This harvest is considered very good. However, the prices for ujeon grade teas have gone up. Politics, economics, & marketing are driving these teas into a place that I can't understand. For myself, the delicacy and overall enjoyment of ujeon doesn't compute with the price being sold for. I've always felt the sejak grades offer more accessibility and enjoyment but are far from inexpensive. It's often a real hit or miss experience buying Korean teas without sampling. I also wind up using much more leaf than Koreans normally brew with. To date, the best teas I've had from Korea have been the balhyocha, or huangcha as it is also called. So much flavor to be had. There are excellent ones made from sejak grade.
Also, we are seeing more black teas, some are very good using wild tea. But, overall, Korean teas are not inexpensive and they don't offer the range in flavor and style that Chinese teas have. The sheer abundance of Chinese tea is staggering. It might be better to settle on a type of Korean tea that you like and stick with that type. My choice has been balhyocha and there are many to choose from.