We will walk around Bukchon and visit a brewery. You will also have the choice to visit a traditional Korean alcohol bar called a "Jumak" as an option. Walking through Bukchon, you will see a variety of workshops and places built in a traditional Korean house called a "Hanok". After walking you will visit a famous Korean traditional "Soju Master"—certified by the Korean government as a "Food Master" and listed as part of the "Intangible National Heritage of Seoul". Here, you will learn about the culture and basic contents of Korean traditional alcohol of two kinds of fermented rice wine called "takju", known as "makgeolli" and "yakju". Then you will discover how to make soju from the distillation of yakju. Then you can taste 10 different variations including takju, yakju, and soju, as well as learn the ways to drink them. Finally, we can move to our optional third place (Need extra cost from around USD 25.00~30.00 cause it's optional), a traditional bar called a "Jumak" where we'll enjoy traditional food and alcohol together. This bar serves lots of Korean traditional alcohols from throughout the Korean Peninsula. We'll enjoy delightfully authentic dishes, Korean love, and traditional makgeolli.
l am also a food culture educator in Korea, teaching students at the culinary school and writing food articles for major newspapers and food magazines. I'm also a student of a Soju Master, designated as part of the intangible national heritage of Korea with a 300-year history over 10 generations and an advisor for the famous food TV show 'Wednesday Gourmet Circle 수요미식회'. I have extended knowledge of the traditional alcohol culture of Korea. I am confident that this trip will be a great opportunity to learn about Korean traditions that you may have never known.
Traditional Alcohol from Rice transformed, - Takju (Rice brewed unsettled residue from bottom part). - Yakju (Clear on top…
We will walk through Bukchon Hanok Village which is a place in Seoul where many old traditional houses are located. It is also naturally connected to the Soju workshop which is a very hidden gem inside of the big city where people can enjoy the time-honored brewed or distill alcohol. For optional, you are going to go to the traditional bar called "Jumak" for drinks which transformed from the rice with creamy and clean brewed with matching foods.
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If you are allergic to certain ingredients for drinks or foods, please let me know in advance. The drinks made from rice, wheat yeast, and water. And the food for your optional choices includes rice, beef, pork, fish, fermented soy sauce, bean paste, seafood, and various vegetables.