Immerse yourself in the culinary and drinking culture of Seoul's historic Jongro District on this evening walking tour. Follow a guide to three different local restaurants to try traditional dishes such as chicken stew, Budaejjigae, pancakes, and Korean barbecue. Learn about the traditional foods served here, as well as the history of the district, through the guide's in-depth commentary. Limited to a small group of 10 people or fewer, this tour provides personalized attention and an intimate atmosphere.
Over the years, Seoul has developed into one of the most modern cities in the world. Through this change, Koreans have remained passionate about their work, food, and history. We'll show you some of the most loved foods and beautiful landscapes our city has to offer. We will take you through hidden alleyways and quaint backstreets home to secret foodie gems, and share little tips and tricks along the way that you'll be able to use on the rest of your trip.
Learn about Korea’s culinary culture on this tasting tour of Seoul. Stroll through the streets with an expert in local cuisine, stopping at local food stalls and eateries plus a food market or village. Sample a variety of foods like Korean barbecue, savory pancakes, and spicy rice cake stew. Wash it all down with alcoholic beverages such as Korean rice wine and soju (distilled liquor). Your guided small-group walking tour covers plenty of ground in the bustling district of Jongno-gu, with numbers limited to 12 people.
Stroll the streets of Seoul while munching on authentic Korean street food during this 3-hour tour. A small group limited 12 fellow travelers ensures an intimate experience. All food tastings and rice wine or a soft drink are included.
After the sun sets, the skyscrapers and street vendors of Busan burst into life. See the best of the illuminated coastal city on an evening tour that reveals the best places to eat, drink, and sightsee. You’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 15 and be transported between sights in air-conditioned comfort.
Get an insider's view of Seoul's nightlife scene with this small-group pub crawl through the Hongdae neighborhood. Stop into some of the hottest nightspots, as well as off-the-beaten-path bars and clubs, and learn about Korean drinking culture and etiquette. Sample some traditional pub snacks and play drinking games with your group.
Satisfy your thirst for traditional Korean alcohols, during this guided tour and tasting. Meet an artisan brewmaster and distiller, who teaches you about the time-honored traditional process of making Soju, Yakju, and Makgeolli from rice. Eat a homemade Korean meal accompanied by Makgeolli. This small-group tour, maximum of 12 people, ensures an intimate atmosphere and the opportunity to ask questions.
Discover Seoul's vibrant culinary scene on a guided small-group walking tour around South Korea’s capital city streets. Stop by seven local shops, restaurants, and street-food stalls for food tastings, including fried pork dumplings and fried fish cakes. Learn about the history and food culture of Korea and enjoy a traditional Korean barbecue lunch.
Feast your senses on South Korea's traditional dishes during this 8-hour food tour. Explore the bustling Noryangjin fish market, bursting with fish fresh from the ocean, where you can pick out your lunch. Walk through the Insadong area to sample some local street food, then pick out meat for your Korean barbecue dinner at the wholesale beef market in Majangdong. As you travel and taste, learn about the Korean culinary traditions and history from your guide. Meals, tastings and round-trip transportation from Seoul hotels are provided.
Ideal for food lovers, this 4-hour evening food tour allows travelers to see a different side to Seoul. Feast on classic and contemporary Korean cuisine — including ‘budae-jjigae’ (meat stew), ‘patbingsu’ (sweet shaved ice), and the most popular street foods — and enjoy a scenic walk along the Cheonggyecheon Stream. Explore the lively Jongno district and enjoy traditional Korean barbecue at a restaurant favored by locals. All food samples are included.
Follow your nose - and your private guide - to the Mullaedong district in Seoul, which has recently become home to artists making it the city’s hippest district. On this evening tour, you’ll taste the best Korean BBQ and soju in town, followed by traditional chicken and ice cold beer. Experience the best of Korean culture through local drinking games and funny stories. Get insider suggestions for street food and dessert.
Discover two unique Korean traditions on this 2-hour tour in Seoul and immerse yourself in Korean culture. Take part in a traditional Korean tea ceremony; learn to make popular Korean specialty, Kimchi; and dress up in a typical Korean Hanbok.
Shop with the locals at the famous Noryangjin Fish Market on this guided tour. Follow your guide to uncover the hidden gems and secret stalls where locals know they can get the freshest products. Choose what you'd like to eat while learning about the market's rich culinary history, then have it prepared as a meal for you in an onsite restaurant.
