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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

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$87.99

Experience the fascinating culture of South Korea in one of the most authentic ways possible – through its local cuisine! On this 4-hour food tour, learn all about Korea’s culinary customs from your guide, an expert in local Korean food and culture, as you journey through the streets of Seoul. Explore the bustling district of Jongno-gu and visit three different food stalls and restaurants, as well as a market, to try a variety of Korean foods such as Korean barbecue, tofu, savory pancakes and spicy braised chicken ... More info ›

Experience the fascinating culture of South Korea in one of the most authentic ways possible – through its local cuisine! On this 4-hour food tour, learn all about Korea’s culinary customs from your guide, an expert in local Korean food and culture, as you journey through the streets of Seoul. Explore the bustling district of Jongno-gu and visit three different food stalls and restaurants, as well as a market, to try a variety of Korean foods such as Korean barbecue, tofu, savory pancakes and spicy braised chicken. Wash your meal down with traditional beverages, like Korean rice wine, as you mingle with your fellow food enthusiasts for an unforgettable end to your culinary adventure.

Take your appetite for a ride on this 4-hour journey through Korean food culture! Your night food tour will take place in the popular district of Jongno-gu. Begin in the neighborhood of Nagwon-dong, brimming with food outlets and stalls, and continue to Jongno (Bell Street), one of the most historic and cultural areas of Seoul.

With your culinary guide, an expert in local Korean food and culture, stop at three different restaurants and food stalls, as well as a shijang (traditional Korean flea market), along Nagwon-dong and Jongno-gu. Try traditional Korean eats like dubu and kimchi appetizers and Korean BBQ and spicy braised chicken entrees. Visit a shijang for some savory North Korean pancakes, which closely resembles an egg omelet.

Wash everything down with traditional Korean liquors like makgeolli and soju while enjoying some fun Korean drinking games with your group, your guide and possibly a few new local friends!

To see a map to the school location, please click on the 'View Additional Info' icon.

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Experience Seoul: Korean Beginner Cooking Class

Experience Seoul: Korean Beginner Cooking Class - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$65.00

Discover the secrets to creating Korea’s most popular dishes during this small-group cooking class in Seoul. Your culinary adventure with a professional chef takes place in a modern, spacious cooking school located in the heart of Seoul ... More info ›

Discover the secrets to creating Korea’s most popular dishes during this small-group cooking class in Seoul. Your culinary adventure with a professional chef takes place in a modern, spacious cooking school located in the heart of Seoul. Your chef shares different dishes for this beginner class depending on the day selected, and leads a walking tour through a local food market. At the end of your lesson, enjoy the delicious meal with your class.

Explore Korea’s wonderful food culture with a professional chef as you learn how to prepare traditional Korean dishes. Each class provides a primer on the ingredients and flavors of Korea’s diverse cuisine.

Your expert chefs preface your cooking class with a few safety instructions before delving into the cooking portion of the lesson. For more detailed information about each cooking class, please see the Itinerary section below. If you would like to see the schedule of classes and a map to the school, click on the blue View Additional Info link below. When making a reservation, please ensure that you are booking the correct day and time for your desired class and dish.

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4-Hour Leisure Night and Street Food Tasting Tour in Seoul

4-Hour Leisure Night and Street Food Tasting Tour in Seoul - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$90.00

Taste the flavors of Seoul on this 4-hour leisure night and Korean street food tasting tour led by a local guide. Sample authentic street food in Gwangjang Traditional Market, and visit several of Seoul's most popular nightspots, including Cheonggyecheon stream, Deoksugung Palace, and Dongdaemun Design Plaza, where the lights of the capital shine bright. Hotel pickup/drop-off, entrance fees, and street food samples are included.

Meet your local guide at your Seoul hotel at 6pm and head to the first stop on your tour, Gwangjang Market ... More info ›

Taste the flavors of Seoul on this 4-hour leisure night and Korean street food tasting tour led by a local guide. Sample authentic street food in Gwangjang Traditional Market, and visit several of Seoul's most popular nightspots, including Cheonggyecheon stream, Deoksugung Palace, and Dongdaemun Design Plaza, where the lights of the capital shine bright. Hotel pickup/drop-off, entrance fees, and street food samples are included.

