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South Korea Business Holidays: 2019




Searching for the public holidays in South Korea? All public holidays in South Korea are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the South Korea employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to South Korea and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019
1 January New Year's Day (신정(新正), Sin-jeong)
1 March Independence(Declaration) Day
5 May Children's Day (어린이날, Uh-lin-e-nal)
6 June Memorial Day (현충일, Hyeon-chung-il)
17 July Constitution Day (제헌절, Je-heon-jeol)
15 August Liberation Day (광복절, Gwang-bok-jeol)
3 October National Foundation Day (개천절, Gae-cheon-jeol)
25 December Christmas (성탄절, Sung-tan-jeol)
2020
1 January New Year's Day (신정(新正), Sin-jeong)
1 March Independence(Declaration) Day
5 May Children's Day (어린이날, Uh-lin-e-nal)
6 June Memorial Day (현충일, Hyeon-chung-il)
17 July Constitution Day (제헌절, Je-heon-jeol)
15 August Liberation Day (광복절, Gwang-bok-jeol)
3 October National Foundation Day (개천절, Gae-cheon-jeol)
25 December Christmas (성탄절, Sung-tan-jeol)
2021
1 January New Year's Day (신정(新正), Sin-jeong)
1 March Independence(Declaration) Day
5 May Children's Day (어린이날, Uh-lin-e-nal)
6 June Memorial Day (현충일, Hyeon-chung-il)
17 July Constitution Day (제헌절, Je-heon-jeol)
15 August Liberation Day (광복절, Gwang-bok-jeol)
3 October National Foundation Day (개천절, Gae-cheon-jeol)
25 December Christmas (성탄절, Sung-tan-jeol)