In Korea and Japan, Mid-Autumn celebrations are a unique blend of tradition and joy. In Korea, Chuseok is a time for families to come together, sharing delicious feasts, playing folk games, and giving thanks for the harvest. The air is filled with excitement as communities light up with colorful lanterns and dance to traditional music. In Japan, Tsukimi, or "moon-viewing," takes center stage as people gather to admire the bright full moon, enjoy seasonal treats, and create beautiful moon-themed decorations. These celebrations reflect the deep cultural roots of both nations and provide a fascinating glimpse into the rich heritage of Korea and Japan.
In this festive handbook, let's discover the unique customs, delicious foods, and the joy of coming together during these celebrations in both countries.
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