Koreans wear a lime-green wonsam or hwarrot that’s worn over the traditional wedding gown, the hanbok. The womsam and hwarrot are embroidered with flowers and butterflies and are banded with red, symbolizing heaven; indigo, for earth; and yellow for humanity. The bride’s hands are covered in white, the sign of respect.
Korean “Hanbok”. Korean bride usually wears “Hanbok” on her wedding day. This traditional Korean dress comprises a wrap-around skirt and jackets. The dress is colorful, loose and consists of complete straight lines and smooth curves. Nowadays, different styles of the “Hanbok” have been altered and modified to suit the taste and comfort for the youngsters.
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