This Question Came to My In Box: If a baby is born on December 31 in Korea, then why are they considered to be 2 years old on January 1st, the next day? — American in Korea

Considering a baby born on December 31 as two years old on January 1st actually has a couple of different reasons behind it. It goes back to three different things: 1) the traditional Korean calendar is different from ours. 2) The young people are borrowing our New Year’s holiday. 3) The way they count age […]

via This Question Came to My In Box: If a baby is born on December 31 in Korea, then why are they considered to be 2 years old on January 1st, the next day? — American in Korea.

 

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1 Response to This Question Came to My In Box: If a baby is born on December 31 in Korea, then why are they considered to be 2 years old on January 1st, the next day? — American in Korea

  1. Pingback: American in Korea – Featured Blogger of the Week November 22, 2019 | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

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