Korean Food Making (28)

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  • Time 90 Min basis Number of persons 2
    Itinerary
    Hotel → Cooking Korean food Experience → Learning Recipe → Cooking → Tasting → Experiencing Korean traditional Costume → Tongin Traditional Market → Cheongwadae Sarangchae → Amethyst or Ginseng Center → Drop off at Itaewon
    Tour issue
    09:00~12:30
    13:00~17:00
  • KRW 85,000
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Why Cosmojin

Cosmojin presents various Korean traditional culture experience programs for foreign tourists who want to understand Korean culture and history. The Programs are prepared with familiar theme such as Taekwondo, Kimchi, and Korean wave that is the most Korean.

These are not only easy experience courses, but are great opportunities for even Koreans can experience to feel and understand more about their own culture. Experience this hand on courses with a guide, which will be very memorable and give you a better understanding about Korea as well.

Tour Highlights

The culture of the country is concentrated in its food and history. Cooking and learning the history and the culture of Korea will be a chance to naturally understand Korean food and Korea.
This will be a special time to learn recipes, cook together with others, and experience cooking Korean food.
You will also have the chance to take pictures wearing the traditional Korean Gown, Hanbok.

What You Can Expect

You can enjoy the taste and flavor of Korea through course no. 28.
Cook Korean food for yourself and wear the traditional Korean gown, a Hanbok.
The course gives experience wearing a Hanbok in various colors and designs with accessories and shoes.

The course will take you to the Tongin traditional market. You can compare this market to markets in your country and find the color of Korea. The guide will tell you about the "freebie" custom.
This is the tour that will allow you to experience the fresh culture of Korea! This is for those who loves the taste and flavor of Korea.

Highlights
- The best chance to understand and cook Korean food
- A photo time wearing a Korean traditional gown, a Hanbok
- Tongin market experience: Enjoy Korean culture with old coin Yeopjeon
- Visit Cheongwadae Sarangchae, the center of Korean national power
- Amethysts, the best quality in the world

Information

Tasting , learning about the cooking recipe and experience Korean Costume, a half day experience well spent.
Why not learn how to make Korean Food , a popular main dish of Korea. And experience Korean Costume with photo time. 

 

Tour Included

Guide, Transportation, Admission Fee and Hotel Pick up Service (in Seoul)

Pick-up & Sending Service

1. Pick-up and drop-off service may be delayed due to traffic.
2. Drop-off service back to your hotel is an additional charge of KRW 10,000 per person

Payment / Cancelation

1. Cancel by 12:00 one day before the scheduled tour: 100% REFUND
2. Cancel after 12:00 one day before the tour date: cancellation fee of 70% of the tour cost.
3. Cancel at or after the tour begins or no-show: NO REFUND

Note

Depending on traffic the order of the tour schedule may be changed. 

Course

  • Hotel
  • Cooking Korean food Experience

    All culture of country is concentrated in their food. Not only eating in some restaurants without any understanding of Korean food culture and history, it will be the chance to naturally learn about Korea and Korean food by cooking, during listening about history in the food culture. After you learn about the Korean food culture, You will start to learn a recipe whatever you like such as Bulgogi, Kimchi, Dasik(Korean traditional cookie) which are very popular for foreign tourists, and of course tteokbokki that is the most famous street food in Korea. Cook what you like with professional guides who can speak both English and Japanese. Take pictures of Korean food that is made by yourself in Hanbok, Korean traditional costume, and show it to your friends.

  • Experiencing Korean traditional Costume

    The top part called a jeogori is blouse-like with long sleeves with the men's version being longer, stretching down to the waist. Women wear skirts (chima) while men wear baggy pants (paji).

    Commoners wore white, except during festivals and special occassions such as weddings. Clothes for the upper classes were made of bright colors and indicated the wearer's social status. Various accessories such as foot gear, jewelry, and headdresses or hair pins completed the outfit.

    To try out for the Hanbok dressing experience.

  • Tongin Traditional Market

    This is where the taste and sentiment of Seoul is kept with the abundant amount of traditional food, and also being the last stop of our journey to Sejong village. Many foreign tourists visit this location to taste the popular oil tteokbokki in market. And the 5,000won lunch package course is becoming very popular too. You can buy coupons on the second floor of the market and exchange them for the dishes you picked. (Oil tteokbokki charges a little extra) The yeopjeon (brass coin)-shaped coupons is also a charm of this market. You can look around the market and during rounds you can always find something you will like.

  • Cheongwadae Sarangchae

    Cheongwadae Sarangchae is a history memorial hall where it shares about the past, the present, and the future vision of Seoul and Korea.
    You will understand the history of Korean democracy through achievements of past presidents, and feel the scent of exotic culture of various presents from various national guests. Also you can be a president in the president’s office and make composite photos with president couple in the chromakey photo zone.

     

  • Amethyst or Ginseng Center

    The colour of Amethyst is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. Korean Amethyst is extravagance in violet since it has been formed from granite stone base since 5000 years. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. It was said to protect crops against tempests and locusts, bring good fortune in war and in the hunt, drive out evil spirits and inspire the intellect. 

    Ginseng is renowned for its effectiveness as a great healer for living ever so young.
    Especially if you eat ginseng when you lose your energy, it really helps to regain energy.
    Korea is acknowledged by the world because of the quality of ginseng as if it is the birthplace of ginseng.
    You can experience various kinds of ginseng products like gingersnap, extract, ginseng preserved in honey, and other great quality of products made in Korea.

  • Drop off at Itaewon

    This is where all of you will be dropped off, and you are invited to go back to your place on your own either by subway or taxi.

    There is subway line 6, and the station is Station. Itaewon is a very international place with so many foreigners coming in and out because the largest U.S. army base in Korea is in the neighborhood. The main street is lined up with so many foreign restaurants and road shops which make this place famous for shopping and eating. 

Reviews

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  • gracekim

    • 2015/04/17 10:20:57

    This Korean food making tour is very unique tour that you can experience Korean culture. Today we had a cooking class for Korean food 'bulgogi', Korean representative cuisine. 'bul' means fire, 'gogi' means meats. Mostly we use beef for 'bulgogi'. It's kind of grilled meats. It tasts sweet because of its sauce. Minced beefs were already prepared. Visitores sliced vegetables first and then made bulgogi sauce for it. After making the bulgogi, this Korean Food Academy issued the certificate for learning how to cook bulgogi. They said that it was so easy to cook the bulgogi and this academy also gave the recipe so that they could try again when they go back to their country. It tasted so good and visitors packed bulgogi to their hotel. And they hoped to learn another dishes like gimchi or jeon(Korean pancakes) in their next visit to Seoul.

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  • dr.claudia samonte

    • 2014/08/18 14:42:00

    excellent service from lisa our guide and very patient cooperative drivers we plan to be back winter time!

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  • cecilia

    • 2014/08/18 14:31:30

    Its a wonderful Experience

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  • B.Ariz

    • 2014/07/10 13:42:05

    I must try the recipes I learned after I return back home. Guide was good, also class was impressive.

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  • S.nary

    • 2014/07/10 13:41:45

    Korean food was not easy to cook but it made me focus and try. It was good to learn.

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  • yoni S

    • 2014/07/10 13:40:43

    It was good to take a picture with Korean president.

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  • vary

    • 2014/07/10 13:40:14

    I remember the experience of buying foods at Yeopjeon. If you have a plan to go to Tongin market, you should eat Oil tteokbokki! That was so delicious.

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