Try your hand at making some of Korea's most famous export - kimchi, learn all about Korean culture and dress up in traditional costume
Learn how to make delicious kimchi, instructed by professional Korean chefs with a choice of three cultural package options
Try your hand at other Korean snacks such as Tteokbokki - a popular and tasty spicy rice cake
Dress up in traditional Korean robes, the Hanbok with your friends and snap that perfect Instagram shot!
Learn more about ancient Korean culture from your guide and host
Learn how to make the two most famous Korean dishes, Kimchi and Tteokbokki (spicy rice cake), in Myeongdong, in the heart of Seoul - Korea's vibrant capital. Apart from learning the secret behind making great kimchi, your hosts for the day will also let you try on a Hanbok, the Korean traditional costume. After snapping some shots of your Korean garb, enjoy your kimchi or take it home to eat later. The course is ideal for beginners, and is particularly focused on those hoping to learn more about Korean culture in an all-encompassing and practical manner. The professional instructors taking the class will teach you how to make kimchi step by step and tell you interesting historical and cultural facts about kimchi. The perfect food and culture class giving an introduction to Seoul!
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Anyone going to Korea should try this activity. The Hanbok wearing experience was great but I like the Kimchi making part. It shows how every Kimchi is unique, depending on the one making it. I'm hoping to be able to make one back home. Thank you for the wonderful experience.
Location has changed to a building nearby, pls update the location. We spent almost an hour taking photograph & 15-20mins making kimchi, Overall the teacher is friendly and helpful
A great activity. They explained the procedures of making kimchi very detaily
Venue was easy to find! The lesson was simple and easy to follow. They have a variety of hanboks to choose from. Worth getting the package!
Glad it's jut located right opposite our hotel in Myeongdong - Royal Hotel Seoul. The session started off with hanbok wearing, the kind lady bosses are very helpful and offered to take loads of pictures for you. :) Then we moved on to kimchi making and each of us got a sealed pack of half a cabbage (quite heavy) to bring home in our checked in baggages. Tip: do ask for a recipe though as you will definitely forget what is taught.
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