HISTORY

We have continued our 30-year tradition with constant thought, change, and a challenging spirit.

◁ 1990

As part of the Saemaul Undong, the Bukha Specialties Business Group was formed under the "One Specialty product for One town" Policy.


◁ 1998

Manufacturing sauces, traditional pickles and kimchi according to item diversification

Direct contract and supply to each highway rest area


◁ 2002 

Entered in Hanaro Club in Chang-dong, Nonghyup, Seoul

Received a commendation from the Mayor of Jangseong


◁ 2005

Started exporting to America by securing an export network


◁ 2006

Self-inspection request contract with Sunchang-gun Food Science Research Institute


◁ 2008

Corporate CEO conversion to Byung-Jun Jeong, (maintaining 100% of the number of employees in the first business group and introducing new personnel)

Signed contract for cultivation, processing, and sales of eco-friendly agricultural products with Damyang Neulpurun Jukhyang Farm


◁ 2010

Construction of 2 new factories with the promotion of the town side dish industrialization project

Completion of standardized workshop for new factory

Distribution standard code registration

Jeollanam-do Governor Award


◁ 2011

Product diversification and launch of new dried vegetables

Drying dried greens and radish in 3 greenhouses in Yaksuri, Buk-myeon


◁ 2012

Launched vegetable prototypes and started export relay trade to America


◁ 2013

Activation of export trade


◁ 2014

Fixed contract with KORAIL distribution


◁ 2015

Passed the Nonghyup KACM due diligence, received a commendation from the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs,

Jeollanam-do Farmers Award Bukha Specialty Products Business Group, CEO Jeong Byung-jun

Rural Convergence Industry Business Certification (6th Industry Certification)

Seoul Logistics Center opened in Guri, Gyeonggi-do


◁ 2016

Establishment of Bukha Specialty Tourism Farm Co., Ltd.,

Registered patent (Method for manufacturing pickled foods and salted seafood using three vegetables immersed in persimmon vinegar)

Registered two trademark rights (Bukha Specialty Business Group, Bukha Special Tourism Farm)

Re-acquisition of quality certification from Jeollanam-do Governor


◁ 2017

Acquired traditional food certification

Registered one additional patent (roasted oyster and red pepper paste manufacturing method), Acquired Hi Seoul Award certification,

Jeollanam-do Governor Award

Regular supply to local Nonghyup including Mokpo Namak branch by signing a direct supply contract with Nonghyup Hanaro Distribution


◁ 2018

Acquired ISO 22000 certification, commendation from Gwangju Jeonnam Small and Medium Venture Business Administration 


◁ 2019

Acquired FSSC 22000 Certification, ITQI Certification One-Star, Korean Intellectual Property Office Commendation Award


◁ 2020

Jeollanam-do Market Pioneer Team

4 overseas exhibitions (Japan, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Qingdao, China)

Selected as a Master of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Korea (CEO Byung-Jun Jeong)

Opened 3rd factory tourist farm


HISTORY

We have continued our 30-year tradition with constant thought, change, and a challenging spirit.

1990

As part of the Saemaul Undong, the Bukha Specialties Business Group was formed under the "One Specialty product for One town" Policy.

2002

Entered in Hanaro Club in Chang-dong, Nonghyup, Seoul


Received a commendation from the Mayor of Jangseong

2006

Self-inspection request contract with Sunchang-gun Food Science Research Institute

2010

Construction of 2 new factories with the promotion of the town side dish industrialization project


Completion of standardized workshop for new factory


Distribution standard code registration


Jeollanam-do Governor Award

2012

Launched vegetable prototypes and started export relay trade to America

2014

Fixed contract with KORAIL distribution

2016

Establishment of Bukha Specialty Tourism Farm Co., Ltd.,


Registered patent (Method for manufacturing pickled foods and salted seafood using three vegetables immersed in persimmon vinegar)


Registered two trademark rights (Bukha Specialty Business Group, Bukha Special Tourism Farm)


Re-acquisition of quality certification from Jeollanam-do Governor

2018

Acquired ISO 22000 certification, commendation from Gwangju Jeonnam Small and Medium Venture Business Administration 

2020

Jeollanam-do Market Pioneer Team


4 overseas exhibitions (Japan, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Qingdao, China)


Selected as a Master of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Korea (CEO Byung-Jun Jeong)


Opened 3rd factory tourist farm

1998

Manufacturing sauces, traditional pickles and kimchi according to item diversification


Direct contract and supply to each highway rest area

 

2005

Started exporting to America by securing an export network

◁ 2008

Corporate CEO conversion to Byung-Jun Jeong, (maintaining 100% of the number of employees in the first business group and introducing new personnel)


Signed contract for cultivation, processing, and sales of eco-friendly agricultural products with Damyang Neulpurun Jukhyang Farm

◁ 2011

Product diversification and launch of new dried vegetables


Drying dried greens and radish in 3 greenhouses in Yaksuri, Buk-myeon


◁ 2013

Activation of export trade


◁ 2015

Passed the Nonghyup KACM due diligence, received a commendation from the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs,


Jeollanam-do Farmers Award Bukha Specialty Products Business Group, CEO Jeong Byung-jun


Rural Convergence Industry Business Certification (6th Industry Certification)


Seoul Logistics Center opened in Guri, Gyeonggi-do


◁ 2017

Acquired traditional food certification


Registered one additional patent (roasted oyster and red pepper paste manufacturing method), Acquired Hi Seoul Award certification,


Jeollanam-do Governor Award

Regular supply to local Nonghyup including Mokpo Namak branch by signing a direct supply contract with Nonghyup Hanaro Distribution



◁ 2019

Acquired FSSC 22000 Certification, ITQI Certification One-Star, Korean Intellectual Property Office Commendation Award