Area: Seoul | Korea
Price: About 700 hkd per person. This includes drinks (alcoholic beverage or soft drinks) and dinner.
Reservations: You have to make a reservation if you want to join the food night. Book online through their booking system: click here.
Experience: One of the most fun things we did during our stay in Seoul was the food tour through Jongno-gu (gu means district). We booked the tour with Seoulhunters, a small company which started in 2018. Heyjin was our guide and took us through backstreets to the Korean restaurants. The tour is the most fun when you don’t know anything about Korean food, you’ll try the most basic Korean dishes. It was really fun to see what the Korean kitchen has to offer.
Itinerary: The tour starts at 7 p.m. in front of Jongno-3-ga station (exit 6). You’ll meet your guide and the rest of the foodies over there, and your guide will take you to the first restaurant. After one hour of Korean BBQ you’ll go to the next restaurant where you will try toppoki and fried rice toppoki. Again, after one hour you’ll walk to the last restaurant where you’ll eat Korean pancakes. The tour stays in the Jongno district and walking to the restaurants takes about 10 minutes. (The itinerary can change, due to the choices of the group or the guide).
Address: Seoulhunters, firstname.lastname@example.org.