Notice

If you or loved ones are in Korea, please check with your local cemeteries for closure dates. Many cemeteries may be closed during the Chuseok holidays, so please plan accordingly.

Tradition

What is Chuseok?

Chuseok (추석) 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.

Tradition

Customs

Chuseok is a busy time and the customary way of celebrating it at home means lots of preparation.

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Tradition

Moon Rabbit

If you look closely at the moon, you'll see a rabbit making rice cakes beneath a tree.

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Festivities

Places to Visit

Palace admissions are free during the holidays and amusement parks have specials!

*Due to the global pandemic, most places are closed until further notice.

Gyeongbokgung Palace
경복궁

Deoksugung Palace
덕수궁

Changgyeonggung Palace
창경궁

Changdeokgung Palace
창덕궁

Seonjeongneung Royal Tombs
선정릉

Bongeunsa Temple
봉은사

Jongmyo Shrine
종묘

Lotte World
롯데월드 어드벤처

Everland
에버랜드

Seoul Land
서울랜드