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South Koreans release paper lanterns to celebrate the first full moon of the Lunar New Year, in Yongin, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 6, 2012. According to the lunar calendar, the first full moon falls on Monday, Feb. 6 this year, and is the day Koreans traditionally eat special treats and wish for a bountiful harvest in the year.(AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

South Koreans release paper lanterns to celebrate the first full moon of the Lunar New Year, in Yongin, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 6, 2012. According to the lunar calendar, the first full moon falls on Monday, Feb. 6 this year, and is the day Koreans traditionally eat special treats and wish for a bountiful harvest in the year.(AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

Haegeum by KOREA. The haegeum is a traditional Korean string instrument, resembling a fiddle. It is popularly known as kkangkkangi. It has a rodlike neck, a hollow wooden soundbox, and two silk strings, and is held vertically on the knee of the performer and played with a bow.

Haegeum by KOREA. The haegeum is a traditional Korean string instrument, resembling a fiddle. It is popularly known as kkangkkangi. It has a rodlike neck, a hollow wooden soundbox, and two silk strings, and is held vertically on the knee of the performer and played with a bow.

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