In general, Korean weddings are over quickly and aren't - to my European sensitivities - very festive.
This is your gift - you're essentially helping to pay for the wedding venue, food etc.
During the jeonanrye ceremony a kireogi or a wild goose was presented to the prospective groom.
When I asked my mom what it looked like she said it looked like an upside down horse-shoe shape.
Earlier, after my make-up had finished being applied and before I started getting dressed, one of the women did my hair.
Did you like this post? His brother is getting married in May so we will have to attend.