We would like to take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate Hangul Day, a significant holiday in Korea. This day is dedicated to the Korean alphabet, Hangul, and its historical and cultural significance.
About Hangul Day:
Please note that our offices in South Korea and any other countries that observe this holiday will be out of office today. We encourage everyone to take a moment to appreciate the diversity and richness of our global team.
Hey everyone! 🌏
Let's shine a spotlight on Hangul Day, a wonderful celebration in Korea dedicated to the beauty and significance of their unique alphabet, Hangul.
Hangul Day Highlights: 📖
Our colleagues in South Korea are off today. Let’s embrace this day and appreciate the cultural tapestry that makes our team so special! 💙
Happy Hangul Day!
Today, we celebrate Hangul Day in Korea, observed annually on October 9th.
• Hangul Day commemorates the creation and proclamation of the Korean alphabet by King Sejong in 1446.
• It's a day of national pride, celebrating Korean language and culture.
• Traditionally, Koreans participate in literacy events and Hangul writing competitions.
Please note, our offices in South Korea will be closed in observance of this holiday. Happy Hangul Day!
We hope this message finds you well. We are writing to remind you of the upcoming holiday, Hangul Day, which will be observed in about a week.
Please note that our offices located in Korea will be closed in observance. We kindly ask that you plan your work schedules and communications accordingly to accommodate this closure.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
Hangul Day, also known as Korean Alphabet Day, is a national holiday in South Korea celebrated on October 9th. It commemorates the creation and proclamation of the Korean alphabet, Hangul, by the 15th-century Korean monarch Sejong the Great. In South Korea, it is a public holiday, while in North Korea, it is observed on January 15th without a day off.
Recognizing and celebrating diverse holidays like Hangul Day in global teams is crucial for fostering inclusivity and respect for different cultures. It not only enhances cultural understanding but also promotes a sense of belonging among team members from different backgrounds. It can also serve as an educational opportunity to learn about different traditions and histories.
Ideas for celebrating Hangul Day at work could include: