Korea Night Dining Tour this Friday Night April 9th, 2010

No visit to Korea would be complete without experiencing the kinetic nightlife scene. Since many visitors will be just arriving, this is the best way to overcome jet lag. Our tour will introduce visitors to Korea's exciting drinking culture and some of the best night time dining areas in Korea. The tour will explore the Jongno 3-ga area, which used to be the busiest area of Seoul. This area has not been gentrified like other parts of Seoul and has a thriving nightlife and exciting underground scene. Here you'll see the real Korea. These tours will run every Friday Night as long as there is at least 4 people interested in participating.

The tour will start with a visit to a visit to a Korean Drinking Tent (Pojangmacha). You'll be introduced to drinking food with traditional Korean alcohol such as soju and chungha.

Then you'll go to a pork barbecue restaurant specializing in garmaeggisal: a special cut of pork located near the pig's diaphragm. Here we'll have pork barbecue with beer and soju and learn different Soju bomb drinks (Potanju) while playing drinking games.

After the barbecue restaurant, you'll be given a brief tour of the colorful Jongno 3-ga area to find hidden eateries and drinking establishments. The third place will be a local rice wine bar (makgeolli) place to try a couple different makgeollis with Korean pancake (Pajeon).

Tour Schedule:
7pm: Visit to a Tent Restaurant
8pm: Visit to a Korean Pork Restaurant: Garmaeggisal Restaurant
9pm: Visit to a Rice Wine (Makgeolli) Restaurant to taste different alcohols with Korean Pancake

The tour will be lead by Daniel Gray a long term resident of Seoul and the creator of www.seouleats.com. Michelle Min will also be on the tour to assist. The tour starts at 7pm and finishes at 10pm. A map of the area will be provided. The entire cost of food and drink is included in the tour fee. We will meet at Jongno 3-ga Subway Station Exit 3 (Line 3 and Line 1). The cost of this tour is W80,000 ($72.00) per person. If paypal or bank transfer is not possible, other payment options can be arranged. Contact Daniel Gray to make your reservation.

Payment for the tour can be paid for via Korean Bank Transfer
Bank: 외환은행 KEB;Name: Daniel Gray; Account Number: 620-166405-828)
or through Paypal by clicking on the button below:

All tours can be scheduled for small and large private groups by request. Contact Daniel Gray for rates.  

*Disclaimer: The tour will have foods that have seafood and nuts. If you have any specific food allergies, please disclose that information. This tour is designed for tourists and those interested in learning the culture of Korea (as well as taste some exciting foods).*

We are a food communications company that specializes in Korean food. Our mission is to promote Korean food through culture.
264 Nonhyun-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea 02-3446-1607

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