Boseong Green Tea Plantation

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10 Responses

  1. elfi says:

    i am not korean but i really love korea. hopefully i can go there and learn all of thing about korea.

  2. dave says:

    movie in summer scent

  3. Kristal says:

    I recognize this in the drama Summer Scent. When I visit Korea someday I will also go to winter sonata and spring waltz beautiful nature locations.

  4. eunice david says:

    hi…
    im eunice from the philippines…i just want to ask if you have any videos of the tea plantation in boseong… please notify me if you have any…thnaks in advance…

  5. Betchay says:

    hi eunice! sorry but i didn’t have a video cam back then. but here’s one i found on the net http://flvs.daum.net/flvPlayer.swf?vid=GSfQfpjo7x8$

    if you’re planning to go there, it would be best in spring when they make the first harvest.

  6. Oh I envy you so much my dear, I am a huge fan of green tea however have never been lucky enough to visit the places in which it is cultivated..

    You lucky soul..

    Lorriane Bevere

  7. green tea says:

    Nice pictures of the tour. 🙂 I’ve never been to Seoul so they were very interesting for me.

  8. Organic Tea says:

    Nice Pictures. It looks amazing.

  9. Billy Del Caastillo says:

    I want to buy korean green tea… no ginseng… just pure korean green tea…

  1. October 13, 2010

    […] largest city with its golden beaches and very traditional fishing villages. Tea plantations like Boseong are virtually unknown by western tourists and the country’s oldest buddhist|temple district […]

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