Christmas Gift Ideas for your Friend or Family in Korea: Why Not Give a Korean Cooking Class or Food TourWednesday, December 12, 2012
If you are looking for a unique gift for friends and family currently living in Korea or planning on visiting soon, a perfect present would be a Korean Cooking Class or Dining Tour. Our company, O'ngo Food Communications, has expert, knowledgable staff that give an experience that will last a lifetime.
You can learn how to cook Korean food in our fully equipped kitchen with the help of a Korean chef in English. Our chefs have taught thousands students over the last two years and can give you insight into Korean cuisine and teach you proper techniques. Plus you might even get to benefit from your gift via a dinner invite. Our cooking classes start at 65,000 Korean won for beginners, 120,000 won for intermediate levels, and 250,000 won for professionals. It is a perfect gift for foodie individuals and couples.
For those who would prefer to eat, we offer our highly rated food tours. Our taste tour introduces guests to street food stalls and then Korean barbecue. Our night dining tour is a multi-restaurant food and alcohol tour that will introduce Korean culture through cuisine. We also have private options such as our ultimate food tour. Tours start at 57,000 won a person
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an inquiry about a gift certificate.
Our tours and cooking classes are recommended in the Frommers guide, Lonely Planet, Time Out Seoul and more. Our tours have been featured in Politiken, Sydney Herald, USA Today and Elle Asia and other publications. Our guides have also appeared on Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, the Kimchi Chronicles, and National Geographic. O'ngo's Food Tours are rated the number 1 activity in Korea on tripadvisor.