It is now our fourth time in a row in Caleruega Chapel, and yet we still love and are still very excited to capture as our couple’s love story unfolds.

Our couple went to the same school here in the Philippines and were from the same batch....although during that time, they didn't know each other. Only when they went to the U.S. that they finally had a chance to actually meet and know each other. Nicole initially didn't want to have a relationship with Chan because of their different cultures.

A chance came up when Chan invited Nicole to come to Korea with him to attend his brother’s wedding. Nicole was happy that she had a chance to meet Chan’s family. Since then, she realized she should and could actually give it a try. After some time, Nicole also invited Chan to attend her friend’s wedding (Roland and Jocelyn -- we were the one who shot their wedding too). They were inspired with that wedding and finally thought of getting married at the same chapel.

It’s been a while since we captured a Korean-Filipino wedding and we must admit, we are excited with this one. The wedding was very intimate and solemn. What made it different among other weddings is that the groom was very makulit and funny. He is the most makulit na groom we’ve shot so far! :) He was making hand signs while walking down the aisle with matching facial expressions. Thanks Chan for making our day! We will never forget how cheerfully you greeted us “Magandang umaga… Kain na.” We now know why Nicole has fallen for you… you are a kind-hearted person, thoughtful and you always make Nicole laugh :)

Took place at Banay Banay Amadeo Cavite, Caleruega Chapel and Josephine’s Restaurant, Tagaytay City. By Team Freshminds

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