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Explanation: Koreans do write "근하신년" in their seasons greeting card. Actually, the expression is originated from Chinese letters. If you know traditional Chinese, you will easily understand what it means.
In nowadays, "새해 복 많이 받으세요." is increasing. Some Koreanized (Hanguelized..) expression, in fact.
Hope, it will helpful.
organizer South Korea Local time: 00:29 Native speaker of: Korean PRO pts in pair: 48
Explanation: I partially agree to those two answers but I think there is no exactly matched Koreans expression for "season's greetings" because of the cultural difference. By all means, its word-for-word translated suggestion would be "연말연시 인사말". But Korean rarely express in such way. Instead, they use it like "즐거운 성탄과 보람찬 새해를 맞이하시기 바랍니다." much similar to one of KIT.
Hazel Shin South Korea Local time: 00:29 Native speaker of: Korean PRO pts in pair: 8