Year 3 History: National Days and Celebrations - Korea
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Celebrations and commemorations in other places around the world; for example, Bastille Day in France, Independence Day in the USA, including those that are observed in Australia such as Chinese New Year, Christmas Day, Diwali, Easter, Hanukkah, the Moon Festival and Ramadan (ACHHK064)
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F–6/7 HASS Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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Korean New Year - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Korean New Year

Korean New Year ( Hangul: ; RR: ; MR: ) is the first day of the lunar calendar. It is the most important of the traditional Korean holidays. It consists of a period of celebrations, starting on New Year's Day. Koreans also celebrate solar New Year's Day on January 1 each year, following the Gregorian Calendar.

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Chusok - Harvest Moon Festival, Korean Thanksgiving - Annieflower

Chusok, or Chu Suk, also known as the Korean Thanksgiving, is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. Chusok means a great day in the middle of August. It occurs during the harvest season. Thus, Korean families take this time to thank their ancestors for providing them with rice and fruits. 

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Children's Day - Dodoland Online

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Children's Day (Eorini nal) is a South Korean national holiday celebrated 
on May 5. It was founded by the Korean children's writer and storyteller Bang Jung-hwan in 1923.

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Holidays and observances in South Korea in 2014

Overview of holidays and many observances in South Korea during the year 2014
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