O’ngo Food Tours provide a few of the most popular food tours in Seoul and their Korean Cooking School is one savory experience to enjoy when traveling to Seoul, Korea. In fact as per tripadvisor.com.au traveler comments, O’ngo Food Tours and the Korean Cooking School is the number one thing to do when in Seoul.
Food is a major component of the Korean culture. So popular is Korean food among travelers that a majority of travelers admit it to be their primary inspiration to visit Korea. This was revealed in an interesting survey conducted a few years ago at the Incheon International Airport among travelers leaving the country.
O’ngo Food Tours is the best way to experience an integral part of the Korean culture. Whether you’re interested to try out the local cuisine, savor the taste of local gourmet dishes, try your hand at cooking popular Korean delicacies or simply dig into the many different types of street foods available, O’ngo Food Tours and the Korean Cooking School is the best place to knock.
Thanks to TripAdvisor, O’ngo Food Tours and Korean Cooking School has become the number one tour to enjoy when in Seoul, beating 23 other popular tours. Travelers can choose to enjoy their tours either in a small group or privately. Private tours are often preferred as it provides travelers a better chance to absorb the local flavors and tastes that make Korea a special destination.
One of the most popular of all O’ngo Food Tours is the four hour long Night Dining tour. It takes the traveler through the streets of Seoul savoring the many types of street foods that are on offer. At approximately A$88 per person, this is the best way to get started in your Korean food sojourn. If the four hour trip is a little too long for you, then try the 2.5 hour Insa-dong tour that offers a day time trip of local eateries and street food shops. Taste Korean delicacies such as spicy rice cake, Korean BBQ and savory pancakes.
The Fish Market Tour takes you to the famous Noryangin fish market, which is the largest wholesale fish market in the whole of Seoul. Here you get to check the many types of fresh catch from the sea and even get to pick your fish for a delicious meal later at a restaurant. For the really ardent foodies, there are also special trips to Chuncheon, Jeonju and Jeju Island which are some of the other major food destinations in Korea.
If your love of Korean food finally gets the better of you, then the next logical stop is the O’ngo Korean Cooking School in Seoul. This joint is located in Insa-Dong and is considered as one of the best places where you can savor fine Korean food and experience a melting pot of Korean culture. What better place to join a beginner’s class in Korean culinary art for only A$65 for a minimum of two people? If you want a bit more privacy then join a private class for only A$80. For the latent master chef in you, there is also an intermediary class.