In South Korea, the birthday of Buddha is celebrated according to the Korean lunar calendar and is a national holiday. This day is called "Bucheo-nim o-shin nal" meaning "the day when the Buddha (Bucheo-nim) came", which is also called "Seok-ga T'an-shin-il", i.e. "the Birthday of Sakyamuni Buddha" and sometimes also called Chopail ("the first 8th day (of the month in the Lunar Calendar)"). Lotus lanterns hang in temples throughout the month and lanterns are hung in homes and in the streets. On the day of Buddha's birth, many temples provide free meals and tea to all visitors and organise large lantern festival called Yeondeunghoe ("Lotus Lantern Festival"). Breakfast and lunch are also provided, which often includes sanchae bibimbap. Buddha's Birthday is a popular holiday and folk celebration in Korea, and is often celebrated by people of all religious faiths.