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Located in Songgeum-ri, Namseong-hyeon, Cheongdo-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Wine Tunnel is famous for dates, family excursions, and trips with friends. Visitors can enjoy wine made with Cheongdo’s specialty product, bansi (persimmon), in the train tunnel to age wines. Part of the tunnel has been turned into a café, attracting many visitors who are excited to visit the wine tunnel.

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100, Songgeum-gil, Hwayang-eup, Cheongdo-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do 경상북도 청도군 화양읍 송금길 100

Operating Hours   Weekdays & National Holidays 09:30-20:00 Weekends 09:30-21:00 * The day of Seollal (Lunar New Year’s Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) opens at 13:00.

Admission Fees   Free route: From the entrance of the tunnel to the area of 230m Paid route: 230m onwards (after the free route) – 2,000 won

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All of that for 85,000 Won? Is it a year-round event? I hope I get a chance to go when I visit ^^

Hi Philipguy! Yes the wine train is a year-round event!

Hi - where do you book for this as it sounds awesome :)

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KOREA Wine Culture Tour 2024

A tour for culture lovers who love wine, or wine lovers who love culture and (rice) wine..

Why is this fascinating country still unknown to many?

Daniel Thomas Faller, a Swiss who has been living in South Korea for almost ten years, lives and loves the country. Over the past few years, he has discovered many a corner, met people who have touched his heart and tasted food and drinks that have challenged his taste buds time and time again.

His passion is contagious. On this tour , discover the diversity of rice wine and other spirits that embody the essence of traditional Korean culture. Explore the culinary cuisine and travel to the heart of a country that is still an insider’s tip .

Seoul, Gyeong ju, Busan – South Korea’s gastronomic hotspots .

You travel carefree in familiar company with the same background and standards. On this unparalleled journey, you will discover South Korea and its capital, Seoul , which has become the ultimate gourmet destination .

Culture on your plate and culture and tradition at every turn : in Seoul, for example, it’s not just the famous royal palaces that inspire; in the heart of the city, we brew and taste our own rice wine , the secret star of the young culinary scene.

30.OCT. – 11.NOV.2024

Tuesday – Friday

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  • Visit, and rice wine tasting at famous breweries in South Korea.
  • Classy dinner in Gangnam accompanied by exquisite sool pairing – sool, culture and good times.
  • Food workshop with a chef and visit to Jagalchi Fish Market in Busan, one of the most important fish markets in Asia.
  • Makgeolli – rice wine workshop  – make your own Makgeolli.
  • DMZ, the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea , with a former Swiss officer of the NNSC.
  • Bulguksa Temple and the royal tombs of the former Silla Empire – UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Sunset, Lotte World Tower , a breathtaking view of the city of Seoul from one of the tallest buildings in the world .

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Seoul – Welcome

Day 1: Wednesday, 30.10.2024

Welcome to seoul.

Begin your trip by exploring Seoul’s Bukchon district and one of the five magnificent royal palaces, Gyeongbokgung. In the evening, a warm welcome dinner of Dakgalbi accompanied by Korean rice wine, Soju, awaits us. A first, authentic introduction to the Korean drinking culture – 술 “SOOL” . Overnight stay in Seoul.

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Seoul – Reiswein filtrieren

Day 2: Thursday, 31.10.2024

Introduction to sool and makgeolli brewing.

After an introduction to the term “술 – Sool”, which refers to alcoholic drinks and spirits in Korea, you will brew your own makgeolli , a traditional rice wine, under expert guidance. A rice wine tasting is a must. And because so much of Korean food and culture has to do with fire and water, we will enjoy a Korean BBQ in the evening. Overnight in Seoul.

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Seoul – Reiswein Degustation

Day 3: Friday, 1.11.2024

Brewery visit, hangari production and bibimbap.

Today we visit the MIDAM brewery and stop at a hangari production facility for Korean clay pots, which are still used to ferment rice wine or kimchi. A unique clay pot also unfolds the rich flavors of hot stone pot bibimbap (돌솥 비빔밥) . Experience this colorful dish and be enchanted by the intense explosion of tastes. Overnight in Seoul.

