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I know that most people who think about tea think China or Japan but
Korea has a beautiful tea culture that in some cases predates both
those countries. We know that Korea's tea ware is highly respected by
the Japanese even today and those who know tea well rate Korean green
teas among the best in the world.
Join us for tea (both tea and tea ware) in Korea. Go to www.TeaTourKorea.com
to learn more about this remarkable tour. Contact us to find out how
you can get a reduced rate on the tour.
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