What you'll do
Learn Korean and experience making kimchi in traditional Korean house Hanok. I can speak Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese Introducing each other in Korean 1. Introduction to Kimchi 2. Explain the various kinds of Kimchi in Korea and the ingredients that are put into it. 3. Explain the order of making Kimchi and start making Kimchi together. Kimchi makes the most representative cabbage kimchi and kkakdugi kimchi made with radish. 4. After Koreans make kimchi, you eat boiled pork that you had eaten and their own kimchi. (with makgeolli, a rice wine) 5. The kimchi that you make can be packed. Korean kimchi can make any kind of kimchi depending on the type of vegetables. The basic seasoning for kimchi varies depending on the local specialty and may vary depending on the family's traditional tastes. However, the most basic seasoning is garlic, ginger, red pepper powder, salted fish sauce etc.
- Passionate cooks
Learn traditional recipes and hear personal stories from local hosts.
- Intimate settings
Share a meal in unique spaces, from private farms to secret rooftops.
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Let's make kimchi together while learning Korean at Korean traditional hanok!!(can be explain in Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese) Kim Young-yeon(Eugene Mom)have been running a traditional Korean house in Hyehwa-dong (Daehangno) in the center of Seoul , during 10 years. The name of Eugene House came from the name of my daughter Eugene. It has another name, Kim Tae-gil House/Seoul Future Heritage, It was 80 years old house. I have had a kimchi making experience with the guests who came to my house. And also, I was fortunate to live in Japan and China, for nine years. By teaching Korean and Korean culture to the students in these countries. While making kimchi, I will also teach you Korean language and culture. You will get a glimpse of the life of Koreans. I will take a nice picture of you making kimchi in the hanok.
-Bossam (boils pork, Kimchi), Rice -Makgeolli (rice wine) -Take out made Kimch
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Where you'll be
Take village bus No.8 at Hyehwa Station Exit 1 and get off at the third stop (Science High School, People's Life Hall) Hanok Eugene House(유진하우스)
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Up to 8 guests ages 7 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. It’s up to each guest to understand the ingredients being used and communicate any allergies or dietary restrictions to the host. Guests should also consider…
Making Kimchi in traditional hanok