Today, we celebrate Liberation Day, a significant holiday in Korea. This day marks the end of Japanese colonial rule in 1945 and the establishment of the Korean government in 1948.
About this day:
Please note that our offices in countries observing this holiday, specifically South Korea, will be closed today.
Hey everyone, 🌏
Today, we're celebrating Liberation Day in Korea, also known as Gwangbokjeol! 🎉 This special day is observed every year on August 15th.
About this holiday:
Please note that our colleagues in countries observing this holiday, specifically South Korea, will be out of office today.
Enjoy the rest of your day and let's take a moment to appreciate the significance of this day in history.
Today, we celebrate Liberation Day in Korea, observed annually on August 15th. Here are some interesting facts about this significant holiday:
Please note, our offices in South Korea will be closed in observance of this holiday. We encourage everyone to take a moment to appreciate the significance of this day.
We hope this message finds you well. We are writing to remind you that Korean Liberation Day is coming up in about a week.
Please note that our offices in Korea will be closed in observance of this holiday. Please plan your work schedules and communications accordingly.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to your respective managers or the People Team.
Liberation Day of Korea, also known as Gwangbokjeol, is a holiday celebrated annually on August 15 in both South and North Korea. It commemorates Victory over Japan Day, when U.S. and Allied forces ended Japanese colonial rule in 1945. In South Korea, it is a national holiday and people are given the day off work.
Recognizing and celebrating diverse holidays like Liberation Day of Korea in global teams is crucial for fostering inclusivity and respect. It helps to create a sense of belonging among team members from different cultural backgrounds. Moreover, it provides an opportunity for learning and understanding the historical and cultural significance of these holidays, thereby promoting cultural sensitivity and global awareness.