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DMZ – Entmilitarisierte Zone

Day 4: Saturday, 2.11.2024

Dmz and tofu experience.

Today you will visit the Demilitarized Zone on the border to North Korea with your host Daniel Thomas Faller. Swiss and Swedish officers have been neutral observers in South Korea since 1953. Discover the historic DMZ region with a former Swiss officer and enjoy a tofu experience in a renowned soybean growing area. Overnight in Seoul.

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Ausflug nach Ulsan

Day 5: Sunday, 3.11.2024

Ktx to busan, visit boksoondoga brewery.

Travel by KTX to Busan in the morning, explore the city and visit the Boksoondoga Brewery in Ulsan . Spend the night at a stylish modern hotel with a magnificent view of the harbor, where the boats literally dock just feet from the hotel entrance. Overnight in Busan.

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Busan – Jagalshi Fischmarkt

Day 6: Monday, 4.11.2024

Seafood experience at jagalchi fish market and haedong yonggungsa temple.

Explore the Jagalchi Fish Market with THE chef, Hee-young. Buy fresh seafood and take part in a food workshop . Early risers can experience the unique temple by the sea, Haedong Yonggungsa, with a mystical sunrise – comfortably with our own minibus. Overnight stay in Busan.

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Busan – Seafood

Day 7: Tuesday, 5.11.2024

Culinary excursion and free time in busan.

Enjoy the day at leisure in Busan. Our hotel is a stone’s throw from some of the city’s most famous sights. Take a culinary excursion near your hotel – an outdoor seafood BBQ , or for vegetarians there is an “insider tip” not far from the hotel – the locally brewed beer or soju is of course a must. Overnight in Busan.

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Gyeongju – Hanokstay

Day 8: Wednesday, 6.11.2024

Ktx to gyeongju and royal tombs.

We begin the day with two impressive UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Bulguksa Temple , which represents the temple architecture of the ancient Silla Empire at its best, and explore the Royal Tombs with a local guide. Spend the night in a traditional Hanok house in Gyeongju.

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Seoul – Buddhistischer Tempel

Day 9: Thursday, 7.11.2024

Temples, royal cuisine and bar hopping.

Visit the Bongeunsa Korean Buddhist temple in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. Dine at Jihwaja, a superb traditional restaurant specializing in royal cuisine. In the evening, experience the unique ambiance of one of the top 50 bars in Asia – immerse yourself and judge for yourself how the young culinary scene and its artists literally enchant all your senses. Overnight in Seoul.

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Seoul – Streetfood Myeongdong

Day 10: Friday, 8.11.2024

Farewell dinner with sool pairing in gangnam.

You can explore the lively Myeong-dong district. In addition to the many typical shops, there are also the famous street vendors offering specialties such as chicken soup with ginseng, Korean dumplings (mandu), or you can go to Namdaemun Market, which is just a stone’s throw from your hotel. Enjoy a final top-notch dinner in Gangnam accompanied by an exquisite sool pairing – sool, culture and good times. Overnight in Seoul.

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Seoul – Auf Wiedersehen

Day 11: Saturday, 9.11.2024

Farewell to seoul.

The program ends in the morning in Seoul after a relaxed breakfast. Take home unforgettable memories of your cultural and culinary journey through South Korea.

Price per person

CHF 6’150 per person in a double room

Supplement single room CHF 1’740

Prices and program are subject to change!

