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About New Year's Day
On 1 January, the South Korea celebrates the New Year’s Day. New Year's Day is the greatest celebration to the year in Korea. New Year Eve is also called Sut dal kum mum in Korean. On this day, people clean their houses and light it with colorful halogens. As per the Korean belief, no body should sleep on that night otherwise the eyebrows would turn white. Lights of every room and kitchen are kept on all night. Children are highly elated with the New Year celebrations as they receive cash from their elders. It is customary for family members in Korea to drink a glass of special liquor called vgui balki sool. This liquor is said to improve the power of hearing.
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