Happy Chuseok Byunghun!

We’re really really missing you Byunghun-ssi! 

이병헌 씨 행복한 추석 보내세요!

Wishing you all the best filming in New Orleans & be happy always!

Source: theholidayzone.com

Sometimes referred to as the “Korean Thanksgiving,” Chuseok (also transliterated as Chusok, Chu’sok, and Chu’seok) is actually a harvest celebration. Chuseok falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month, the day of the full moon referred to as the “harvest moon.” In fact, the word “Chuseok” may be translated as “Harvest Moon Festival.” Because Chuseok follows the lunar calendar, its place on the solar (Gregorian) calendar varies from year to year.

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