Chuseok is a significant Korean holiday that revolves around gratitude, family gatherings, and traditional customs, with a focus on celebrating the harvest season. It plays a vital role in Korean culture and heritage.

Chuseok Season from 28th.Sept. to 3rd.Oct.

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Korea deliveries will be suspended from the 25th.Sept.(Included Fedex)
International outbound(Shipment) will be suspended from the 26th.Sept.( EMS, EMS Premium, AirMail, Surface)
All will be resumed from 4th. Oct.2023

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Service requests and business working will be resumed from 2nd. Oct.
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2023 Happy Chuseok with PINKBOX


Chuseok is a major traditional holiday celebrated in South Korea, often referred to as Korean Thanksgiving Day. It typically falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, which corresponds to late September or early October in the Gregorian calendar.

Harvest Festival: Chuseok is primarily a harvest festival, similar to Thanksgiving in the United States. It's a time for Koreans to give thanks for the year's bountiful harvest and to celebrate the fruits of their labor.

Family Reunion: Chuseok is a time for families to come together and share a special meal. Many people travel to their hometowns to be with their loved ones, and this leads to busy transportation networks during the holiday.

Rituals and Customs: Koreans participate in various traditional customs during Chuseok, including the Charye ancestral memorial ceremony, Seongmyo ancestral tomb visits, and Ganggangsullae, a traditional circle dance.

Traditional Foods: Special dishes are prepared for Chuseok, including songpyeon (rice cakes), freshly harvested fruits, and various seasonal delicacies. The preparation and sharing of these foods are essential parts of the celebration.

Folk Games: Many traditional Korean games and activities are enjoyed during Chuseok, such as archery, ssireum (Korean wrestling), and board games.

Hanbok: It's common for people to wear traditional Korean clothing, called hanbok, during Chuseok to show respect for the culture and heritage.

Gratitude and Reflection: Chuseok is not only a time for celebration but also an occasion for reflection on family, ancestors, and the importance of gratitude in Korean culture.