Let professional chefs introduce you to the wonderful world of Korean cuisine! Make your way to the modern cooking school in the Nagwon-dong neighborhood near Anguk station, and prepare to make two or three dishes for lunch, dinner or dessert during your 2-3 hour session, designed for guests of all levels.
Depending on the day and time of your lesson, you’ll walk to a local market either before or after your cooking class; here, discover Korea's food culture and learn tips from your certified guide about how to choose the best ingredients.
Each beginning workshop provides a primer on the flavors of Korea’s diverse cuisine. Receive a few safety instructions before delving into the cooking portion of the lesson. After learning how to create a few specialties, sit down to a meal that features your dishes, accompanied by rice and one beverage. For a more detailed description of each cooking session, please consult the Itinerary section.
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My husband and I took O'ngo's night food tour and thoroughly enjoyed it. Unfortunately, we got lost trying to find the office the first night, but they generously allowed us to return the next night. It was quite a large group as we were joining a family of eight, but everyone had a good time. We visited several restaurants in the winding alleys of Insa-Dong. My favorite dish was the gungjung tteokbokki (royal tteakbokki), a milder, more soy-based version of the popular rice cake dish. Our guide also poured us gojingamrae-ju (coke bomb), beer with a shot of soju and a shot of coke. It's actually really good! Korea has so many great food dishes, and this tour is a great introduction to them.
Our foreign staffs enjoyed the cooking, market tour as well as the foods! As Korean, I also enjoyed the foods as they were deliciously prepared. I will definitely recommend this class to other foreigners as well!
It was the first time to participate in the cooking class. It is really good opportunity to learn how to cook Korean foods. I hope many people (especially foreigners) will join this class.