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Traditional food in Chunchun

You can try traditional food in Chunchun and experience how to make the food. But taste is better... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
YoohyunL2
via mobile
Fun experience!

Ok, so the actual museum is a little disappointing. Plus, it's all in Korean so, unless you are... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
Sophie K
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Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
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8 Oct 2017
“Traditional food in Chunchun”
15 Sep 2017
“Fun experience!”
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Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

You can try traditional food in Chunchun and experience how to make the food. But taste is better to eat restaurant not in museum.

Thank YoohyunL2
Reviewed 15 September 2017

Ok, so the actual museum is a little disappointing. Plus, it's all in Korean so, unless you are with a tour guide, you wont understand anything. BUT... the experience room upstairs is so much fun! You get to try out making the buckwheat noodles! Definitely...More

Thank Sophie K
Reviewed 11 December 2014

The building itself, shaped like a giant millstone, is quite impressive. Inside it is quite sparse, but I don't think there is actually that much more you could tell about buckwheat noodles. The option of making the dish yourself, from scratch, is wonderful. It really...More

Thank AndrewVonHowrath
Reviewed 27 October 2014 via mobile

It was built originally with a plan that chuncheon city would manage it. But now defectors from north Korea run it. The museum on the first floor is not that much big, only having some traditional tools which were used to make noodle several decades...More

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