2 Things to Know About Korean Thanksgiving Day, The Chuseok 2023

Chuseok Korean Rush Hour

In 2023, Korean Thanksgiving Day “Chuseok” is on August 29, 2023

There are two things to know about Korean Thanksgiving Day, the Chuseok 2023.

#1 — October 2, 2023 is officially designated as a temporary public holiday

The South Korean government decided to declare a temporary holiday on October 2, making Chuseok holidays up to 6 days. The decision is to ensure people’s right to get rest, boost domestic demand and encourage more Chuseok-related hometown visits.

#2 — The Discounts On The Road

During the Chuseok holiday (September 28-October 1, 2023), highway tolls will be waived and local government and public parking lots will be open to public.

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