[Sponsored Report] Korean Red Ginseng Kids Tonic helps youth prepare for school

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[Sponsored Report] Korean Red Ginseng Kids Tonic helps youth prepare for school


Korean Red Ginseng Kids Tonic products from the Korea Ginseng Corporation. [KOREA GINSENG CORPORATION]

A new semester is approaching. In Korea, where a new school year starts in March, students in elementary and middle schools are anxious and excited as they prepare to start school.

What do students need for the new school year? Many high school students who are already familiar with school life have a sense of what they should prepare.

However, in the case of students in elementary and middle schools, they may have difficulty finding out what supplies they should prepare.

Middle school students must get their school uniforms since those are required. For elementary school students, their parents probably care more about their preparation than the students do.

In Korea, however, health care products are preferred to school supplies and clothes for students due to huge concerns about the high intensity of the classes and a new environment. Therefore, parents of middle school students in Korea prepare red ginseng for the new school year. The Korean red ginseng product Korean Red Ginseng Kids Tonic has been selling steadily since 2004 and has been leading the red ginseng industry for the Korean youth.

It has three types according to the age of the children, and it contains optimized ingredients for each age, making the products more efficient in enhancing the physical strength and immunity of young children.

I-Pass, a red ginseng product for young people, is gaining popularity among examinees and children because it is helpful in relieving fatigue, enhancing immunity and improving memory.

In accordance with the children’s age, the products are divided into I-Pass J, I-Pass M for middle school students and I-pass H for high school students.

Korean Red Ginseng Kids Tonic and I-Pass are popular as gifts for Korean students for the start of a new school year and Children’s Day in May. In recent years, red ginseng products have also been popular among foreign tourists.

By Shim Ji-yong [shim.jiyong@joongang.co.kr]
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