Korean temple cuisine is the food of Buddhist monks, and the food of Osinchae (Green onion, garlic and many more.), fish and shellfish, and meat are prohibited.
Balwoo Gongyang (Refers to an alms bowl meal or the practice of eating Buddhist meals), is now in the spotlight as a diet, patient diet, and healing diet due to its health interest, and has also become part of the Korean food favored by people around the world due to the vegetarian.
Make an unforgettable moment to make Korean temple cuisine at the fancy venue!
[1. Yeonnip bap+Yeonnnip Tea+Yeonnip porridge Set]
[2. Tofu Kimbap+ Dried radish Kimchi]
Wednesday / 11:00
Minimum/Maximum number of pax to proceed
4 people / 10 people