Christmas Is Just Around The Corner!

15 Dec

According to the Korean National Statistical Office in 2005, most people in Korea claim no religious affiliation.

Religion Korea

Korean Religious Affiliations According To Korean National Statistical Office In 2005

Those who do are either Buddhist or Christian.  So Christmas Day is celebrated as a Korean National holiday on December 25 of every year.  (Just to let you know, Buddha gets equal time for his own birthday celebration on the 8th day of the 4th Lunar Month (May 6th in 2014).  My report on Korean Christmas is upcoming.  Please stay tuned.

The Presentation of The Nutcracker Ballet in Korea

The Presentation of The Nutcracker Ballet in Korea

But in the meantime, here is a great reminder of the true meaning of Christmas.

Story of Christmas - an infographic

Click to learn more about the story of Christmas.

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