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Children's Day

Children's Day

어린이날
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zoo
동물원 (n)동물원
zoo
기린들이 동물원의 나무에서 나뭇잎을 먹고 있습니다.
The giraffes are eating leaves from a tree in a zoo.
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동물원 (n)동물원
zoo
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picnic
소풍 (n)소풍
picnic
가족은 공원에서 소풍을 합니다.
The family is on a picnic in the park.
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소풍 (n)소풍
picnic
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elementary school
초등학교 (n)초등학교
elementary school
어렸을 때, 우리는 같은 초등학교를 다녔습니다.
We went to the same elementary school when we were little.
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초등학교 (n)초등학교
elementary school
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Children's Day
어린이날 (n)어린이날
Children's Day
어린이날 (n)어린이날
Children's Day
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event
행사 (n)행사
event
행사 (n)행사
event
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gift for the Children's Day
어린이날 선물 (n)어린이날 선물
gift for the Children's Day
어린이날 선물 (n)어린이날 선물
gift for the Children's Day
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Bang Jeong-hwan
방정환 방정환
Bang Jeong-hwan
방정환 방정환
Bang Jeong-hwan
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amusement park
놀이공원 (n)놀이공원
amusement park
놀이공원 (n)놀이공원
amusement park
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toy
장난감 (n)장난감
toy
장난감 (n)장난감
toy
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special animations for the Children's day
어린이날 특선 만화 (n)어린이날 특선 만화
special animations for the Children's day
어린이날 특선 만화 (n)어린이날 특선 만화
special animations for the Children's day
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happiness
행복 (n)행복
happiness
행복 (n)행복
happiness
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child
아이 (n)아이
child
아이 (n)아이
child
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avatar KoreanClass101.com Friday at 11:55 am

Hey listeners! Do you want to learn more about Children’s Day in South Korea? Check out this Korean lesson:

Video Culture Class: Korean Holidays - Children’s Day
https://www.koreanclass101.com/2013/02/01/video-culture-class-korean-holidays-4-childrens-day/

avatar KoreanClass101.com Thursday at 10:28 am

Hello imen,

Thanks for posting, we’re very happy to hear that you were able to increase your vocabulary!
Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Sincerely,
Lyn
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avatar imen Wednesday at 7:49 am

:thumbsup:
thank you i learned new words

avatar KoreanClass101.com Sunday at 9:15 am

Hi Megan,

Thanks for posting. I am not an expert on children’s day, but to give you some differences between Japan and Korea, in Japan they celebrate children’s day for girls on March 3rd, and for boys on May 5th. For girls they celebrate with dolls(it is called hina-matsuri), for boys they celebrate with carp streamers(called koi-nobori). In Korea, children’s day is for both boys and girls and is celebrated on May 5th. It was originally on May 1st, but as it overlapped with Labor’s Day, it was moved to May 5th.
Hope this was of help.

Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Megan Somers Saturday at 9:57 am

Hello! This was very helpful! I learned that both South Korea and Japan celebrate Children’s Day. But they celebrate the holiday differently.😄 What are some traditions or events for Children’s Day in South Korea? Also, I learned new words!

avatar KoreanClass101.com Wednesday at 6:00 pm

Hi Jean kadima,

Thanks for your comment!
We are glad you like the list.😄

Gamsahamnida.
Claire
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avatar Jean kadima Wednesday at 12:55 pm

so helpful for me thank you so much