Costs included

  • Private workshop and tour guide by Daniel Thomas Faller during the entire tour (from/to Seoul) in German and English
  • 9 nights in a middle-class hotel (basis double occupancy) i ncl. breakfast
  • 1 night in Hanok House ( double occupancy ) incl. breakfast
  • 6 dinners and 2 lunches
  • Transportation (partly by minibus) according to program
  • Subway and bus ticket for Seoul and Busan
  • KTX high-speed train Seoul - Gyeongju in 1st class
  • KTX high-speed train Gyeongju - Busan in 1st class
  • KTX high-speed train Busan - Seoul in 1st class
  • Exclusive private tour of the DMZ, demilitarized zone
  • Entrance fees according to program
  • Local experts as per program
  • Incl. taxes and tips

Not included

  • International flight to/from Seoul
  • Meals and all beverages
  • Cancellation and travel insurance
  • Personal expenses and tips

Additional Information

  • The tour starts and ends in Seoul. We can help you with flight bookings to and from Seoul.
  • Citizens of EU and Schengen countries can enter the Republic of Korea (South Korea) visa-free , short-term stays (less than 90 days and no gainful employment) are possible without a visa. However, all visa-free entrants must apply for an “electronic travel authorization” ( K-ETA: Korea Electronic Travel Authorization) online via the K-ETA website or app at least 24 hours prior to departure . Further information is provided by the K-ETA website or the relevant South Korean mission abroad.
  • Time difference: CET summer +7 hours, winter +8 hours.
  • Best travel times: April-June and September-November. The summer months are very warm and humid. South Korea can be easily traveled throughout the year.
  • Fun facts: Population: 50.4 million / Area: 2.5 times that of Switzerland / Capital: Seoul / Language: Korean. English is not widely spoken outside the major cities.
  • The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 12 people . The trip takes place with a minimum of 8 participants .

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Wine Wine & More Wine On The Korean Wine Train

This past weekend, a few friends and I decided to hitch a ride on the slow train from Seoul to Yeongdong in Chungcheonbuk-do aboard the wine train. A wine train in Korea? Yes, and it’s brilliant. I love train rides and I love wine so there’s really no better combination. Jump aboard to be whisked away for a fun day. Depart from Seoul Train Station in central Seoul and take a leisurely ride enjoying the views while you sip wine, eat a small plate of appetizers and learn about Korean wine… or just drink it.

The experience is pretty unique in Korea and definitely something different to do. Whether you’re looking for a fun Korean train tour or a Korean winery experience, this would hit the mark. Here’s why you should book your journey on the wine train now!

Chateau Miso Winery, Chungcheongbuk-do, Korea

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How To Book Tickets On The Wine Train

Advance reservation is required.

Website: http://winekorea.kr/

Reservation Inquiries: 043-744-3211 / [email protected]

Operating Hours: Tue-Sat 9:00am ~ 6:00pm

If You Like Wine Tours: Another tour that Trazy has takes visitors to the Gwangmyeong Caves, which have an impressive light installation, and then to the Grand Coteau Winery on Daebudo Island. This would be another awesome option if you want a unique wine experience here in Korea. Click here to find more information about this wine tour.

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Itinerary For The Wine Train

This is an updated itinerary as of 2020 and is not what I did when I first went, but, I’ve updated info for the new stops below so you know what to expect. The main stop is still Mani Winery which is where I did go. Here is the itinerary for the Korean wine train:

  • Seoul Station to Yeongdong Station
  • Yeongdong Station to Wine Korea Winery
  • Wine Korea to Nangye Korean Classical Music Museum
  • Walk to Okgye Falls and Cheongogak
  • Okgye Falls to Yeongdong Station
  • Yeongdong Station to Seoul Station

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What To Expect On The Wine Train

Arrive at Seoul Station near the popular Seoullo 7017 walkway and check in at the third floor reception rooms. Ask at the information desk in the central terminal if you want to get directions to the rooms and are unsure of where to go.

Our Korean leader rushed us on to the train and pointed us to our seats. The windows were adorned with gold curtains hanging down. The seats were covered in red patterned velvet. The walls were painted in lavish decoration and wood paneling half way down. It felt like gaudy posh, something you’d expect to see the Siberian railways of past adorned with. Of course, we nestled right in and wondered what would come next, as if the decorations themselves weren’t enough. They totally were, but oh we were ready for adventure.

