Dan-Chun-Jae which means the nest of Dan-Chun is located in the beautiful edge of the Ji-Ri mountain. Dan-Chun-Jae is not just a simple country cottage - it’s a home of the cultural projects BongChu is planning. BongChu held 'BongChu Wild Tea Camp' every year in Dan-Chun-Jae.
Cho-In-Mok is the tea products BongChu Food System in Dan-Chun produce.
There are two kinds of Cho-In-Mok tea; one is Green tea, the other is Jaek-Sal tea. Green tea is produced by steaming in a tea kettle, and the Jaek-Sal tea is produced by traditional way of drying in the sunshine and leaving under the shadow for a long time.
Jaek-Sal means tongue of sparrow in the dialect of GyungNam (Southern East of Korea) area. Jaek-Sal is the same tea leaf with Jak-Sal tea; but uses the Korean traditional fermenting way to produce.
BongChu Wild Tea Camp
BongChu held in Dan-Chun-Jae every year with the active participation of the customers has been a meaningful event.
Customers enjoy a rare opportunity to make their own tea by picking tea leaves to produce tea in a traditional way, and learn Korean culture, while tasting and feeling traditional ways.