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November 24, 2004



We'd been given tickets to sample the food some weeks earlier - so I did get to try it - just not on the day itself. When I first went to this wedding hall I was horrified at how cheesy and unsophisticated it was - but somehow on the day I was just swept up in the fun and games and actually rather thought it was a decent venue after all. The big advantage to the wedding hall is that they organise absolutely everything - which takes away a fair bit of the pre-wedding stress. The particular advantage to getting married in Munhak stadium is that its fairly easy to place it on the map, its unlikey to be knocked down anytime soon, and its part of that whole world cup fairy tale that Korea enjoyed just a couple of years ago. Most wedding halls are concrete imitations of European architecture, and I much preferred this more 'honest' structure. When my relatives were told I was getting married in a fooball stadium some of them thought I might be involved in some kind of weirdo mass religious wedding - and to be honest when this place was first suggested my initial thought was along these lines too!!

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