Source: Yonhap News Agency (Seoul)
The South Korean Ministry of Public Administration and Security announced the official dates of 2017 South Korean annual non-working public holidays, including those that are based on the Korean lunar calendar, and those 2017 South Korean public holidays which fall on a Sunday.
As was the case with the announcements of the past 4 years (12-Dec-2014, 23-Sep-2013 and 11-Dec-2012), the aforementioned announcement of the official dates of 2017 South Korean annual non-working public holidays, does not include the dates of any elections, but it confirms the restoration of Hangeul Day, on October 9, as a non-working public holiday (07-Nov-2012).
The announced the official dates of 2017 South Korean annual non-working public holidays follow the "Substitute Holiday Bill", passed 3 years ago (03-May-2013), which automatically declares a one-off day in lieu non-working public holiday on the Mondays which follow an annual non-working public holiday falling on a Sunday. These changes will, initially, be limited to the South Korean public sector, and do not provide for a day in lieu for public holidays that fall on a Saturday, even though Saturdays are officially non-working days since July 2005 (21-Jun-2005).
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