South Korea Public 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)