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Explore Korea Town's food scene

Toronto, Canada

Experience hosted by Grace

60 mins
Includes drinks
Up to 10 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

This is a 45 minutes to 1 hour experience, you will discover how Toronto's Korea Town—aka K-Town—came about. You'll learn about the history of the place and the people who call Korea Town their home. Along the way, you can sample mouthwatering food as you please. When there's potential rain,snow, ice storm this experience will be cancelled.
Other things to note
Wear a hat and comfortable walking shoes. Bring sunglasses and money for snacks and lunch purchases.

Grace's commitment to safety

This host committed to Airbnb’s COVID-19-related safety and cleaning guidelines—including adhering to social distancing guidelines, practising good hygiene and ensuring that all participants wear a mask.
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What's included

  • Drinks
    Korean pastry tasting
From $40
/ person
No dates available

Meet your host, Grace

Host on Airbnb since 2012
  • 3 Reviews
  • Identity verified
I immigrated to Canada from Asia in 1989, and I was homesick and longed for Asian food. I started to explore Toronto and learned more about the food my city has to offer. I have come to realize that within walking, and transit distance, I can experience eating at Korea Town, Greek Town, Little Portugal, and more. My passions for volunteering and travel—and my love for food—gave me the opportunity to explore more. I want to show my city and what it truly offers—Toronto is the most diverse city in the world, according to the BBC, and Torontonians agree. I cannot wait to be your host.
I immigrated to Canada from Asia in 1989, and I was homesick and longed for Asian food. I started to explore Toronto and learned more about the food my city has to offer. I have come to realize that within walking, and transit distance, I can experience eating at Korea Town, Greek Town, Little Portugal, and more. My passions for volunteering and travel—and my love for food—gave me the opportunity to explore more. I want to show my city and what it truly offers—Toronto is the most diverse city in…
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Where you'll be

We'll visit Hodo Kwaja, a bakery specializing in inexpensive Korean confections. Then we'll go to P.A.T. Central Market for Korean and general Asian goods. We'll visit Just You Sarah & Tom for a dose of K-pop posters and trinkets for the whole family.
Ellen
July 2018
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Christine
July 2018
Grace was exceptionally gracious (living up to her name!) and was a warm, friendly, and knowledgeable host. She worked with me to find a time to meet because she wanted to share her passion and knowledge of Koreatown. Even though some places were closed due to the long weekend (we took our tour on Canada Day), actually most spots were still open and we took a great tour of restaurants, cafes, ice cream, and bubble tea places, as well as the grocery store and some lovely gift shops! I could tell she knew her stuff on Korean food and I feel well equipped to bring guests to K-town next time because I made sure to note all of Grace’s top recommendations! Two thumbs up, 5 stars!!! Great and fun tour!
Grace was exceptionally gracious (living up to her name!) and was a warm, friendly, and knowledgeable host. She worked with me to find a time to meet because she wanted to share he…
Frederique
April 2018
Grace est si sympathique! Elle et sa fille m'ont fait découvrir plein de nouvelles choses! Je le recommende.

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

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.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

What to bring

comfortable shoes, hat and cash for food or souvenir purchases