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The basic concept of the Jesa table setting is putting food that the ancestors enjoyed when they were alive. Sometimes Koreans put fried chicken or tteokbokki, or like the bread featured in Ep. 4 of “Hometown Cha Cha Cha”

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Have you seen the colorful and fancy paint on the traditional Korean architects such as Gyeongbokgung Palace? It is 'dancheong (단청)' and it's a major traditional architectural feature in Korea.

Saengseontwigim 생선튀김 or fried fish. Typically, jogi is cooked for Chuseok. Jogi is a yellow croaker fish that has been gutted, dried, and salted. They’re often used in soups, stews, steamed dishes, or pan-fried without any additional seasonings.

To greet someone during Chuseok, you may say 추석 잘 보내세요 (chuseok jal bonaesaeyo). This means “Have a good Chuseok.” This is like saying “Happy Thanksgiving” in English.

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[Bridges in Korea Part 2] Due to the geographical features of Korea, with three sides adjoining the sea, there are many large and unique bridges that have been built on the country's rivers and seas.

[Bridges in Korea Part 1] Due to the geographical features of Korea, with three sides adjoining the sea, there are many large and unique bridges that have been built on the country's rivers and seas.

Delicious fruits are in abundance during this season as the harvest festival or Chuseok draws near. You’ll find the more traditional fruits like Korean pears, apples, jujubes, persimmons, and dried fruit all around Korea.

"Park Rehyun Retrospective" journeys through the world of one of the most prominent women painters of the 20th century, whose life was dedicated to experimental art. Watch it here: Videos courtesy of MMCA.

[DolHareubang Part 2] Who knows about this sculpture with big eyes, a large bulbous nose, a firmly closed mouth, two hands neatly placed on a round belly, and a bucket hat on its head?

[DolHareubang Part 2] Who knows about this sculpture with big eyes, a large bulbous nose, a firmly closed mouth, two hands neatly placed on a round belly, and a bucket hat on its head?

[DolHareubang Part 1] Who knows about this sculpture with big eyes, a large bulbous nose, a firmly closed mouth, two hands neatly placed on a round belly, and a bucket hat on its head?

[DolHareubang Part 1] Who knows about this sculpture with big eyes, a large bulbous nose, a firmly closed mouth, two hands neatly placed on a round belly, and a bucket hat on its head?

Jaesasang may seem like a usual table setup, but a lot is actually involved in it. The most important of which is the shrine where the memorial tablet known as a shinwi, a written prayer, and also a photo of the deceased person must be seen.

Jaesasang may seem like a usual table setup, but a lot is actually involved in it. The most important of which is the shrine where the memorial tablet known as a shinwi, a written prayer, and also a photo of the deceased person must be seen.

What kind of thoughts come up in your mind when you see a Jesa (제사) scene in K-Dramas that you’ve watched?