Seollal (Lunar New Year)Day
In South Korea, Sollal is the first day of the first month of the new year. The three-day holiday is used by many to return to their home towns to visit their parents and other relatives where they perform the ancestral ritual. The day before and after the first day of the first new moon are also holidays, for a total of three days off.
Where :
All Over South Korea
When :
Sollal is the first day of the lunar Korean calendar. Korean New Year generally falls on the day of the second new moon after winter solstice. Korean New Year is generally the same day as Mongolian New Year, Tibetan New Year, Chinese New Year and Vietnamese New Year.
More Details :
The Koreans celebrate the beginning of the New Year with there families. Children put on new traditional clothes called hanbok. Family members wish each other prosperity and good fortune. Then they exchange gifts,Children receive lucky money, candy and fruit from the elders. The family spends time together and have rice-cake soup for breakfast. Children often take this day to play special New Year games. Many Koreans celebrate the New Year on January 1st of the solar calendar. But the lunar new year is still popular today. In many Korean communities, the New Year is celebrated twice.
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References :
Wikipedia : Korean New Year
See the dates on which Sollal Day is celebrated :

Year Month Day Day of Week
Related Holidays :
New Year's Day March 1st Movement Liberation Day Memorial Day National Foundation Day
Seollal Chuseok Childrens Day Buddha's Birthday Christmas
South Korea Holidays List
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