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Transcript of KOREAN FESTIVALS
We wear something called Hanbok. It is the Korean traditional clothing. It has a pair of shoes that go with it . They are called gomooshin.
WHAT TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES DO WE PLAY?
Some famous games are Gangang sullae, Ssireum, Yutnori, Neolttwigi, Tuho, kite flying, top spinning, and Jegichagi.
WHERE DO WE WE CELEBRATE AND WHEN DO WE CELEBRATE ?
Korean festivals are very important to our culture. We celebrate to show that we love our culture and we want to preserve it.
WHAT DO WE EAT?
Yummy food is everywhere. There are many foods we eat at Korean festivals. Some traditional foods we eat are: Rice cake soup, Rice cake, kimchi, and Songpyeoun. Depending on the different festivals, they eat different foods.
OTHER FUN FESTIVALS
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by: LEA CHONG
Common days we celebrate are on Lunar New Years, and Lunar months, sometimes there are special season celebrations.
This is one of the Korean traditional food it is called Rice cake soup. Rice cake soup is soup with meat,strips of egg, vegetables, and seaweed.
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The rules for the game Yutnori is that there are up to 3 teams of 2 people in each group. The goal of the game is to start from the beginning, then you take turns throwing the yut on a numbered mat. If you get a 4 or 5 you get to go again and you move forward the number amount that you throw. Whoever gets to the start again wins. Also, there are many prizes if you win.
Soellal is is known as Korean Lunar New Year.
What to do: On Seollal we do a Sebae bow and you receive money, or advice from elders. Also the sebae bow means to elders Happy New year. Afterwards there is a table set with offerings in memory of your ancestors.
what to eat: We eat rice cake soup which means if you eat one bowl then we believe you are one year older.
We also eat meat dumplings, pindaettok , and kimchi.
what to wear: Boys and girls wear Hanbok which is the Korean traditional clothing.
Chuesok is known as Korean Thanksgiving Day.
What to do: We spend time with our family. Also we bow to thank our ancestors for letting us be healthy.
What to eat: We eat new crops such as apples, pears, chesnuts, persimmon, and Songpyeoun.
What to wear: We wear Hanbok which is the Korean traditional clothing.
1. A. Hanbok- Hanbok is The Korean traditional clothing it is weared by both girls and boys.
2. Gomooshin- Gomooshin is the Korean shoes that go with Hanbok.
3. Soellal- Soellal is is known as Korean Lunar New Year.
4. Rice Cake Soup- A traditional soup we eat also when we eat it we believe that we are a year older.
Rice cake soup is soup with meat,strips of egg, vegetables, and seaweed.
6. Gangansullae- Gangansullae is the Korean dance where you dance by going in circle's and looking at the moon.
7. Songpyeoun- Songpyeoun is a rice cake filled with sweet honey.
8. Hangul day- Hangul day is October 9th in honor of the invention of the Korean writing system.
9. Andong Mask Festival- Andong Mask Festival is when we wear masks and dance.