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InterContinental Seoul COEX helps you create the wedding of your dreams in the chic ambiance with warm, thoughtful and expert assistance. 4 Different Wedding Themes For Your Choice: Design your own big wedding in our elegant ballroom with up to 600 seats. The colorful LED lights on the ceiling create a spectacular ambience for the bride and groom walking down the aisle. You can also choose a color for the theme to personalize your special day. Bride's Room : Our bride’s room is designed with your comfort in mind. Decorated with the flowers of your choice, this room creates the best ambience so that you can shine your brightest on the most exciting day of your life. Pyebaek Room : Pyebaek is a part of our traditional wedding ceremony where newlyweds perform a bow to their parents. With elegant and classical ambience paying respect to Korean heritage, our Pyebaek Room is the ideal place to perform this ceremony with your family and loved ones. With romantic décor and elegant style, the Diamond Hall is the perfect place for small to mid-sized weddings with up to 200 guests. Sky Wedding (80 guests) is the perfect venue for a romantic wedding with breathtaking views of the city. Boutique Wedding (50 guests) -located on the 30th floor of InterContinental Seoul COEX, overlooking the Hangang River and Gangnam, this is the ideal place to celebrate your marriage. Total Rooms : 656 Distances: Incheon International Airport - 54KM
Already recognized as the leader in creating extraordinary theme events among Seoul wedding hotels, Grand Hyatt Seoul is now setting its own trend with an innovative approach to upmarket weddings. The “Now and Forever” approach to weddings at our Seoul location creates the perfect setting for your special day, with Grand Hyatt Seoul valuing the importance and significance of every wedding. Couples can celebrate the start of a lifetime together with a gorgeous wedding, declaring their love in front of friends and family at Grand Hyatt Seoul. Our expert wedding planners will assist couples with the design of any style of ceremony, from large affairs to small private gatherings. A lavish wedding designed with a dream of an outdoor wedding brought indoor - the Romance Wedding is an immersive, multi-sensory experience that lasts for a lifetime. Celebrate your love story either at our Grand Ballroom, Grand Salon, Namsan Rooms or Waterfall Garden. Total Rooms : 615 Distances : Incheon International Airport - 49.2KM City Centre - 5KM
Design every aspect of your wedding with careful attention to detail and elegant decorations, backed by care and service and that will move your heart and the hearts of your guests on your special day. Six distinctive wedding venues for your choice: 1) The Crystal Ballroom features a glittering chandelier that commands the attention of everyone in the room, making it the perfect venue for a luxury wedding that is both classy and extravagant. 2) The Sapphire Ballroom at Lotte Hotel Seoul may remind of the cozy galleries often found in Europe. The venue is suitable for intimate weddings. 3) The Belle-Vue Suite on the 36th floor of Lotte Hotel Seoul combines a beautiful view of Seoul through the glass with a bright, modern interior, making it the perfect venue for a romantic, one-in-a-lifetime wedding. 4) The extravagant Rococo style of Athene Garden features a decorative ceiling mural that looks much like the ones we see in European cathedrals. This banquet hall is a perfect setting for engagement ceremonies and small family weddings. It will be your own European palace nestled in the middle of downtown Seoul. 5) The Emerald Room at Lotte Hotel Seoul has crisp block colors with subtle lighting from chandeliers that can achieve a diversity of concepts. 6) The traditional Pyebaek Room is decorated with traditional Korean designs and is sure to make your special day even more memorable. Total Rooms - 737 Distances: Incheon International Airport - 48.5KM
Our unrivaled venue selection for weddings includes two glamorous ballrooms - each with spacious foyers, as well as the garden terrace - an intimate outdoor setting surrounded by the skyscrapers of Seoul. Say your vows in one of our exquisite ballrooms, each boasting modern and glamorous décor – from the chandeliers down to your elegant place settings. With a roster of internationally acclaimed chefs from our seven unique restaurants and bars, Four Seasons Hotel Seoul will take your wedding to the next level with innovative and elegant menus, created exclusively for your wedding. As you make arrangements with your Four Seasons Wedding Specialist, creating a menu will be a key part of the process. We are delighted to cater to different cultures and religions. Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is delighted to introduce you to world-famous florist Nicolai Bergmann, whose on-site shop and team of designers will help make your dream wedding a reality. Total Rooms: 317 Distances: Seoul Incheon International Airport - 48.2KM
Make one-of-a-kind experience on your special day. Plan a memorable and special events, VIP party, outdoor banquet or even wedding ceremony with Walkerhill.
