Lunar New Year in Korea

Presented by

Christina Kim*

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Korean New Year is one of the most significant traditional Korean holidays. This holiday falls on different dates each year because it follows the Lunar Calendar. During the Korean New Year celebrations, there are many activities that families do together: pay respect to their elders, play games and music, and sing songs. The students may play along with four different traditional percussion instruments as well as other activities. Happy Korean New Year.

Workshop Details

Region/Culture

Korea

Subject(s)

Social Studies, Music

Participants

Standard Length

Room Setup

Open space with room for students to move

Supplies/Equipment Needed:

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