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Korean tea ceremony, Darye, at Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Date Wed
  • Duration 1h
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What you'll do
Treat yourself precious holding a tea cup with your both hands

The Korean traditional tea ceremony is a time to cherish yourself and to treat yourself valuable.

You'll put on traditional tea clothing(vest), enjoy Korean traditional tea and refreshments, and learn traditional etiquette. Another fun thing to do is to have your own making refreshments putting in a traditional fortune pouch.

It will be an interesting time to experience the Korean tea ceremony.

#sincerity #etiquette #koreantea #hanok #meditation
#darey #koreanteaceremony #buchonhanokvillage
Master

For the past 20 years, Korean Tea Culture Center led by EunJoo Seo has been teaching various lectures at different places, including universities, concerning the Korean tea ceremony and pertaining to minds and etiquette.

'When you take care of yourself in the tea ceremony, you can hone in a caring attitude to others. A cup of tea with good manners can control your hasty mind.' The time with the tea will give you relieves in your life.

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Schedule
 - 10 min: Greeting & intro of Darye 
 - 30 min: Experiencing Korean tea ceremony & making refreshments 
 - 10 min: Sharing your story of tea ceremony & putting your refreshments into your fortune pouch 
 - 10 min: Closing & photoshoot time
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Cancellation / Refund Policy
- Cancellation 2 days prior to the selected date: No refund
- Cancellation 3 days prior to the selected date: 100% refund
Location
Address : 50 Yulgok-ro 1-gil Jongno-gu Seoul
*Nearby Tourist Attraction Recommending
Bukchon (Anguk, Seoul Subway Line 3)

Time leaping in history
Bukchon was once a residential area for aristocrats and bureaucrats during the Joseon Dynasty. It is an area so-called called "historic sites in the city" where there are a number of historical and cultural assets, and artists' studios. It is good to walk wherever you can because there are many pretty cafes and shops in every alley. There are many historical sites, such as Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace and places to must-visit including the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and Insadong.
You must be aware of Insadong, right?
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