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Soju is a Korean distilled spirit that is typically made from rice. It is the most popular alcoholic beverage in Korea and is also popular in other parts of East Asia. It is typically made from rice, but can also be made from wheat, sweet potatoes, or tapioca. Soju is typically clear and colourless and has an alcohol content of around 20%. Soju is clear and has a relatively lower alcohol content than most other distilled spirits, which makes it a popular choice for drinking with food. Soju is often used in Korean cooking as a marinade or ingredient in dishes such as soju jjim (steamed soju dish) and soju-jjigae (soju stew).