You'll have a special experience of making Kimchi (fermented cabbage) in a traditional Korean house, Hanok. Learning Korean is a bonus! Among the various types of Kimchi, we will make Gimjang Kimchi, the most representative Kimchi, radish kimchi (Kkakduki), and cucumber kimchi (Oisobaki) together.
In Korea, there is a culture where you eat fresh Kimchi and boiled pork together. Enjoy eating Bossam (the boiled pork wrapped in Kimchi) and drinking Makgeolli (Korean alcohol drink) as Koreans do.
You can have an amazing time with your beloved ones.
YoungYeon Kim has been owning Hanok Eugene House (TaeGil Kim House/Seoul Future Heritage) for 10 years. Hanok Eugene House is a place where people around the world share their life stories and culture. Thus, it is her pleasure to share the beauty of Korean life in Hanok with people from all other countries. She hopes everyone who visits Hanok Eugene House will take a rest and recharge themselves in weary life.
Based on the life, she shared with diversified people visited in this place, she published "I Travel Around the World in Hyehwa-dong Hanok." She teaches Korean to people who want to learn Korean based on her experience of teaching Korean and Korean culture at Ocean University of China, Quingdao.
- 10 min: Introducing participants each other in Korean
- 10 min: Various kinds of Kimchi & its ingredients
- 40 min: Making Kimchi
- 10 min: Photoshooting
- 40 min: Kimchi party with boiled pork dishes & Makgeolli
- 10 min: Packing Kimchi & closing
Food, drinks, and equipment.
*You can take your Kimchi to go.
Things to keep in mind
Children over 5-year-old are available to participate in the program with their parents
* Dietary preferences should be stated in advance
Cancellation / Refund Policy
- Cancellation 3 days prior to the selected date: No refund
- Cancellation 4 days prior to the selected date: 100% refund
Address : 36 Hyehwa-ro 12-gil Jongno-gu Seoul
*Nearby Tourist Attraction Recommending Daehak-ro (Hyehwa, Seoul Subway Line 4)
A street of youth dating from 1398 As Daehak-ro ('Daehak' means 'universities;, and 'ro' means 'streets') is named because nine universities, including Seoul Univ., are all located in the area, you can feel the vitality of youth. As the mecca of the Korean theater industry, most of the famous Korean actors and actresses make their debut based on the experiences in acting here. You may see an actor just passing by you on the street at the Academy Awards a few years later. Who knows?