Expat Special Cooking Class, November 20th Dakgalbi and Banchan

Here is the dakgalbi (Spicy Chicken Barbecue.)
Dear Seoul Eats Readers,

I am happy to announce that O'ngo Culinary School is offering weekend special classes for expats for only 55,000 won and 50,000 if you wire the money in advance. This weekend (November 20, 2010), O'ngo Culinary School is having a dakgalbi cooking class this Saturday at our studio in Insadong at 10am. We'll be making dakgalbi, bean sprout soup, and a vegetable side dish. We have 5 spots left for the class.

The cost of food and tour are included in the class. All classes are taught in English (not translated) by a Korean chef.

Also at 2pm, there will be a vegetarian thanksgiving celebration dinner party.

Come take a cooking class or take a Culinary Tour in Seoul! http://www.ongofood.com

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