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Hangawi "Han" (great or large), and "Gawi" (middle)
In the middle of the lunar month of August
People perform ancestral worship rituals early in the morning.
visit the ancestors tomb, to trim plants, clean the tomb, and offer food.
Traditionally, on the night before Chuseok, all family members sat around and made
It is believed that women who can shape the pretty half moon will marry good men
SO NORI (bull fighting)
GEOBUK NORI (turtle play)
GANGGANGSULLAE (a country circle dance)
SSIREUM (Korean wrestling)
People visit their hometowns, give thanks to their ancestors for the good harvest.
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