Black Day

In South Korea, singles celebrate Black Day on April 14th by eating “jajangmyeon–the Korean interpretation of a Chinese recipe for noodles coated with a chunky dark sauce of pork, onions, black beans, sugar and MSG.”  This is to make up for those who were forgotten on Valentine’s Day and White Day.  Groups of singles celebrate together while wearing and accessorizing in all black.

Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop

Dinner for One

Reuter’s “South Korea’s Black Day for Love” by Jon Herskovitz (4/14/2008)

Official Site of Korean “Fun & Romantic Holidays in Korea” by Korean Tourism Organization

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