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A Gastronomic Tour to Farming VillagesExploring Farms for Fascinating Nature and Seasonal Foods

In the fall, there are many things to eat and see on a Korean farm. It is a perfect place to recover the appetite lost during the hot summer and to be refreshed from the hectic urban routine. Korea AgraFood would like to recommend several farm-experience tours where you can enjoy picturesque rural sceneries and unique dishes made with crops of the season.

# Dunduck Village in Changwon City, South Gyeongsang Province, Featuring Beautiful Nature and Slow Food

Busy city dwellers are often hungry for slow food. Dunduck Village in Changwon City of South Gyeongsang Province lets them experience slow food to the fullest. Visitors can cook wheat noodles, tomato spaghetti using fresh, nutrient-abundant farm produce, noodles in black bean sauce using fresh seafood, and different types of fermented soybean sauces using locally grown beans. When visiting the village, make sure you do not miss the street of restaurants specializing in braised spicy monkfish (agujjim in Korean). The dish is pleasantly chewy, soft, and spicy and uses local ingredients: monkfish caught by local fishers, soy bean paste, red pepper paste, bean sprouts, dropwort, and green onion.

 

Phone

Homepage

Dunduck Village

+82-10-2402-6228

www.dunduck.com

Restaurant street to enjoy braised spicy monkfish

 

masanagujjim.modoo.at

  









# Hanbamsil and Greenifarm Villages in Yeongju City, North Gyeongsang Province, Filled with Fragrance of Sweet Apples

As noted by the famous English proverb “An apple a day keeps a doctor away,” apples have a multitude of health-beneficial qualities: they are good for dieting, can prevent cancers, and can cure constipation. Hanbamsil Village, located in Yeongju City of North Gyeongsang Province, is known for its apples that are grown in an eco-friendly way and can be eaten with its peel. The village offers an opportunity to pick apples and make wine, pizza, jam, and mochi with them.

Another local village, Greenifarm, invites tourists to participate in a wide range of activities: digging up ginseng, collecting wild greens, and making apple jam, fermented soy bean paste, rice cakes, red pepper paste, and other dishes. Accommodation and meals are available in both villages. In the Yeongju City area, you can find a variety of dishes: bibimbap (rice mixed with vegetables), sundubu-jjigae (soft tofu stew), cheonggukjang (fermented soy bean paste soup), bulgogi (beef marinated in a soy sauce), and samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup).

 

phone

homepage

Hanbamsil Village

+82-10-4886-3110

www.hanbamsil.com

Greenifarm

+82-54-637-7080

www.greenifarm.com

     

 

 





# Jangheung County in South Chungcheong Provice, Authentic Dishes of the Southern Region

Jeongnamjin Market, which opens every Saturday, is a place to experience the charm of a traditional market and the flavors of Korean southern regions. Korean beef from Jangheung is sold there at affordable prices. Local delicacies are awaiting tourists at different stalls around the market. You can try Jangheung samhap (made of local beef, pen shells, and shiitake mushrooms), seaweed dishes, salad with short-neck shells and sliced raw fish, and other dishes.

Jangsupungdengi Village offers educational activities for children and restful hands-on experiences for adults. Visitors can observe a variety of insects and fish—beetles, stag beetles, diving beetles, pond skaters, craw fish, etc.—and catch fish in the river. You can also try picking shiitake mushrooms and harvesting eggplants.

 

phone

homepage

Jeongnamjin market

+82-61-860-0363

 

Jangsupungdengi village

+82-10-3110-6145

www.장수풍뎅이체험마을.kr

 










#Jeju Island with the Nature’s Healing Touch

Enjoying beautiful sceneries and eating at local restaurants are the highlights of travel itineraries of Jeju Island. Visiting a farming village will let you experience the island in a unique, unconventional way. The meaning of the name, Nine Rituals Village, can be interpreted in two ways: nine water springs and nine kinds of luck. Tourists can try a variety of local specialties there. They can also cook pizza, bread, and sujebi (Korean pasta soup) from barley and harvest satsuma oranges, cucumbers, tomatoes, and bell peppers.

 

phone

homepage

Nine Rituals Village

+82-64-773-1946

www.ninegood.go2vil.org

       

 


 

Park Sung Eun  parkse@agrinet.co.kr

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