Go to the same Korean BBQ restaurant featured on “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” on this classic Korean night out of BBQ and drinks. Spend a lively evening with a Korean food expert to learn about Korean BBQ and drinking etiquette, and then experience traditional and trendy alcoholic drinks in an energetic classic pub filled with Koreans from all walks of life. You will also explore a market famous for its pigs feet and a colorful market selling savory pancakes and tempura made from most anything under the sun. Make sure to bring your camera, but don’t lose it, or they may fry it. This is the most intense way to immerse yourself in Korean food culture.
Chicken and beer is somewhat of a ritual in Korea. On this tour, you and your small group will go on a pub crawl to three chicken and beer stops covering the gamut of what Koreans call “chimaek.” You will gorge on various types of chicken ranging from the rustic, barbecue style to trendy, more modern styles. Your tour guide will teach you the Korean drinking etiquette and give you a crash course on the chicken and beer history, culture, and how to find the best restaurants.
Experience a variety of Korean cuisines like a local! Enjoy a delicious seafood lunch that you pick out for yourself as you stroll through the Noryangjin fish market. Enjoy delicious street food in Insadong, and then head to the wholesale beef market in the Majangdong area to select your own beef for your Korean BBQ dinner. Along with food tasting, learn the traditions and history of Korean people.
Visit Jessie in her apartment in the Gangnam neighborhood of Seoul and learn to cook Korean family recipes handed down from her mother and grandmother. Share a private meal that you helped prepare while learning about Korean culture and cuisine.
On this 2-hour tour you will experience Korean traditional culture by learning the art of tea ceremony, making kimchi (a traditional side dish) and trying on a Hanbok or Korean traditional dress. In addition, you will learn some rules of Korean etiquette. Complete your tour with a visit to a duty free shop.
Explore Koreas cultural heritage on this full-day combo tour of Seoul. In the morning, your sightseeing coach takes you and a knowledgeable guide to notable landmarks such as Jogyesa Temple, Gyeongbokgung Palace and the National Folk Museum. After lunch, experience the art of wearing hanbok, traditional Korean clothing. Youre taught formal greeting etiquette and fun folk games along with how to make kimchi, a cabbage dish that accompanies every meal. Hotel pickup and drop-off, with stops at an amethyst factory and ginseng center, are included.
Learn the art of wearing hanbok, traditional Korean attire, and discover how to make kimchi during this cultural experience in Seoul. Youll practice Korean customs as you learn greeting etiquette and play folk games, and enjoy the chance to sink your teeth and hands into the countrys favorite fermented side dish. An informative guide picks you up and drops you off at your hotel, with a brief stop at an amethyst factory or ginseng center.
Visit a strawberry farm outside of Seoul to pick some of the sweetest strawberries you’ll ever taste. You’ll walk through the fields to fill up a basket with strawberries, and then learn how to make jam during an easy hands-on less with an instructor. Bring your fresh berries and jar of jam back to Seoul with you! Includes round-trip transport from Seoul hotels.
Enjoy an evening out in Seoul that starts with a sightseeing cruise on the Han River (Hangang) and ends with a classic Korean snack. On the 1-hour river cruise, see landmarks such as the 63 City Building, N Seoul Tower and the Seoul Olympic Stadium. Then visit Gwangjang Market, one of the biggest and oldest traditional markets in Korea, to try a favorite local dish called bindaetteok, a savory pancake cooked right before your eyes at a market food stall. An informative guide provides commentary during this 4-hour tour.
If you thought fried chicken and cold beer were mostly American picnic staples, think again. During this 3.5-hour evening experience, settle in at a scenic spot by the Han River to enjoy one of Korea’s most popular snacks, referred to as ‘chimac.’ You’ll eat like a local as you savor a snack alongside city dwellers leaving the worries of the day behind. Numbers are limited to 10 people on this small-group tour to ensure a personalized experience with your friendly guide.