Drinking in South Korea has been considered to be vital to their culture. It has been a way to get to know people you just met, to bond with your friends, to loosen up after a hard day’s work, and even to get more acquainted with your co-workers.
You might be asking, why are Koreans a year older than the Western age?
Well, the thing is…
We all know that a death anniversary (or deathday) is the anniversary of a person’s death or in simple terms, it is the opposite of birthday.
It is a traditional custom in several Asian cultures, including Korea as well as in other places with significant overseas Korean populations, to observe the anniversary on which a family member or other significant individual passed away.
There are also similar memorial services that are held at different intervals, such as every week.
Jeju-do is the largest Island of Korea. It is also the ONLY Special Self-Governing province of South Korea which means that the government of Jeju is allowed to make its own rules about the medical and education policy to encourage foreign investment.