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​Jeju is famous for Jeju Hallabong and Gamgyul. 

Hallabong is a type of tangerine with a protruding stem. Each weighing about 200~300 grams, the fruit is relatively large, and its sarcocarp is very sweet and soft. Hallabong is rarely the slightest bit sour, so it is liked by people of all ages. It is usually picked in November and December and stored for future sale. Winter and spring are the best seasons to buy it, and the prices vary depending on quality. 


Gamgyul (Tangerines )grown in warm Jeju weather have thin rinds and high sugar content. If you feel hallabong fruits are too pricey, the tangerine is recommended. Tangerines vary in taste and price depending on whether they were grown in outdoor fields (noji) or in greenhouses. Noji tangerines are harvested from November to February. They have both sweet and sour tastes. House tangerines are picked between March and October and have very high sugar content. Noji tangerines are enjoyed in winter, while house tangerines are preferred in summer. Tangerine chocolates and candies are also available.


Baeknyuncho (optia fiacus midia)Baeknyuncho, a type of cactus, is shaped like a flat fan and is also called a "palm cactus." It is indigenous to Hallim-eup in northern Jeju. Violet fruits come out from November to March. The fruits and stems are usually used to make fresh juice or made into powder to mix with tea or drinks. The powder can also be sprinkled on yogurt or salad. Baeknyuncho is especially recommended for women as it is rich in dietary fiber and inorganic substances such as calcium and iron. 






Hallabong Tea

Made of Jeju Hallabong.

How to drink: Mix 2-3 spoon (20g) with cold or warm water.



食用方法: 倒入2-3勺(20克),用冷水或者热水勾兑。



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