Korean Wine Train

Our dear leader brought out sticky coasters so nothing could slide away and presented us with a dish of goodies: crackers, oranges and of course the Korean delight, singles slices of cheese. A speaker came in and announced that we would be enjoying four different kinds of wine with our breakfast and we were to sip each and then upon completion decide which one we liked so that we could enjoy a full glass later.

There were three reds and one white and as would be expected in Korea, or as I had expected, the red was not what you’d expect. Korean wine is usually sweeter more similar to the bokbunja that is made from the mountain berries of Korea. If you like sweet wine, you’ll love the tour, but if not, opt for the white which is a bit easier to drink. I opted for the white as did my friends.

Wine and conversation and two hours later we had arrived at the city of Yeongdong, Korea.

Korean Wine Train

Yeongdong is a nice little city with persimmon trees lining the road. We learned that this is the only city in Korea where anyone can just walk up and pick the fruit and take it home. Apparently in the rest of Korea someone owns each tree so only those people have access to the fruit of their own tree. A short bus ride later we found ourselves at Chateau Mani Winery where we were invited to enjoy food inside.

We were a little concerned to read the sign, “Wine and Slow Food” while entering. If it was really that slow it might put a damper on the day, but having learned what “Slow Food” and “Slow Cities” are now, I get it. We supped on a buffet of good eats including smoked duck and salads and some Korean favorites too that were all washed down with even more wine.

Korean Wine Train

After lunch, we were ushered across the parking lot to another building where we sat through something that seemed akin to an infomercial, but as it was all in Korean there’s no way to be sure. At one point the speaker did seem to notice that all of the people on the left side of the room were Koreans, and unbeknownst to us, all of the people on the right were foreigners, including a group of Japanese tourists we hadn’t yet noticed.

After the speaking concluded we were ushered up to make bath soap. We had questioned how this had anything to do with wine only to find out after we had made our balls of soap they sprayed them with some wine. Ah, of course, there is a connection here. As I’ve often found on tours in Korea, it doesn’t all go together as one would expect but if you go in with an open mind and are ready to have some fun, well there will certainly be fun that can be had.

Korean Wine Train

They then handed us towels and bath slippers and we took off our shoes and socks and rolled up our pants to enjoy a little wine foot bath.

With the older women, ajummas, surrounding in the other baths gasping and oohing and aahing in delight there was no way not to enjoy this random experience in a winery. The wine was just hot enough to be soothing and not too hot to be scalded. We sat with 10 people dangling their feet in this wine trying to have a conversation with the two Koreans that ended up in a bath with eight foreigners.

After the bath was finished and we lotioned up our feet and legs we were taken to see the actual winery and wine caves as they say. They were dark and dank and what you would expect from a wine cellar that’s been hidden away for years, even though this one hasn’t been. Upon seeing them and reflecting I was pretty happy there was a wine foot bath and bathing soap ball party beforehand because the cellars definitely wouldn’t have been a highlight.

Korean Wine Train

After finishing up, just to be a little healthy, they took us to a section of the city famous for its ginseng, the Geumsan Ginseng Town. There is an entire street with ginseng shops; ginseng for eating, ginseng for smelling, friend ginseng, ginseng rice wine, ginseng, ginseng, ginseng of all sizes. I don’t know how anyone makes money because it looked like 30 of the same shop with different owners lining the street.

Apparently letting us have a break from the wine and be a bit healthy they handed us ginseng makkoli, or ginseng rice wine and fried ginseng as an afternoon snack. We were taught to make ginseng sachets to hang in our house, though to be honest the smell of ginseng is not that attractive. The ginseng making teacher explicitly said NOT to use this particular ginseng in tea or anything else to be eaten, it is only for smelling and then she sent us on our way.

As of 2020, the updated itinerary doesn’t seem to include a stop in Geumsan Ginseng Town anymore but instead visitors are taken to the Nangye Korean Traditional Museum where you can see the largest drum in the world which has a Guinness World Record and then you get a crash course in playing two types of drums including the “janggu” or hourglass drum and the “buk” or barrel drum.

