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Gobong Grape

Gobong Grape is a red, seedless variety of grape, primarily grown in South Korea. It is one of the most popular table grapes in the country and is commonly featured in grocery stores and farmer's markets.

The grape was developed in the 1950s by a team of researchers from the Korea University and the Gyeonggi Provincial Agricultural Research Institute in Seoul. It is derived from a cross between the Flame Seedless and the Thompson Seedless varieties and was made available to the public in 1965.

Gobong Grapes are small and round and some describe them as having a grape-like shape. The outer skin is a dark red and the flesh is yellow-green in color. They have a sweet and mild taste.

The grape is known for its high sugar content, with a Brix of 18-20, which makes it a popular choice for making juice and wine. Gobong Grapes are also one of the main varieties used in the production of table wine in South Korea.

The Gobong Grape is a hardy variety, being able to withstand late frosts and cooler climates. They are harvested in mid-August to mid-September.

In South Korea, Gobong Grapes are primarily grown in Chuncheon, Gyeonggi Province. The grape is also grown in California, New Zealand, Japan, and Canada.

Gobong Grapes are a staple of the South Korean diet, being eaten both fresh and as an ingredient in various dishes. They can be enjoyed on their own as a snack or as a dessert with ice cream. They are also popularly blended into fruit juices and jams.

Overall, the Gobong Grape is a unique and tasty variety of grape that is sure to add a ight color and sweetness to your diet. They are the perfect snack or ingredient to create a delicious and healthy treat.