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  • 7/11 중앙대학교 전통혼례체험 후기(단기연수생)
  • 작성자 : 운영자
  • 작성일 : 2013-08-14
  • 조회수 : 10913

 

Feedback 1
On the above named subject, I personally enjoyed the Korean traditional wedding especially that it was the students who were being the active participants. I thought at first that we were going to experience a real traditional wedding but, it was us being the bride, groom, and invited guest. That for me was a thumb up to you guys. It made us feel part of the Korean Community. It was well coordinated from the start to the end.
I would suggest that we be shown how the external family reacted and participated in the entire process. For the African community, a wedding is for the entire community and everyone is involved: mother , father, sister, brother, cousin, aunties and uncles name them. I felt I missed out that part .it was an experience to remember.

Feedback 2

Wedding Ceremony

It was a great experience and I hope to do it again. Things I liked the clothes. The old people they were so kind and helpful. The speech and the music things I disliked; it takes a lot of time and the speech translate was a little long and get me confused my suggestion to improve that.

don't need to translate just give a brochure with all of the explanations, get a gayagume player it's well be more fun, let them do some traditional dance.

Feedback 3

Frankly speaking I liked Wedding Ceremony, especially the opportunity for some of the participants to get roles and feel the real atmosphere of this old tradition. The only fail maybe is that crowd of people was difficult to control, thus, not everyone could see ceremony and didn't get what was going on, even those who seated in the front of the stage. Also, due to the fact that ceremony is pretty long, some people get tired or even bored. Anyway, we had a unique chance to see costumes, to laugh at our friends watching their performance, therefore it was unforgettable. Moreover, activities after wedding were very interesting ( games, cooking rice cakes).

Thank you for such a great time in Korea,

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Comment on Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony 

 

The traditional wedding ceremony was one of the awesome experiences I’ve ever had in my life. I was chosen to take the part of Bride’s Mother and it was amazing to experience it by myself. The ceremony and the place it took place was so professional that I, for some time thought it was real. I believe all of the students, participating into the ceremony or watching the ceremony, had enjoyed themselves and learned lots of new things about Traditional Korean Culture. Although I’ve watched different examples of this ceremony I was astonished especially by the use of the words from old Korean Language. The administration might have brought us to a ceremony which was held by professional players or a real one but instead they gave us, the students, the chance to take place in the process and experience everything in person. I am really grateful to the staff who played a great role in the fulfillment of the ceremony and helped us to understand the things much more easily. To sum up, I am really grateful to all the staff and the ones who gave us this chance.

                                   

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The Korean Wedding Experience

 

To be honest, I had never before seen a Traditional Korean Wedding, not even in dramas, so it was a very rich and interesting activity.

It’s hard to explain properly, but I really liked how the ceremony was conducted, how the ‘priest’ was singing through the wedding, how the ajjumas would be beside Urban and Jiyana telling them what they should do next...

The clothes were beautiful, and the meaning of certain things surprised me, like the wood duck. It was amazing.

What I really didn’t like was how long it took, and, maybe because none of us were Korean how disorganized we looked. I didn’t like also that, even when we were told not to stand, the team leaders and some other students as well did it anyway...

But well, if I don’t take into account those small matters, it was amazing and educational. Personally, I really liked it


Feedback 6

 

Regarding the traditional wedding experience, I think it was a complete new and interesting experience for me. Actually, I had the opportunity to participate in it (I was one of the carriers); so it was much better. I believe that taking part of these celebrations is a good way to explore more about the culture of one country, which in this case was the Korean one. If you are asking for bad things also, I think they didn't exist; but, for example, I can remember that some of the people of the program were complaining about the duration of the ceremony, which I think it was ok. I mean, you can't have a wedding in a shorter period of time. In general, I think this activity was very nice and it helps me a lot to learn more about the culture.

