But they don't grow produce like they do here, that's for sure. I thought I had tasted some fresh fruit and veggies until I got my mouth on the tomatoes, watermelon, strawberries, grapes, pineapple, oranges, bananas, plums, eggplant, cucumbers, mandarins, and melons here. Everything is grown natural, no pesticides like many farms at home. The difference is in the juice, the taste, the rate at which produce matures once you get it home. You have to enjoy it quicker, just like everything else is 빨리빨리 (faster, faster!) in Korea.
If anyone asks me what he should try from Korea firstly I say kimchi, and secondly, the abundant fruits and vegetables this country has to offer. You just might surprise yourself with what you try.