Tony and Bella celebrated their Korean heritage by donning traditional hanbok (한복 or 조선옷) for some of their wedding photos, taken by the Korean photography studio Mirror and Window.
Hanbok dress originated in the Chosŏn dynasty founded by Taejo Yi Seong-gye that lasted approximately five centuries from July 1392-October 1897. Traditional women's hanbok consists of jeogori, a blouse shirt or a jacket, and chima, a wrap-around skirt, which is usually worn full. The ensemble is often called chima jeogori. Men's hanbok consists ofjeogori and baji, which means pants in Korea. The baji were baggy pants in traditional men's hanbok. Tony said wearing hanbok was surprisingly comfortable :-).
A toast to this joyous couple! Many years of health and happiness!