Traditional weddings are being held in the gardens of Jeju Mokgwana (when it rains these are moved inside). Participants can experience traditional weddings through an actual ceremony and tie the knot as bride and groom. Participants have the opportunity to learn about Korean culture in a hands-on experience.
○ What: recreate a traditional wedding ceremony steeped in Confucian culture by performing traditional rites and wearing traditional costume. After proper consultation with applicants, the Mokgwana authorities will recommend an private agency to hold the ceremony on the grounds. Applicants should pay the wedding fee and will receive a framed photo of the wedding as a souvenir. ○ When: Year-round ○ Where : the garden in front of Honghwagak (pavilion) at Jeju Mokgwana ○ Who: anyone who wants to conduct a traditional wedding ceremony.
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