OUR MOTHER, AND EVEN HER MOTHERS, WERE HAENYEO


Currently, more than 5,000 haenyeo leave Jeju for hard materials. Haenyeo, who are over the average age of 60, have been feeding and educating their children across the boundary between life and death. My mother was like that, and her mother was a haenyeo.


For them, it's been a "up" for too long and I'll continue to live with it.

Manje sincerely hopes that their lives will be less hard and less painful, and they want to be treated more.I respect and love them who are mothers and the breadwinner, who have built a hard-earned school.


EDUCATION INVESTMENT FOR JEJU CHILDREN


In a modern society characterized by "knowledge-based society," "quick-changing society," and "global society," Manje supports Jeju's children to grow up with an efficient educational system without any shortage.



Manje, a local company in Gimnyeong, does not restrict the word 'we' to 'manje family'. I think of all the Haenyeo in the village, Kimnyeong's "stores," and above all, children who will be responsible for our future, as "we."

We will invest generously in order to grow and move forward.

A SOLID ENTERPRISE WITH A REGION


Starting with the distribution of fishery products caught in Jeju, Manje has been
By securing stable supplies, not only in Korea but also in the U.S. from 2019
Sales are expanding as we enter the market.



Based on its position in the distribution of simple marine products, the 2nd Gobu
In order to develop value-added products, we are continuously researching and developing them
Contribute to achieving sales by commercializing issued items
Doing it (toppang, horn conch)