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Celebrated in both North and South Korea, Hansik is the spring festival. It falls on April 5th, the 105th day of the Korean calendar. An ancient tradition of this day is the practice of only eating cold foods. Hansik occurs around the same time as Arbor Day around the world, so a new tradition is planting trees and shrubs.

  1. 1. What kind of foods do people eat on Hansik?
    1. a. Warm
    2. b. Cold
    3. c. Hot
  2. 2. Which day in the Korean calendar does Hansik fall on?
    1. a. 105th
    2. b. 110th
    3. c. 100th
  3. 3. Which country celebrates Hansik?
    1. a. South Korea
    2. b. North Korea
    3. c. Both