Tuesday, April 29, 2008

wedding event

Last weekend, my father in law came here again. At first i felt uncomfortable and felt nervous whenever i knew that my father in law is coming here. But because he already came here several times and stayed here for many days, i feel comfortable now and i don't feel anything when he called and said he's coming. Eventhough he visits us, he doesn't stay home the whole day. I just prepare toast and juice for him for breakfast. Koreans have to eat rice for breakfast but he ordered me to prepare toast and fruit juice. I know he just doesn't want to burden me but because he told that so i just followed his command. hehehe...

He came here to attend the funeral of his relative and the next day attended a wedding ceremony. And yes, we are always with him whenever he goes out. Well, i never cook when he is here. Meals is always free except breakfast. hehehe...

Here's the wedding ceremony that we attended last weekend. The woman at the back is busy setting at the wedding dress. She is paid for doing that job. Some brides just let their sisters or friends to do that for them.



At the entrance of the hall are the family and men waiting for the visitors to come. The men usually the brothers of the bride and groom are in charge of that. They receive the envelope and give meal tickets. There are two desks. One for the groom's visitors and the other for the bride's visitors.



And it's marching time. After the preaching, there's usually an event for the couples. Here's one of the event. The groom will do the push up and the groom will sit on his back. Then the groom has to say "Jagiya (honey)" and the bride should answer "Onulbam kidarilkoya (I'll wait for you tonight)". hehehe...



I got the picture well because i was sitting in front with my father in law. When my hubby left to go to the bathroom, my father in law grabbed my hand and we went in front. He said we had to hide from my husband and let him find us. mwahahaha...

2 comments:

JeFf & NoVa said...

the wedding looks so nice... although maliit ang pictures mo.. pero i tried to dilat my two eyes to see the pictures... hehehehee...

thanks for sharing

jean said...

wow, kakaiba ang wedding dun. I wish to attend diff wedding ceremonies too para malaman ko din ibang cultures and traditions nila.