"good things honest and flawless" in pure Korean.
Korean ginseng is divided into Geumsan ginseng (South Korea) and Gaesung ginseng (North Korea), and its tradition and reputation are transmitted and differentiated. Ginseng cultivated in Geumsan, central part of Korea is thin and pure white. It has been called Baekjaesam for a long time and it is distinguished from large, soft of Gaesung ginseng. In particular, the ginseng is generally called "summer ginseng" from July to October, and its saponin content is 5.2%, which is 1.8% higher than other ginseng collected in winter.