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Weddings Announced on Internet

An increasing number of engaged couples are announcing their weddings over the Internet.

Iwedding, a site for just such couples, has been attracting attention following their highly-publicized wedding announcement of local talents, Chae Si-ra and Kim Tae-wook. There are over one hundred couples announcing their weddings on the website.

Visitors can simply click on a couple's homepage to see pictures, wedding information, and personal stories.

Interestingly, some couples are receiving congratulatory messages from strangers. Other couples are accepting gratuities and wedding gifts over the Internet.

Head of public relations at Iwedding, Um Hye-jin, says that subscribers to their service are often young couples.

Cyberweddinghall.com lets new couples post wedding pictures, computer-generated pictures of their unborn baby, and personal profiles.



by Choi Ji-young

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