K-pop girl group SISTAR has sent Korean Thanksigivng Day’s greetings to fans.
SISTAR’s agency Starship Entertainment released photos of the girls greeting to fans in Korean traditional clothes, called ‘Hanbok,’ through the agency’s official Twitter account early this morning.
Along with the photos showing off the four girls’ feminine charms, the group who smashed music charts with “Give It To Me” wrote, “We appreciate all the support you have given us throughout this year, we hope you all have happy holiday.”
Chuseok is Korean Thanksgiving holiday, which takes place from September 18 to 20 this year. Koreans visit their family graves and their hometown to spend time with families.
Koreans like to wear Hanbok, traditional Korean clothes, on Chuseok as well as Lunar New Year’s Day, called ‘Seollal.’
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