Independence Movement Day Memorial Event
Independence Movement Day (Samiljeol) is a national holiday commemorating nonviolent demonstrations for independence which began on March 1st, 1919 during the Japanese colonial period. Starting in Seoul, the demonstrations lasted until early April with the participation of almost all Koreans nationwide. Koreans abroad also demonstrated all over the world, making known their will for independence. To commemorate this day, the Independence Hall of Korea holds a large-scale reenactment of the Movement along with other performances and hands-on events.
Held every year on March 1st
Children’s Day Event
Children’s Day is a state holiday observed on May 5th to cherish children’s personalities and promote their happiness. The Independence Hall of Korea hosts various performances and hands-on events targeted towards children.
Held every year on May 5th
Liberation Day Celebration Event
Liberation Day commemorates the liberation of Korea from Japanese colonial rule on August 15th, 1945. Ceremonies, special exhibits, and performances of various kinds are held as this is the largest event put on by the Independence Hall of Korea.
Held every year on August 15th
Fall Cultural Zone
When fall comes, the Independence Hall of Korea welcomes the change in season and the beauty of the autumn leaves by holding a music concert, performances, and hands-on events for families.
Held every year in early-mid October