How do different countries celebrate Christmas

How is Christmas celebrated in your country?

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  1. Haha this is really cool! We have Santa claus and We eat dinner! 🙂 Merry Christmas

  2. That is an awesome video! I’m from Spain (from Catalonia actually) and we do most usually have presents on both 25th and 6th, so it is like a bonus day! And of course, don’t forget the Catalan pooing man! He is the best. I hope you had a great Christmas! With love,
    Vera
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  3. Wishing you a lovely Christmas and a very Happy New Year. Really enjoyed watching this Lucy x

  4. Here in Korea they have the day off but it’s a very new thing. They refer to it as couples day. Boyfriends and girlfriends have meals and wear matching clothes. Many people go to theme parks or resturants too but most things are open including banks. For a British girl it’s strange but very interesting.

  5. I love the christmas imps. This was a great video. My mother is german and my dad is english so we combine traditions. It had advantages. I actually prefer opening my presents in the evening and I love the bonus christmas on the 6th of December (St Nikolaus).
    Thanks for posting xx Dandy I http://www.dandylionblue.co.uk

  6. What a cute video! I’m from Norway and we do like the Germans – presents on the 24th. So we get up early in the morning, watch familiar Christmas TV shows (a popular one is Three Wishes for Cinderella), then eat pinnekjøtt (sheep), ribs or fish for dinner and open presents. Presents are given by little santas or imps who live in the barn and come knock on your door on Christmas Eve. Quite nice!
    Although this year I celebrated in China and didn’t do any of it, haha.
    Hope you had a good Christmas and a Happy New Year 🙂