A place where about 2,000 earthenware pots are neatly placed among mossy stone walls, jangseung sotdae, and pine trees that have lived for a long time.
We invite world-class star chefs to introduce the taste of Korea in a quiet atmosphere that feels as if the breath of our ancestors is over a hundred years old.
At the Korean Cooking Museum, you can take a look at the 100-year history of Korean cooking, from the time of Emperor Gojong.
It will be a meaningful time to show the wisdom of our ancestors and discuss the present and future of Korean food.
Place: Seoil Farm
Date/Time: June 13, 2018