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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Highlights
  • Hit the best spots in Nagwon-dong and Jongno with a guide
  • Stop at three local eateries and a market you may otherwise have missed
  • Receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 12
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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour
From US$87.99
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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour
From US$87.99
Overview
South Korean cuisine can seem dauntingly diverse, but with a little bold experimentation your taste buds could soon be tingling. On this Seoul walking tour, you'll delve into the local food scene and stop at three guide-recommended restaurants and a food market. Sample local beverages, such as makgeolli and soju that you may otherwise have missed and enjoy personal attention in a group limited to 12 people.
What to Expect
Start your tour in the evening near Anguk Subway Station in central Seoul, then head into the bustling streets of Nagwon-dong. With your guide to lead the way, step off the tourist trail and savor the flavors popular among Seoulites.

In your small group—limited to 12 people—you'll visit outlets and street food stalls, and sample tasty treats such as dubu (stir-fried tofu), kimchi (fermented cabbage), and spicy braised chicken. Along the way, listen as your guide sheds light on the role food plays in South Korean culture.

Sample savory pancakes at a shijang (traditional flea market), and taste popular Korean alcoholic beverages including makgeolli and soju. Afterward, head on to the bustling Jongno district to conclude your tour among newfound friends in the neighborhood bars.
Reviews (204)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great intro to Korean food in a small group setting

Great intro to the various dishes that are typical in Korean cuisine. We visited four places and each was unique in terms of the food and the setting. After that experience, I had no hesitation meandering through the alleys of Seoul and eating on my...More

1  Thank ilivetotravel_Raul
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great introduction to Korean food

As someone who had never travelled to Korea before, this tour on the day I arrived, was a great way of introducing me to Korean food. Younga was a fantastic guide and explained all the food and the culture behind it well. Highly recommend this...More

Thank P640TXdavidc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A very enjoyable evening of dining thanks to our host Allison

Allison was the perfect host and guide on our night of learning about Korean food and culture. A very enjoyable evening with an excellent mix of restaurants and dishes to try (and a few beverages as well). Thanks.

Thank Johncats
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice Tour

The food was amazing. We were able to try many different types of Korean food although I didn't like every dish. The guide was knowledgable and nice. I would highly recommend.

Thank 957carleshaw
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Food is mediocre, meeting point is difficult to find. They should meet at subway station instead.

Food is mediocre. Meeting point is difficult to locate. They should arrange to meet at subway stations instead. Make sure u leave 30 mins to look for a building with locked chain.....

Thank AlexanderM4446
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Reem A
16 October 2018|
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Response from SylviaSanDiego | Reviewed this property |
You need to contact the company doing the tour, O’ngo Foods Communication. Google ongofood. My tour did not include any pork—it was all beef and chicken.
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