TEA FROM JEJU since 1979

Soil, Stone

Sunlight

Water

Wind

Fog

2015 ~ 2014

2015

All first, second, and third places at the North America Tea Championship,
Roasted Tea Division Sejac won the first place along with Ujeon,
the second, and Illohyang, the third place among 2,500 teas.

2015

Premium Tea House at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art opened

2014

Illohyang and Sejac won the gold
prize at the World Green Tea Contest.

2014

Illohyang, at the world’s biggest tea show
Awarded the first place at
the North America Tea Championship,
Roasted Tea Division

2013 ~ 2009

2013

Jeju OSULLOC Tea Stone opened.
Tea Stone opened in Jeju, bran integrated space where visitors can experience the style,
taste and flavor of Korean tea culture.

2013

Samdayeon, awarded the gold prize at the Beijing International Tea Expo
Sejac, awarded the first place at the North America Tea Championship, the world’s biggest tea show, Roasted Tea Division Sejac, awarded the gold prize at the World Green Tea Contest in Shizuoka, Japan

2011 ~ 2012

Illohyang won the first place at the North America Tea Championship, the world’s biggest tea show, Roasted Tea Division.

2010

OSULLOC Tea House in Insa-dong opened.

2010

Organic Certification from USDA-NOP
Organic Certification from IFORM
Other Organic Certifications from local and international organizations

2009

Illohyang won the first place at the North America Tea Championship,
Roasted Tea Division Sejac won the gold prize at the World Green Tea Contest
in Shizuoka, Japan.

2005 ~ 2004

2005

SULLOC Tea Research Institute was established.
Tea Research Institute was established near the Jeju tea fields
in an effort to improve the quality of green tea.

2004

The first Tea House, a little Jeju in the city,
in Myeong-dong, Seoul opened.

2002

All tea factories are certified under HACCP, for the first time in the tea industry

2001 ~ 1983

2001

Jeju OSULLOC Tea Museum opened.
The first tea museum in Korea with an aim to introduceand widespread
the Korean tea culture.

1999

Illohyang, SULLOC premium tea, was released.
Illohyang won the world premium tea prize at the 2nd Bejing Tea Expo Sejac, designated as the Premium Tea of The Year by the Federation of Korean Tea Masters Society

1997

Sejac, designated as the Premium Tea of The Year
by the Federation of Korean Tea Masters Society.
The first powder green tea, powder SULLOC Tea was released.

1995

Hannam tea field was fostered in a way that can be managed through science and technology

1992

Premium loose-leaf tea, Ujeon OkRo was released.
PET, green tea in a can, was released.

1986

Eoksu, a loose-leaf tea beloved for the longest time, was released.

1984

Cultivation of Seogwang tea field

1983

<SULLOCCHA> by Taepyeongyang, the first tea magazine in Korea, was published.

1983

New products made with the first green tea leaves harvested from Jeju (Hallajinsu, Samdajinsu, SULLOC Tea Bags)

1980

Release of SULLOC-CHA brand
First green teas, Mansu, Cheonsu, and Baeksu were released.

1979

1979

Project was launched to reinvigorate the Korea’s traditional tea culture.
Reclamation project to turn a rocky field into a tea field, Dolsongi tea field, began.