* 2012 Seollal (Lunar New Year) holiday period: January 22-24
Seollal is one of the most celebrated holidays in Korea. January 1 on the lunar calendar, Seollal, this year, falls on January 23 on the Gregorian calendar. Seollal usually lasts for three days: the day of Seollal, the day before, and the day after. During the three-day holiday period, many businesses operate on a different schedule, or even close.
Below is a list of Seollal holiday schedules for popular tourist attractions in and around Seoul. To find out holiday schedules for other tourist attractions across the Korea, please feel free to call the 24-hour tourist information hotline, 1330 tt call center(+82-2-1330).
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※ The above schedules are subject to change.