Korean Cooking Class - 20 June 2017 (Tuesday)

Instructor & Class Information

Registration 08 June 2017 Until 18 June 2017
Class Session 20 June 2017 Until 20 June 2017
Class Duration 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Credits 2 Hours
Venue Korea Plaza KL
Total Seats 40 Student(s)
Instructor Mdm Shin Pil Hyo

Class Introduction

Menu 1: Chungmu Kimbap (충무 김밥)

Gimbap or kimbap is a popular Korean dish made from steamed white rice (bap) and various other ingredients, rolled in gim (sheets of dried laver seaweed) and served in bite-size slices. Gimbap is often eaten during picnics or outdoor events, or as a light lunch, served with danmuji or kimchi. Chungmu gimbap (충무김밥) is a gimbap made with only rice as the filler ingredient. Originating from the seaside city of Chungmu, the rolls are thinner and the surface is usually left unseasoned.



Menu 2: Radish Kimchi (Mu Kimchi ’무김치') and Spicy Squid Salad (Ojingeo Muchim '오징어 무침')

Chungmu Kimbap is not complete without this two side dishes. Spicy Squid salad and Radish Kimchi is a perfect companion to eat the kimbap.



Kindly take note that you need to register as a Kaki Korea Club member and complete your profile in order to join the class.


Korean Cooking Class is offered FREE of charge by Korea Tourism Organization (KTO). It will be conducted in English by an experienced Korean chef, Madam Shin (Shin Sonsengnim). Join our class at Korea Plaza to learn more about Korean traditional culture, while learning the secret recipe of Chungmu Kimbap, Radish Kimchi and Spicy Squid Salad.



Registration Closed on 18 June 2017

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2 ypleong
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4 AhlamAhmed
5 Hamdah
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7 fiona_ql
8 Zuyin
9 chinml
10 jajajalilah
11 Janet Yong
12 shinghuei
13 evieheng
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15 feeowwnah
16 puteriazalea
17 Cheang
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19 Umar Yaya Ochilov
20 zahira
21 nraidah2
22 nbekk2017
23 Yoshiko Ishida
24 Karinachoong
25 pinigseu
26 raneyhui
27 Angie Nagano
28 Christine Choy
29 Margaret
30 rynsalim
31 Flower1312
32 kwonghf33
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