Sejak (세작; 細雀; lit. "thin sparrow"), also called dumul-cha (두물차; lit. "second flush tea"), refers to nokcha (green tea) made of young, tender leaves and buds hand-plucked after gogu ("grain rain", 20–21 April) but before ipha ("advent of summer", 5–6 May). Also called jakseol (작설; 雀舌; lit. "sparrow tongue") as the tea leaves are plucked when they are about the size of a sparrow's tongue, sejak is best steeped at a temperature of 60–70 °C (140–158 °F).
Sejak green tea from Hadong County
|Type||Nokcha (green tea)|
|Country of origin||Korea|
|Ingredients||Second-flush tea leaves|
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