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What do people eat on the first day of the Korean new year?

Korean nationality is mainly distributed in the Korean Peninsula, China, the United States, Japan and other regions. It is the main nationality of Korea and South Korea. What are the traditional festivals of the Korean people? Of course, the Korean nationality also has the Spring Festival with a similar meaning to the Chinese Han nationality. They call the Spring Festival the first day of the year! What are the customs of the Korean Spring Festival? reads the relevant stories about the Korean New Year's day for you!

How will the Korean people spend the Spring Festival

New year's day, the Spring Festival, is the most festive festival of the Korean people in a year.

In the early morning of the first day of the year, the crowing of chickens broke the dawn and began to pay New Year's greetings. After breakfast, give new year's greetings to the old man and his neighbors.

On the morning of the first day, we usually eat rice with rice cakes or rhubarb, and all kinds of fish, meat, vegetables and mountain vegetables. In the past, men drank special "TSU Su 'wine, which was a medicinal wine made from Platycodon grandiflorum, windbreak and mountain pepper. It was believed that this wine could be used to prevent evil spirits and prolong life, and now changed to Baijiu, fruit wine or rice wine.

For lunch and dinner, we should eat a kind of food called 'degu'. Degu is a kind of cake soup. After steaming the rice noodles, mash them into large sticky balls, rub them into round strips, cut them into thin slices, put them in chicken soup or beef soup, and put sesame oil or laver on them. If you put two or three dumplings with meat filling in 'degu', it is called 'man degu'.

During the day, there are tug of war competitions between villages. Teenagers shoot arrows or fight 'stone wars', girls jump board and children fly kites. In the evening, guessing puzzles, playing cards and playing hide and seek often stay up all night.

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