Happy Chuseok Everyone!

18 Sep

Celebrate Korean Thanksgiving “Chuseok” from September 18-20, 2013.

Charlotte Rose Mills in her Hanbok

Charlotte Rose Mills in her Hanbok

As explained by the Korea Tourism Site,

“Chuseok (추석) is the biggest and most important holiday in Korea. Family members from near and far come together to share food and stories and to give thanks to their ancestors for the abundant harvest. Chuseok Day falls on September 19 in 2013, but the holiday is observed for a total of three days (September 18 – 20).”

Read more about the traditions of Korean Thanksgiving HERE

Chuck and Soon Cross.  Soon in her Hanbok

Chuck and Soon Cross. Soon in her Hanbok

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