Boseong market, KOREA

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Boseong Green Tea Festival - Boseong Market Boseong, the largest tea producing region, started Korea's first tea culture festival in its tea fields on May 12, 1985. The festival consists of various events such as ritual for bumper crop, tea leaf harvest, tea making, Miss Green Tea Competition, etc. The festival is held every May.

Boseong Green Tea Festival - Boseong Market Boseong, the largest tea producing region, started Korea's first tea culture festival in its tea fields on May 12, 1985. The festival consists of various events such as ritual for bumper crop, tea leaf harvest, tea making, Miss Green Tea Competition, etc. The festival is held every May.

Jjangttungeo or shuttles hoppfish is also called "loach of the sea" or "mini seal" since it's strong enough to crawl or even hop on the mud. Jjangttungeo is the only fish that hibernates from early November to April. Also, it cannot be farmed so it must be caught.

Jjangttungeo or shuttles hoppfish is also called "loach of the sea" or "mini seal" since it's strong enough to crawl or even hop on the mud. Jjangttungeo is the only fish that hibernates from early November to April. Also, it cannot be farmed so it must be caught.

There are plenty of hands-on programs prepared for participants: tea leaf harvest, green tea making, beauty care with green tea, green tea cookie baking, green tea soap making, learning etiquettes of drinking tea, hanji (Korean traditional paper) craft, natural dyeing, green tea tasting, etc.

There are plenty of hands-on programs prepared for participants: tea leaf harvest, green tea making, beauty care with green tea, green tea cookie baking, green tea soap making, learning etiquettes of drinking tea, hanji (Korean traditional paper) craft, natural dyeing, green tea tasting, etc.

Most of all, it is located in Boseong, the cultural hometown of world famous pansori (Korean traditional vocal and percussional music performance). Local agricultural products as well as seafood caught from Deukryang Gulf are traded in the market, such as shallot, potato, kiwi, strawberry, green tea, linen, kkomak (ark shell clam) and nokdon (green tea-fed pork).

Most of all, it is located in Boseong, the cultural hometown of world famous pansori (Korean traditional vocal and percussional music performance). Local agricultural products as well as seafood caught from Deukryang Gulf are traded in the market, such as shallot, potato, kiwi, strawberry, green tea, linen, kkomak (ark shell clam) and nokdon (green tea-fed pork).

Jjangttungeo tang is made by boiling fillet with spice, unlike loach soup which boils grinded fish. What's good about jjangttungeo tang is that it has no fishy smell. The soup goes well with soju (distilled liquor made from grains). One could have a try when you tour to Korea.

Jjangttungeo tang is made by boiling fillet with spice, unlike loach soup which boils grinded fish. What's good about jjangttungeo tang is that it has no fishy smell. The soup goes well with soju (distilled liquor made from grains). One could have a try when you tour to Korea.

TipJjangttungeo is caught between mid-April and mid-October, and it is the fattiest in September. Thus, September is the time to enjoy the fish as a stew or grill.

Tip Jjangttungeo is caught between mid-April and mid-October, and it is the fattiest in September. Thus, September is the time to enjoy the fish as a stew or grill.

Jjangddungeo Tang (shuttles hoppfish soup) - Boseong Market Jjangttungeo tang is made by boiling fillet with spice, unlike loach soup which boils grinded fish. What's good about jjangttungeo tang is that it has no fishy smell. The soup goes well with soju (distilled liquor made from grains). One could have a try when you tour to Korea.

Jjangddungeo Tang (shuttles hoppfish soup) - Boseong Market Jjangttungeo tang is made by boiling fillet with spice, unlike loach soup which boils grinded fish. What's good about jjangttungeo tang is that it has no fishy smell. The soup goes well with soju (distilled liquor made from grains). One could have a try when you tour to Korea.

There are plenty of hands-on programs prepared for participants: tea leaf harvest, green tea making, beauty care with green tea, green tea cookie baking, green tea soap making, learning etiquettes of drinking tea, hanji (Korean traditional paper) craft, natural dyeing, green tea tasting, etc.

There are plenty of hands-on programs prepared for participants: tea leaf harvest, green tea making, beauty care with green tea, green tea cookie baking, green tea soap making, learning etiquettes of drinking tea, hanji (Korean traditional paper) craft, natural dyeing, green tea tasting, etc.

There are plenty of hands-on programs prepared for participants: tea leaf harvest, green tea making, beauty care with green tea, green tea cookie baking, green tea soap making, learning etiquettes of drinking tea, hanji (Korean traditional paper) craft, natural dyeing, green tea tasting, etc.

There are plenty of hands-on programs prepared for participants: tea leaf harvest, green tea making, beauty care with green tea, green tea cookie baking, green tea soap making, learning etiquettes of drinking tea, hanji (Korean traditional paper) craft, natural dyeing, green tea tasting, etc.

Boseong Market Opened in 1955, Boseong Market was chosen as a "Cultural Tourism Market" in 2009 since it was located near natural tourist attractions such as green tea fields and Mt. Jeamsan.

Boseong Market Opened in 1955, Boseong Market was chosen as a "Cultural Tourism Market" in 2009 since it was located near natural tourist attractions such as green tea fields and Mt. Jeamsan.

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