Vegetarian Cooking Class: Tofu Gimbap

Category : Community Events / Education/Learning / Travel/Events
Period :   Nov 05, 2016 ~ Nov 05, 2016

On Saturday, November 5th, 10:00am-12:00pm, the Itaewon Global Village Center will hold a “Vegetarian Cooking Class: Tofu Gimbap.” Participants will experience Korean temple food which is Vegan and suitable to Halal standard. It is a unique opportunity for vegetarians to learn Korean food since there are not many cooking class for vegans in Korea.

 

The basic concept of Vegetarian food is well known as “Temple food” in Korea. Buddhist monk seeks to the way of living nature by eating foods in its natural state. For this reason, their cooking style is focused on how it can derive the original taste itself from the each natural ingredient.

 

The instructor for this session is Buddhist nun monk, and she may also discuss the Buddhist way of meditation and core of Buddhism. The venue of the class is Temple Food Culture Center near Anguk station (line 3). The participation fee is 5,000 won. You can sign up in person or by email only. Only foreigners can join this class.

 

Email: itaewongvc@yongsan.go.kr

 

 

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Seoul-si > Jung-gu

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