Korea Independence Day History
National Liberation Day celebrates the end of Imperial Japanese rule in Korea. This day is celebrated in both South and North Korea. In fact, it's the only Korean holiday celebrated by both countries. In South Korea, it's called Gwangbokjeol (the day the light returned). In North Korea, it's called Chogukhaebangŭi nal (liberation of the fatherland day).
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