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Me & my friend had a wonderful time with the some Japanese learning how to make cabbage kimchi & how to cook tteabokki. The also provide hanbok for u to try & take picture. I definitely recommend this activity to everyone.
It's actually a good lesson on kimchi making. Straightforward and easy to understand. On top of that you get to bring the kimchi you made home to see how much you done it. Then there is several hanbok for you to wear and have some...More
We've learn a lot on this trip, we were actually in a rush because of our next stop, and I thought we're unable to attend the class, but they made it happen....
It was clear, and fun, we got to try a lot of food...More
First time in Korea and of course wanted to make the dish that is so representative of the country. Kimchi Academy House had friendly instructors who were so generous to take many pictures, in a clean and bright facility. English was spoken well, and they...More
A visit to Seoul should include learning about food... and this was a great start to learning about Kimchi. I took this class just two other people, family, and we had plenty of time to make out Kimchi and learn about other ingredients that can...More
Arguably Seoul’s most famous neighbourhood and undoubtedly one of its most popular, Myeongdong takes shopping and eating to new heights, with hundreds of shops, restaurants, and cafes all stacked on top of one another. The rise in popularity of Korean cosmetics, fashion, and more has made this area a must-see for visitors who come and marvel at Myeongdong’s often frenetic pace and energy. Lotte and
Shinsaegae’s massive department stores are also popular draws for both Korean and luxury products. The department stores, just like Myeongdong’s streets, are crowded around the clock. Myeongdong’s many street food carts are also immensely popular for their inexpensive and quirky offerings (French-fry-encrusted corn dogs, anyone?). The neighbourhood’s popularity, as well as its close proximity to other popular sights and neighbourhoods, makes it one of Seoul’s most popular places to stay.