Meet your local guide at your Seoul hotel at 6pm and head to the first stop on your tour, Gwangjang Market. Sample some of Korea's best street foods at one of the city's oldest traditional markets, including some items you may have never seen before. Next, head to Cheonggyecheon Stream, a popular pedestrian area in the heart of downtown Seoul.

For the next stop you will be transferred to the beautiful and historical Deoksugung Palace which is last palace of Korea. You can walk in the palace with beautiful illuminated lights and see picturesque scenery. It will bring you in a romantic mood. Last stop is the Dongdaemun Design Plaza, also called the DDP, is a major urban development landmark in Seoul, South Korea.

Return to your hotel at around 10pm. Attraction entrance fees, hotel pickup/drop-off, and a street food tasting are included. Drinks and souvenir photos are available for an extra cost, and optional gratuities are at your own expense.

Please note: A minimum of 2 people per booking is required. A moderate amount of walking is required (about 2 hours), sometimes on uneven surfaces, so this tour is not recommended for those with back problems, heart problems, or limited mobility.

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Royal Palace and North Side of Seoul with Gwangjang Market

Royal Palace and North Side of Seoul with Gwangjang Market - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$45.00

See the beautiful Northern Sides of Seoul. Our Guide will lead you to one of the most beautiful and largest palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace ... More info ›

See the beautiful Northern Sides of Seoul. Our Guide will lead you to one of the most beautiful and largest palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace. Visit Bukchon Hanok Village and Samcheongdong where you can see the urban traditional housing area. Later take pictures at the Ihwa Mural Village and try delicious snacks at Gwangjang Market.

 

Your day will start with a pick-up from your hotel to Gyeongbokgung Palace, the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five palaces. Then move to Bukchon Hanok Village which lterally translates to "northern village," many traditional houses operate as cultural centers, guesthouses and restaurants. Walk to Samcheongdong which  lined with cafes, museums, antique shops and galleries where you can enjoy the art and shopping. Next go to Ihwha Mural Village is located less  than a 10-minute walk uphill from the buzzing Daehakno area. As you head up the slopes of Mt. Naksan, the noise and crowds give way to fresh air and gorgeous, expansive views of the city, but also to something unexpected: street art. Last your trip ends at Gwangjang Market the nation’s first market. The goods are not brand-name products, the wide selection of high quality goods at inexpensive prices makes it an enjoyable shopping experience.

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Private K-Food Walking Tour Including Visit to Dongdaemun District

Private K-Food Walking Tour Including Visit to Dongdaemun District - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$90.00

  • 4-hour walking tour in Seoul
  • Street food tasting in the most famous and largest Korean traditional market
  • Discover stands selling Korean products hanbok, silk, satin, and linen bed-sheet stores
  • Take a walk along Cheonggyecheon stream and appreciate the natural beauty amidst the bustle of city
  • Walk around Dongdaemun district and visit the modern multicultural building DDP
  • Enjoy the most popular Korean BBQ meal "Samgyeopsal" (pork belly)

Meet your guide in front of subway station ''Jongno 5 ga Station'' Exit 8 at 1 pm and head to Gwangjang Market. This is the nation’s first market with over 110 years of history as well as one of the largest traditional market in Korea, located in the heart of Seoul ... More info ›

  • 4-hour walking tour in Seoul
  • Street food tasting in the most famous and largest Korean traditional market
  • Discover stands selling Korean products hanbok, silk, satin, and linen bed-sheet stores
  • Take a walk along Cheonggyecheon stream and appreciate the natural beauty amidst the bustle of city
  • Walk around Dongdaemun district and visit the modern multicultural building DDP
  • Enjoy the most popular Korean BBQ meal "Samgyeopsal" (pork belly)

