Wanna make Mandu? Here's a Mandu Class for ya!

I love Mandu. If you want to learn how to make it, go here. It's too bad that I have to work.


Experience Seoul 2008 - 2nd edition "Cooking Class : Mandu (Dumplings)"
□ Date & Time : June 30, 2008 10:00am - 1:00pm
□ Place : Rinnai Korea Cooking Class
(Linai Bd. 3 floor, 515-1, Changceon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul)
□ Participants : Foreign residents
□ Admission Fee : Free of charge
□ The event will take place even if it rains.
□ Participants should be over 8 years old.
Seoul Global Center will hold "a cooking class featuring mandu" as the 2nd edition of Experience Seoul. The menu will be Jjin Mandu (Steamed Dumpling) & Ddeok Mandu Guk (Rice cake & Mandu Soup).
○ Mandu (Dumplings)
Mandu typically consists of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling rapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the dges together or by crimping. It is called vegetable mandu, meat mandu or kimchi mandu based on the ingredients inside and it is usually steamed, fried, deep-fried or added to soups.

□ Registration

For registration, call 3453-9039 or email rachelkim.kirby@gmail.com

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