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Holidays in South Korea in 2009

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1ThursdayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 25SundaySeollal Holiday Day 1National holiday
Jan 26MondaySeollal Holiday Day 2National holiday
Jan 27TuesdaySeollal Holiday Day 3National holiday
Mar 1SundayIndependence Movement DayNational holiday
Mar 20FridayMarch equinoxSeason
Apr 5SundayArbor DayObservance
May 1FridayLabor DayBank Holiday
May 2SaturdayBuddha's BirthdayNational holiday
May 5TuesdayChildren's DayNational holiday
May 8FridayParents' DayObservance
Jun 6SaturdayMemorial DayNational holiday
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 17FridayConstitution DayObservance
Aug 15SaturdayLiberation DayNational holiday
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 1ThursdayArmed Forces DayObservance
Oct 2FridayMid-Autumn Festival Day 1National holiday
Oct 3SaturdayMid-Autumn Festival Day 2National holiday
Oct 3SaturdayNational Foundation DayNational holiday
Oct 4SundayMid-Autumn Festival Day 3National holiday
Oct 9FridayHangeul Proclamation DayObservance
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24ThursdayChristmas EveObservance
Dec 25FridayChristmas DayNational holiday
Dec 31ThursdayNew Year's EveObservance

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