5 Hangover Hacks From Around the World

Korea: Haejangguk (Hangover Soup)

A traditional Korean soup made with ingredients like ox blood, perilla leaves, and soybean sprouts, believed to help replenish electrolytes and soothe the stomach.

Mexico: Menudo (Tripe Soup)

A spicy Mexican soup made with tripe (beef stomach lining), hominy, and a variety of herbs and spices, thought to be an effective hangover cure.

United Kingdom

Fry-Up Breakfast, A hearty English breakfast featuring fried eggs, bacon, sausages, beans, mushrooms, and toast, providing a substantial dose of protein, fats, and carbohydrates to help absorb alcohol.


Khao Niaow Ma Muang (Mango Sticky Rice): A sweet and refreshing Thai dessert made with sticky rice, fresh mango, and coconut milk, believed to help soothe the stomach and restore energy.


Aperol Spritz: A light Italian cocktail made with Aperol, sparkling wine, and soda water, which some believe can help stimulate the liver and ease hangover symptoms.