Harmony in Tradition: Celebrating Chuseok and the Mid-Autumn Festival with House of Dohwa Workshop
Dive into the enchanting world of Chuseok and the Mid-Autumn Festival, where tradition meets celebration. Join us on a journey as we explore the vibrant festivities and discover the secrets of Korean hanbang skincare with House of Dohwa, complete with an immersive Korean Hangul writing workshop.


About Chuseok Celebration

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Happy Chuseok & Happy Mid-Autumn Festival

Chuseok is one of the biggest holidays in Korea. It is sometimes referred to as “Korean Thanksgiving” because it’s a special time for family, friends, and food. It is a major mid-autumn harvest festival and a three-day holiday in South Korea celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar on the full moon. It's also known as Mid-Autumn Festival in China and Tết Trung Thu in Viet Nam. Uncover the cultural tapestry woven into Chuseok, South Korea's harvest festival. Explore the customs, traditional foods, and family gatherings that make this holiday a time of gratitude and reflection.

Songpyeon is one of the essential dishes for Chuseok - a small, crescent-shaped, often colourful, rice cake that contains red beans, chestnuts, jujubes, powdered sesame, or just brown sugar. Traditionally, families would gather round and make songpyeon. Come and enjoy complimentary Songpyeon at our store.

Embark on a cross-cultural exploration by delving into the Mid-Autumn Festival, celebrated across East Asia. Discover the significance of mooncakes, lanterns, and the beautiful symbolism surrounding this celestial event at Glam Touch Bloomsbury store.


House of Dohwa Skincare Workshop

Dive into the House of Dohwa, a haven for Korean traditional skincare enthusiasts. Learn the time-honored beauty rituals passed down through generations and experience the art of creating skincare products using natural ingredients.

Korean Hangul Writing Workshop

Immerse yourself in the elegance of the Korean script with a hands-on Hangul writing workshop. Uncover the beauty and history behind each character, gaining a deeper appreciation for the language that ties together Korean culture.

As we wrap up our journey through Chuseok, the Mid-Autumn Festival, and the House of Dohwa, we find a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity. From heartfelt celebrations to nurturing your skin and embracing the art of language, this experience offers a glimpse into the multifaceted beauty of Korean culture.

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