Oysters are rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and glycogen. They also boast a large amount of calcium (84mg per 100g). Thanks to their nutritional value, oysters are often called “the milk of the sea.” It is said that Casanova and Napoleon were big fans of oysters.
Korean oysters are actively exported and have earned a good reputation among overseas consumers for their chewiness and fragrance of the sea. Especially popular is the Korean tideland Pacific oyster which is three to four times the size of common oysters. It is cultivated on the tideland of the west coast of Korea, one of the world’s top five pristine tidelands.
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