Nangye Korean Traditional Museum

Back to the train at 7 and everyone was feeling the day of wine. It would have been a good point to take a nap but our fearless leaders gave us a platter of mini sandwiches, kimbob, fruit and nuts and said it was all you can drink time and the wine just kept flowing.

The ajummas were in the aisles dancing and singing with the guitarist they had hired to ride back with us. It was back and forth between English Frank Sinatra and Elton John renditions to Korean pop music which the women really enjoyed the most. We arrived back in Seoul at 8:00 and having ingested wine for just about 10 hours straight hit the sheets for some much needed rest. All in all it’s definitely an event that should be taken advantage of in Korea.

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Wine Wine & More Wine On The Korean Wine Train: Take the scenic Korean wine train from Seoul out to a countryside winery and enjoy wine along the way as well as a buffet meal. Soak your feet in a wine foot spa and more on this awesome adventure on a train in Korea. Looking for a fun birthday idea in Seoul or just something different to do? Try this.

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Heading to Seoul in May. You know if the wine train is still running? I’d love to check it out.

It will be running. Their site isn’t in English unfortunately, but there’s a number for tourists to use on this site that can help you out:

http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/ATR/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=1065096

I hope you have a great trip while you’re here.

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Discover Enthralling Wine Tasting Tours in Korea

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If you’re short on time, “The Grape Escape” is a great option for a day trip. This tour takes you to some of the best wineries in Korea, allowing you to sample a variety of wines and learn about the winemaking process from industry experts.

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Guided wine tours in Korea offer an enriching experience that caters to all levels of wine appreciation. Whether you’re a seasoned wine connoisseur or a curious novice, these tours are designed to educate and engage.

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Guided wine tours in Korea are perfect for travelers looking to discover the country’s diverse heritage. You’ll experience a harmonious blend of ancient customs and new ways of life that Korea has to offer.

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Looking for the ultimate wine tasting trip in Korea? Look no further than our expertly crafted wine tasting itineraries that showcase the best of Korea’s wine regions. Our tours are designed to cater to all levels of wine appreciation, whether you’re a novice or a wine enthusiast.

Our wine tasting trips in Korea are thoughtfully planned, taking you on a journey through stunning vineyards and charming towns while indulging in exquisite Korean wines. Our itineraries include a mix of wine tasting experiences, cultural activities, and culinary delights that will leave you with unforgettable memories.

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Day 1: Start your trip in Seoul and head to the picturesque town of Gapyeong, where you’ll visit famous wineries like  Château Mani  and  Star Hill Winery . Savor the flavors of Korean wines while enjoying the stunning views of the countryside.

Day 2: Continue your wine tour at  Damyang Wine Theme Park , where you’ll learn about the history and traditions of Korean wines. Take a stroll through the vineyards and witness the winemaking process firsthand.

Day 3: Visit the historic city of Gyeongju, known for its rich cultural heritage. Explore historic landmarks like  Bulguksa Temple  and indulge in authentic Korean cuisine while sipping on delicious Korean wines.

Day 4: Explore the beautiful countryside of Jeju Island and visit the renowned  Jeju Winery . Sample a variety of wines while taking in the breathtaking views of the island.

Day 5: End your wine tour in Busan, where you’ll enjoy a wine tasting experience at the  Korea Wine Club . Learn about the latest trends in Korean wines and take home a bottle of your favorite vintage.

With our expertly crafted wine tasting itineraries, you’ll get to experience the best of Korea’s wine regions while indulging in exquisite Korean wines. Book your wine tour today and let us take you on a journey you’ll never forget!

In conclusion, a wine tasting tour in Korea is an eye-opening opportunity to experience the best of Korean wines. With its long history, rich cultural heritage, and picturesque vineyards, Korea’s wine country offers an unparalleled wine tasting experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

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From the best wine tours in Korea to guided wine tours that take you through the stunning landscapes and vineyards, these tours are crafted to cater to all wine enthusiasts, from novices to experts. Experience a diverse range of Korean wines, indulge in authentic cuisine, and immerse yourself in the rich culture of Korea.

