In Gyeongsangnam-do

General Information

✔️ Registered 2024

✔️ Host Gender Male

✔️ About us

I developed an interest in agriculture during my first job in the field of overseas travel for public service. Observing advanced agricultural practices during business trips led me to discover the potential of agriculture. Subsequently, I left my job and, in 2022, was selected for the Youth Startup Farming Settlement Support Program. I have an active personality and enjoy genuine connections without pretense. Having experienced various recreational activities, I also have a love for singing, dancing, and a keen interest in musical instruments. With a strong interest in regional revitalization, I actively participate in opening farmers’ markets and continue to expand my work in rural tourism.

The Dunggle Farm is located close to Hwangsan Hanok Village and Suseongdae, offering plenty of sights and opportunities for contemplation. As the farm has been redesigned regularly, it provides an opportunity not just for simple labor but also for firsthand experience and understanding of why the fields are structured in a certain way, which the principles applied, and the harmony with nature.

✔️ Farming Experience since 2022

✔️ Farm Type Eco-friendly Education Farm

✔️ Main Crop Diverse, small-scale production focusing on edible crops, herbs, and flowers.

✔️ Farming Method

I am creating fields without using chemical pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, and without plowing. In areas where plastic is necessary, I maximize the use of natural by-products. The goal is to cultivate a field without relying on chemical inputs and minimizing the use of plastic, incorporating natural alternatives wherever possible.

✔️ Organic Lifestyle

Utilizing rainwater, making compost, using EM for dishwashing and laundry, making soap with herbs, purifying household wastewater before discharge, and if there is a choice, avoiding the use of plastic and vinyl. Still, if they have to be used, I try to reuse or focus on proper recycling.

About Host & Member

✔️ Family / Member

✔️ Animal

✔️ English

not good, but planning to have a conversation through a translation tool.

✔️ Other Language

WWOOFer’s Work

✔️ Works

January: Farm surroundings cleanup and indoor work, Farming activities include sowing and cultivating crops such as potatoes, sweet peas, chives, lettuce, cabbage, spinach, bellflower roots, spring cabbage, shepherd’s purse, doraji (bellflower root), barley, etc. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.

February: Same as January.

March: Same as January.

[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating crops such as cucumbers, pumpkins, sweet pumpkins, sesame, beans, peanuts, corn, ginger, ginseng, mugwort, dandelion, barley, etc. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Preparing for barley seedlings, soil preparation, and plowing the field.
April: Farm surroundings cleanup and outdoor work, Same as March for field farming, Soaking barley seeds and preparing for sowing, Plowing the field for barley.

May: Farm surroundings cleanup and outdoor work, Same as April for field farming, Draining water from the field, Sowing seeds in rice paddies.

[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating crops such as white beans and red beans. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Preparing for oyster mushrooms and planting them, Catching mayflies.
[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating carrots. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Clearing rice paddies, Planting rice seedlings.
[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating napa cabbage. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Draining water from the fields.
[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating radishes, shepherd’s purse, chives, spinach. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Harvesting barley and other crops.
[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating garlic and onions. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Harvesting rice and drying it.
[Field Farming]

Sowing and cultivating garlic and onions. Harvesting and packaging of seasonal produce.
[Natural Farming]
Drying and storing rice, Working on rice straw.
December: Farm surroundings cleanup and indoor work.”

Note: Some terms may have multiple translations depending on the context.

✔️ Working Hours

4~5 hours per day/ two days off per week, subject to farm conditions

✔️ WWOOFing Season

We are open year-round, but please note that December to February can be very cold.

Cultural Exchange

✔️ Knowledge / Skills WWOOFers can learn

Permaculture Basics, Herbalist Basics,Making Grain & Fruit Vinegar, Traditional Liquor Making, Vinegar Making, Making Fermented Foods, Driving and Using Agricultural Machinery, Basic Tool Use and Woodworking, Basics of Musical Instruments such as Clarinet, Basic Swimming and Water Sports, Basic Snowboarding, Basic Skateboarding, etc.

✔️ Experiences WWOOFers can expect

participating in sports, hobbies, and various events or educational activities together. Exploring the neighborhood by bicycle is also possible

✔️ Preferred WWOOFer

A person who resonates with and supports the UN’s SDGs, someone who sympathizes with and supports natural farming or eco-farming, and permaculture, and a healthy person who enjoys exercise, music, and likes people

✔️ Message to WWOOFers

Please smoke only in designated areas, and demonstrate behavior that minimizes harm to others through passive smoking. (This also applies to electronic cigarettes.)


✔️ Type

Shared use of the living room and bathroom with the host or farm staff.

✔️ Room Sharing

A WWOOFer can share a room with the same sex (but this will be requested in advance)

✔️ Internet Possible impossible

✔️ Drink & Smoke

Excessive drinking is not allowed, and smoking is only allowed in designated areas

✔️ Distance from house to farm

Within a very close 5-minute walking distance


✔️ Sharing a Meal

A WWOOFer eats one or two meals a day with host. And the rest, cook by yourself. (Ingredients provided)

✔️ Organic Ingredients Farm and Garden

varies depending on the menu, but more than half is eco-friendly

✔️ Vegetarian Impossible

Vegan and vegetarian available

Check Point

✔️ Preferred Length of Stay

Less than a week, 2 weeks, 2 weeks to 1 month, more than 1 month. For the first Wwoofer, we only accept applications for stays within 2 weeks. After experiencing and assessing the harmony between us, we decide on the possibility of a longer-term stay

✔️ Capacity 4 people

✔️ Accept Short Stay Yes

✔️ WWOOFers with Children(under 15 yrs) Yes

✔️ inor(16~18 yrs) Yes

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