Brew and taste your own Yangtang-guk, the first coffee sold during the time of enlightenment. '1890's Hanyang Exhibition, Yangtang-guk_1890's 한양전, 남산골 촬영국' is the word that people came up with to refer to coffee when coffee was introduced to Korea for the first time in the 1890’s. Literally it means soup from the west, and people boiled it like a soup and drank it out of bowls. It is a name voluntarily and creatively coined by the public and the name that reflects the soup and bowl culture of Korea. Also, 'Yangtang-guk_양탕국' was known as one of the favorite beverages of Emperor Gojong of the Korean Empire. Take a chance to experience Korea’s first coffee with 'Namsangol Yangtang-guk_남산골 양탕국,  which reproduces the method they used back then.


Current Program 

'Namsangol YangTang-Guk' Standing Experinece Program

The first coffee of the Empire of Korea, 'Yangtang-guk_양탕국'
Coffee during the Empire of Korea was called 'Yangtang-guk'.  It means a bowl of liquid (tangguk) from the Western world (yang).  In this class, you can learn how to make Yangtang-guk and experience Korean unique coffee culture.


南山コル ヤンタングク

Date & Time
All year round in 2020 / Closed on Mondays (10:00 11:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00)
10,000 won per Person / Maximum 12 People
Booking closes the day before. Remaining seats sold at the venue. Takes at least 1-2 days for confirmation after booking.

Experience program fees can be paid on the day of your visit.

Please come at least 10 minutes before the experience program begins. Failure to show up after making reservations may lead to booking disadvantages in the future.

Last Program 

'Namsangol  Chalyong-guk' 1890 's Hanyang' Exhibition Program (2017-2018) : Ended

'Namsangol Chalyoung-guk (Namsangol Photo Studio)_남산골 촬영국' reproduced the space of a photo studio that was set up inside a hanok (Korean house) in the beginning of the 1890’s to the 1900’s and portrayed the times and the culture during the time of enlightenment. Namsangol Photo Studio offers a photo zone where you can take a retro-style portrait photo, and anyone are free to takes pictures. In particular, it also reproduced props including vintage and colored portrait photos that were popular after Joseon enforced an ordinance that prohibited topknots, postcards with pictures, cameras, photo albums, and picture frames and exhibited them with traditional antique furniture to offer unusual spectacles and various experiences.

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