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Gain insight into Korean tradition and heritage on this 3.5-hour Korean cultural experience in Seoul. Visit a cultural center and enjoy a welcoming cup of Korean tea. In your traditional ‘hanbok’ attire, practice formal social etiquette and gain insight into polite manners in Korea. Master the ancient art of kimchi-making and learn how this popular speciality dish is used in Korean cookery. Engage your fellow visitors in old-fashioned folk games popular in the Joseon era, then return to your hotel via an amethyst factory or ginseng center. 


  • Half-day Korean cultural experience in Seoul with a professional guide
  • Try on Korean clothing called hanbok for a photo
  • Take part in a tea ceremony and play a traditional folk game
  • Learn to make kimchi in a 30-minute class and discover its many uses in the Korean diet
  • Visit an amethyst or ginseng factory
  • Round-trip hotel transport included

What You Can Expect

Korean Cultural Experience: Kimchi Making, Hanbok Wearing and Tea Ceremony

Korean Cultural Experience: Kimchi Making, Hanbok Wearing and Tea Ceremony

Customer Reviews

Brittany L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

My family and I had a great time at this experience. The guides cram a lot of activities into your tour. Both the guide and kimchi making instructors were so nice. Our favorite part had to be trying on the hanbok. They let you select your outfit, from a large number of options, and even try on the wedding and royal outfits. They also help take lots of photos for you, which we really appreciated. I would highly recommend this tour. It is a great way to experience a number of different parts of the Korean culture. Very well worth it!

Amber H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2015

Just what I had hoped, to be elbow deep in bright red kimchi, while learning the secret ingredients that make kimchi so unique. Then, our guide was very patient with both us, as we dressed up in traditional Korean Hanbok and learned about wedding traditions in Korea.

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