Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum
|Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum|
|Revised Romanization||Ddeok buyeok sallim bakmulgwan|
|McCune–Reischauer||Ttŏk puŏk sallim pakmulkwan|
|Location||164-2 Waryong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum is a museum located in Waryong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Founded by Yoon Sookja, the chief director of the Institute of Traditional Korean Food (한국전통음식연구소), it opened in December, 2002. The museum specializes in Korean cutlery with approximately 2,000 old Korean kitchen utensils from ancient maetdol (맷돌, grinding stones) to early 20th century kitchenwares on display and exhibits 50 of Korea's nearly 200 types of tteok (Korean rice cake).
- Korean cuisine
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- List of museums in Seoul
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- Park Gumi (2005). ""Tradition, not old fashion but competitiveness ("전통, 낡은 것 아니라 경쟁력이다")" (in Korean). NewsHankuk.com.
- English tour Korea
- Kim Hee-sung (2007-03-24). "Would tteok, or rice cake, by any other name taste as sweet?". The Korean Overseas Information Service.
- Rice Cake and Kitchenware Museum at the Jongno-gu website
- (Korean) Official site
- Vive La Korean Food! Hallyu Revitalizes Culinary Tradition at Korea Times
- (Korean) Introduction to the museum
- (Korean) Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum at Hankook Ilbo
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