Tour No : SAT 36B. Korea Culture Experience 
Price : USD 145 (min 2) 
Time : 4days in a day 
Itinerary : Hotel - Enjoy Korea Tea - Wearing Hanbok and Photo time - Kimchi Making Class - Lunch - Hotel 
Booking : http://www.wowcoreatour.com/booking/join...yle Lunch) 
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Hotel - Enjoy Korea Tea - Wearing hanbok and photo time -

Kimchi Making Class - Lunch(Korean Style) - Hotel

     

         USD (US Dollar) Per Person

Group Size

2-3pax

4-5pax

6pax

Single Supplment

Weekend

High Peak Season

Price145
145145***

               

CityTimeItineraryMeal
Seoul

4hours in a day

Meet  guide at hotel

Enjoy Korea Tea - Wearing hanbok and photo time -

Kimchi Making Class - Lunch(Korean Style) -

Transfer to hotel

 [X/L/X]

                   

ExceptBreakfastLunchDinnerPick UpDrop-Off
Minimum

None

x

1

x

Seoul hotel

Seoul hotel

2

 

Inclusions

Exclusions

Pick up service  from down town hotels

Entrance ticket

Car, parking fee, toll fee

Tour with English guide

Shopping center (1)  

Other meals 
Guide tip
Personal expense



Remarks

In Myeongdong, Dongdaemun and Jongro downtown, we provide you with free pick up service from hotel.

If you stay at Gangnam (South of Seoul) or do not accommodate at the above downtown, additional charge is USD 15 Per Person (2~3 Pax) and  USD10 (Over 4 Pax).
You should drop off one of shopping centers such as Amethyst, Ginseng Center, Cosmetic Shop or Duty Free Shop (DFS) during city tour.

 

The above program and rates are subject to be changed due to local conditions without notice.

Korean Tea

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There are four types of traditional teas in Korea: green tea, medicinal herb tea, fruit-based tea, and grain-based tea. Saenggangcha (ginger tea), insamcha (ginseng tea), and ssanghwacha (medicinal tea) are teas made of medicinal herbs or other traditional ingredients. Fruit-based teas include daechucha (jujube tea), yujacha (citron tea), omijacha (Schizandra tea), mogwacha (Chinese quince tea), and maesilcha (plum tea). Grain-based teas include yulmucha (adlay tea) and boricha (barley tea). Teas from dried flowers or leaves can be made by boiling the flowers or leaves for 3 to 5 minutes.

Wearing Hanbok

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The Hanbok is the traditional outfit of the Korean people. Koreans nowadays wear this outfit only on festive days or special anniversaries, however it was worn daily up until just 100 years ago. It is a kind of traditional formal dress and most Koreans keep a hanbok for these special times. Children wear hanbok on their first birthday and adults wear it for their wedding ceremony and on their 60th birthday. The hanbok is also worn for funerals or religious services, and is still used as casual wear in villages or districts where the traditional ways of life are still maintained such as Chunghak-dong on Mount Jirisan.

Kimchi Making Class

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Have you ever made kimchi before? If you haven’t here is a golden opportunity to learn about one of the staple foods among Korean people. Experience Kimchi allows people to learn Korean history and culture through kimchi, offering kimchi-making guided by a professional kimchi instructor. Participants can taste the kimchi they make, have it packed up, and take it overseas.

Korean Style Lunch

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Korean cuisine has evolved through centuries of social and political change. Originating from ancient agricultural and nomadic traditions in southern Manchuria and the Korean peninsula, Korean cuisine has evolved through a complex interaction of the natural environment and different cultural trends. Korean cuisine is largely based upon rice, vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the number of side dishes (banchan) that accompany steam-cooked short-grain rice. Kimchi is served often, sometimes at every meal. Commonly used ingredients include sesame oil, doenjang (fermented bean paste), soy sauce, salt, garlic, ginger, pepper flakes and gochujang (fermented red chili paste).

List of Articles
Subject Tour No Price Time Itinerary Booking

SAT 36B. Korea Culture Experience

Tour No SAT 36B. Korea Culture Experience 

Price USD 145 (min 2) 

Time 4days in a day 

Itinerary Hotel - Enjoy Korea Tea - Wearing Hanbok and Photo time - Kimchi Making Class - Lunch - Hotel 

Booking http://www.wowcoreatour.com/booking/join...yle Lunch) 

Hotel - Enjoy Korea Tea - Wearing hanbok and photo time - Kimchi Making Class - Lunch(Korean Style) - Hotel USD (US Dollar) Per Person Group Size 2-3pax 4-5pax 6pax Single S...


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