The growing season of the sweet fish is between late spring and early summer. Since sweet-fish are very fragrant and nutritive, it is good to eat them raw, grilled with salt, fried, or made into porridge. The Bongwha Sweetfish Festival, held every summer, provides unique chances of catching sweetfish firsthand and frolicking in very clean water. Visitors can see and learn all about unique fresh-water fish including trout and swiri.

The Field Museum, Historic Museum, and Exhibition on Ceramic Art as well as Famous Local Products will give visitors a good opportunity to have diverse cultural experiences. Unlike other festivals, visitors should pay the admission fee at the entrance of the festival site.