A Korean Marriage Hall. The marriages I've gone to had 5 or six different weddings going on in the same building. It's like going to dinner. You wait your turn to get married, then everyone enjoys the 30 minutes or so, but they know they should be considerate to the next guest. So they do the service in like 15 minutes, then everyone rushes around to get group photos. The newly rushed married couple and their parents get shuffled off to a private room to have a private marriage ceremony and all the guests go to eat, buffet style in a giant room that has guests from not just your wedding, but all the guests of the families getting married that day. Posted by Picasa

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