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Chuseok (추석) is a major harvest festival and a three-day holiday in Korea celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. Like many other harvest festivals, it is held around the Autumn Equinox. As a celebration of the good harvest, Koreans visit their ancestral hometowns and share a feast of Korean traditional food such as songpyeon. Songpyeon is a traditional Korean food made from glutinous rice. It is a variation of tteok, consisting of small rice cakes traditionally eaten during the autumn festival, Chuseok. They have become a popular symbol of traditional Korean culture. Songpyeon are half-moon-shaped rice cakes that contain different kinds of sweet or semi-sweet fillings, such as sesame seeds and honey, sweet red bean paste, and chestnut paste steamed over a layer of pine needles, which gives them the fragrant smell of fresh pine trees. They used to be made into various shapes with the participation of family members and were often exchanged between neighbors.
Somehow, Chuseok celebrates on the same day as our Mooncake festival. The difference is we don't have 3 days holiday, not even one day and we eat mooncake. Well, the meaning is different though. Chuseok is kinda sepcial to me because there are Chuseok special tv programmes. Wheeee! Like We Got Married (Chuseok Horror Special) and they have this Chuseok special Idol Sports Day or something. I don't know whether the Sports Day is already aired but I saw a lot of fancam pictures and videos. Interesting! And also because of Chuseok one year ago, we get to watch JoKwon and Gain couple! See although I'm not celebrating Chuseok but I enjoy myself alot. Haha!
WGM Chuseok special