See, Enjoy, and Taste High-Quality Korean Cuisine!
The third floor is the Hansik Culture Hall where you can have a look at Hansik culture. The windows of a Hanok, a Korean traditional house, catch the eyes of the visitors. Korea, having four distinct seasons, has developed various seasonal customs and food. The writings and pictures on the windows of the Hanok will let you see the ancestors' wisdom and beauty contained in Korean traditional cuisine.
Entering further along the corridor, you can see Suban, a traditional earthenware water basin with beautiful flowers and stones. Beside it you can see a colorful table with various ingredients for Hansik. You can not only view them but also touch and smell them.
At the end of the corridor are three cubes, sculptures expressing the various features of Hansik. You can see a platform for crocks of traditional sauces on the other side of the Hanok. If you go inside, you can see a scenery of pottery with a borrowed landscape. While watching the lighting that is changed moment by moment, you will feel hungry as you smell the delicious food upstairs.
The Hansik Learning Hall on the fourth floor may be full of students in the kitchen. They may not be skillful at using a knife for cooking, but they will successfully cook delicious Bulgogi with the help of the Hansik specialists.
Korea’s Representative Products and Experience Programs
After enjoying Hansik happily, let's go up to the fifth floor. Here is the space where various products related to Korean traditional culture are displayed and experienced. The space shows products related to Korean traditional culture, such as Hanbok, the Korean traditional costume, and Soban, a small portable dining table, together with other excellent cultural products (K-RIBBON SELECTION) and souvenirs. In one coner of the space, you can try on Hanbok and take a picture free of charge.
You may encounter a special experience program on the fifth floor. In the program for preparing colorful rubber shoes, you can make a fancy Hanji (Korean traditional paper) rubber shoes tapestry by following the demonstration given by the instructor.
After looking around the K-Style Hub by using your five senses, you will feel that Korea has occupied your body and heart as if you had visited many parts of Korea. If someone wants to know what Korea is like, just come together to K-Style Hub. Whether your guest is Korean or a visitor, he or she will be able to happily taste Korea!