Date(s) - 06/27/2016
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Tour description is below the booking form.
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Bookings are closed for this tour.
Have a REAL Korean Night Out
Out of all districts in Seoul, Mapo is the best known for Korean BBQ. We dine at the epicenter of Mapo-style barbecue for some charcoal grilled pork, aged kimchi, and raucous atmosphere. We will then head to the Jeon (Korean Pancake) Market for some cool photos and take our secret entrance into a traditional pub to chill for the evening.
So, to break it down
- Mapo-style pork BBQ
- Korean pancake market
- Korean pancakes and beverages at a traditional pub
Wear comfortable shoes and bring an ample appetite. The ticket price includes all food. It also includes alcoholic beverages (within reason). Non-alcoholic option is available.
Length of tour: approx. 2 1/2 hours
Type: Walking, eating
Food types for special diet consideration: pork, pancakes, alcohol, smoky environments (even though smoking technically isn’t allowed)
Suggested items: Comfortable walking shoes, umbrella (depends), camera
Start location: Gongdeok Station, exit 7 (lines 5, 6, AREX)
In the past, we have extended the tour to include other activities at guests’ request. We’re now making it available in the ticketing process.
IMPORTANT: We can only do one option per tour, so if you want a certain option, select it quickly.
Option 1: Karaoke
A night out with friends in Korea isn’t complete without renting a private room and belting out tunes. The fun parts of Korean karaoke (“noraebang”) are finding the most obscure songs in the catalog and trying to reach the highest score. No need to be a great singer–just a willingness to have a good time.
Option 2: Chicken & Beer
There are some classic old fashioned chicken “hofs” in the neighborhood. We finish the night at one of them, enjoying Korean-style friend chicken loaded down with pitchers of beer.
NOTE: Sometimes the chicken hofs close without notice. If we can’t find an alternative we will reimburse your ticket.
Jasmine has worked at the Korea Foundation, British Council, and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family spreading the word about Korea. Her specialty is organizing programs for the delegations from the world to help them understand Korean history, culture, and to build a network with locals. She loves to wander Seoul around looking for tasty restaurants, and share the secrets of Korean cuisine and its sub culture with people from all across the world.
IMPORTANT: Reservations made with fake emails or phone numbers will be rejected.DISCOUNT for groups of 3 or more. Choose the “Group Discount Ticket” below.*
Payment options (bookings approved after receipt of payment)
PayPal (in USD)
Deposit in Korean bank account (account number will be given) up to two days before tour
If you can only pay in cash please contact us before booking.
*If all but one in the group cancels the remaining ticket will lose the discount. Please refer to our cancellation policy.