saehae bog man-i badeuseyo!


It’s been a while, everyone. This is Min.


Korea is currently in the midst of the Lunar New Year holidays.


On Seollal, all the family members get together and make various dishes, such as Tteokguk (떡국), a soup containing rice balls, and Jeon (전), and eat them together, just like Japanese people eat Ozoni on New Year’s Day.


Then, they greet the adults in the house with a New Year’s greeting called “sebae” (세배) and receive a sebedong (세뱃돈 – New Year’s gift).

因みに、セベ(세배)をするときの挨拶の言葉は「セヘボクマニバドゥセヨ(새해 복 많이 받으세요 新年、沢山の幸運が訪れますように)」と言います。

Btw, the greeting phrase for sebae (세배) is “saehae bog man-i badeuseyo (새해 복 많이 받으세요) – May the New Year bring you lots of good luck.


It is usually used as a word to mark the beginning of the year, like “Happy New Year”.


It’s a fun time of year to be very lively with your family, but it’s also a time to eat lots of delicious food and get fat kek.


It’s already February, and like the New Year’s greeting, “May good fortune come to you,” I sincerely hope that many wonderful things will happen to you.


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