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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Dionne + Sung Jin



Dionne and Sung Jin met in Korea. Dionne was teaching English at the University there and there eyes met across the room and it's been them nonstop. From the momnent they decided to get married Dionne wanted to make sure that Sung Jin's culture was well represented during the festivities. All of her nieces and newphews wore traditional Korean hanboks.

I am now in Korea to photograph their Korean ceremony on Saturday. I can't wait!

Check out their wedding in the United States.


































































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6 Comments:

At Thursday, 08 February, 2007, Blogger Michael J. Fear said...

You are amazing, as usual! I love you and miss you, as usual...lol. It is the middle of the night for you and you need to go to bed!

Mike

 
At Thursday, 08 February, 2007, Blogger Alison Bynum said...

beautiful davina. she looks just like you!

 
At Friday, 09 February, 2007, Anonymous millie said...

Love them davina... Love them! Hurry back so that I can call you. I am having Davina withdraws... LOL. I can't wait to see the Korean ceremony. I know you are going to have some fabulous photographs!

 
At Friday, 09 February, 2007, Blogger Kairos Moment Wedding Films - Peter Chung said...

Beautiful photos!

The kids look beautiful in their hanboks!

And I love how both families are embracing each others' cultures =)

Great work, Davina!

Peter
Wedding Videography based in Kansas City

 
At Friday, 09 February, 2007, Anonymous rebekah said...

Oh wow! I can't wait to see the amazing pictures you are going to take of their Korean ceremony!

p.s. I am in love with the pictures of your youngest daughter. She is one of the prettiest little girls I have ever seen! Those eyes....wow!

 
At Saturday, 17 February, 2007, Blogger Alissa said...

sniff, sniff... that's my temple. i only wish i'd had you as my photographer!

that first picture, of them in the woods. it's not even a picture of me and i want it for my house... i could pretend.

 

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