Why is soju banned?
K3Soju, a popular TFT streamer, was banned from Riot for player boosting. K3soju and his friends were boosting other player’s stats and were caught doing this on a twitch stream. Riot had issued a 3-month ban but K3soju tweeted that he has gotten his ban reduced to a mere 3 days, which is now officially over.
What is the best way to drink soju?
Soju is best served ice-cold, neat, as a small pour in a chilled traditional cup, over and over again, until the Samsung executive hosting you pulls out his corporate credit card. Soju is usually best when slammed briskly, especially if it’s Jinro Chamisul Classic, a brand distinguished by its oily burn.
Is soju stronger than vodka?
Soju, a Korean variation on vodka traditionally made from rice but more commonly from sweet potatoes these days. With 24% alcohol, soju is stronger than beer (4% to 5%) or wine (about 13%) but packs a weaker punch than virtually all vodkas, which are 40% alcohol.
Is it OK to drink soju everyday?
Soju is a popular and fun drink that is a great celebratory drink to end off the day, but is Soju healthy? Soju is not healthy and can be detrimental to a healthy diet as it is high in calories and can cause excess weight gain due to the high alcohol percentage.
Can 1 bottle of soju make you drunk?
Soju comes mainly in bottles about the size of American beer bottles: But it is about five or six times as strong in alcohol content. So one bottle is a quiet night, two is a good buzz, three is loaded, and four bottles is comatose for all but the most hardcore alcoholic.
Is soju bad for liver?
One’s ability to consume alcohol or actual drinking capacity has no known relation to liver damage. Drinkers who can down a bottle of soju and still feel sober are no less susceptible to liver damage than those who start to slur their words after two shots.
Why do you shake soju?
According to Koreaboo, the custom of shaking the bottle began during the era when cheaply made corks were used instead of the metal cap commonly used now. Drinkers would shake the bottle so that cork residue would rise to the top. They would then hit the neck of the bottle to get rid of the crumbs of the cork powder.