The Western calendar is used in Korea, but traditional holidays such as Buddha’s birthday and the Lunar New Year (first day of the first lunar month) – are calculated by the lunar calendar. Korean calendars often have small numbers printed at the bottom of each day stating the lunar dates.
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Follow the English translations, listen carefully to the Korean pronunciation and practice saying the months aloud. Remember, practice makes perfect!
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