Jeju Special Self-Governing Province Intangible Cultural Property No.3 Urban Folk Village Omegisool

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Jeju Special Self-Governing Province Intangible Cultural Property No.3 Urban Folk Village Omegisool +

Classification Relic
Designated date 1990.5.30
location Seogwipo-si, Jejuteukbyeoljachi-do
Jeju Island does not make alcohol from rice because rice paddies are very precious islands, and the ingredients for rice are "Joe," a field grain.

Jeju Island's history of making rice wine with rice is as old as the cultivation of rice.

In Jeju Island, rice wine and rice wine were produced in narrow rice fields, and the rice wine was called ome technology. Ome technique originated from "Omegi," the name of the rice cake that makes takju, which means alcohol made from this rice cake.

It takes several steps to make omega technology. Usually, the 40-year-olds put down their spoons, which cost 12 sacks of rice and 10 sacks of wheat and barley to make yeast.

Alcohol can be borrowed at any time, but it is better to make fresh rice after Sanggang (October 24 in the lunar calendar) during the 24 solar terms. Ome Technology, a town folk village, is handed down by Kim Eul-jeong, a skilled craftsman.

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