Korean melon is about the size of medium papaya and tastes like cantaloupe, but with firmer flesh. It has white, crispy and aromatic flesh. When you buy these melons, choose firm, symmetrical ones with good color and a dull, waxy texture. Korean melon contains Vitamin A, C and calcium making it an effective fruit for skincare. They are also good for digestion and curing constipation. You may store uncut melons up to five days at room temperature. Wrap cut melons in plastic and refrigerate up to three days. You may eat fresh Korean melons, add them to fruit salads or serve them with ice cream.