Hosted by Jeju Folk Village, this annual event sees traditional Jeju dishes being prepared from vegetables grown within the village. After viewing the preparation and cooking, visitors to the event are then invited to taste the food for free. The event will take place in a traditional thatched roof house. A different food item will be featured each day. Visitors can also participate in the preparation of the dishes, some of which include:

Jeju Bingtteok. Photo by Kim Tong-Seob

Jeju Bingtteok. Photo by Kim Tong-Seob

  • Bingtteok  (a traditional Jeju-style buckwheat pancake rolled with sliced radish).
  • Tofu. Made from boiled bean water.
  • Meju (a dried brick of fermented soybeans used to make Korean traditional soybean paste).

Date/time: Jan. 18 to 20 and Jan. 25 to 27. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Jeju Folk Village Museum. 40-1 Pyoseon-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo City.

Jan. 18. Pumpkin porridge
Jan. 19. Bingtteok
Jan. 20. Gireumtteok (Jeju traditional glutinous rice pancake).
Jan. 25. Tofu and Bbeongtuigi (puffed rice or corn).
Jan. 26. Meju
Jan. 27. Pumpkin porridge

Inquiries: 064-787-4501
Opening hours of the Jeju Folk Village: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Entrance fee: adults: 8,000 won, students: 5,500 won, children and seniors: 4,000 won.
Reservations are unnecessary.