Check the list of 2013 public holidays for South Korea.
Koreans officially follow the Gregorian calendar, even though there are a few holidays that are based on the lunar calendar.
Check day and dates of New Year’s Day, Seollal, March 1st Movement, Buddha’s Birthday , Liberation Day,Christmas Day.
|January||1||Tuesday||New Year’s Day|
|February||9||Saturday||Seollal Holiday – Day 1|
|February||10||Sunday||Seollal Holiday – Day 2|
|February||11||Monday||Seollal Holiday – Day 3|
|March||1||Friday||March 1st Movement|
|September||18||Wednesday||Mid-Autumn Festival – Day 1|
|September||19||Thursday||Mid-Autumn Festival – Day 2|
|September||20||Friday||Mid-Autumn Festival – Day 3|
|October||3||Thursday||National Foundation Day|
- For more detail visit – South Korea Public Holidays 2013