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South Korea

Koreans officially follow the Gregorian calendar, though some holidays are celebrated according to the Eastern lunar calendar. During the official holidays, offices and banks are closed but palaces, museums, most restaurants, Department stores, and entertainment venues of Seoul (see tickets to Seoul from Moscow ) work. The most important traditional holidays for Koreans are sallal and it’s thanksgiving, kardamilon people go home to celebrate their

together with relatives. In the days sallal Koreans hold memorial ceremonies for ancestors and make Seba a big thank you to the senior as a sign of respect and as new year greetings

Public holidays

New year (1-2 January)

The first day of the new year holiday is recognized

and it is noted.

Sallal (January – February)

The beginning of the new year on the lunar calendar is one of the most important traditionally celebrated events of the year, which is still schaetsya more significant than January 1st. Most businesses and institutions are closed and people take several days off to spend a few days at home with family. This day we rise early,wear their best clothes and bowing before seniors to confirm the fortress of family bonds. Festive meal consists of special dishes, Continue reading