|Place of origin||Korea|
|Associated national cuisine||Korean cuisine|
Sudan (수단; 水團/水𩜵) is a traditional Korean punch made with boiled grain cake balls and honied water. It is usually served during the summer for quenching thirst. Traditionally Sudan was always served during a village rite in 6th month in lunar calendar. Korean farmers prayed for a bountiful harvest and god’s blessing for their life in the future by making food offering including foods and Sudan drink. It is sometimes considered a type of hwachae.
Hwachae made with rice (or other grain) cakes or rice (or other grain) balls are called sudan (수단).
- Bori-sudan (보리수단; "barley punch") – made with steamed barely, mung bean starch, and omija juice.
- Tteok-sudan (떡수단; "rice cake punch") – garae-tteok made with thinly sliced garaetteok (tubed rice cake), mung bean starch, and honey.
- Wonso-byeong (원소병; "rice ball punch") – made with ball-shaped tteok with fillings of minced jujube or citrus jam floated in honeyed juice.
- Baesuk – boiled pear punch
- Hwachae – fruit or flower punch
- Sikhye – rice punch
- Sujeonggwa – cinnamon punch
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- Yoon, Sook-ja (Summer 2005). "Hwachae: Refreshing Beverages to Beat the Summer Heat" (PDF). Koreana (19). pp. 76–79. Retrieved 25 April 2013.
- "Sudan (수단 水團)" (in Korean). Doosan Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2008-05-21.
- "Hwachae" 화채. Doopedia (in Korean). Doosan Corporation. Retrieved 4 August 2017.
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