 

Feedback 7

 

THE WEDDING EXPERIENCE

The ceremony was very colorful as we witnessed the union of two people in a Korean traditional way. As the father to the bride, I was delighted to witness the occasion. I learnt a lot in terms of the procedures that are carried out during the ceremony and the roles of the various persons involved.

I would have however wished to learn the courtship/ dating process till the wedding day. Whether or not dowry is paid, and to who, how one’s partner is chosen among the many female beings in the society, and why the father of the bride doesn’t play a big role in the wedding.- according to the Korean customs.

I would have also wished to know the way forward after the wedding, that is, do they have a honeymoon or something of the sort according to the tradition? What are the rules for an ideal Korean marriage? Is there room for divorce or separation in case things do not work out? Who acts as the intermediary when there is a dispute within the two/families?

These are just concerns I would love to know.

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Korean Traditional Wedding Experience           Olgui Lodono 


 

Be able to witness a traditional Korean wedding was one of the most meaningful  things on the schedule because we could see all the real believes of Koreans when they tight their life together with all the symbolism ,and the explanation of every meaning of each element and bow , also feel and be part of the ceremony  was one of the parts that I like the most is the fact that we could experience the excitement of the wedding seeing a foreign people like us be the ones really involved by taking rolls  as the groom or the mother or just a very lucky guest . Preparing the rice cakes and Korean games made us go back in time and play the games that only royalty could play  and see all peoples skills. 

The only thing I didn’t like it was the fact that I wasn’t the bride J and there was a lot of people blocking the view to take pictures ,also it would be good it all of us could have tried Hanbok and tea ceremony . 

 

Feedback 9

The Traditional wedding was one of the best experiences I had for the whole 10 days stay in South Korea. Apparently, when I received the program schedule through my mail and I saw the experience of a traditional wedding I taught it was a wedding of some couple we will be present for the ceremony. Little did I know that we were going to be fully part of the whole traditional ceremony; it was the best experience ever because I had the opportunity to be part of the students playing the roles in the marriage ceremony,

and I was a "chipsa " to the bridegroom. I enjoyed the whole act and was very much excited, the teachers who took us through the whole wedding were very patient with us and got us to understand the do's and dont's with regards to how their traditional marriages were conducted.


Well, I don't have any critics to the whole traditional wedding experience it was the best and I am so happy I had the opportunity to be part of this Exchange Program..... Deborah Tiniwah Mensah from Ghana


Camsamidan...

 

Fer Damian (Guatemala)

 

Feedback 10

Traditional Wedding Experience

The Korean traditional wedding was really beautiful I was surprise because in my country the weddings ceremonies are different but saw this wedding was really amazing.

First of all the bride looked really beautiful with the traditional hanbok, the hair and everything was perfect.

The groom looked really handsome, he made like a big entrance and it was different.

The wedding it’s about how the groom’s family is approving to the new bride in to become a new family member that’s why the bride has to be so respectful with her new parents in law.

They put two wooden ducks in the table facing each other which symbolizes fidelity, I really like that meaning.

The bride stay all the ceremony with her arms up and the Hanbok looks really heavy I guess that’s hard to.

Another fact it’s that Korean people is now more into western wedding style but this kind of ceremony it’s really beautiful.

 

Feedback 11

 

Korean Wedding

 

First of all it was scheduled we the students will be attending Korean wedding , but it was more exciting when it was decided we will play roles in the imaginary wedding experience . So each one was playing a role and I was the bride. There were Korean elders to help us, go through each step.

 

We were given Korean dresses and hair style makeup all was done in traditional way. The customs and rules of the marriage and the place of the venue was all gave us feeling we are in some old village in some old time of Korean DYNASTY.

 

It was nice experience in all it give us idea about the base of the marriage in Korea, we can say  respect , rights , honor binding , and the partnership to  lead life together under the guide lines of elders and religious .

 

And best of all the colorful dresses and the ceremony, the drinks the food yammi yami, and very big thanks to all who was behind this cultural event.

 

Jihan Al Balushi

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