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BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan Suyeong-gu will host the 9th Annual traditional coming-of-age ceremony in Suyeong Historical Park, May 10th, at 2 p.m. 

The ceremony has spanned three centuries from the Three Countries of Korea Era. 20 men and women will participate in the ceremony that day. 

The ceremony will be hosted by Yea Jong-won. The ceremony will put on a yoo-geun and dopo to the man and put on an ornamental hairpin and hairdress on a woman also known as the samgarae. There will also be a portion of chorae, which teaches traditional customs on drinking alcohol or tea. The ceremony will also feature gacharae and announce the final proclamation of adulthood. 

Source: Busan eFM News

Coming of Age Ceremony Set for May 2


BUSAN, South Korea — Busan Suyeong-gu will host the 9th Annual traditional coming-of-age ceremony in Suyeong Historical Park, May 10th, at 2 p.m. 

The ceremony has spanned three centuries from the Three Countries of Korea Era. 20 men and women will participate in the ceremony that day. 

The ceremony will be hosted by Yea Jong-won. The ceremony will put on a yoo-geun and dopo to the man and put on an ornamental hairpin and hairdress on a woman also known as the samgarae. There will also be a portion of chorae, which teaches traditional customs on drinking alcohol or tea. The ceremony will also feature gacharae and announce the final proclamation of adulthood. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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