The Traditional Korean Food Experince Center is dedicated to preserving, passing down, and developing Korean food culture, offering a number of experience programs on traditional food.
Visitors can also lodge at a hanok,or traditional Korean houses. Day programs change by the month, overnight experience programs available.
All the dishes are made of organic vegetables grown by the staff. And the center does not use any chemical/artificial ingredients whatsoever. The traditional houses are furnished with classic Korean furniture.
In particular, there are over 500 jars containing fermented pastes and sauces. The center also has a tracitional ice cooler for storing salted fish. Visitors staying at a traditonal house are given free organic tomatoes in spring and autumn, and oven roasted potatoes in winter.
A wide variety of fermented pastes and sauces such as gochujang(red pepper paste) and doenjang(bean paste) will be sold from November 2009.