Chuseok (Korean: 추석),  originally known as hangawi (한가위 from archaic Korean for "the great middle (of autumn)"(한ᄀᆞᄇᆡ)), is a major harvest ...
Chuseok, also known as Korean Thanksgiving Day, is one of the most important and festive holidays of the year. This year, Chuseok falls on Thursday, September 19th ...
Chuseok (추석) is one of the biggest and most important holidays in Korea. Family members from near and far come together to share food and stories and to give ...
Upcoming holiday is Chuseok, the fall harvest holiday – that many refer to as the “Korean Thanksgiving.” The holiday always takes place on 15th day of the 8th
Chusok (Chuseok, Ch'usok) Type of Holiday: Folkloric, Calendar/Seasonal Date of Observation: Late September-early October; fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month
Often compared to the American Thanksgiving, the Chuseok Festival in Korea brings families together to celebrate and be thankful and to express respect for their ...
During Chuseok, the biggest holiday in Korea, roads across the country are congested with endless traffic (top), while the metropolitan downtown areas become deserted.
Sometimes referred to as the "Korean Thanksgiving," Chuseok (also transliterated as Chusok, Chu'sok, and Chu'seok) is actually a harvest celebration.
On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I offer my warmest greeting to the Korean people during this Chuseok holiday.
Chusok, Korea’s annual thanksgiving holiday, is one of the biggest migration events in modern Korea. Over half of the population visits families and ancestral ...