Children’s Day Celebration in South Korea

Priyanka Padala, Hyderabad, Telangana Cute little smiles, innocent looks, and souls full of energy. Children are indeed one of the most precious creations of God. Their charm is sure to mesmerize even the rudest heart. If you ever had a tough day and then came across a child’s smile, you would know the magic of…

How Christmas is Celebrated in South Korea?

Jubby Kumar, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh: Christianity in South Korea was relatively small for a long time with only 2% of the populations who identified themselves as Christians. Catholicism was first introduced in South Korea during the late Joseon Dynasty. However, a big change was introduced after World War II, when the missionaries arrived in South Korea and the people identifying as Christians rose to 25%. Christmas celebrations in South Korea are slightly different from the western countries but at the same time, there are some similar traditions. So let’s first start with the differences.