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Cooking Classes $90 → (Summer Sale $81)

About
We offer a hands-on cooking classes in a small group setting. You’ll experience and learn more about Korean culture through the cooking classes.

Information
• Learn to create two delicious Korean dishes taught by an experienced chef.
• Each class lasts 2 hours.
• The cost of a single cooking class is US$90 per person.
• Children aged 6-12 can participate at a rate of US$70.
• Your Booking is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email.
• A 50% refund will be issued for cancellations made at least two days before the class date.
• A full refund will be issued for cancellations made three days before the class date.
• There is no refund for cancellations on the same day as the class.
• To complete your reservation, we kindly ask for a $30 deposit as a security fee.
• Ingredients can be substituted for dietary restrictions.

Mon - Fri

2 Hours

English Speaking

Schedule
Monday

Bibimbap
Bulgogi  

Tuesday

Bibimbap
Bulgogi  

Wednesday

Japchae
Jeyuk-bokkeum

Thursday

Bibimbap
Jeyuk-bokkeum

Friday

Japchae
Jeyuk-bokkeum

Jeyuk-bokkeum
(Spicy pork barbecue)

Jeyuk-bokkeum, a Korean spicy pork barbecue, is the most popular dish our customers request for the class. It is a marinated pork barbecue seasoned with a special Gochujang sauce.

bibimbap

Bibimbap
(Korean Rice Bowl)

Bibimbap is one of the most well-known dishes in Korean cuisine. It features a rice bowl topped with seasonal vegetables that are cooked, along with a sunny-side-up fried egg. You’ll learn to create a healthy, delicious, and nutrient-packed rice bowl.

japchea

Japchae
(Glass Noodle Salad)

Japchae is considered a festive dish in Korea and is also known as a royal cuisine. A variety of vegetables are cooked and mixed with glass noodles to create a delightful salad. This non-spicy dish is a favorite in Korea!

bulgogi

Bulgogi
(Korean grilled beef)

Bulgogi is Korea’s national dish, made with thinly sliced prime cuts of beef. The beef is marinated in a delightful blend of soy sauce, sesame, and garlic, ensuring rich, savory flavors.

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