Posted by: evedlewis | June 25, 2016

Mr. and Mrs. Kim — Marriage Photo Shoot — May 2016 β€οΈβ€οΈπŸ’—πŸ’—

The Mister and I decided to take our marriage photos in Jeonju at Hanok Village wearing traditional Hanboks to celebrate our legal union in May. 

There are several awesome studios in South Korea that offer wedding photos. However, if you prefer an outdoor shoot wearing traditional Korean garb, scheduling a photo session with a photographer at Hanok Village is a great option. You can rent the Hanboks of your choice for 20k won each (40k won total for a few hours), and there are several Hanbok shops where you and your mate can choose the best attire. 

You should get to Hanok Village at least one hour prior to your shoot to have enough time to pick out the best Hanboks and get ready before your photographer arrives (unless you want photos of the preparation process). In addition, your photo shoot will likely last one to two hours outside, so you should plan for a three to four hour shoot. 

Hanok Village (Hanok Mal) can get extremely crowded on the weekends, so keep that in mind when planning your photo session. We scheduled our private shoot in the late afternoon on a Sunday. However, you may want to do a morning shoot to avoid the crowds. 

Special thank you to our photographer Marli V. for these magnificent shots. Contact Marli if you need to hire a private photographer for your wedding/marriage/engagement or family photos. Website: http://marlivphotography.com

More info about Hanok Village in Jeonju:

http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/ATR/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=264285

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