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It may be the last day of Chuseok celebrations, but some of your favorite idols are still making the most of the Korean Thanksgiving holiday. Take a look at today’s best:
— Infinite dressed up in full hanbok attire and sent out a special video (see below) greeting to their fans. Woohyun, 22, stands out in particular as constantly raises and poses his arms above his head to form what he calls a “Thanksgiving Heart”.
— JYJ’s Junsu is spending the Korean national holiday in Japan — where he is currently on tour — with his brothers, including twin Junho. “It’s been a while but I’m spending Chuseok with my older brother overseas^^” he wrote.
— Singer Lim Kim wore an exquisite hanbok piece and took a bow for the camera. “Chuseok is particularly important because you get together with your family,” she said, but added that she was sad to spend the holidays without her father who is in the US.
— Girls’ Generation cuties Seohyun and Hyoyeon also got dressed up and sent out an Instagram greeting. Sunny also chimed in with her own traditional pic, wishing everyone a pleasant thanksgiving with family or partners “under the full moon”.
— For their loyal “E.L.F.” fans, Super Junior — who are about to travel to Germany — continued to send out individual greetings. Donghae posted a selfie on his Instagram, while Yesung voiced his greetings on Twitter: “Have a happy Chuseok! Chuseok Chuseok^^”
— Hyungsik of boy band ZE:A offered his festive sentiments from the Rocky Mountains in Seattle, Canada, where he is filming a commercial. Despite battling bad phone signal issues, he managed to send a photo and message.
– After School’s Nana aimed her greetings at the Electroboyz, whose single “Ma Boy 3” she sung on earlier in the year. “Fighting!” she said in a handwritten message to the group. “Hope it’s a smash hit^^”
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— Rainbow’s Jisook greeted fans with a photo of her and the band mates sat together making delicious handmade songpyeon (Korean traditional rice cake) in honour of the thanksgiving festival.
— Dal Shabet enjoyed their first vacation in three years and celebrated by dressing up in bright hanboks and posting a photo and video.