HAPPY BIRTHDAY~ Lunar New Year in Korea

28 Feb

For the Lunar New Year I went my boyfriends home in Munsan. Prior to that I had the only thing Id heard was about it was from my students. They all told me it was about bowing and getting money from their grandparents. But then their parents gave theor grandparents money. Like everythibg in Korean its a giant circle with no end in sight. The second most important thing is the Dukguk (pictured below)


This soup is main primarily if thinly sliced duk (rice cakes- same as the ones in Duk Boki) , boiled egg, kim (seaweed) amd sometimes mandoo. (The picture below is our feast)


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