We see Jeju mandarin everywhere in whole half peninsula of Korea. Too much in quantity and too cheap in price. Once only for the rich, now for all, enough to be neglected. It used to have great taste in the old days, now turned out one of the poorest tasted fruit.
Thanks to my friend who just abandoned his farm to be cultivated, now I have Jeju mandarin with its taste of the old days.
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