The Jongno district of central Seoul constitutes one half of the city’s main historic area. It is here you’ll find a majority of the royal palaces, temples, parks and shrines, many dating back to the Joseon Dynasty. Four of the five Grand Palaces -- ... 

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Completely satisfied

June 2012

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Hunger gone

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Korean Night Market

August 2014

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United Kingdom

Tour of the night market

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Korean BBQ

August 2014

Christian L
United Kingdom

Amazing food

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

One of the stops on our tour

June 2014

One of the stops on our tour - it was delicious but we would have never known to stop in without the tour

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Kwang Jang Market

September 2013

Kwang Jang Market with Dan, our tour guide

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Our tour guide, Jason, demonstrates how to stack tofu, kimchi and pork as we dine at Dubuchon.

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Our tour guide, Jason, skillfully cuts bindaetteok, a traditional Korean pancake made with mung beans, into bite-sized pieces.

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Ddeokbokki is a traditional Korean dish containing rice cake, fish cake, noodles and squid in a spicy sauce.

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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The alleys of Gwangjang Market are filled with stalls selling bindaetteok, seafood and street food.

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Korean barbecue is traditionally eaten wrapped in a lettuce leaf. Here, a slice of barbecued pork, kimchi and onion are wrapped in a sesame leaf.

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

May 2013

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Steam escapes from the sides of the tabletop grill as we wait for our pork and mushrooms to cook.

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Small-Group Korean Night Food Tour

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