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Transcript of Korea Festivals
Hanok (Korean Traditional House)
Hanok, traditional Korean houses, are environment-friendly establishments as they are built with materials readily available in nature, such as wood, earth, stone, straw, clay (for ceramic roof tiles), and paper. The two major types of hanok are giwajip (houses with tiled roofs) occupied by the nobility and chogajip (houses with straw-thatched roofs) inhabited by the peasantry. The most distinctive difference between these two types of houses is the roof.
Traditional Korean Games
Fists full moon
Fists full moon
1st full moon of first month
Geuybulnori(Rice field burning), Daljip Taeugi(Bonfire), Aengmagi Taeugi(Talisman burning)
Ogokbap(Rice made of five grains), Yaksik (Glutinous rice), Bureom (nuts), Gwibalgisul (alcoholic beverage)
Festival for servants
Singing, Dancing, Coming-of-age ceremony
1st day of second month
Songpyeon(Traditional rice cake made with the grains)
Tol (The First Birthday)