With its several years" know-how and expert services, Novotel Ambassador Gangnam Seoul promises to impress you and your loved ones by staging “the most beautiful day” for your wedding.
Our sophisticated wedding hall with its state-of-the-art facilities provides a unique and differentiated wedding format in a party like style. Implementing the newest sound facilities and special lighting system that reflect the current tastes and trends, we hold high class sophisticated wedding ceremonies that break the mold of stereotypical weddings.
Seoul is the capital of South Korea and has four distinct seasons offering a variety of wedding options. From the urban elegance of modern Korea to ancient palaces, celebrate the most important day in your life and make your wedding fantasy turn into reality.
Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is a sprawling metropolis where hyper-modern towers, high-tech subways and where pop culture meets Buddhist temples, palaces and street markets. Marrying modern buildings with centuries-old structures, Seoul is certainly a city of contrasts. There are not many cities in the world that have tall and huge urban skyscrapers standing next to a historical royal palace built hundreds of years ago, this unique and beautiful contrast between the old and ultra-modern backdrop of Seoul, make it possible for you to get an astounding wedding gallery. Thanks to the local reality television show “We Got Married” in 2009 and every hit Korean TV drama, the wedding photo boom has really taken off and attracted overseas couples to travel to Seoul for their ultimate fabulous and over-the-top wedding photo shoot. Seoul offers lots of magnificent luxury wedding venues and plenty of high quality wedding suppliers. There is even a “wedding town” in the heart of the city. If you are an aficionado of K-drama and/or Song Cheon Yi, you may consider a true Korean style wedding, be the star of your very own K-drama. Seoul is a wonderful city with great culture; vibrant lifestyle and warm hospitality making your wedding experience a truly unforgettable one.
The modern Korean wedding feast or reception (kyeolhon piroyeon) can be a mix of traditional and western cultures. At a traditional wedding feast, guests would expect to find bulgogi (marinated barbecue beef strips), galbi (marinated short ribs), a variety of kimchi (pickled cabbage with a variety of spices, with other ingredients such as radishes, seafood). There will be many accompanying bowls of sauces for dipping. The meal is always accompanied with a vast quantity of white, sticky rice as well as gimbap, which is rice, egg, spinach, crab meat, pickled radish, and other ingredients rolled in seaweed and sliced into 1-inch rolls. Mandu, which are deep-fried or steamed dumplings filled with cabbage, carrot, meat, spinach, garlic, onion, chive, and clear noodle will also be offered along with a soup, which very frequently has a kimchi base, or even a rice cake soup (rice dumplings with chicken broth) or doenjang jigae, which is a fermented soybean paste soup. Also popular is a light broth boiled from dried anchovies and vegetable soups rendered from dried spinach, sliced radish or dried seaweed. Steamed rice cakes (tteok) sometimes embellished with aromatic mugwort leaves or dusted with toasted soy, barley, or millet flour are presented as a tasty ritual food. A large variety of fruits, such as Korean pears, and pastries will be offered for dessert afterwards. In South Korea, the major crop has historically been rice, and thus most Korean traditional alcoholic beverages are rice wines such as Yakju, Cheongju and Makgeolli. Rice wine is often used during the wedding ceremony. Soju, a clear, slightly sweet distilled spirit, is the most popular Korean liquor, it is made from sweet potato. There are also a number of traditional wines produced from fruits or flowers. These include wines made from maesil plums, chrysanthemums and peach blossoms.
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