Source: Chosun (Seoul)
South Korea's Astronomy and Space Science Institute confirmed the 2010 dates for the Seol-nal (lunar New Year) and Chuseok (harvest festival) public holidays, with Seol-nal falling on a Sunday.
This means that in 2010, as is the case in 2009, 4 of South Korea's public holidays will be "lost" as they fall on Sundays, unless a recently introduced bill (09-Dec-2008) is passed, giving South Koreans a Monday day in lieu when an official public holiday falls on a Sunday.
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