Albert and Hang

in Phoenix, AZ

Videographer: eMotion Cinematography
Venue: The Arizona Biltmore Hotel

Mar 5 2022

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85 Korean Wedding Videos to Inspire Your Day

These wedding videos will give you the inspiration for all your Korean wedding, plus the vendors and brands who can make them happen.

Why You Should Consider a Korean Wedding...

A Korean wedding is a very traditional, but very colorful celebration. Merely 20 years ago, people thought the traditional ceremony was completely outdated, but modern couples are now starting to embrace their heritage again and incorporate the deep symbolism that comes with a Korean wedding.

You or your partner grew up knowing and living Korean customs or one or both of your families are from North or South Korea and you want to honor your heritage.

A Korean wedding can be as traditional or nontraditional as you choose. Some couples will wear more Western traditional clothing, i.e. the white wedding dress or suit, some may choose to wear Korean traditional dress like a hanbok or do half the wedding in one and half in the other. A couple may have a paebaek ceremony, traditionally a private ceremony allowing only family, although some modern couples are holding it during the cocktail hour so everyone can join.

Rebecca Maas: Photo & Film

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Gavin Law Films
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Yunmi and Dave | Boston, MA

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Salt + Pine Films
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What Is a Korean Wedding?

The most popular colors in a Korean wedding are red and blue, symbolic of the “eum-yang.” Typically, the bride wears red, while the groom wears blue. Family plays a huge role in Korean weddings from the drinking tradition of hapgeunrye to the paebaek tea ceremony with the parents.

The Quail & The Dove

A traditional Korean wedding gift is a white envelope containing cash—the amount should correspond to your level of closeness to the couple.

Meraki Weddings

A traditional Korean wedding gift is a white envelope containing cash—the amount should correspond to your level of closeness to the couple.

The Quail & The Dove

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85 Korean Wedding Videos to Inspire Your Day

These wedding videos will give you the inspiration for all your Korean wedding, plus the vendors and brands who can make them happen.

85 Korean Wedding Videos to Inspire Your Day

These wedding videos will give you the inspiration for all your Korean wedding, plus the vendors and brands who can make them happen.