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In Korea, New Year is celebrated during a three-day holiday happening on February 10th.  Our pick is the Tteokguk (떡국), a traditional soup with sliced rice cakes that are customarily eaten for the New Year. Following suit with the East Asian age reckoning (a way of counting a person’s age by each Lunar New Year) the Korean New Year is essentially a birthday for Koreans. That means eating a Tteokguk is like eating your birthday cake: when all is had and gone, you’re officially one year older!

In Korea, New Year is celebrated during a three-day holiday happening on February 10th. Our pick is the Tteokguk (떡국), a traditional soup with sliced rice cakes that are customarily eaten for the New Year. Following suit with the East Asian age reckoning (a way of counting a person’s age by each Lunar New Year) the Korean New Year is essentially a birthday for Koreans. That means eating a Tteokguk is like eating your birthday cake: when all is had and gone, you’re officially one year older!

Korean New Year's Day Food Round-Up | MyKoreanKitchen.com

10 Korean New Year Food You Should Try

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