Here‘s the complete list of the holidays of the year 2013 in South Korea:
The first holiday of the year 2013 is on January 1 which is the New Year’s Day. The next holidays of the year are on February 9, 10 and 11 which are the Seollal Holidays. March 1 is the March 1st Movement which too is a holiday in South Korea.
The next holiday in the country is on May 5 in the form of Children’s Day. Buddha’s birthday will be celebrated on May 17 in South Korea and this day is a big holiday in this country. On June 6 is the Memorial Day and a celebrated holiday in the nation of South Korea.
Liberation Day is celebrated on August 15 in South Korea and is treated as a holiday in the country. The next holiday is on September 18, 19 and September 20, all three of which collectively are the days of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The next big holiday in the land of South Korea shall fall on October 3 on which the National Foundation day of South Korea is celebrated. The last holiday of the year is on December 25 which is the Christmas Day.