Mungyeong in North Gyeongsang Province and Boseong County in South Jeolla Province announced a plan Wednesday to hold a spring festival to promote tourism.
Boseong County Governor Jeong Jong-hae, right, introduces the county's Green Tea Festival along with Mungyeong City's Traditional Chasabal (teapot) Festival at the joint tourism promotion media briefing at Lotte Hotel Seoul, Wednesday to jointly make promotional efforts. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Boseong is renowned for its green tea fields. The 38th Boseong Green Tea Festival will be held from May 16 to 20, at the Korea Tea Sound Culture Park in the county.
One can participate in diverse activities such as picking tea leaves, making tea, drinking it, and spending a night in the fields