My next class has been announced, I’m very happy to tell you that it’s at the Whole Foods Culinary Center in the Bowery, New York City!

Healthy Korean Cooking with Maangchi
Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010
2:00 pm  – 5:00 pm
Whole Foods Market Bowery – Culinary Center
95 East Houston Street
New York, NY 10002
but you can join the waiting list

So far I’ve been teaching Korean cooking in a smaller, well-equipped kitchen in midtown, in classes that I arranged myself. This turned out to be a huge amount of work, more than I ever expected. So joining Whole Foods gives me a whole team of helpers who are giving me a lot of support and arranging supplies, buying ingredients, and preparing the kitchen, so I can concentrate on teaching.

See you there!


  1. Any chance that you will be offering private classes at any point in the near future? If so, I’d love more info. (I’m throwing a bachelorette party in March for a bride whose favorite food is Korean!)

  2. Yay! Maangchi! Way to go for Korean cooking classes! im so happy and proud of your passion for korean cooking because that will give more exposure to other people in Korean food and culture! thank you and PLEASE keep up the good work! i will be praying for the January 30th’s event to be a success!

  3. wan Singapore joined 1/10 & has 7 comments

    Your videos are great- you have such a wonderful personality- I am sure everyone will enjoy your classes.
    I am coming to NYC for 2 weeks in 2nd half of March – hope you have a class then!

  4. Suki Poon& has 1 comment

    let me know when you have classes in toronto =)!!!! all the best and happy new year Maangchi!

  5. do you have classes in los angeles? or know if anyone else teaches korean cusine

  6. Flower Venezuela joined 3/09 & has 10 comments

    I´m so jealous, I wish I could attend your classes, I think I´m a bit far ;P anyway good luck Maangchi :D

  7. OMG,I just found out about your cooking website and have been watching your videos for hours non-stop. I hope you will have a cooking class in california some time soon. Thanks so much for great tips on many great korean dishes. Happy new year and happy cooking!!

  8. Yes, please come to AZ! 8DD

  9. Let me know when you come come to Houston, TX Maanchi!! Will be there in a heart beat!

  10. Maangchi sunsengnim,

    While I obviously can’t attend this class since it’s sold out and also far away from me, I just wanted to wish you success in the upcoming endeavor. Thanks for the baechu doenjang recipe earlier. I attempted it with tuna instead of the dashi, but I disastrously purchased Boston lettuce instead of baechu (it wasn’t labeled and it was right next to other Asian vegetables in the regular supermarket). It was too late to correct the error, so I just went home and cooked it, and it was still delicious. However, I do want next time to be as authentic as possible, so I went to H-Mart later for appropriate ingredients.

    Sunsengnim, gomapsumnida!

    • Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 12,045 comments

      hmm, doenjang guk made with boston lettuce! : ) As long as you are happy, who would care! As you said, next time, make it with right ingredient, so you can compare the taste. Thank you very much for your nice comment!
      : )
      for those who don’t understand romanized Korean that you used:
      haksaeng means student
      Sunsaengnim means teacher
      gomapsumnida means thank you

  11. Michelle Im& has 2 comments

    man, i can’t believe it’s already sold out! way to go, maangchi! i’m on the waiting list but i just realized i have to work that day anyhow. i totally request more classes in nyc so i can check it out~

  12. SOLD OUT!!!!!! :(

  13. Violin123& has 10 comments

    Way to go Maangchi!! I wish you have a class in AZ. I would definitely attend it. Happy holidays!!

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