A chima (치마), a full-length, high-waisted, wrap-around skirt is worn.Boat-shaped shoes made of silk, are worn with white cotton socks.

Lastly the Honsu, is a variety of other gifts given to the brides family.

This can include household goods, jewelry and clothes.

In traditional Korean culture, like many traditional cultures, marriage between a man and a woman were decided by the bride and grooms elders.

As in Confucian values family and the customs of a family is placed above all.

In ancient times, weddings (Honrye) were held in the bride's yard or house.

The groom traveled by horse to the bride's house and after the wedding ceremony took his wife in a palanquin (sedan chair) to his parents' house to live.Lastly, the package is wrapped with a red and blue cloth and sent to the brides family.The birthdate of the groom is sent to a fortuneteller which sets the date based on the Saju. The last step in pre-ceremonial traditions is called the Napp’ae, or exchanging valuables. Of the three the most important is the Hanseo, or marriage papers.However, the Korean Constitutional Court found this piece of legislation unconstitutional and asked for an amendment by the legislative branch in a 1997 decision.Five judges found it unconstitutional and two asked for amendment by the legislative branch, whereas another two opposed the outcome of this decision.Wedding geese are a symbol for a long and happy marriage.