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History of Hallabong

- Hallabong was first created in 1972 by the Japanese Department of Agriculture and has been cultivated since 1984.  Hallabong was named so because it resembles the peak of Mt. Halla and is also called Bujihwa in Korea.  Naju initiated the test production of Hallabong in 1987 and began to produce it for sale in 1994.  Bacause Naju has more sunshine and fertile soil than Jeju Island, along with its advanced irrigation and rain control technology, Naju produces more Hallabong than any other region in Korea.  With eco-friendly cultivation and a strict quality assurance system, Najus Hallabong is recognized as a prestigious product.

Hallabong Production

- Naju produces Hallabong in a 10ha field, which is cultivated by 45 farm households.

Introducing Hallabong

- Each fruit of Hallabong weighs about 200g-300g and the tip has a projected navel.  When the tree first starts to bear the fruit, it is light green in color.  However, when the fruit starts to ripen from mid-October, it transforms into orange color.  Hallabong is very sweet, tender, and juicy.

- Hallabong is harvested from early December to late January and sold from early January to late May.
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