Happy New Year! - Holiday Notice
  • Original Korean | 2018-02-14
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Happy New Year! - Holiday Notice
[What kind of day is Korea's Seollal?]
Korea traditionally considered January 1 of the lunar calendar as the first day of a year. There was a custom of wishing for a safe and sound year on the new year's day, and the holiday Seollal was derived from that.
On Seollal, people in Korea spend the holiday eating Tteokguk, the traditional dish of Korea. People consider they get one year older for each dish of Tteokguk they eat.
[New Year Holiday Notice]
So we, Flitto staff, are taking some break on this New Year Holiday weekend, too!
Please kindly be informed that our customer center and professional translation team also will be closed from Feb 15 (Thu) to Feb 18 (Sun) and reopen on Feb 19 (Mon) for the Lunar New Year Holiday.
We will eat Tteokguk a lot (and get a year older) to come back in good shape and will work even harder than before!

Your understanding is greatly appreciated.
We wish all our users a very happy new year!

Best wishes,
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