Today, we celebrate National Foundation Day, a significant holiday in Korea. This day commemorates the founding of the Korean nation by the legendary Dangun Wanggeom in 2333 BC.
About this holiday:
Please note that our offices in Korea will be closed today.
Happy Korean National Foundation Day!
Hey everyone, 🌏
Today, we're celebrating National Foundation Day in Korea! 🇰🇷 This holiday, also known as Gaecheonjeol, is celebrated annually on October 3rd.
Here are some fun facts about this special day:
Please note that our offices in countries observing this holiday, including South Korea, will be out of office today.
Let's take a moment to appreciate the rich history and culture of our colleagues in Korea. Happy National Foundation Day! 🎊
Today, we celebrate National Foundation Day in Korea, observed annually on October 3rd. Here are some interesting facts about this holiday:
Please note, our offices in South Korea will be closed in observance of this holiday. We encourage everyone to take this opportunity to learn more about Korean culture and history.
We are writing to remind you that Korean National Foundation Day is coming up in about a week.
Please note that our offices based in Korea will be closed in observance of this holiday. We kindly ask you to plan your work and communication accordingly.
National Foundation Day, also known as Gaecheonjeol, is a national holiday in South Korea celebrated annually on October 3rd. This day commemorates the legendary formation of the first Korean state, Gojoseon, in 2333 BC by Dangun Wanggeom. It is a public holiday in South Korea, and businesses and schools are closed to observe the day.
Recognizing and celebrating diverse holidays like National Foundation Day in global teams is crucial for fostering inclusivity and respect. It helps to acknowledge the cultural heritage of team members, promoting understanding and unity. Moreover, it can also provide an opportunity for learning and broadening perspectives about different cultures and traditions.