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Korean Cook Book/Classes
In Seoul there are several cooking schools where you can learn how to prepare Korean dishes. Below some useful links:
They have two cooking classes daily from 10.30-13.30 and 17.00-20.00 (group over 5 persons) except Wednessday. After the morning class lunch will be served and after the evening class diner. The morning class will be about making Kimchi and the evening class is about making Kimchi or Korean Calligraphy upon request. Reservation necessary through their website (English/Japanese/Korean) or by phone 02-562 6829.
Foreign visitors can enjoy participating in and experiencing Korean Culture with the Yoo Family in their traditional Korean house. The Yoo Family has several programms to keep you busy. You can experience Korean Culture to the max with their A course, including making Kimchi and wearing Korean clothes as well as folk games and a meal. Reservations can be made by phone 02-722 8543 or through their website.
Han Jeong Hye Cooking Institute
This cooking institute has 5 different classes and they can handle large groups (up to 100+ persons). Reservation in advance is necessary but for travellers they are willing to make exeptions. They offer kimchi, ginseng tea, rice cake and a cookery book. If you follow the kimchi course you are allowed to take the result home. For reservations call 02-7423567 or fax 02-7660737. E-mail: email@example.com
Cook Books on Korean Food
A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes by Chang Sun-Young
Translated in English by Kim Miza
Published by EWHA Womans University Press
ISBN 89-73000-299-6 23590
Price 12.000 KRW
This is a very nice cook book. The style in which it is written is easy to read, as if your mother tells you how to prepare some kind of food. A lot of extra notes with experiences, another way of preparing or a warning "not to do" something. The recipes are divided in chapters like soup, rice, broiled food, pan-fried food etc. Also an explanation is written for every chapter why some food should be served and when. The book gives you a lot of information about the Korean Cooking Culture but tells you also something about the author, a progressive and emancipated person. (written by Christina, 21/06/05)
Traditional Korean Cooking by Noh Chin-hwa.
Published by Hollym Corporation; Publishers.
The book focusses on snacks and basic side dishes in a traditional way. I bought this book because I wanted to learn more about the beautiful Nine-Section Dish. Of course you also will find recipies for making Kim Chi and Rice Cake in it. It is written in English and has a nice glossary on the last pages about all kinds of Korean ingredients. It also contains some information on the Korean diet and table setting as well preparation tips.
(written by Christina, 02/06/05)