In keeping with my theory that Korea has imported fun, gift-giving holidays from the West because its big native holidays revolve around dead ancestors or foreign invaders, we have Valentine's Day tomorrow. In Korea, the girlfriend or wife will give a present to her special man. On March 14th, "White Day," the opposite. So that's that, a small entry for today.
WAIT WE'RE NOT FINISHED. Actually the 14th of every month is a holiday of some sort, apparently. January 14th is Diary Day. April 14th is Black Day, of course, for the men and women who don't have someone to love. June 14th is Kiss Day, August 14th is Green Day, November 14th is Movie Day, and December 14th is Hug Day. To my knowledge none of these extra ones are celebrated, but let's be patient. And need further proof that my theory holds true? All the holidays' revolve around spending money and giving gifts, and all the holidays' names are hangeulized English.