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So why wait? Plan your trip today and explore Korea’s wine country. With expertly crafted wine tasting itineraries, you can be sure to make the most of your trip and indulge in a unique blend of exquisite wines, lush vineyards, and cultural experiences.

Are the wine tasting tours in Korea suitable for beginners?

Absolutely! The wine tasting tours in Korea cater to all levels of wine appreciation, from beginners to enthusiasts. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about different wines and their flavors, making it a great experience for anyone interested in wine.

Can children join the wine tasting tours in Korea?

Unfortunately, most wine tasting tours in Korea are restricted to adults due to the nature of the activity. However, there may be alternative options available for families, such as vineyard tours or non-alcoholic tasting experiences.

Are the wine tasting tours conducted in English?

Many wine tasting tours in Korea offer English-speaking guides or translators to ensure that international visitors can fully enjoy the experience. However, it’s always a good idea to check with the tour operator beforehand to confirm the availability of English language services.

Can I purchase wines during the wine tasting tours?

Yes, most wine tasting tours in Korea provide an opportunity to purchase wines directly from the vineyards or wineries. You’ll have the chance to bring home your favorite bottles and savor the memories of your wine tour.

What is the best time of year to go on a wine tasting tour in Korea?

The best time to go on a wine tasting tour in Korea is during the spring or autumn seasons. The weather is pleasant, and you’ll get to admire the beauty of the vineyards in full bloom or adorned with vibrant fall foliage.

Do the wine tasting tours in Korea include transportation?

The inclusion of transportation varies depending on the specific tour package. Some tours may provide transportation from designated meeting points, while others may require you to arrange your own transportation to the starting point. It’s important to check the tour details for specific information.

Can I customize my wine tasting tour itinerary?

Depending on the tour operator, customization options may be available. Some wine tasting tours in Korea offer the flexibility to tailor the itinerary to your preferences, allowing you to focus on specific vineyards or types of wines. Be sure to inquire about customization options when booking your tour.

Are there vegetarian or vegan options available during the wine tasting tours?

While the main focus of the wine tasting tours is wine, many tour operators in Korea are mindful of dietary restrictions and can provide vegetarian or vegan options. It’s recommended to inform the tour operator in advance so they can make the necessary arrangements.

What should I wear for a wine tasting tour in Korea?

Dress comfortably and casually for a wine tasting tour in Korea. Opt for layers, as the weather can change throughout the day. Comfortable shoes are recommended as you may be walking through vineyards or wineries during the tour.

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At Virginialicious, our mission is to tantalize taste buds with our curated culinary experiences while simultaneously nourishing the community we serve. We believe in the power of food to bring people together, create lasting memories, and celebrate the diverse flavors of the region. We strongly believe in a sense of community service – in fact, that was one of our inspirations to start our food tour, as a way to help local restaurants connect with more people. In the same spirit, we will donate a portion of all food tour profits to nonprofit food banks and food rescue organizations. …

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Had an absolutely incredible time with Mina on our tour! All the food was incredible, her knowledge and candor are unmatched. I already told all my friends I would go with them again. I've lived 10 minutes from Annandale for 10 years and never knew where to start with all the Korean food options. Truly so enjoyable and a lovely way to spend a Saturday! Bravo Mina, keep up the great work!

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Wow.. I had an absolute blast on this tour! I've had Korean bbq and some other Korean food here and there before, but Mina seriously brought the vibes with some unique finds (all local family owned restaurants-- major plus) and awesome stories (she is legit and have actually lived in Korea and is so knowledgeable!!) The food (and drinks ) they chose were so delicious. I left FULL!!! Though of course I wanted to eat more, the options were so plentiful that I had to pace myself I'd definitely recommend this tour to anyone who is new to Korean food, or familiar with it but want to hear some context from a fun friend!!

