Korean Cooking Class Details:

  • Price: $100 per person (for 2+)
    or $115 if only one person

  • Duration: approx. 4-5 hours

  • Always private classes

  • Available every day of the week (incl. Korean holidays)

  • Starts at 2pm

  • Offered in English

  • Meeting point: Angel in-us (coffee shop) 135 Dongjak daero Sadang dong
    Isu/Chongshin Univ stop (Metro Line 4), Exit Gate 14


  • Start in a traditional Korean food market to shop for our ingredients

  • Continued by a cooking class at my cooking studio

  • You will learn to make 4-5 Korean dishes like bulgogi, japche, tofu salad, seafood pajeon

Not Included:

  • Gratuities (optional)

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off


Have more questions?
E-mail me: hello@janetscookingstudio.com


Private Cooking Class and Market Food Tour

I've been cooking my whole life. Most of my recipes were passed down from my Mother while others were learned at the Natural Gourmet Institute for Culinary Arts School in New York City. I've been combining these two styles of cooking the past five years to cook delicious and flavorful Korean food that is also healthy. So it is with great pleasure that I invite you to join me in the kitchen. I will show you how to cook some of my favorite dishes, and provide tips and recipes along the way so you can enjoy it again at home.

The Tour
We will start with a tour of Namseong market to pick up ingredients for our meal. Also happens to be the neighborhood I grew up in. Then with our appetites growing, we'll continue on to my cooking studio where we'll prepare and cook several Korean classics such as bulgogi, japche, tofu salad, and seafood pajeon.


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About Your Guide

cooking at the un food festival

cooking at the un food festival

As a Seoul-native, Janet spent much of her childhood watching and aiding her mother and aunts prepare traditional dishes and cherished family recipes, the very memories that anchored her love for Korean cuisine.
Janet moved to the United States in her her early twenties, committing thirty years to promoting Korean cuisine and further perfecting her culinary expertise. She worked with world-wide organizations including the UN to promote Korean food and culture and attended the Natural Gourmet Institute For Health and Culinary Arts in New York City in 2005.
Janet returned to Seoul in 2011 to open a cooking studio and food tour company with the mission to help visitors from all over the world explore the best flavors of the city and local hot-spots.