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Be careful of the innocent-looking little metal teapot in which JuJu Pocha serves its yogurt soju. It obscures the amount you've had to drink and the amount there's left to consume. Somewhere between sloshed and hammered, you quickly lose count. Is this your fifth shot glass or the fiftelert;jf? Get plenty of food to blunt the blow. These dishes are designed to anchor down your stomach with something solid and rich: dried roasted squid, a tonkatsu the size of your face, and fried chicken wings with pickled radish cubes. All are nibbles in a subclass of Korean cuisine called anju, food to be consumed when you go out drinking.