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  • Olga Serebrennikova

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    This article is quite informative, thank you for sharing this information!
    Though the dates of the celebration are given for the past year, thus I’ve to mention that
    this year’s Chuseok is celebrated this weekend, 13-15 of September, 2019…

    Happy Chuseok!!

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    • editorial

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      Thank you! The correction has been made.

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  • PATRICIA FLIGINGER

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    A celebration of one nation benefits us all in the human family. Having experienced Chuseok while in Korea, I recall the reverence, excitement, and life-affirming energy that ripples through young and old. So grateful that you reminded us! Now we can easily share this with all our friends and family, wherever they are.

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  • Michael Balcomb

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    Happy Chuseok everyone! We have such fond memories of Chuseok with True Parents in days gone by ….

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