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  • Welcoming Autumn With The Taste of Ipjang Grapes
      South Korea has four distinct seasons – spring, summer, autumn and winter.  As the seasons change, so do the fruit scenes in South Korea. For fruit lovers like me, who will not get excited to enjoy the fruits that have the best flavor when in season.  Home of the Geobong Grapes Summer is just about to end ...
  • Local Food Social Enterprise, Contributing to Self-reliance ...
    Cheonan-si is accelerating self-reliance and revitalization of the region, realization of sustainable agriculture, job creation for small farmers as well as older farmers, and utilization of local resources. We were...
  • Angdoo: Creativeness and Cups of Tea
    Heungheungbaljeonso (흥흥발전소) in Cheonan Youth Mall is a remarkable space of encounter between artist, bohemian atmosphere and art enthusiasts. Or it’s what used to be. Recently, Cheonan Youth Mall has...
  • Cheonan Walnut Snack
    Shake Shack burger for New York, cheesecake for Philadelphia- guess what represents  Cheonan city? I can say it is Walnut Snack without a doubt. It is a small bite-sized soft...
  • Gwangdeok Walnut
    The thing people outside of Cheonan often call "Cheonan Walnut" is called Gwangdeok Walnut by local,s because Gwangduk is the place where most walnuts grow in Cheonan. Gwangdeok is also...
  • Cheonan Blueberry
    Cheonan blueberries are cultivated without the use of pesticides. Anthocyanin found in blueberries is known to enhance eyesight, reduce blood cholesterol, and have anti-aging effects.