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Korean Cooking Class in Seoul, Korea | Learning How to Make My Favorite Korean Food

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Join us for a Korean Cooking Class in Seoul, Korea as we learn how to make two of my favorite Korean Food items (Korean Pancakes with seafood and Spicy Korean Soup with Tofu). Our Seoul cooking class learning how to make Korean food was at Ongo Food Communications (we'd recommend them highly):
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Korean savory pancakes known as jeon come in a variety of flavors but the most classic and popular of all is haemul pajeon (해물파전) which features an assortment of seafood and green onions. I'd also recommend trying kimchi jeon (김치전).
Korean spicy tofu stew known as sundubu jjigae (순두부찌개) is my favorite of all of the Korean soups. In fact, as much as I adore it Audrey loves it even more. Whenever we have Korean food abroad she always orders Sundubu Jjigae. Another jjigae to try is doenjang jjigae (된장찌개).
Considering David and I are not terribly skilled in the kitchen I think we did okay making Korean food for the first time.
Do like Korean food? Do you have a favorite Korean food or dish you love? Have you tried making Korean food before at home? Would you like to take a Korean cooking class? Let us know in the comments below.
Thanks to KTO (Korean Tourism Organization) for making this trip possible.
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Korean Cooking Class in Seoul, Korea | Learning How to Make My Favorite Korean Food:
Hey guys! We are Samuel and Audrey, a vlogging travel couple from Canada. In this travel channel we share our travel and food vlogs while touring the world.
Our most recent trip was to South Korea where I embarked upon a two-week adventure without Audrey. Invited as part of a YouTube vlogging trip, organized by KTO, I spent the first week traveling with other YouTubers in Seoul, Busan and Gyeongju. My second week included independent exploration of Korea with my good friend and fellow YouTuber David of DavidsBeenHere.
Having lived and traveled in South Korea, the chance to return to one of my favorite countries was one of the biggest surprises of 2019. On this particular trip, I had an opportunity to do many things I had not previously covered including a visit to the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone between South Korea and North Korea), a Buddhist Temple Stay and a Korean cooking class. It was almost as if the program designed by KTO knew exactly what I had missed out on before.
Obviously, a huge highlight from the two weeks I spent revisiting Korea was the food. I feasted on all of my favorite Korean dishes including Korean barbecue, dolsot bibimbap, haemul pajeon, tteokbokki, bulgogi, kimbap and many others. I can honestly say that Korean food is world-class and is one of my top 5 favorite cuisines in the world. Aside from trying familiar dishes, I had the opportunity to sample raw Korean seafood for the first time.
While visiting Seoul, highlights included going to Gyeongbokgung Palace, Namsan Seoul Tower, Jogyesa Temple and Hongdae. As one of the biggest cities in the world, I barely scratched the surface of things to do in Seoul.
Spending extended time in Busan was my favorite part about the trip with top highlights including a Korean temple stay, fresh fish markets and a Korean baseball game. It was from Busan that we ended up taking a day-trip to Daegu where we enjoyed a traditional Korean market and tried Galbi-Jjim for the first time.
If you want to see more videos from Korea in the future, let us know in the comments what places you'd like us to travel to and what food experiences you'd like to see on this travel channel.
Have you traveled to South Korea before? What was your experience like? Please share your Korea travel tips, advice and experiences in the comments below.
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