Meet your guide in front of subway station ''Jongno 5 ga Station'' Exit 8 at 1 pm and head to Gwangjang Market. This is the nation’s first market with over 110 years of history as well as one of the largest traditional market in Korea, located in the heart of Seoul. Up until the late 1800’s, Korean markets operated as temporary markets which means it only opened for a few days at a time. Gwangjang Market came to be the first permanently established market that was open everyday in 1905. It was built in the purpose of reclaiming Korean sovereignty during the period of Japanese occupation. Today, it continues to prosper as a popular tourist spot and is famous for its street food. Moreover, the market features Korean traditional clothes called Hanbok and various wedding ceremonial materials so you can learn about how Koreans prepare for wedding ceremonies. Gwangjang Market also specializeds in silk, satin, handicrafts, lacquerware inlaid with mother-of-pearls, and more. Enjoy an awesome array of food and drinks in the friendly market atmosphere and experience a wide selection of high quality goods.

After the market tour and street food tasting, we will visit Cheonggyecheon. It is a 10.84 km long, modern public recreation space Seoul. It was an originally place where Seoul people hung out and did their laundry. The stream was named Gaecheon after the first refurbishment project to construct a drainage system during the Joseon Dynasty. Nowadays, it is a natural beauty and a nice place to walk in the busy Seoul city.

Before enjoying your second meal, we will explore Dongdaemun District and you will see the modern architectural DDP. This has been deemed one of the main attractions in Seoul since 2014. Only 2 years-old, the building was directed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid showcasing a brand new design with its curvaceous structure and its silvery façade. It comprises multiple undulating levels of gallery, exhibition hall, design shops as well as event hall. The newest landmark of the Korean industry also includes history and culture park showcasing museums highlighting the area's history, as Joseon dynasty 16th century military camp where historical treasures were found during the construction. Unfortunately, the architect died in early 2016, but leaving behind one of her most amazing creations.

The last stop is a local Korean BBQ restaurant to try the famous dish, Samgyeopsal. “Samgyeopsal” means three layered meat in Korean and looks like bacon. Koreans enjoy eating grilled pork and they often wrap it with a piece of lettuce or sesame leaf. Samgyeopsal also goes well with Soju, a Korean distilled liquor which is about 18% to 45% alcohol by volume. Enjoy a truly local dining experience during your visit to Korea!

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Night Food Tour in Seoul with Traditional and Modern Cuisine

Night Food Tour in Seoul with Traditional and Modern Cuisine - Seoul, South Korea

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$89.00

Discover the differences between Korea's traditional and modern cuisine on this 4-hour night walking tour. Join your local expert guide and enjoy delicious food at four different places including Korean barbecue, savory budae-jjigae (army stew), various street foods, and sweet patbingsu (shaved ice) ... More info ›

Discover the differences between Korea's traditional and modern cuisine on this 4-hour night walking tour. Join your local expert guide and enjoy delicious food at four different places including Korean barbecue, savory budae-jjigae (army stew), various street foods, and sweet patbingsu (shaved ice). Savor the various flavors as you explore the modern and ancient hidden parts of Seoul.

Start your night out by meeting your local expert guide at the centrally-located Euljiro 1(il)-ga station. Visit a popular budae-jjigae restaurant and savor the mouthwatering dish served with sweet rice wine. Then, enjoy a scenic walk along the Cheonggyecheon Stream and discover the modern side of Seoul with a night view of illuminated skyscrapers. Follow the guide to the Jongno district to taste various famous street foods including deokbokki and kimbab.

Discover Seoul's fascinating past and wander through hidden alleys that are different from everything else you have seen in Seoul - areas that most tourists will never see. Next, enjoy some Korean barbecue at a restaurant recommended by locals. Wash down your authentic meal with fresh soju, Korea's most popular liquor. Cool off with some sweet patbingsu, a traditional Korean dessert popular in this historic area.

Your tour will conclude at 9pm and your guide will lead you to Jongno 3 Ga Station where you will have access to many other lines.

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