Today, we celebrate Children's Day in Korea, a significant holiday that honors the rights and well-being of children. This day is observed annually on May 5th!
Here are some interesting facts about this holiday:
Please note that our offices in Korea and Japan will be closed in observance of this holiday! Happy Children's Day!
Hey eveeryone, 🎈
Today's Children's Day in Korea and Japan, a special day dedicated to celebrating the joys of childhood and promoting their rights and well-being! 🇰🇷🇯🇵👶🎉
About this fun holiday:
Just a heads up, our offices in both Korea and Japan will be taking a little break to join in the celebrations. Here's to a heartwarming Children's Day! 🎊
People Team 🌟
Today, we celebrate Children's Day in Korea and Japan, a holiday observed on May 5th!
Please note, our offices in Korea and Japan will be closed in observance of this holiday. Happy Children's Day!
We are writing to remind you of the upcoming Children's Day holiday, which is just about a week away.
Please note that this holiday is observed in certain countries where our offices are based. As such, colleagues in these locations will be out of office in observance of this special day. We kindly ask that you plan your schedules and tasks accordingly to accommodate this.
If you have any questions or need further clarification, please do not hesitate to reach out!
Children's Day, known as "어린이날" in Korea and "こどもの日" in Japan, is a festive occasion dedicated to celebrating the joy, vitality, and hopes of young children. Originating in Korea and later adopted by Japan, this day is marked with family outings, special events, and even the raising of carp-shaped flags in Japan, symbolizing a child's growth and success.
In a globally-connected work environment, recognizing and celebrating international holidays and observances like Children's Day can help with not only fostering inclusivity and appreciation for diverse cultures but also enriching the overall workplace atmosphere by bringing in global perspectives and stories. Celebrating global holidays enhances mutual respect, understanding, and collaboration among employees from various backgrounds.
Some ideas for celebrating Children's Day at work: