There are 7 billion people in the world. What are the odds of two people from different countries falling in love in a third country? This is the story of Kenneth and Seolin, two would be soul mates connected via food in food paradise Singapore!
This is the second part of their wedding in Korea. In most Korean weddings, the solemnization ceremony is done on stage, and it's interesting to learn that the guest can leave anytime during the ceremony to have their lunch/dinner in another location within the hotel!
Ernest and HyeYoung broke some traditions by having a speech by Ernest who was not a native speaker. We designed this video to find out more of what Hye Young was thinking of when she made the first move out of Korea.
Sometimes, we find much MORE that what we are looking for.
PG: Michael (Visual Artisans)
LOC: 4 Seasons Hotel
Vincent is an old friend from Army days. I'm personally very happy for Vincent, because I know he has found the love of his life. There was a bond that one could sense from the way they looked at each other. It was a simple affair at their solemnization but it was really cozy. Despite the inclement weather, we still managed to work it out.
The most technically challenging thing of the day was the sound of the rain which took some effort to rid of from their vows but it was worth the effort. Lastly, it has been a long time since we had the chance to shoot with the loveable Michael Chan. Hope to see him and Eric more in future!