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Top Culinary Schools In South Korea

People worldwide have been eating Korean food and loving its unique tastes and ingredients for the past few years. South Korea is a popular place to visit, and you can go there any time of the year. Without a food tour, a trip to South Korea is incomplete. Foreigners, as well as Koreans alike, love the tasty food here in Korea. If a Korean person wanted to open a restaurant, they would like to know how to make real Korean food. Both of them can choose from good cooking schools in South Korea.

Here are the best cooking schools in Korea:

  1. I Love Hansik
    I Love Hansik Co., Ltd. is a tourist venture company set up to teach people about Korean food culture and grow Korean food tourism. Experts from Korea, Japan, and China offer practical learning services in foreign languages linking Korean food and tourism, Korean cooking experience, Korean food tourism experience, information on kimchi classes, local Korean food cooking classes, chef training, and online cooking class.
  2. Busan Cooking Class
    Busan is the seafood capital of Korea, and Busan Cooking Class lets you experience authentic local food taste. The students can learn here about the basic food culture of Busan and can prepare a full Korean meal under the guidance of an experienced local chef. This meal would be accompanied by the famous local rice wine and finish with a local tea ceremony. They can share with you the recipes you learned in the class for future reference.
  3. The Le Cordon Bleu-Sookmyung Academy
    Le Cordon Bleu-Sookmyung Academy in Seoul is LCB’s first foreign partnership in a place where it didn’t exist before. The Le Cordon Bleu program is held at Sookmyung Women’s College. Every part of the Academy shows how much it cares about preparing and teaching the next generation of Korean master chefs. The prestigious school promotes the long-lasting classical French cooking style and other major foreign cuisines. At the same time, it offers a rigorous program in hospitality management. On the site in Seoul, you can get a degree in Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, or Hospitality Management.
  4. OME Cooking Lab
    There are delicious recipes from the OME Korean cooking workshop for Koreans and tourists from other countries. People can enjoy the largest market for local ingredients and traditional Korean food. Let’s go there to buy food and then cook together. Let’s make some tasty Korean food! It has been awarded the 2019 Seoul Tourism Grand Prize (Online Contents for Tourism) and Grand Prize for the Best Korean Food Tourism Programme (KFPI).
  5. Seoul Cooking Academy
    Seoul Culinary Academy, or Seoul Cooking Academy, has been running with the motto ‘Do your best to be the best’ since its inception. It has come a long way and teaches not only Korean but also Western, Chinese, Japanese, and Blowfish Confectionery and Baking Technician along with Coffee Barista Levels 1 and 2. This Academy focuses on student satisfaction which is its supreme quality.

If you want to learn more about Korean food, going to a cooking school in Korea is a great way. Over the years, Korean food has become very famous and is now thought to be one of the healthiest and tastiest foods in the world.


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