The Korean holiday called Chuseok is a celebration honoring the major harvest in autumn. The celebration is on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calender and is celebrated for three days. The celebration typically consists of going to your hometown to spend time with family and sharing a feast of traditional food.
I took this shot at school one day when the kids wore their hanboks (Korean traditional garb). They practiced ceremonies honoring their parents and grandparents then played games throughout the day. For me, seeing all the children dressed in their hanboks was like being in a time warp, seeing as how our school is in Gangnam.