During this culinary tour in Seoul, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around the bustling Namdaemun Market, with over 10,000 vendors to choose from. Explore Sejong Village Food Alley and try traditional Korean pancakes. And o like the locals do enjoying a glass of makgeolli (Korean rice wine) that gets you in the mood with a Korean vibe. What can be better than that?Want to know what food to eat in Seoul? Your local foodie has you covered! Try flavorsome noodle soup with kimchi, and munch into hotteok, best-known as Korean pancakes. And that’s just the beginning; there’s more food to come! Enjoy Tteokbokki, spicy stir-fried rice cakes, a highly popular Korean street food, and yummy chicken skewers, all at the vibrant Tongin market. And finally a must-have in Seoul, traditional tea with Korean sweets at a local tea house!The foodie locals are ready to take you on the best food tour in Seoul.
Get a true taste of Seoul on this 4-hour sightseeing and food tour by night. Follow your guide to the Gwangjang Traditional Market for samplings of Korean street food. Then stop by some of the city's top attractions, including the Cheonggyecheon stream, Deoksugung Palace, and the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Entrance fees, tastings, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Not understanding Korean can sometimes mean that first-time visitors miss out on the best of Seoul’s culinary scene. Dive straight into Korean cuisine on a culture- and food-focused tour that provides a perfect introduction for first-time visitors. Exploring on foot means that you’ll get a more intimate glimpse into the area, while the insider knowledge of a guide ensures you make the most of your stay in South Korea.
Taste Seoul’s traditional street food on this half-day walking tour with a private guide. Stroll to Gwangjang Market and discover stands selling traditional Korean goods; walk along Cheonggyecheon stream and explore Dongdaemun Design Plaza; and sate your appetite with Korean barbecue. Food tastings are included with this personalized itinerary.
Nestled around the famous Gyeongbok Royal Palace in Seoul, the Seochon neighborhood is home to buzzing food markets and traditional eateries that Seoul's residents love. On this foodies’ walking tour, step off the tourist trail and follow your guide to hidden hot spots, and savor a delicious BBQ lunch of grilled Korean pork belly served with side dishes. Mingle with Seoulites among the stalls and markets, and enjoy the traditional Korean dessert, Bingsu.
Stray from the beaten path and discover a part of Seoul that most first-time visitors miss during a food-focused tour of Joongrimdong. Opting for a guided tour allows you to overcome the language barrier and discover restaurants and food stall that you’re unlikely to find in the guide book. Plus, the short duration of this afternoon tour makes it ideal for time-pressed travelers.
Seoul is a foodie’s dream, with so much to offer. From the juicy charred meat of Korean BBQ to stir-fried delights, soju and makgeolli, bring your appetite and join your foodie host in exploring restaurants, a market, and food streets on this personalized food tour.Discover the legendary Korean BBQ food alley, a hidden gem where meat-lovers gather to enjoy different cuts of grilled meat. Savor the famous Galmaegi pork-skirt meat, taste unlimited Korean side dishes, and eat to your heart’s content.Eager to try more? Head to makeshift tent restaurants, as seen in Korean drama, and experience outdoor dining alongside other locals. Pair local favorites with alcoholic beverages, and be prepared to try stir-fried dishes, all served with kimchi and makgeolli.For more local insights and must-see spots, visit the oldest traditional market in the downtown area and explore the bustling food alleys serving different authentic Korean street food and drinks.
Do you like to taste traditional food and nice dessert in Busan? Then, you should join this tour. Your guide will take you to nice Korean BBQ restaurant. Also, you will stroll around Gwanalli Beach where many Koreans have happy memories of Busan to specifically spend a hot summer’s day. Enjoy night view of Gwangalli Beach with foodies!- Sample Busan speciality dish - Explore nightlife and lively atmosphere in Gwanganlli Beach- All entrance fees are included- Acquaint yourself with Korean street food nearby Gwangalli Beach
Tick off some top Seoul sights without the stress of advance planning on a half-day sightseeing and food tour. Ideal for first-time visitors, this walking tour focuses on the culture and history of the city, and includes a multi-course Korean meal at a traditional restaurant. Unlike if you were to explore on your own, you’ll discover lesser-known information designed to kickstart your time in South Korea.
Sip a variety of top-notch, Seoul-originated liquors with a brew master's explanation. You will meet your tour guide at Anguk station and the head to Korean traditional liquor brewery. At this brewery, you will experience sampling about 10 kinds of liquors. After liquor tasting, you will have a short sightseeing Bukchon Hanok Village and then have enjoyable dinner with Makgeolli or Soju with the travelers. kimchi Stew or Pork dishes (Bossam) with Korean Rice wine. Having scrumptious dishes with Makgeolli, you can mingle with other travelers and immerse into Seoul’s traditional culture. Loose your belt and stuff yourself with the yummy Korean home food and drinks.
With fresh seafood delivered every day and traditional recipes passed down the generations, the South Korean seaside city of Busan is a foodie’s dream destination—but uncovering the most delicious treats and finding the best eateries requires local knowledge. On this tour, visit Ggangtong Market, the Jagalchi seafood market, and more with your guide. Discover the flavors the locals love, with round-trip travel from your Busan hotel included.