Holidays similar to or like Korean New Year

First day of the Korean calendar, which is based on the Chinese lunisolar calendar. Wikipedia

  • Chinese New Year

    Festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. Also commonly referred to as Spring Festival as the spring season in the lunisolar calendar traditionally starts with lichun, the first of the twenty-four solar terms which the festival celebrates around the time of the Lunar New Year. Wikipedia

  • Lunar New Year

    Beginning of a calendar year whose months are moon cycles, based on the lunar calendar or lunisolar calendar. Particularly celebrated in East Asia, influenced by the Chinese New Year and the Chinese calendar. Wikipedia

  • Lunisolar calendar. Mainly derived from the Chinese calendar. Wikipedia

  • Lantern Festival

    Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar Chinese calendar. Usually falling in February or early March on the Gregorian calendar, it marks the final day of the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. Wikipedia

  • New Year

    Time or day at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar's year count increments by one. Many cultures celebrate the event in some manner. Wikipedia

  • Lunisolar calendar that is mostly based on the lunisolar Chinese calendar. Used mainly to observe lunisolar holidays and commemorations, such as Tết and Mid-Autumn Festival. Wikipedia


    Sentences forKorean New Year

    • As of April 2010, the single-day ridership record stood at 178,584 passengers, achieved on January 26, 2009, the Korean New Year.Korea Train Express-Wikipedia
    • Cattle were also given their own holiday during the first 'cow' day of the lunar New Year.Korean cuisine-Wikipedia
    • Law of the Jungle K featured celebrities with their children, and aired as a Korean New Year special in 2013.Law of the Jungle (TV series)-Wikipedia
    • For New Year celebrations that are lunar but are outside of China and Chinese diaspora (such as Korea's Seollal and Vietnam's Tết), see the article on Lunar New Year.Chinese New Year-Wikipedia
    • Analysts say among the reasons for its success was the long lunar new year holiday and families going to see the film in groups.Miracle in Cell No. 7-Wikipedia
    • Individuals are regarded as one year old when they are born, as Koreans reckon the pregnancy period as one year of life for infants, and age increments increase on New Year's Day rather than on the anniversary of birthdays.Korea-Wikipedia

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