18:00 - 20:30 /
Minimum 2pax /
Experience the fascinating culture of South Korea in one of the most authentic ways possible – through its local cuisine! On this 2.5-hour food tour, learn all about Korea’s culinary customs from your guide, an expert in local Korean food and culture. Try the Makgeolli, a traditional Korean rice wine drink, with Bindae Tteok, a savory pancake made from mung beans in this half night tour!
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Take your appetite for a ride on this 2.5-hour journey through Korean food culture! Your night food tour will take place in the popular district of Jongno-gu.
Treat your taste buds to a different kind of drink! We'll visit one of Seoul's enticing jujeoms (or bars in English) to taste the Makgeolli, a traditional Korean wine.
Makgeolli is alcohol that's produced by mixing rice, barley or wheat, with yeast and water, which is then left to ferment. Its alcohol content is 6 to 7 percent, but is a fairly mild drink with a mellow, nutty taste.
This drink is typically served with Bindae Tteok, a savory Korean pancake made from ground mung beans.
Just experience good time with Makgeolli and soju while enjoying some fun Korean drinking games with your group or possibly a few new local friends!
- Hotel pick-up
- English-speaking guide
- Cost for food and beverage
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
Try different alcoholic beverages native to Korea like makgeolli (Korean rice wine), soju (distilled liquor similar to vodka) and more
Alcohol content of Makgeolli is 6 to 7 percent, but is a faily mild drink with a mellow, nutty taste
Drink is typically served with Bindae Tteok, a savory Korean pancake made from ground mung beans
Learn about Korean food culture from your fun, expert guide