[Ask Hyojin] Getting Married in Korea (Part 2 of 2)

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Every country and every culture has different wedding/marriage customs. However, no matter what country or culture you grew up in, getting married is probably one of the most important events in one’s life. In Korea, for most people and families, getting married is considered to be an important event, not just for the two individuals directly invovled, but also for the two families. People in Korea often say that it’s not just two people who become one when they marry, but it’s two familes that become one big family. Today, in this episode of Ask Hyojin, Hyojin and Hyunwoo are talking about Korean wedding/marriage culture with Richard from Hallyuback. You can watch the part 1 of this video HERE 🙂

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And if want to learn some more Korean slang expressions that were not covered in this lesson, please check out our “Slang Expressions in Korean” e-book, accompanied with 20 full-length audio lessons and detailed expressions! You can get it here on our store. The slang expressions introduced in this e-book include 간지 나다, 고고싱, 강추, 땡땡이, 열라, 짱나, 안습, 노가다, 농땡이, 대박, 빡세다 and many more! Get this e-book to learn to understand these slang expressions!

[Video] TTMIK Talk / Topic: Wedding (결혼식) / 100% Korean with Subtitles
In this episode of TTMIK Talk, teacher Hyojin and teacher Kyeong-eun talk about wedding at a wedding! Korean weddings can be very different from what you might expect. Let’s learn about Korean wedding in 100% natural Korean 🙂 Enjoy! [Video] TTMIK Talk / Topic: Wedding (결혼식) / 100% Korean with Subtitles (17 May 2013).

[Ask Hyojin] Getting Married in Korea (Part 2 of 2)
  • dcv

    We just came back from Seoul (left Saturday), and on our way to the airport, we were passed by numerous cars with “just married”-type decorations going 100 miles an hour, which we were assuming is so they could make their flight.

    Public service announcement: When you honeymoon in Hawaii, don’t bring the chestnuts from your 폐백 with you. We watched a couple getting them confiscated. They have dogs that catch you when you bring them.

    • Seokjin Jin

      Yes, right. Nowadays, people also often ask newly married couple not to bring the chestnuts to airport.