Culinary escapade in Seoul, 4 days

Day 1     SEOUL: ARRIVAL AND LOCAL PRODUCT TASTING                   (D)
On arrival at Incheon airport, transfer (without guide) and check-in at hotel. Note: Rooms are available from 2pm. Welcome in one of the most famous traditional tea houses of the city. The tea here is an ancient custom and often accompanied by "Tteok", Korean pastry made ​​of sticky rice. In the evening immersion in the streets of Seoul for a culinary discovery of the most popular Korean dishes. Through various local restaurants, taste the specialties of the country including the famous barbecue, beer, rice crispy cakes with beans...
Overnight in Seoul.

After breakfast, depart by Jihachul, subway to the main areas of the city. Walk through “Hanok” village of Bukchon. This area known as the "North Village" is home to some 900 traditional Korean houses and offers a unique cultural immersion in Korean ancient times. By midday one will savour a delicious Bibimbap lunch, the national dish; consisting of rice, meat, fried vegetables and a fried egg, all spiced up by chilli (served separately). In the afternoon, visit Kimchi museum. Through the various exhibitions, explore the history and making process of this national dish of fermented cabbage with red pepper, ginger, garlic and salted fish sauce; this is a traditional dish which is present daily on the Koreans’ table. Later on, taste the two most popular alcohol of Korea: Soju, rice or potato alcohol, and Makgeolli, fermented rice alcohol, sweet and milky.
Overnight in Seoul.

Day 3     SEOUL: COOKING CLASS AND COMEDY SHOW                    (B/L)
After breakfast, morning is dedicated to a Korean cooking class. South Korea has more than 130 different kinds of Kimchi, discover along with a chef one of this recipe (about 2 hours). The lesson concludes with a stroll in the market for an explanation about the different components of the traditional cuisine. In the afternoon, visit Gyeongbokgung Palace (closed every Tuesday), the royal palace located north of the capital was built for the first time in the fourteenth century and then a second time in the nineteenth century. This "Greatly Blessed by Heaven" is one of the five palaces from the Choson (Joseon) dynasty and includes the Folk museum and its collection of traditional Korean life. Then visit Jogyesa Temple, which is one of the most important of the city and heart of Jogyejong Buddhist Order, practicing Zen meditation. In the early evening, before dinner, enjoy the famous "Cookin 'Nanta' show. This is non-verbal and comic performance with animated reckless rhythms and dramatizing customary Korean percussion. Gourmet dinner in one of the best restaurant of the city.
Overnight in Seoul.

Day 4     SEOUL                      (B)
After breakfast, the day is at leisure in Seoul. Note: Rooms shall be released by 12pm (noon). Depending on the flight schedule, transfer to the airport for the departure flight.
End of our services.

Accommodation in a shared double or twin room at selected hotel
Transfer by a private air-conditioned vehicle as per program
Full day transportation by Jihachul (subway)
English speaking guide except during time at leisure or if mentioned otherwise in the program
Entry fees for all sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program
Meals as mentioned in the program: (B) for breakfast, (L) for lunch or (D) for dinner
Government taxes currently in force (V.A.T.)
Visa for South Korea
International flights and airport taxes
Drinks, tips, personal expenses and all services not clearly mentione




Departure date
E.g., 18 Mar 2018
Price dates: 
Saturday, October 1, 2016 to Sunday, April 30, 2017
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Product ID Title Maturity Room Price
1551 Culinary escapade in Seoul, 4 days (Adults, Double)
1552 Culinary escapade in Seoul, 4 days (Adults, Single)