beonji, Susang-dong, Andong, South Korea, Andong-si
  • Andong Soju Museum Contact Number: +82-113906922
  • Andong Soju Museum Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Andong Soju Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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Andong Soju Museum Reviews & Ratings

  • Not a large museum and not exclusively about the hard liquor. Also interesting information on local food. Free taste at the end. Of the soju and snacks. Very quiet. You can also buy the local soju here.

  • Andong Soju is a must-try-it-out type of drink if you are settling or visiting Korea. The museum itself isn’t well equipped; doesn’t have any english/other foreign language guide, rather small (can finish off entire tour in max 15 mins), accessible only via bus 80 which runs every 30 mins. The good part however, is that entrance is free; offering free tasting as well. This is also the cheapest place to get Andong Soju; around 30 euros (34 dollars) for 2 bottles of 400ml Quality Andong Soju. Try visiting if this is on the way to one of your planned destinations; it could be slightly disappointing if you plan this place as one of your major tour stops.

  • very good to understand history of Korean traditional food

  • It was ok. It just gives you an idea of how sonu is made but you can't understand the whole this as it is pre pre dominantly in Korean. You would spend a maximum of 20 minutes if you do not understand what is written on the wall. They sell Soju too, if you would like to buy one you can go there.

  • Great soju and tour

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