Learn the customs and traditions of a traditional Korean wedding and understand what to expect at the ceremonies. Explore how weddings bring two families together in this unique culture.
A sweet elopement in the beautiful city of Seoul, South Korea. Includes tips and advice on how to elope in Korea.
Patrick and Rira live and work in South Korea’s cosmopolitan capital, Seoul. They love the diversity of cultures and food Pyeongtaek (the area where they live) has to offer. Visiting different restaurants and sharing their favourite ice cream are just a couple of things they enjoy doing together.
The couple’s friends and family are quite diverse too. Pat’s mom flew in from the US and most of his friends who attended the wedding, are US military soldiers stationed in Seoul. Rira had friends fly in from Sydney, Australia too.
This couple is the closest you’ll get to perfection, and so I was extremely flattered when Jason and Joanne Son chose me to be their wedding photographer. You’ve all heard of the “fairy tale wedding”, well this is it right here! Carefully planned down to the last detail, the Son wedding was magical, and magic is what I hope shines through in this blog post.
A couple of weeks ago I was invited to document a beautiful wedding in Seoul, Korea’s capital. The awful summer heat had just passed by a week ago and I was excited to get out and enjoy a lovely outdoor ceremony. Another reason I was excited about this particular wedding was because not only is the groom a fellow South African, but he is a great photographer here in Korea too.
On a warm and beautiful Spring day in Damyang, Mike and Sun-young invited their closest family and friends to celebrate their wedding, a day full of love, promises and cocktails. We started the day off getting ready in Gwangju and we jetted of to a very beautiful (albeit busy) Metasequoia Road in Damyang to get a few portraits before the ceremony.