Im back from Busan.  We had a ROM in Singapore for my Singapore relatives and friends and a Korean wedding in Busan, South Korea for the Korean relatives and friends. S
So July to October was 3 busy months for us.

Finally , all are done. I will be back to updating this little humble blog of mine often.

We are now officially husband and wife in Singapore and Korea (still processing our marriage registration).

There are so many things i want to share with everyone..my first milestone in my career , my wedding , Korean food recipes from my mother-in-law , Korean make ups and skincare which i just bought ( reviews !!!! i really bought alot this time and revamped what’s inside my make up pouch ). But before i go on and start bombarding this blog site with all the things i want to share , i need to clear up some work for my clients and also prepare and gathering documents for our Korea marriage registration with Korean embassy in Singapore and also documents for me to apply the spouse visa in Korea.

Here is a video taken by Tommy Fok (my cousin’s husband)  from Framewerks  ( https://www.facebook.com/Framewerks.Photography/ ) .

The reason why we engaged their service was because we find their videos very unique.  Tommy met up with us and note down our story so that he can plan the shoot. Very different from the rest and instead of the usual gate crashing video scenes etc , the focus is more on our story. How we met , how we feel , what difficulties did we face and how we overcame it. Instead of shooting a wedding video , it is more about our story. Something i can show my kids infuture. How their mom and dad met and how they overcame all the cultural and language barriers when they first met. And if we ever face any difficulties in our marriage , this video can serve as a reminder and memories of the good times we had together.

To be honest , after watching this video ( over 20 times ) , it indeed brought us closer. There are somethings he never said to me before but he did infront of this video because he wants those words to encourage me and help me if i face any challenges in life.

Thank you Tommy for this wonderful video.

It is our own Korean drama story video.

Our ROM in HortPark , Singapore.

 

 

 A tip of you want to do outdoor or garden ROM ceremony like mine. Make sure you got no “feeler” fringe and bring along a portable fan. Wahhhh the weather was really damn hot…i can feel the sweat beads trickle down my back in my cheongsam. And my hair all went flat and fringe was stuck to the side of my face. My make up also melted under the heat. Temperature was 32 degrees. Heng ah..i bought plastic fans as one of the wedding favours. You can see my guests fanning themselves hard with the fans lol. My hubby wore the suit the whole day under the hot weather and he ended up having fever the next day. Don’t know if it is heatstroke or what. His shirt and suit was wet inside because of the heat.

Also , try to diet abit before wedding/video/photoshoots if you want to look good. Mr Shin said i should gain more weight because i looked really pale after i tried to diet 1 month before our video shoot. So i started eating alot 2 weeks before our ROM in Singapore and i looked so much plumper in the videos lol. So i learnt my lesson liao….i went on a no-carbohydrate diet for 2 weeks before my Korean wedding in Oct. I never had rice for 2 weeks. Lol.  It works though.

Here is another video : Our Story

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