Take a hands-on journey into Korea's food culture by exploring Korean traditional markets and trying numerous Korean local food. Visit'a Korean food gallery,'make your own Korean traditional dessert, Tteok (Rice-cake) and finish your food tour with Korean style BBQ at a favorite local restaurant. This tour is perfect for all the foodies out there interested in taking a deep dive into the culinary ingredients and traditions of Korean cuisine.
Discover the differences between Korea's traditional and modern cuisine on this 4-hour night walking tour. Join your local expert guide and enjoy delicious food at four different places including Korean barbecue, savory budae-jjigae (army stew), various street foods, and sweet patbingsu (shaved ice). Savor the various flavors as you explore the modern and ancient hidden parts of Seoul.
Visit a strawberry farm outside of Seoul to pick some of the sweetest strawberries you'll ever taste. You'll walk through the fields to fill up a basket with strawberries, and then learn how to make jam during an easy hands-on less with an instructor. Bring your fresh berries and jar of jam back to Seoul with you! Includes round-trip transport from Seoul hotels.Please note: This seasonal tour runs annually between December'and June. The dates are subject to change.
We will explore the hip and local district of Hongdae area like a typical Korean night out. We'll start the best Korean BBQ cooked over charcoal washed down with some soju and beer. Then we'll explore a traditional market to try Korean cloudy rice beer with savory meat and vegetable pancakes. We'll do some street food desserts like Korean-style donuts and then try some epic, saucy, stir-fried Korean chicken called dakgalbi. It'll be a fun evening filled with good eats and a chance to meet fellow travelers. The tour was designed by Daniel Gray who has been featured on food shows such as Anthony Bourdain's Part's Unknown, the Kimchi Chronicles with George and Marja Vongerichten, and Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern so you know it will be the authentic experience.
Experience the fascinating culture of South Korea in one of the most authentic ways possible ' through its local cuisine! On this 4-hour food tour, learn all about Korea's culinary customs from your guide, an expert in local Korean food and culture, as you journey through the streets of Seoul. Explore the bustling district of Jongno-gu and visit three different food stalls and restaurants, as well as a market, to try a variety of Korean foods such as Korean barbecue, tofu, savory pancakes and spicy braised chicken. Wash your meal down with traditional beverages, like Korean rice wine, as you mingle with your fellow food enthusiasts for an unforgettable end to your culinary adventure.
Experience a variety of Korean cuisines like a local on this 6-hour culinary tour of Seoul. Pick'out'a fresh seafood lunch while you stroll through the Noryangjin fish market, sample street food in Insadong, and head to the'wholesale beef market in Majangdong to select your own beef for a'Korean barbecue'dinner. Along with food tasting, learn the traditions and history of the Korean people from your guide.
4-hour walking tour in Seoul
Street food tasting'in the most famous and largest Korean traditional market
Discover stands selling Korean'products hanbok, silk, satin, and linen bed-sheet stores
Take a walk along Cheonggyecheon stream and appreciate the'natural beauty amidst the bustle of city
Walk around'Dongdaemun district and visit the modern multicultural building DDP
Enjoy the most popular Korean BBQ meal "Samgyeopsal" (pork belly)
Discover Seoul's culinary scene on an afternoon walking tour followed by lunch. Stop at seven venues for food tastings before sitting down for a typical Korean barbecue. Let a knowledgeable local guide show you authentic Korean cuisine as you visit classic shops, street stalls and restaurants to savor specialties such as fried pork dumplings and fish cakes. With the barbecue it adds up to a satisfying meal. Numbers are limited to 10 to provide a small-group experience.
Enjoy an evening out in Seoul that starts with a sightseeing cruise on the Han River (Hangang) and ends with a classic Korean snack. On the 1-hour river cruise, see landmarks such as the 63 City Building, N Seoul Tower and the Seoul Olympic Stadium. Then visit Gwangjang Market, one of the biggest and oldest traditional markets in Korea, to try a favorite local dish called 'bindaetteok,' a savory pancake cooked right before your eyes at a market food stall. An informative guide provides commentary during this 4-hour tour.
Explore a variety of authentic and popular Korean food and alcohol as well as historical spots in one of the most famous and traditional areas in Seoul. On this 3-hour authentic food tour, your guide will lead you to three different restaurants and allow you to sample three to four unique dishes such as Korea BBQ, traditional pancakes, Budaejjigae, chicken stew and'so forth.'Depending on the season and your preferences, the offerings might vary. Come join us with'our local guide through the Jongro district and discover its history, culture and insight.
Go to the same Korean BBQ restaurant featured on "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown" on this classic Korean night out of BBQ and drinks. Spend a lively evening with a Korean food expert to learn about Korean BBQ and drinking etiquette, and then experience traditional and trendy alcoholic drinks in an energetic classic pub filled with Koreans from all walks of life. You will also explore a market famous for its pigs feet and a colorful market selling savory pancakes and tempura made from most anything under the sun. Make sure to bring your camera, but don't lose it, or they may fry it. This is the most intense way to immerse yourself in Korean food culture.
Chicken and beer is somewhat of a ritual in Korea. On this tour, you and your small group will go on a pub crawl to three chicken and beer stops covering the gamut of what Koreans call "chimaek." You will gorge on various types of chicken ranging from the rustic, barbecue style to trendy, more modern styles. Your tour guide will teach you the Korean drinking etiquette and give you a crash course on the chicken and beer history, culture, and how to find the best restaurants.