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Jeju Island Leads Kiwi Production in South Korea


JEJU, May 18 (Korea Bizwire) — Jeju Island has achieved the top rank in kiwi production in South Korea. Last year, Jeju had 335 hectares of kiwi cultivation, producing 8,711 tons of kiwis. Although the cultivation area is second to Jeollanam-do, Jeju’s production exceeded it.


Jeju’s kiwi production accounted for 43.8% of the national total. Over 620 farmers in Jeju cultivate golden kiwi varieties such as Sweet Gold, Gamhwang, and Jessie Gold. The Jeju Agricultural Research Institute is working to establish cultivation methods for different kiwi varieties and improve consumer awareness. They aim to make kiwi a specialized crop in Jeju.


Image credit: Jeju Agricultural Research & Extension Services, Yonhap /


2 thoughts on “Jeju Island Leads Kiwi Production in South Korea

    • Korea Bizwire Post author

      Jeju Island, situated at the southernmost tip of the Korean Peninsula, benefits from its location with consistently warm temperatures, creating an ideal environment for cultivating kiwis.


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