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Small-Group Korean Cooking Class in Seoul

Highlights
  • Visit a Korean food market with your guide and see the ingredients the locals use
  • Prepare a delicious lunch or dinner under watchful instruction
  • Learn the role food plays in Korean culture and tradition
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Small-Group Korean Cooking Class in Seoul
From US$55.00
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Bulgogi & Jabchae (Dinner)Most Popular
Bulgogi & Japchae (Stir-fried Glass Noodles and Vegetables) The meal includes your own cooked food + 1-2 side dishes + steamed rice + Kimchi and a soft drink.
US$55.00
Bibimbab & Tteokgalbi (Dinner)
Bibimbab & tteokgalbi (Grilled Short Rib Patties). The meal includes your own cooked food + 1-2 side dishes + steamed rice + Kimchi and a soft drink.
US$55.00
Bulgogi & Jabchae (Lunch)
Bulgogi & Japchae (Stir-fried Glass Noodles and Vegetables) The meal includes your own cooked food + 1-2 side dishes + steamed rice + Kimchi and a soft drink.
US$55.00
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Overview
Korean food is known across the world for its fresh flavors, gentle spices, and heady aromas, but many of its secrets remain hidden to the Western world. On this Seoul cooking class, beat the language barrier and delve into a world of traditional Korean cuisine. Browse the food markets, chop, sizzle, and flip your fresh ingredients, and savor the flavors of Korea. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour—limited to eight people.
What to Expect

Meet at Mang-Won Station (Subway Line6), located in the Western part of Seoul, close to Hongik University, a very popular hangout area for both tourists and locals. For lunch, meet your guide at 10:30am and for dinner, meet your guide at 5:30pm.

Visit the traditional local market (Mangwon Market), one of the most popular in Seoul for approximately 30 minutes. Then, you will move to the studio, which is a local house to cook your own Korean food with individual equipment, with friendly advice. You could learn Bibimbab, Bulgogi, Japchae (Stir-fried Glass Noodles and Vegetables), Tteokgalbi (Grilled Short Rib Patties) - depending on the day you book.

Lastly, enjoy the food you cooked in a room fully decorated with Korean folk craft. After finishing the class, approximately 3-hours from chosen time, it is easy to go 

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
A perfect evening

Chris and his class exceeded our expectations. His home/cooking studio is warm and inviting. Chris himself is goofy, knowledgeable, and fun. We cooked bulgogi, japchae, and buchujeon, plus a salad. We also stopped at the market to buy some banchan (sides). Chris even packed our...More

Thank Katie N
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
SO MUCH FUN!

We had a great time with Chris learning how to make bulgogi! Chris is a great teacher, super knowledgeable but also really friendly and funny! The setting is nice and intimate - there were only 4 of us in the class - and Chris is...More

Thank Helen S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fantastic and Fun Cooking Class!

This cooking class was probably the most fun experience we had in Seoul! You can tell that the instructor, Chris, takes great pride in what he does and cares about each one of his guests. He is an expert in Korean cooking, and he will...More

Thank Evan S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
seoul-ful :)

Chris is really friendly and took the time to talk to each person in the class. he is great at getting people involved in the cooking process, super engaging. was pleasantly surprised by the printed recipes and photos he prepared for us at the end....More

Thank Xinyi L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
amazing afternoon !

We meet Chris in the metro with my friend, and he annonced us that the other people canceled, so we were just my friend, Chris and me ! That was amazing, to learn about corean food and how to prepare it ! Chris took a...More

Thank MDlise
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