Today is Gwangbokjeol Here in Korea!

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August 15 is a public holiday so we had a long weekend the gym is close too which makes me happy (hehe).  I am not really enjoying the gym these past few days because my back bothers me.

Anyway you might ask what is Gwangbokjeol it literally means “Restoration of Light Day” to make it short its Liberation Day it commemorates Victory over Japan Day, which liberated Korea from colonial rule. The South Korean government was created three years later, on August 13, 1948, when Syngman Rhee was sworn in as the first President of South Korea and Gwangbokjeol was officially designated a public holiday on October 1, 1949.

We’d watched an Indian horror movie a while ago entitled “Haunted” was not able to watch it fully because I am kinda busy blogging.

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