Hey if you cats are getting sick of Korean beer or over-priced imports, why not try your hand at the gentle art of homebrewing? It's actually really easy (using concentrate cans), relatively cheap and fun. There is a guy (2 brothers actually up in Seoul) who import and sell the necessary gear. Their website (only in Korea-sorry, but get a Korean savvy friend to help out) is:
Go down to the beer making stuff link (맥주 만들기), and open it up. The starters kit at 60,000won has all the bottles (15x1.5L), caps, fermenter bin, sterilizing powder and spoon, hyrdometer (tests the alcohol content and when it's ready to bottle) etc. You do still need to buy 1 can of beer concentrate (which includes the special yeast) at 30,000won. They taste great! India Pale Ale is awesome, and Blue Mountain Lager a real cracker. The Dockside Stout is a world gold medal winning mix and the Alaskan Dark Smoked Ale a rich and hearty brew. Need more advice, help etc? pm me, call me or go view KOTR founder Eric's homebrew page : www.beerlogged.com
(Eric is a web-designer as well as a climber and all round champion).
Dubious still? Shame on you! Ask Brandon (nomadicmind) Kapo (Kapo), Joe Park (jsp1001), 윤주 (yoonster), 경아 (Naomi) or Lindsey (lkiehn) for their unpaid, unprejudiced testimonial!