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A chaesang-sogo dancer from the Korean Traditional Arts Society performs at Lunar New Year festiviites at Lougheed Town Centre on Saturday. Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year by spending time with family playing games, flying kites and eating traditional meals of seh bae, a soup made of thinly-sliced rice cakes or dumplings as well as duk gook. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
A chaesang-sogo dancer from the Korean Traditional Arts Society performs at Lunar New Year festiviites at Lougheed Town Centre on Saturday. Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year by spending time with family playing games, flying kites and eating traditional meals of seh bae, a soup made of thinly-sliced rice cakes or dumplings as well as duk gook.
— image credit: MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER

A chaesang-sogo dancer from the Korean Traditional Arts Society performs at Lunar New Year festiviites at Lougheed Town Centre on Saturday.

Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year by spending time with family playing games, flying kites and eating traditional meals of seh bae, a soup made of thinly-sliced rice cakes or dumplings as well as duk gook.

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