Six unrecorded yeasts, 41-3, 56-4, 95-4, 142-1, 39-1, and 47-2 were screened from 108 yeasts isolated from flowers and fruits in orchards of Yesan-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea. The morphological and cultural characteristics of these unrecorded yeasts were investigated. They had various shapes, including ellipsoidal, globose, and oval, and also had budding mode in vegetable reproduction, except 142-1 (fission mode). 47-2 only formed pseudomy- celium. 39-1 did not grow in yeast extract-malt extract medium, potato dextrose medium, and vitamin-free medium. 41-3 grew well in 5% NaCl-containing yeast extract-peptone-dextrose medium and had a growth pH range of 7.0~ 10.0. Three unrecorded yeasts HB45-1, HB62-2, and HB80-4 were screened from 51 yeasts isolated from flowers in Hanbat arboretum in Daejeon city, Korea. They were globose in shape and did not form pseudomycelium. In addition, HB45-1 and HB80-4 had budding mode in vegetable reproduction. All of them grew well in vitamin-free medium and HB80-4 also grew in 50% glucose and 5% NaCl-containing YPD medium.