Traditional Cooking Experience In A Korean Style House In Seoul


Get your hands dirty and learn how to cook an authentic home-cooked Korean meal. This 3-hour cooking class starts with a quick walking tour of the city as we purchase local ingredients from the local market. We will then cook together and dine in a traditional Korean-style house.

Your 3-hour experience begins as your guide meets you at'Jegidong Station Exit'2 at 10am. Walk to Kyung-dong and Yangnyeong local markets to purchase ingredients for your cooking class.

Then, proceed to a traditional Korean-style house where your cooking class will commence. Depending on the day of the week, you will be able to learn how to make one of the four'most popular Korean dishes. Enjoy your creations in the company of your cooking instructor/guide.

Samgyetang Class (Mondays)
Samgyetang (chicken and ginseng soup) is made with chicken, ginseng, garlic, and glutinous rice. Koreans eat Samgyetang frequently during the summer as Samgyetang is made with various healthy ingredients and is nutrient dense with protein and minerals. Good for regaining energy, this soup is also delicious.

Kimchi'Class (Thursdays)
We'have'different'kinds'of'kimchi'classes'using'various'ingredients'such'as'radish,'Korean'cabbage'and'even'tomato. Fresh kimchi is best served with steamed pork slice. Learn how to make the tastiest'pork slice using special'ingredients'from'Yangnyeong'market, the'biggest'herbal'market'in'Korea.


Korean Home Cooking Class (Tuesdays, Saturdays)
In this class, you will learn how to make'traditional'Korean'dishes,'such'as bulgogi (grilled marinated beef), japchae (stir-fried sweet potato noodles), deonjang'jjigae (soybean paste stew),'etc.'These'are a few staples for Koreans' daily'dining'and'surprisingly'easy'to'make, even for foreigners. Your guide will teach you the'easiest'way'to'cook these everyday Korean dishes.

Korean Bibimbap Class (Fridays)
Bibimbap is'a rice dish'made by mixing various types of food, such as namul (seasoned vegetables) and'gochujang (red chili paste) or doenjang (soybean paste).'Make'your own'Bibimbap using 5 colorful ingredients and also learn how to make bean sprout soup and Korean pancake.

Korean Dessert Class (Sundays)
Learn how to make seasonal'Korean'desserts,'such'as gangjeong (glutinous rice, honey and malt boiled and mixed with puffed cereal),'dasik (a light confectionery cookie),'songpyeon (glutinous rice dessert) and'so'on. Hear about the many'interesting'historical'stories'related'to'each'dessert while enjoying them with traditional Korean tea.

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