In South Korea, they don't just celebrate love on Valentine's Day. Every month has a special theme, like Rose Day and Kiss Day, making love a year-round affair.
In Japan, on Valentine's Day, women give chocolates. There are two types - "Giri Choco" for friends and colleagues and "Honmei Choco" for special romantic feelings.
In Wales, couples exchange beautifully carved wooden spoons, called "love spoons," to show their affection and commitment to each other.
In Paris, couples express their love by attaching padlocks to bridges and tossing the key into the Seine River, symbolizing everlasting love.
In Italy, they celebrate with Baci Perugina chocolates, each containing a sweet love note, adding a romantic touch to the delicious treat.
In Denmark, people send funny anonymous letters called "gaekkebrev" to their crushes on Valentine's Day. If the recipient guesses correctly, they get an Easter egg later.
In South Africa, everyone, not just couples, participates in Valentine's Day. People wear different colors to show their relationship status - red for love, white for seeking love, and black for not interested.
In the Philippines, many couples either get married or renew their vows in large public ceremonies on Valentine's Day.
In Finland and Estonia, Valentine's Day is also called "Friendship Day," focusing on celebrating all kinds of friendships, not just romantic ones.
In Mexico, Valentine's Day is part of a bigger celebration called "Día del Amor y la Amistad" (Day of Love and Friendship), highlighting the importance of both romantic and platonic relationships.