With red bean paste as the base material, you will create six small rice cakes with a design inspired by Korean traditional clothing, Hanbok. And then, you'll place the red bean paste filling inside the rice cakes and decorate them beautifully. Since ancient times in Korea, red beans have meanings of protecting from bad luck and wishing for good health.
After class, you can get your work gift-wrapped and take it as a souvenir for your beloved ones.
HyeonSil Tak has run a dessert studio since she was fascinated by the desserts from oriental and western culture when she had worked as a hotelier at the Hilton Hotel. Not only western desserts such as cookies and cakes but also she makes Korean traditional desserts and refreshments. She is also constantly developing fusion desserts, such as rice baking using traditional methods.
- Children under 7 are only permitted to observe the program with their parents
- Fee for children over 7 is the same as adults
- The disabled can participate in the program, but no handicapped restroom available.
Cancellation / Refund Policy
- Cancellation 3 days prior to the selected date: No refund
- Cancellation 4 days prior to the selected date: 100% refund
Address : #1801, 199 Baekbeom-ro Mapo-gu Seoul
*Nearby Tourist Attraction Recommending Hongdae (Hongik Univ., Seoul Subway Line 2, Exit 9 or Sangsu, Seoul Subway Line 6)
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