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How long is a Paebaek ceremony?

two hour
The traditional Paebaek without western infusion is a two hour long celebration. There are many more intricacies and facets to a true traditional Korean ceremony but for the purpose of serving my clients this is typically the best way for us to infuse their families heritage into their own established American culture.

What is a Paebaek room?

Pyebaek is a Korean wedding custom that is traditionally held a few days after the official ceremony, with only family members present. The ceremony begins with the older couple seated on cushions behind a table in front of a painted screen, with the newlyweds opposite them.

What is Paebaek Korean ceremony?

The paebaek ceremony (also spelled pyebaek) is an intimate Korean unification tradition historically performed after the main wedding ceremony to symbolize the entrance of the bride into her husband’s household.

What do Koreans wear for wedding?

The Korean Wedding Ceremony Both bride and groom wear the traditional hanbok, a traditional Korean dress specially designed for the ceremony. The hanbok represents thousands of years of tradition and is usually made of a lightweight material with bright colors, simple lines, and no pockets.

What food is served at Korean weddings?

Though most Americans expect extravagant banquets during a wedding reception, the only required traditional food for Korean weddings is noodle soup. Very traditional couples might skip the white glove dinner altogether and serve a kook soo sang (“noodle banquet”) with only noodle soup and sticky rice cakes for dessert.

Do they have bachelor parties in Korea?

Why Go? If you want to party hard, Seoul is the place to do it. The party goes from place to place with interludes at each, and while it may seem like a marathon for iron men, it’s not meant to be a contest of endurance but rather a way of letting go, again and again.

Do Korean weddings have vows?

During the Korean wedding ceremony, vows are taken in the kunbere ceremony. Both bride and groom wear the traditional hanbok, a traditional Korean dress specially designed for the ceremony.

Who pays for weddings in Korea?

In Korea, most young people are broke too. That’s why most families will pay for their share of the wedding costs. That means most brides and grooms in Korea will not pay for the wedding themselves, but their families (parents) will. Korean parents see marrying off their children as their very last duty as a parent.

What should you not wear to a Korean wedding?

Though there are no colors that are “off-limits” unlike American Weddings, it is suggested to wear subdued colors as opposed to bright colors, as to not attract too much attention to yourself. There will most likely be no designated coat check or bag check area, so keep that in mind!

Do Koreans kiss at their wedding?

There’s usually no bridesmaids, flower girls, ring bearer, or groomsmen. Instead, there’s a speech, a brief musical performance, the kiss, and… that’s about it. A meal will be served immediately after the ceremony. On whole, you can expect to leave the wedding within two hours after arrival.

Where does a paebaek wedding ceremony take place?

Traditionally, the wedding ceremony would take place in the bride’s hometown where all of the town’s people were invited to a huge feast to celebrate the union of the couple. After the ceremony, the married couple would travel to the groom’s home where the Paebaek took place.

Can you rent a hanbok at a paebaek event?

Unlike any other, BDK MINT hanbok rentals are “custom” too! We are your original leaders of the emceed Paebaek (폐백) events. With BDK MINT, it’s not just a ceremony, it’s a Paebaek experience!

What makes a paebaek event a successful event?

A successful Paebaek (also spelled Pyebaek, 폐백) event is not just about our team being present on the day-of. Like any other event, it takes much more than that.

What does the bride wear to a paebaek wedding?

The bride wears an elaborate topcoat with flowing sleeves over her hanbok. A ceremonial coronet called jokduri (쪽두리) is placed on her head and a bee-nyuh (비녀) is placed through her tied hair. Red dots are placed on the bride’s face which symbolizes her youth and pureness.