South Korea and North Korea

A South Korean Christmas

South Korea has the most christians than any other asian country in the world so chirstmas is widely celebrated in South Korea.Unlike Japan, Christmas is an official public holiday so people take a day of work or the day off school or just go to work and school.


As most Christians do, they put up their christmas trees, leave cookies for Santa, put up lights in front of houses and most importantly share gifts around their family. Foods they eat in christmas includes popular Korean dishes such as sweet potato noodles, rice cake soup, barbecued beef (bulgogi), and spicy pickled cabbage (kimchi). Santa Claus can also be seen around Korea but he might be wearing red or blue! He's also known as 산타 클로스 (santa kullosu) or 산타 할아버지 (Santa Grandfather

North Korea

Christmas is not celebrated in North Korea because Chirstmas is a western thing and North Korea hates the western countries

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