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There are many lovely beliefs to choose from if you’re planning an Eastern bride tradition. These rituals, which have a long record and are intended to unite lovers, families, and friends, have their roots in thousands of years.

In a conventional Korean festival, the bride and groom don hanboks, which are multi-colored, lightweight fabrics without pouches. While blue hanboks represent intellect, reddish ones stand for fidelity and beauty. The partners has the option of donning a white or black hanbok as well. Numerous rituals are performed during the kunbere service, which is held at the family shrine. Among them are toasts from guests and family members, band exchanges, and the couple’s vows.

Reputable older females assist the bride and groom in tying their hair with colorful cotton threads before the meeting. A procession of feminine relatives finally leads them to the family temple and presents the bride and groom with two flowers seeds or two dried dates. After that, a family member serves them chai that has been poured into goblets and fastened with reddish strings. The few finally bows three days in reverence for god, their parents, and their grandparents. There is then a feast.

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