An exclusive opportunity to meet state-designated Korean food masters! We proudly invite you to take part in a cooking class experience where you can learn how to cook traditional Korean foods directly from our cooking masters.
In Gangnam, the heart of Seoul, there’s a very special place. When you come out Exit 9 of Gangnam Station (Seoul Metro line 2) and pass the crowds on the main street, you’ll be surprised to find a find a calm and cozy traditional cafe behind in the middle of Gangnam. You’ll be even more surprised when you step inside and see the wonderful mixture of modern design and traditional Korean elements in the interior design. Before the class you can enjoy traditional Korean tea, such as jujube or plum tea. After having a cup of tea, you can head upstairs to meet the Korean food masters in person and learn their best cooking tricks!
1. Making Yeot-gangjeong(seeds or nuts mixed with rice syrup) and Cloth-wrapping Experience
• The best way to experience the beauty of Korean crafts-make sweet and colorful gangjeong by mixing deep-fried rice puffs with Korean rice syrup, and wrap it up in a traditional Korean cloth to make a wonderful gift for a special someone.
※ The total duration of this program is 60 minutes, which includes an explanation about traditional Korean cookies, making yeot-gangjung and traditional sweets and cookies, and a cloth wrapping experience.
2. Making Gochujang(red pepper paste) and Teokbokki Experience
• Gochujang is a spicy staple in Korean cooking. You can make your own gochujang easily by mixing different chili powders.
• The total duration of this program is 60 minutes, which includes an introduction to traditional fermented food, making gochujang, and packing the gochujang you made.
• Experience the fascinating world of Korean fermented food by participating in this fun program. You can bring home the gochujang you make.
3. Making Royal Tteokbokki Experience
• Soy Sauce is the base sauce for Korean Food. Royal Tteokbokki is made without gochujang but with soy sauce; In the old time, this food was served for King's meal and princes' & princesses' snacks.
• Since the food is not spicy but sweet, everyone loves it. Learn how to make a sauce based with soy sauce and cook Royal Teokbokki by yourself!
• The total duration of this program is 60 minutes, which includes an introduction to traditional fermented food, making royal tteokbokki, and eating what you have made.
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