Social

Options

Advertisements

2014: South Korea

South Korea National public holidays of South Korea in 2014

DayDateHolidayComments
Wednesday January 01 New Years Day
Thursday January 30 Korean New Year Usually in early February; three-day consecutive holidays
Friday January 31 Korean New Year Usually in early February; three-day consecutive holidays
Saturday February 01 Korean New Year Usually in early February; three-day consecutive holidays
Saturday March 01 March 1st Movement
Thursday May 01 Labour Day
Monday May 05 Childrens Day
Tuesday May 06 Buddhas Birthday Usually in late May.
Friday June 06 Memorial Day
Thursday July 17 Constitution Day Celebrates the declaration of the Constitution in 1948
Friday August 15 Liberation Day
Sunday September 07 Harvest Festival Usually in late September; three-day consecutive holidays.
Monday September 08 Harvest Festival Usually in late September; three-day consecutive holidays.
Tuesday September 09 Harvest Festival Usually in late September; three-day consecutive holidays.
Wednesday September 10 Harvest Festival. Extended due to first day falling on a Sunday
Friday October 03 National Foundation Day
Thursday October 09 Hangeul Day Korean alphabet day.
Thursday December 25 Christmas Day

Key

National Holiday
Not a Public Holiday

Notes

  • Until the middle of 2014, Holidays are observed on their calendar date. If the date of a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, then the holiday will not be moved to a weekday.
  • The Korean government has announced that from the second half of 2014 onwards, if the date of Seollal, Chuseok, or Children's Day falls on Sunday, then the holiday will be extended to Monday.

Other Years


Translate this page

             
Powered by Google