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Wow! Buckle up for a great time with Mina. Her team organized an exceptional 3 hour extravaganza with lots of small surprises (I won't spoil them) and an exceptional experience. First off: why you should trust my review: I've eaten in Korean restaurants all over NYC and LA, been to Korea twice, eaten Korean food all over Europe and even tried my hand at cooking Korean food at home (so lots of learning by doing and eating!). Despite my having some familiarity with Korean food, Mina surprised with an amazing 3 hours, filled with all sorts of cultural and linguistic details. If you love Korean food and don't know where to go amidst the numerous nondescript restaurants in Annandale, this is why you need to sign up for a tour. Why waste your time trying out restaurants and wasting your time/money! (This is why I hadn't eaten out in Annandale...I didn't have expert advice on where to go). What was super impressive about the tour was that she didn't go for the "low hanging fruit" in Korean food - so you won' t be lectured to (or exposed to) Korean BBQ (nor should you be, it's easy going!). Instead, she explored off the beaten path dishes and organized super experiences at each restaurant (but not too exotic...no beef tripe!). The tour is a walking tour, but don't sweat it....all the stops were within a 5 minute (ie., 1-2 suburban block) radius. Initially, I was skeptical about this concept because prior overseas experiences with these types of tours led me to expect a small plate or bowl of food. But when I heard about the 5 (!) stops over 3 hours, I was intrigued. Even if the bites were small...we'd stop 5 times! But the bites were not small...not in the least. Fast for 24 hours before arriving. I left feeling as if I had encountered a Korean Thanksgiving equivalent. Onto details, without giving too much away: The best part of the tour was not the food, it was Mina! If you are lucky enough to have her on your tour, you will be met with enthusiasm about Korean culture, food culture, eating, Korean language and the Korean diaspora in Annandale. She was a font of knowledge and strategically deployed a tablet for helpful background info (but didn't overwhelm you with soporific lecturing)! She did a great job engaging with a somewhat reserved crowd on our tour. (Maybe we weren't reserved, but rather enjoying the food!) Bring a notebook, jot down the names of favorite dishes and restaurants. Korean food can be intimidating and often time servers can be cold to non-Koreans....this is why this tour will introduce you to a lot, over a short period of time. Mina also pointed out restaurants and bakeries where we didn't stop, which was nice. A highlight was where she arranged for the chef of a Korean fusion restaurant to come out and talk about the complex-flavored dish he prepared (and no, this is not the crapola Korean fusion tacos where Korean and Mexican food is haphazardly thrown together, think intricate muti-level flavors that tasted as if the saucier went deep, deep into his/her job). Absolutely great value for money. In so many ways, Mina went above and beyond - she offered to stay in touch and welcomed tour participants to drop her a line with questions about restaurants and/or recipes. I'm intrigued by her plans for a trip to Korea (a multi-day food tour). This is the best tour I've taken and it demystified Annandale's Korean restaurants. For experts and novices alike, this is where you need to spend 3 hours and few bucks. The tour was so good I'm talking to friends and looking forward to joining in again! Full disclosure: I am neither Mina's friend nor relative; I was not compensated for this review.

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This food tour was amazing! I've lived just a few miles from Annandale for almost 10 years, but have always been too intimidated and too overwhelmed by the number of Korean restaurants and food options. The tour with Mina included local, family owned restaurants with delicious foods and warm atmospheres. She weaved both Korean history and her own personal experiences throughout the tour which I really appreciated. I learned so much and will be going back to the places we visited with friends and family. Thank you again!

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What a fantastic Korean food adventure today! My husband and I joined Mina and some other very fun foodies on the Korea-town tour in Annandale. Booking was easy and we were so impressed with the variety and quality of the food offerings at each restaurant we visited. We will go back to eat at each and everyone one of them. Loved getting the side story and origins of the various foods too. Portions were generous and we were definitely fully satisfied at the end. I plan to do this tour again with a group of my friends who I know will love it too. Thanks again for the very fun and very filling afternoon Mina!

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