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Jiyeon Lim

on 20 March 2014

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Looking for marriage partner
4. Chinyeog (친영)
1. Jeonallye (전안례)

2. Gyobaerye (교배례)

3. Hapgeullye (합근례)
Jeonallye (전안례)
A ceremony where the groom presents a wild goose to the bride's family
Wedding Procedure
1. Uihon (의혼)

2. Nabchae (납채)

3. Nabpae (납패)

4. Chinyeong (친영)
Gyobaerye (교배례)
1. Uihon (의혼)
2. Nabchae (납채)
Groom's family sends a proposal letter and Saju(사주) to bride's family
Bride's family chooses the date of wedding
3. Nabpae (납패)
Groom's family sends a marriage letter and honsu (혼수) to bride's family
Place the goose on the table with head faced to the east
The groom bows
Bride's mother carries the table
Groom and bride wash their hands
Groom stands on the east side of the table and bride stands on the west side of the table
Bride bows twice the number of associated with yin
Groom bows back once the number of associated with yan
A ceremony which involves bride and groom drinking three drinks
Hapgeullye (합근례)
First drink means honor their ancestors
Second is to celebrate bride and groom themselves
Last drink is special
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