Gamgyul is the Korean word for "Tangerine". Gamgyul is declared as one of the seven (7) wonders of the jeju kitchen for 2014; one of the 7 delectable foods from Jeju after surveys were conducted with both tourists and Korean citizens. Gamgyul or Tangerine is an alkaline food which speeds up metabolism, prevents colds and is good for the skin, arteries and recovering from fatigue. In the Joseon Era, they were so precious that only the royal family and public officers were able to eat them.

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