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Happy New Year from the East! Korea has met the year 2012! (0 Comments and 1 Reaction)

2012/01/02 Source

Happy New Year! At the beginning of each year, many people make New Year's Resolutions. Have you made yours for 2012? We are sure many of you have! The pictures of below are the view of Korea's New Year.

As you can see, this is the one of common way Koreans celebrate their New Year at Jongno in Seoul.

(The view of Korea's Happy New Year Celebration at Seoul Art Center)

According to Lunar calender of Korea, the year of 2012 is Black Dragon's Year. The black represents 'water' and the dragon represents 'strength'. The year of the "black dragon" is the bring a stronger and better energy than the year before, so we that in 2012 AT&D Korea will be able have stronger and greater content for everyone to enjoy!

Let's anticipate and wait for good energy and an even happier year in 2012. Thank you and Happy New Year from Korea!

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