korean traditional wedding

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It is Korean tradition for the mothers of the bride and groom to light a red candle and a blue candle at the beginning of the wedding ceremony. We substituted these pretty red and blue lanterns with candles inside.

It is Korean tradition for the mothers of the bride and groom to light a red candle and a blue candle at the beginning of the wedding ceremony. We substituted these pretty red and blue lanterns with candles inside.

before the wedding, a beautiful tradition takes place: the groom gives the bride's mother a wild goose (traditionally, a live goose was used; today it is often a wooden goose). wild geese mate for life, so his gift is a promise that he will care for her daughter for life.

before the wedding, a beautiful tradition takes place: the groom gives the bride's mother a wild goose (traditionally, a live goose was used; today it is often a wooden goose). wild geese mate for life, so his gift is a promise that he will care for her daughter for life.

thick branch candle holder

thick branch candle holder

Korean-style house interior

Korean-style house interior

http://otozure.jp/ https://www.facebook.com/otozure / Japan / Ryokan //Bettei Otozure located in Nagato-City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, is surrounded by nature, the mountains, beautiful landscape and the river called Otuzure.

http://otozure.jp/ https://www.facebook.com/otozure / Japan / Ryokan //Bettei Otozure located in Nagato-City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, is surrounded by nature, the mountains, beautiful landscape and the river called Otuzure.

Lotus Lantern Festival (Buddha's birthday) May 9-11, 2014 Seoul

Lotus Lantern Festival (Buddha's birthday) May 9-11, 2014 Seoul

Jangdokdae (Korean: 장독대): A Korean saying states that every house's good taste comes from its Jangdokdae, which is the place where Koreans place the pots used to store fermented food. Jangdokdae is usually in the backyard near the kitchen in a high area with plenty of sunshine and good ventilation.

Jangdokdae (Korean: 장독대): A Korean saying states that every house's good taste comes from its Jangdokdae, which is the place where Koreans place the pots used to store fermented food. Jangdokdae is usually in the backyard near the kitchen in a high area with plenty of sunshine and good ventilation.

Gabby Malpas

Gabby Malpas

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