LUNAR NEW YEAR - How Koreans Celebrate (KWOW #76)

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  1. daniel seo

    daniel seo17 hari yang lalu

    2020 anyone

  2. Forever Army

    Forever Army8 bulan yang lalu

    Thanks tr

  3. LoveTheMusic765

    LoveTheMusic76510 bulan yang lalu

    Learned a lot in these 5 mins 😍😃

  4. •《 Eunåe Edits 》•

    •《 Eunåe Edits 》•10 bulan yang lalu

    Correct, this is how we celebrate it. :) I’m Korean.

  5. Z Aaron

    Z Aaron11 bulan yang lalu

    Soon, you korean will kiss China's ass again! Cause that is the only reason your people exist 2000years

  6. judith javinar

    judith javinarTahun Yang lalu

    칠십육

  7. Sunny X BTS

    Sunny X BTSTahun Yang lalu

    Im watching this 2018 . . When will the lunar new year?

  8. Lina Hassan

    Lina HassanTahun Yang lalu

    this video was very helpful thank you,

  9. Ben Shahabi

    Ben Shahabi2 tahun yang lalu

    설 날 тнеrе тнатs пеш уеаr шоrd iп коrеап

  10. AmalStyle

    AmalStyle2 tahun yang lalu

    In 2013 korean lunar year is my birthday feb 10

  11. Sahiba Seyed

    Sahiba Seyed2 tahun yang lalu

    I love Korea

  12. cutieyg

    cutieyg2 tahun yang lalu

    JEON ADADSGSGGS

  13. 릴양갱

    릴양갱2 tahun yang lalu

    i love u that u said lunar new year not chinese new year

  14. Ye Yuan

    Ye Yuan3 bulan yang lalu

    It's CHINESE NEW YEAR!

  15. Z Aaron

    Z Aaron11 bulan yang lalu

    You guys trying so hard to prove something not exist

  16. snoopy1702

    snoopy17023 tahun yang lalu

    Your videos are so funny! I am finally going to sub!

  17. Griffyn Griwitz

    Griffyn Griwitz3 tahun yang lalu

    Korean traditional new year? ROFL.

  18. GoldieParadise

    GoldieParadise3 tahun yang lalu

    0:15 EPISODE NUMBER: SHOO SHOO GOO! XD

  19. Greyed Out G59

    Greyed Out G593 tahun yang lalu

    *comes to video hoping D.Va gets a new skin*

  20. BDK Frosty

    BDK Frosty3 tahun yang lalu

    Hana Song aye you got your wish! And I'm Pretty happy myself as a dva main on ps4

  21. 큐

    큐3 tahun yang lalu

    malaysia chinese do celebrate lunar new year too😁

  22. Adrianne Toyer

    Adrianne Toyer3 tahun yang lalu

    Im LDS or Mormon which means I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ

  23. Vocaloid Media

    Vocaloid Media3 tahun yang lalu

    in Philippines "Jegichagi" is called "Sipa" or in English "Kick"

  24. Andrew Walk

    Andrew Walk3 tahun yang lalu

    What about 2016?

  25. Yeppeoyo Star

    Yeppeoyo Star3 tahun yang lalu

    +Andrew Walk maybe you already found out, but it was 8 February 2016 :)

  26. Milica Vukmir

    Milica Vukmir4 tahun yang lalu

    Korean new year 2014 was on my birth day!

  27. Connor Ward

    Connor Ward4 tahun yang lalu

    @ Isabel Teixeira It's very confusing to a Western point of view :P in many countries like Vietnam & Korea, during the New Year its concidered a birthday for everyone, yeah its confusing. xD

  28. Isabel Teixeira

    Isabel Teixeira4 tahun yang lalu

    I'm confused, so koreans don't celebrate their birthdays? Or they add two year in one year? Because we learn how to sing happy birthday in korean ... Someone can explain for me please? Sorry my english ^^

  29. Marika Alpis

    Marika Alpis4 tahun yang lalu

    +Isabel Teixeira also, from what I saw at the video, you age on the day that the year changes by the lunar calendar after you eat the rice cake soup with your family. (im not very sure about the last one)

  30. Marika Alpis

    Marika Alpis4 tahun yang lalu

    +Isabel Teixeira when you're born, you are 1 years old because you were in your mum's tummy for 9 whole months. But after the new year comes, you add one year to your age. For example, a friend of mine was born in the 28th of december so she was 1 year old , but after 3 days, she became 2 years old. So i think that on your bday you just celebrate that that day was the day you were born or something like that

  31. redfullpack

    redfullpack4 tahun yang lalu

    the 7th Day of Chinese New Year is everyone's birthday. Is this the same for Korea Soellal too?

  32. ktkska 888

    ktkska 8884 tahun yang lalu

    All talk & no show. Since you're so ugly, please don't do close up.

  33. MbabaziDee

    MbabaziDee5 tahun yang lalu

    I will b there this Feb I wish I could b in a home n experience that

  34. RuRu Yang

    RuRu Yang5 tahun yang lalu

    Is it wrong for a non-korean to celebrate lunar new year in America or is it ok.

  35. 릴양갱

    릴양갱2 tahun yang lalu

    if that non-korean think they r asian themselves

  36. Lena ?

    Lena ?3 tahun yang lalu

    why should you do it

  37. TC ZB

    TC ZB5 tahun yang lalu

    Yeah tibet:D

  38. 何星星

    何星星6 tahun yang lalu

    Tibet belongs to China

  39. user17648373727

    user1764837372711 bulan yang lalu

    何星星 yes it does but they have their own way to celebrate it!

