During two holidays a year in Korea, the Korean’s take a break from their vigorous working schedules: Chuseok and Lunar’s New Years. As a result, you’ll find many businesses closing down as a result. In case you depend on your local selection of restaurants for your daily diet due to your extra small kitchenette, you might read the guide below to plan for these 2 big Korean holidays.
It was a brutal month in September for me where I couldn’t find much time to do anything besides work, eat and sleep. The big holiday came up on me unexpectedly and I thought I might be a bit limited with my food options for the 3 day weekend. However, I was pleasantly surprised that there was more open than I was expecting. Continue reading