Harvest Review: South Korea Ujeon-Sejak (Early Season)

Tea is grown in three main regions of South Korea: Jeolla-do (mainly south), Gyeongsang-do (mainly south), and Jeju-do, an island off the southern tip of the country. In the peninsula, much of the tea grows near Jirisan, the largest mountainous national park in Korea located in the middle of Jeolla-do and Gyeongsangnam-do (South Gyeongsang). Though recent global climate changes have brought longer summers and winters, Korea experiences four distinct seasons with temperatures ranging from belo

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