Located opposite the National Theater, this institute teaches traditional Korean customs and culture. Classes offered here ... More
Located opposite the National Theater, this institute teaches traditional Korean customs and culture. Classes offered here include tea ceremony, cooking, dancing, how to wear hanbok (Korean traditional clothes), kimchi making, and the etiquette of a traditional Korean wedding ceremony. These traditions are learned through direct participation. Tour groups are provided with special programs. The average class lasts from one to two hours and anyone is welcome to attend. A fee of KRW400,000 per lesson is charged for a group of ten.
This cafe is designed in the style of a Seattle coffee shop; enjoy the open view and fashionably designed tables.
Sip a fresh, richly flavored coffee, or indulge in bread, cookies or sweet cake. Try the Holly Chino for ...
Established in the 1950s, this cafe now sports a Retro 1970s look. It is a popular hang out for university
students and young adults as well as middle aged Koreans wanting to relive the past. Hakrim will delight anyone ...
Give your tastebuds a treat with freshly baked breads and cakes, made to order sandwiches, tantalizing salads, wines and cheeses.
The famous homemade chocolates will take you straight to heaven. Lunches can be ordered in advance—making this cafe a ...
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