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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Highlights
  • Hit the best spots in Nagwon-dong and Jongno with a guide
  • Stop at three local eateries and a market you may otherwise have missed
  • Receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 12
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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour
From US$87,99
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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour
US$87,99
Overview
South Korean cuisine can seem dauntingly diverse, but with a little bold experimentation your taste buds could soon be tingling. On this Seoul walking tour, you'll delve into the local food scene and stop at three guide-recommended restaurants and a food market. Sample local beverages, such as makgeolli and soju that you may otherwise have missed and enjoy personal attention in a group limited to 12 people.
What to Expect
Start your tour in the evening near Anguk Subway Station in central Seoul, then head into the bustling streets of Nagwon-dong. With your guide to lead the way, step off the tourist trail and savor the flavors popular among Seoulites.

In your small group—limited to 12 people—you'll visit outlets and street food stalls, and sample tasty treats such as dubu (stir-fried tofu), kimchi (fermented cabbage), and spicy braised chicken. Along the way, listen as your guide sheds light on the role food plays in South Korean culture.

Sample savory pancakes at a shijang (traditional flea market), and taste popular Korean alcoholic beverages including makgeolli and soju. Afterward, head on to the bustling Jongno district to conclude your tour among newfound friends in the neighborhood bars.
Reviews (198)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great introduction to Korean foods and culture!

Thank you so much to Younga, who took us on a great tour of four local restaurants we never would have found on our own. She was very helpful in explaining all the foods and how to eat them. She also provided us with a...More

1  Thank Katy Y
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent Tour!

A big thank you to our tour guide, Chris, who took us to 4 different traditional Korean restaurants and showed us a great time! Our tour group consisted of about 9 people from all different parts of the world and everyone got along very well....More

2  Thank Liezl L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Thank you Younga!

Thanks again to our guide Younga. She was very informative and made us all feel very comfortable. Highly recommended. Alan

1  Thank Alan M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great Tour with Younga

The tour consisted of 4 restaurants with various types of local food. Younga the instructor was very nice, knowledgeable and with great English. Highly recommend!

Thank OfirF7
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fantastic Tour

I have recently done a Korean Night food tour and it was a fantastic experience. We have visited a number of local restaurants and tried various local dishes and ended the tour at the night food market. Special thanks goes to the tour guide Kay,...More

Thank EugeniaRo
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Reem A
16 October 2018|
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Response from SylviaSanDiego | Reviewed this property |
You need to contact the company doing the tour, O’ngo Foods Communication. Google ongofood. My tour did not include any pork—it was all beef and chicken.
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Climber259054
17 September 2018|
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Response from billysaechao44 | Reviewed this property |
Climber259054 I think 7:00pm local time would be too late. Factor in checking in and taking five to get situated. You will also have to walk, transit, or taxi to O'ngo Food Communications. It's a culinary school close by to... More
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