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Korean Food Master Center Cooking Class, Using Traditional Ingredients

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17.77 USD
  • LocationGangnam-gu , Seoul
  • ScheduleTuesday ~ Friday ( 11:00~12:00 / 14:00~15:00 )
  • Duration 1H
  • LanguageEnglish, 中文
Price 17.77 USD
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Overview

Enjoy traditional Korean food in Gangnam

Korean Food Masters' Center is a place created to promote traditional Korean food. You can easily learn how to cook traditional Korean food in a modern way in a class that welcomes people of all ages.

Making yeot-gangjung (seeds or nuts mixed with mullyeot (rice syrup)) and cloth wrapping experience: The best way to experience the beauty of Korean crafts- make sweet and colorful gangjung by mixing deep-fried rice puffs with Korean rice syrup, and wrap it up in a traditional Korean cloth to make a wonderful gift for a special someone.

Tea ceremony experience: It will be the perfect chance to enjoy a nice cup of green tea while you relax and learn about traditional tea culture in Korea.

Traditional Korean cloth wrapping experience: Experience the magic of Korean cloth wrapping. Learn how to make beautiful knots to make your gifts even more special.

Gochujang (red pepper paste) & Tteok-bokki (stir-fried rice cakes) making experience: Gochujang is an essential spicy staple in Korean cooking. You can make your own gochujang easily by mixing different chili powders, and use it to make a spicy Tteok-bokki. Experience the taste of spicy Korean food.

Korean royal court Tteok-bokki making experience: Korean royal court Tteok-bokki is a Tteok-bokki made with soy sauce rather than Gochujang. This special kind of Tteok-bokki was a snack enjoyed by the King and royal family in the past. As its taste is mild and not spicy, everybody can enjoy it. Learn about Korean soy sauce recipe and try making Korean royal court Tteok-bokki

 

Highlights

Making yeot-gangjung/Traditional Korean sweets and cookies and cloth wrapping experience: The total duration of this program is 60 minutes, which includes an explanation about traditional Korean cookies, making yeot-gangjung and traditional sweets and cookies, and a cloth wrapping experience. The minimum number of participants required for a reservation is 2 people. We recommend participation of small groups over individuals.

Tea ceremony experience: You can experience and learn about Korean tea culture by enjoying green tea made by the food masters in a relaxing atmosphere. The minimum number of participants required for a reservation is 2 people. We recommend participation of small groups over individuals.

Traditional Korean cloth wrapping experience: You can learn a unique way of wrapping gifts by using a traditional Korean cloth. You will learn five different ways of wrapping and we will offer 3 kinds of traditional cloths, a packing container, and traditional cookies. The minimum number of participants required for a reservation is 2 people. We recommend participation of small groups over individuals.

Gochujang (red pepper paste) making experience: The total duration of this program is 60 minutes, which includes an introduction to traditional fermented food, making gochujang, and making & tasting Tteok-bokki. Experience the fascinating world of Korean fermented food by participating in this fun program. You can bring home the gochujang you make on the day of your participation. The minimum number of participants required for a reservation is 5 people. We recommend participation of small groups over individuals.

Korean royal court Tteok-bokki making experience: The total duration of this program is 60 minutes, which includes an introduction to traditional fermented food, making Korean royal court Tteok-bokki, and tasting the Tteok-bokki you made. Through this class, learn about Korean soy sauce and experience the taste of Korean food. The minimum number of participants required for a reservation is 5 people. We recommend participation of small groups over individuals.
Information

Point 1
Korean Food Masters’ Center, the place where you can meet the food masters of Korea

In Gangnam, the heart of Seoul, there’s a very special place.

When you come out Exit 11 of Gangnam Station (Seoul Metro line 2) and pass the crowds on the main street, you’ll be surprised to find a find a calm and cozy traditional cafe behind in the middle of Gangnam.

You’ll be even more surprised when you step inside and see the wonderful mixture of modern design and traditional Korean elements in the interior design.

If you head upstairs, there will be a classroom where you can taste the Korean traditional food and have an opportunity to learn how to cook it!

 

 

 

Point 2

Point 2: Learn how to cook traditional Korean food with the Food Masters’s ingredients

Food masters are official state-designated cooking masters.

In order to be recognized as a food master, one has to go through a tough and time-consuming process to satisfy the strict standards required by the national government.

Currently, there are only 69 food masters in Korea.

Only the ones who have more than 20 years of experience in making one particular kind of food and ones who have more than 10 years of field experience after being taught by the existing food masters can become a food master themselves.

Here, you will be able to learn how to make Korean traditional food by using such cooking master’s recipe and ingredients.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn and understand Korean traditional food and its recipe at affordable prices.

 

 

 

 

Point 3

Unique and charming- traditional cloth wrapping

(in case of participating in yeot-gangjeong experience or Traditional Korean cloth wrapping experience)

Want to have the things you made beautifully packaged to take home with you or to give to someone as a special gift?

We would be more than happy to use traditional Korean cloth wrapping to put a wonderful final touch on your handiwork.

 

 

 

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Reviews (2)
  • Ph** Nh**2018-10-11
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    You can learn how to cook traditional rice cake and at the same time enjoy what you cooked with your friends. Not only rice cake, there are so many cooking courses. It was amazing and so much fun. I strongly recommend these courses if you love foods, love cooking when you visit Seoul.
  • liz w2018-10-29
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    Meeting with the food masters and making Yeot Gang Jeong with them was an enjoyable experience. It was great to see the masters making efforts to maintain traditional Korean style food. Thanks also for teaching me how to wrap a beautiful cloth. I'm currently running my own cafe, so I'd like to come back and taste and learn about traditional Korean wine as well.
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