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Korean vegan culture with an activist

Korean vegan culture with an activist

Duration:3 hours total
Includes:Food and drinks
Languages:Offered in English and Korean
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About your host

Hi. I'm a vegan and an activist in Korea. I run a veganism social organization, and I've acted in many demonstrations for animal rights, given speeches, held seminars, and sold vegan desserts to support the organization. I became a vegan because it is my life's goal to live without exploitation. So, being vegan is a meaningful way for me to live, since I believe it goes with the minimum…
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What we’ll do

We'll meet at Anguk Station, which is famous for its traditional shops and atmosphere. There are some restaurants here that serve vegan Korean food. While eating, we can talk about veganism, the life of a vegan, how to find vegan food in Korea—it's really hard, especially outside Seoul—and my life as an activist. I'll give you tips on living as a vegan in Korea, especially if you're a foreign…

What else you should know

Please wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes, since we will walk for at least half an hour.

What I’ll provide

Food
Vegan meal
Drinks
Korean dessert and tea

Where you'll be

The vegan restaurant we'll visit offers many kinds of foods, including Korean-Chinese, Vietnamese, and so on—so you can have many options to choose. Iksundong is a well-preserved area where you can still see remnants of Korea's developmental past.

Things to keep in mind

Cancellation policy

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Communication policy

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Guest requirements

Up to 6 guests ages 10 and up can attend.

Government ID

You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.

More tips

Please wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes, since we will walk for at least half an hour.

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Korean vegan culture with an activist
New experience
£38/person
New experience
£38/person