• 최종편집 2024-06-30(일)
 
  • Summer season menu with the royal fine dining available from June 18 (Tue) to August 31 (Sat)
Korea House summer Jeongsik menu
Korea House, run by the Korea Heritage Agency under its Chairman Choi Young-chang, presents new summer season menu.

Located in Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea House originally served as a venue for receiving VIP guests and heads of state to introduce traditional Korean life to domestic and foreign dignitaries. It is radiating serene “Korean beauty” in central Seoul since 1981.

As a traditional cultural complex, Korea House offers Korean traditional cuisine (Korean fine dining and traditional refreshments), hosts weddings, and presents Korean traditional art performances, all contributing to its growing popularity. Known for a filming location for a BTS magazine cover, it has become one of the most favored spots for K-dramas and attracted foreign tourists eager to experience authentic Korean culture.

Its Korean fine dining presents innovative dishes using seasonal ingredients inspired by court cuisine. Under the guidance of a culinary advisor Cho Hee-sook, renowned as the godmother of Korean food and Asia’s Best Female Chef Award winner in 2020 with Kim Do-seop, certified trainee of national intangible cultural heritage ‘royal cuisine’ and head of the Korean Food Research Team at the Korea Heritage Agency, Korea House is committed to preserving and promoting Korean culinary traditions.

This summer, Korea House offers “Royal Healthy Dishes,” made with the finest ingredients such as croaker, abalone, and beef.

Its signature dinner course “Korea House Jeongsik (Dinner)” includes 11 Korean dishes from appetizers to main courses to desserts. Appetizers feature braised butterbur with seafood, deep-fried eggplant with soy sauce, stuffed summer squash with shrimp and lotus roots, and noodles in cold bean soup. The main dishes consist of cold sliced abalone with spicy sauce, steamed stuffed bamboo shoots, grilled croaker, royal hot pot, and grilled braised beef, complemented by a set of chicken soup with ginseng.

Aside from the fine dining menu, Korea House also prepares “Kohojae”, a dessert set, which comprises a variety of traditional Korean deserts and tea. Kohojae has sold out early every season since its launch in 2020. It is appealing to the younger generation and women seeking a tranquil tea experience in a hanok setting. Some visitors even come dressed in Korean traditional clothing hanbok to take photos of memorable moments.

Korea House will remain dedicated to promoting the excellence of Korean traditional food culture along with the royal cuisine.

For reservations, search “Korea House” on CatchTable Global (www.catchtable.net), or contact by phone (+82-2-2266-9101~3) or email (khre@kh.or.kr). Follow Korea House on Instagram (@koreahouse_official) for updates.

About The Korea Heritage Agency

The Korea Heritage Agency (KHA) was established pursuant to Article 32 of the Framework Act on National Heritage. It is a specialized institution operating under the Korea Heritage Service with the aim of transmitting, sharing, and utilizing national heritage. We carry out a wide range of activities, including cultural heritage projects that highlight the royal palaces and tombs; performances, exhibitions, and experience programs for the transmission and dissemination of intangible cultural heritage; content utilization and promotion; dissemination of traditional household culture, such as food, wedding rituals and customs, and related products; excavation surveys of buried heritage; and international cooperation and support. We will strive to publicize the value of national heritage and foster its appreciation through proper transmission and creative utilization so that all citizens can enjoy it.

언론연락처: The Korea Heritage Agency Ahn In-young +82-2-3011-2602

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