Korean Public Holidays 2005 (Source: Korean Embassy, Ottawa)

    If you are planning for business travel to South Korea in 2005, you should  
be aware of the Korean Public Holidays. (Besides having your  
business card translated to Korean)   
   
    Jan 01 -- Solar New Year's Day.
    Jan 02 -- Second Day of Solar New Year.
    Feb 08 -- Day Before Lunar New Year's Day. 
    Feb 09 -- Lunar New Year's Day. 
    Feb 10 -- Day After Lunar New Year's Day. 
    Mar 01 -- Independence Movement Day. 
    Apr 05 -- Tree Planting Day. 
    May 05 -- Children's Day 
    May 15 -- Buddha's Birthday. 
    Jun 06 -- Memorial Day. 
    July 17 -- Constitution Day. 
    Aug 15 -- Liberation Day. 
    Sep 17 -- First Day of Chuseok / Thanksgiving. 
    Sep 18 -- Second Day of Chuseok / Thanksgiving. 
    Sep 19 -- Third Day of Chuseok / Thanksgiving. 
    Oct 03 -- National Foundation Day. 
    Dec 25 -- Christmas. 
   
    If a holiday falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, there is NO make-up day 
for it. 
 
 
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