  40. Kochigachi

    Kochigachi3 tahun yang lalu

    Says China lol

  41. lakenvelder0pandora

    lakenvelder0pandora6 tahun yang lalu

    Godori looks like Hanafuda! Love that game!

  42. GuemJanDiFighting

    GuemJanDiFighting6 tahun yang lalu

    I love sungpyeon and gongi XD

  43. Mrok

    Mrok6 tahun yang lalu

    Do Japanese celebrate Lunar New Year like China and Korea?? I've heard that Japanese cancelled Lunar New Year since Meiji Revolution...

  44. brahma sampanno

    brahma sampannoTahun Yang lalu

    they changed to solar calender, since they prefer sun than moon

  45. Amberlyn

    Amberlyn6 tahun yang lalu

    So I know that because of the fact everyone ages at once during this ceremony, everyone in Korea is regarded a year older than they are, but I have a two part question: I was wondering when this sets in - is it when you're a baby? So even if you were born in December, and the Lunar New Year fell in January, despite being 1 month old, you're now a year old? And if so, when telling others the child's age are they 1 year old, or 1 month old? Or both?

  46. Charles Milner

    Charles Milner6 tahun yang lalu

    Ive heard of Yutnori before

  47. Navin Harin

    Navin Harin6 tahun yang lalu

    You should make DIYs and makeup tutorials

  48. the3lusive

    the3lusive6 tahun yang lalu

    Hi @sweetandtasty do you have a video explaining the games played during the Korean new year like Gonggi ?

  49. Henry Cee

    Henry Cee6 tahun yang lalu

    CAMBODIAAAA!

  50. Eddie Mac

    Eddie Mac6 tahun yang lalu

    Love your show, your Beauty always distracts me towards the end. Please do a segment on the Joseonjok, jungguk-in (Hangul: 중국인; Hanja: 中國人, "Chinese people"): As compared to Korean Americans (jaemi gyopo, "Brothers and sisters in America") or Koreans in Japan (jaeil gyopo, "Brothers and sisters in Japan").[ Actually I would like you to explain all three questions

  51. theMusicFairy1

    theMusicFairy16 tahun yang lalu

    새해 복 많이 받으세요 to you too

  52. MegaTENFOLD

    MegaTENFOLD6 tahun yang lalu

    Lol. "Starcraft" XD

  53. Rae Koleen Olaes

    Rae Koleen Olaes6 tahun yang lalu

    I'm a Christian :D

  54. starsara Nm

    starsara Nm6 tahun yang lalu

    From what I've heard around $175 - $200 The pricing may vary depending on the kind of material and whether you buy it as a set (Jeogori, Chima, underskirt and matching shoes) :)

  55. Taenganster

    Taenganster6 tahun yang lalu

    so what is the price (cost), estimate?

  56. starsara Nm

    starsara Nm6 tahun yang lalu

    Hanboks are usually pretty expensive :)

  57. terrapinman

    terrapinman6 tahun yang lalu

    Seotaeji. Korean singer

  58. Taenganster

    Taenganster6 tahun yang lalu

    How much is those Hanbok cost? Both Male and Female.....

  59. Hieu Pham

    Hieu Pham6 tahun yang lalu

    I am Việt

  60. maxmo jack collins

    maxmo jack collins6 tahun yang lalu

    4:15 'the younger generation normaly play video games and karioki. which i personaly dont have a problem with. ..starcraft...

  61. rip 2010

    rip 20106 tahun yang lalu

    I celebrated by lots of family food and firecrackers. My dad and his friends drink beer and talk while the women gamble. Kids play inside rooms.

  62. Rachel

    Rachel6 tahun yang lalu

    celebratory rites are different

  63. TheWinterHadPassed

    TheWinterHadPassed6 tahun yang lalu

    I'm doing a big school project about Korea. Your videos is a really good help! THANK YOU SO MUCH! *Bows*

  64. Amirdose

    Amirdose6 tahun yang lalu

    Starcraft!!!!!!!

  65. Chihiro Miyazaki

    Chihiro Miyazaki6 tahun yang lalu

    but id still like to see a kwow version of korean weddings instead of simon and martina

  66. Aiendreas

    Aiendreas6 tahun yang lalu

    Those annoying hipsters just try too hard,

  67. Dani J

    Dani J7 tahun yang lalu

    haha I wish i was xD Im a fangirl too, I Love Him and i love Team H :) do You like team h?? :D

  68. Simonetta241

    Simonetta2417 tahun yang lalu

    Seolal is so much fun, we celebrated seolal wit some korean acquaintances we ate korean food and ricecake soup, bowed to the elders, and we played Yutnori,Jegichagi and gongi, and all of the girls (including me) dressed up in hanbok

  69. Ayiyou yen

    Ayiyou yen7 tahun yang lalu

    Dr.OH !! i would like to know whether hanbok is expensive ? it look so nice ~ which i would like to keep one of it ~

  70. Haifa956

    Haifa9567 tahun yang lalu

    언니 세해복 많이 받으세요 ~

  71. purplerainb

    purplerainb7 tahun yang lalu

    앜ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ박명수닮앗뎈ㅋㅋㅋㅋ개웃김