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|Subject||Vegan Cooking Class: Yubu Boseot Jeorim|
On Thursday, December 21st, 10:30am-12:00pm, the Itaewon Global Village Center will hold a “Temple food making class: Yubu Boseot Jeorim (Tofu Pockets with Mushroom filling)” The class will give participants an opportunity to learn the natural and healthy Korean temple food.
Temple food refers to the food eaten daily at Buddhist temples. At Buddhist temples, everything is considered a part of practice. From growing vegetables to preparing the food, monks and nuns are directly involved in the whole process.
Monastic practitioners make it a point to always be grateful for the efforts of all those involved in the preparation of food.
This class is a great way to learn more about Korean temple food, Buddhism lifestyle and of course, learn how to cook simple Korean vegan dishes.
The participation fee for this class is 10,000won. We will be making “Yubu Boseot Jeorim”. Yubu is triangular (or squared)-shaped pockets made up of deep-fried tofu. Boseot is the Korean word for mushroom. And Jeorim is to boil food in soy sauce until the sauce thickens.
The venue of this event will be near Anguk Station. Specific details will be emailed to you once you have made your payment. You can sign up in person or by email only.
(Only Foreigners can join this program.)