In the past, old-fashioned Korean ceremony festivities were much more sophisticated and involved a lot of time. The ceremony is a special occasion where a couple pays regard to their parents and ancestors. They even seek blessings for their potential up. Immediately, however, modern-day Korean celebrations have been simplified so that visitors can remain their lives effortlessly after the celebration. While still retaining the nature of significant festivals, modern lovers have also added their own touches.

In modern weddings, the bride and groom wear hanbok ( traditional Korean clothes ) instead of white dresses and suits or tuxedos. The bride usually wears a brightly coloured hanbok with lengthy flowing dresses and gentlemen wear a darkish violet or crimson hanbok with soft jeans.

A key aspect of the festival is a duck(kireogi) which represents faithfulness and devotion. It is traditionally a survive bean goose but nowadays it is more typically a wooden one. The duck is passed around from guest to visitor and bowed to. It is a symbolic movement as geese are known for their long living and fidelity to their colleagues.

Another crucial moment is paebaek. This is a meeting in which the bride and groom pay appreciation to their communities by offering them chai. They also offer jujubes and chestnuts which symbolize sons and daughters. The number of friends can be very big for this service and in the previous it was only the couple’s relatives who participated but now the bride’s families are frequently invited also.

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