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380 until next Chuseok!
What is Chuseok?
Chuseok ("choo-suhk") is one of the biggest holidays in Korea. It is sometimes referred to as “Korean Thanksgiving” because it’s a special time for family, friends, and food.
When is it?
September 10, 2022
This year, Chuseok is 10 days earlier than last years (September 10, 2022).
For how long?
From September 9-12.
What to eat and drink
Foods & Drinks
We’ve curated a list of food blogs for you to make your own delicious Korean meals for any occassion.
The festivities of Chuseok
Learn more about the varieties of Chuseok gift sets.
Wearing a Hanbok
A Hanbok is Korea's traditional clothing.
Greetings in Korean
Some Korean phrases, how to say them, and what they mean.
Discover the traditional activities that took place in Korea.
Did you know that food is traditionally laid out a certain way? Here are some guidelines to placing food on the table for Charye, although it isn't so crucial these days.
TV & Movies
Television broadcast schedules are some of the most searched terms during Chuseok. Watching TV has become an informal Chuseok event in itself.
Places to go
Palace admissions are free during the holidays and amusement parks have specials!