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Korean Food Making (Kimchi or Bulgogi) + Hanbok : Korean Traditional Costume


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상품 정보

  • SellerCOSMO.JIN
  • Duration4 Hour(s)
  • Meeting LocationHotels within Seoul
  • Languages OfferedEnglish


Kimchi is known around the world as one of the representative foods of Korea that offers a variety of health benefits. This educational kimchi making program will teach you about the history, health effects, and the various types of kimchi. You will be amazed to find out just how many health benefits kimchi has to offer! Come and try Korean kimchi!


▶ Making Korean Food (kimchi or Korean BBQ) ▶ Professional Kimchi/Korean BBQ making teacher

Included in this Experience

Guide, transportation, pick-up service, admission * Shopping: visiting an amethyst shop or ginseng shop included

Not Included in this Experience

Lunch or dinner

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Trip Detail Info

Korean Food Making Experience

Major hotels in Seoul → Korean Food Making Experience

This is an educational program about Korean culinary culture. The institution where the program takes place strives to globalize Korean food through the development of sauces and standardization of recipes. The institution is also active in offering consultation and producing food for Korean movies, dramas, famous TV programs and so on. We offer cooking classes in English and Japanese to help participants better understand Korean food and culture.

Experiencing Korean Traditional Costume

Experiencing Korean Traditional Costume

The top part called a jeogori is blouse-like with long sleeves with the mens 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 wearers social status. Various accessories such as foot gear, jewelry, and headdresses or hair pins completed the outfit.

Tongin Traditional Market

Tongin Traditional Market

This is where you can experience the true flavor of traditional Korean food and it's also the last stop on our journey to Sejong village. Many foreign tourists visit the market to taste oil tteokbokki and the 5,000 won lunch package course which have both become very famous. You can buy coupons on the second floor of the market and exchange them for the dishes you want (oil tteokbokki requires an extra fee). The yeopjeon (brass coin)-shaped coupons are a well-known symbol of this market. Walking around the market, you're sure to find something you will like!

Cheongwadae Sarangchae

Cheongwadae Sarangchae

Cheongwadae Sarangchae is a memorial hall that shows the past, the present, and the future vision of Seoul and Korea.You will be able to understand the history of Korean democracy through the achievements of past presidents, and see what kind of presents official guests from a variety of other countries have brought to Korea. You can also see what it's like, being the president in the president's office and take a photo with the presidential couple at the chromakey photo zone.

Local Specialist Shop

Local Specialist Shop

The color 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 an extravagant violet, since it has been formed from granite stone base over 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, helping people stay young and energetic. Korea is known around the world for the quality of its ginseng and the long history of using ginseng for healing. You can experience various kinds of ginseng products like gingersnap, extract, ginseng preserved in honey, and other great quality products made in Korea.


Kimchi or Bulgogi, Korean Food Make it yourself!
Product FAQ
What is this place for? Seoul Tour Highlights
What is this place famous for? Resevation only
What are your rates? Receipts are issued
Amenities Availability
110/220/240 Volts
Wheelchair access
Male and female toilets
Disabled toilet
Lactation room
Stroller accessible
Parking lot
Stroller rental
Interpreter service
Product Information
Product & model name Korean Food Making
Authorization granted by the law COSMO.JIN
Manufacturing country & country of origin Korea
Manufacturer COSMO.JIN
A/S manager and contact number or consumer counseling department contact number 0082-02-318-0345
Refund Policy

1. Both card and cash are accepted. 

2. All product and sevice prices are indicated as the provider's prices. If you ask for a tax invoice or pay with a Korean credit card, additional VAT of 10% will be added. 

3. In case of on-the-day cancellation, 70% of the product of service prices will be charged as a cancellation fee. (Cancellations after 18:00 on the previous day will be counted as on-the-day cancellations.)

4. In case of natural disasters or severe weather incidents, the trip may be cancelled and there will be no refund. 

Cancel 2 day(s) before, 30% refund.
Cancel 1 day(s) before, 0% refund.
Cancel 0 day(s) before, 0% refund.
Cancellations made on the day of the trip and consecutive days after amount to NO refund.

The cancellation period (cooling-off period) for each payment method is as follows:
*If you try to cancel past this period, the cancellation will not be processed.
Credit Card: 1 year after purchase
Union Card: 1 year after purchase
Paypal: 180 days after purchase
Wechat/Alipay: 90 days after purchase
Business name COSMO.JIN / Jung MyungJin
Telephone Number +82-023183405
Address 04533,16, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea,
Business Registration Number 1058631215
Online Transaction Business Registration No. 제2008-서울중구-0266호

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