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Liberation Day in South Korea

Name in other languages

Liberation DayEnglish

Alternative name

Gwangbokjeol (Restoration of the Light Day)

Liberation Day Observances

Liberation Day was only observed in the year 2015.

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
SunAug 152010Liberation DayNational holiday
MonAug 152011Liberation DayNational holiday
WedAug 152012Liberation DayNational holiday
ThuAug 152013Liberation DayNational holiday
FriAug 152014Liberation DayNational holiday
FriAug 142015Liberation DayNational holiday
SatAug 152015Liberation DayNational holiday
MonAug 152016Liberation DayNational holiday
TueAug 152017Liberation DayNational holiday
WedAug 152018Liberation DayNational holiday
ThuAug 152019Liberation DayNational holiday
SatAug 152020Liberation DayNational holiday

Quick Facts

Liberation Day

Only occurrence is Friday, August 14, 2015.
Does not happen in 2018.

List of dates for other years

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