Makgeolli is a raw rice-based alcohol (so don't, like, give this to your kids or anything), and the oldest alcoholic beverage in Korea, so as you can imagine, it's steeped in Korean culture and history! The kit includes a brewing guide, a half-gallon glass brewing vessel, a filtration bag, a no-rinse sanitizing solution, a collapsible funnel, two cups of Korean Chapssal rice, ½ cup Korean Nuruk (fermentation starter), and brewing yeast.
Hyesun House is a small POC-owned business based in Texas that blends modern style with Korean culture. Its founder was born in South Korea and began this business to honor his younger sister, Hyesun, who passed away from suicide in 2015. It is an attempt to bring awareness to the alarming rate of suicide among young Koreans in Korea. A portion of profits goes to organizations dedicated to suicide prevention and mental health issues in the global Korean community.
Promising review: "The kit came well packaged with easy-to-follow directions. I enjoyed making the batch and am excited to try the final product. I have made a few other homebrews for beer and seltzer and really enjoyed this as a micro brew because it was not as time consuming or as involved of a process. I would recommend this for anyone who is interested in homebrewing or making makgeolli regardless of experience." —James Hebeler
Get it from Amazon for $55.