12 Korean Cooking Class

From USD 95

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09:00-15:00 /

Minimum 2pax /

Learn how to cook the famous Korean Bulgogi, visit the historical Changdeokgung Palace, experience traditional Korea at Namsan Hanok Village, and see unexpected natural beauty in the city at Cheonggyecheon Stream. During this small-group cooking class in Seoul, gain a unique insight into Korean food culture by learning the secrets to creating the country’s most popular dishes. Whether you consider yourself a novice or an expert in the kitchen, you’ll love this cooking course that is tailored specifically to your skill level. The best part of this tour – you’ll get to dine on your creations with your fellow food enthusiasts!


Please Note

- Changdeokgung Palace is closed on Monday and Namsan Hanok Village is closed on Tuesday. In this case, you'll visit other places instead

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Our first stop is Cheonggyecheon Stream, a haven of natural beauty located within the metropolitan city of Seoul. Before its restoration, it existed only as a neglected watercourse hidden by an overpass. Today, the "Rhythmic Wall Stream" as it is also known, is lined with fine marble and sculptures. The stream is also adorned by Palseokdam (Korea's 8th stone building), Narae and Gwanggyo Bridge, which are among 20 other bridges that cross it. 

Next, we'll proceed to the Changdeokgung Palace, the most well preserved of the five remaining royal Joseon palaces. As the second royal villa built, the Changdeokgung was the principal palace for many of the Joseon kings. 

Our next activity is a hands-on Bulgogi cooking experience. After a demonstration, you will proceed to make the dish yourself. Classes are designed so you may be able to make a full Korean meal in an hour or two, after which you get to enjoy what you've made.

Our last stop is Namsangol Hanok Village, a traditional Korean village that stands between the tall buildings. The village has five restored traditional houses, pavilion, a pond and a time capsule. 

 

Includes


- Hotel pick-up
- Transfers
- English-speaking guide
- Entrance fees
- Lunch

 

Excludes


- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs


Please Note

- Changdeokgung Palace is closed on Monday and Namsan Hanok Village is closed on Tuesday. In this case, you'll visit other places instead

  •  Learn the secrets to creating several Korean specialties in your cooking class
  •  Enjoy a culinary experience in a professional cooking school furnished with modern kitchen tools and  equipment
  •  Class taught by professional chefs trained both internationally and locally

Route

  1. Cheonggyecheon Stream
  2. Changdeokgung Palace
  3. Namsangol Hanok Village