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About Korean New Year
Korean New Year, also known, as “Solnal”, is celebrated on the first day of the Lunar New Year. Korean New Year is a time to follow various customs and rituals in Korea. The Koreans focus on the family as they celebrate the beginning of the New Year. Children put on new traditional clothes called hanbok. Wishing you a very happy and prosperous New Year, Travour offers you New Year Tours around the world along with online information on New Year Celebrations and Korea New Year. Traditionally, we have two celebration days in Korea one is Shul (New Year's Day) and the other is Chu-suk Both of them are important for Koreans, but many children prefer Shul to Chu-suk.
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