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About New Year's Day
Many of the nations located in East Asia threw big New Year celebrations to welcome the arrival of the New Year. Most of the countries have adopted the Gregorian calendar and mark the passage of time in accordance with the solar year. New Year’s Day will be celebrated twice-once according to international convention, and once according to the lunar calendar. Koran New Year or Solnal will fall on February 5 and the first day of the first month of the new lunar year. Koreans try to return to their family homes on this day to participate in New Year's rituals and festivities. The New Year's Day ceremonies begin in the morning with the donning of formal dress known as hanbok by family members. Food and drink are offered on a ritual table known as charye sang. Everyone becomes one year older on New Year's Day. The rest of the day is dedicated to play, kite flying and for girls see-saw. A favorite game for the day is yut nori, farmer’s dance. It is an opportunity to celebrate family and tradition. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like New Year's Day. Customize New Year's Day reminders, New Year's Day gift suggestions, New Year's Day event planning, New Year's Day history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like New Year's Day online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for New Year's Day.
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