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  1. Korean Holidays

  2. Korea Fact Sheet a peninsula in East Asia located between China and Japan Has a 5000 year history South Korea has about 47 million people Seoul is the one of the largest cities

  3. Christmas in Korea Christmas as a national holiday engage in gift-giving, sending Christmas cards, and setting up decorated trees. Children look forward to gifts from Santa Claus stores are displaying Christmas decorations

  4. Christmas in Korea

  5. New Year’s Day in Korea The first day of the New Year is a public holiday. recognize the beginning of a new year by this holiday On that day, people make new year resolutions The most popular way of celebrating this day is to travel to Seas or Mountains to see sunrise of the year

  6. New Year’s Day in Korea

  7. Korean New Year – Seollal the one of the most important holidays in Korea the first day of a new lunar year, January 26 on 2009 Accompanied by a massive traffic Dressed in Hanbok A massive amount of food is prepared; Tteok-guk Bowing to respect elders as a New Year's greeting; Sebae

  8. Korean New Year – Seollal

  9. Korean New Year – Seollal the one of the most important holidays in Korea the first day of a new lunar year, January 26 on 2009 Accompanied by a massive traffic Dressed in Hanbok A massive amount of food is prepared; Tteok-guk Bowing to respect elders as a New Year's greeting; Sebae

  10. Korean New Year – Seollal

  11. Korean New Year – Seollal

  12. Korean New Year – Seollal the one of the most important holidays in Korea the first day of a new lunar year, January 26 on 2009 Accompanied by a massive traffic Dressed in Hanbok A massive amount of food is prepared; Tteok-guk Bowing to respect elders as a New Year's greeting; Sebae

  13. Korean New Year – Seollal