Happy Chuseok(Thanksgiving day) everyone! Chuseok is the second biggest national holiday after Sul(New year) in Korea. Before we go for four days break, Rolling Korea students tried some Chuseok foods mixed with quizzes and games!
Before the game, students gathered in the Global Lounge and learned what Chuseok is and what Koreans do during the holiday. We divided students into four groups with 10 Yupjun(Old Korean coin used before the 19th century). You can use 5 Yupjun to have a Korean quiz with four category - word, culture, number and verb. The group with a correct answer could get a Chuseok dish - Gimbab, Songpyun(rice ball with nuts and honey), Jun(light battered fish, meat and vegetable) and Korean fruit. A team can win a Yupjun for playing traditional games - Jegichagi and Gonggi.
Jun was the most popular dish of the day. It is light and perfect for a side dish. Like a saying "wish no more or less than Chuseok" Rolling Korea wishes you have a happy Chuseok!