In Korea, flying kites is one of the most popular folk games experienced during two of their major holidays - Chu'sok and Lunar New Year. The traditional Korean kite is made from bamboo and rice paper. In Korean history, kite flying is traced back to 637 AD during the reign of Queen Chindok of Shilla. General Kim used the kite flying in the night skies to calm a restless and unhappy population.
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