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South Korean farmers celebrate first full moon of lunar New Year

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Shiheung, Feb 26 (EFE / EPA) .- South Korea celebrated Friday "Daeboreum", a festival that concludes two weeks of celebrations after the arrival of the lunar New Year and that coincides with the first full moon of the new year.(Camera: JEON HEON-KYUN)SHOT LIST: THE "DAEBOREUM" FESTIVAL IN SHIHEUNG, SOUTH KOREA.

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