The Tak sisters of Sunny S Dining
The owners of Sunny S Dining, the Tak sisters have unique careers, having worked as hoteliers for 20 years. Through their jobs they’d meet and interact with people from various countries, and this led them wonder about what they could do to contribute to cultural tourism in Korea.
After a lot of consideration, they decided to introduce traditional Korean bean paste rice cakes to the rest of the world. Wouldn’t it be fun to take part in a cooking class taught by hoteliers?
The Tak sisters’ cooking class
The Tak sisters wanted to introduce Korean bean paste rice cake to international tourists.
Its colorful appearance and chewy texture will make you fall in love with these beautiful cakes.
You could even say that these aren’t so much a food, but a work of art.
Tak sisters: the well-rounded beauties
As you will see when you visit Sunny S Dining, the Tak sisters have many talents.
They’ve made everything from a mug cup series called Boy and Girl,
to small items made of traditional Korean paper and even crafts that feature Asian knot-tying techniques.
As an optional part of the class, they can also show you how to beautifully package your cakes with wrapping cloth.
Tea time with a beautiful view
As Sunny S Dining is located in a high-rise building,
you can enjoy an excellent view of everyday life in Korea as you drink your tea.
Trying out the bean paste rice cakes you made will make this moment even more enjoyable.