World's Strangest Hangover Cures

Hangover Cures Korea Haejungguk Soup
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From hot saunas to sour pickles, every culture has its preferred morning-after remedy.

Haejangguk

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What It Is: Preparations of haejangguk (literally “hangover soup”) differ across the country. When you’re soju-addled, go for the style most popular in Seoul—a rich ox-bone broth with raw napa cabbage, soybean paste, and (yes) congealed ox blood.

Where to Experience It: South Korea

—Carey Jones

Hangover Cures Korea Haejungguk Soup

World's Strangest Hangover Cures

Haejangguk

What It Is: Preparations of haejangguk (literally “hangover soup”) differ across the country. When you’re soju-addled, go for the style most popular in Seoul—a rich ox-bone broth with raw napa cabbage, soybean paste, and (yes) congealed ox blood.

Where to Experience It: South Korea

—Carey Jones

Anna Lee / Flickr
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