The main gate to Changdeokgung, dating from 1608, is the largest such entrance among Seoul's four main palaces. Turn right and you'll...
Arario Museum in SPACE
Korean business magnate and contemporary-art collector Kam Chang-il has found the perfect home for jewels from his collection at this...
Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum
For those interested in the local sweet culture, this two-room museum at the Institute of Traditional Korean Food offers displays of...
Along with sibling operation Brew 3.15 across the road, Brew 3.14 has carved a name for itself with its great selection of local craft...
Jilsiru Tteok Café
At this cafe on the ground floor of the Institute of Traditional Korean Food, you can choose from soft, delicately flavoured handmade...
19 Yulgok-ro 10-gil, Jongno-gu · interesting places nearby
Yoo’s Family information
Housed in a hanok (traditional Korean one-storey wooden house with a tiled roof), Yoo’s Family offer a variety of courses including learning how to make kimchi. You can also practice the tea ceremony, make prints from carved wooden blocks and dress up in hanbok . A minimum of two people is required.