Jennifer and Mark are about as easygoing a couple as you could ever hope to know. They were thoughtful enough to pamper their guests with a cocktail hour before the wedding at the House of Sweden on the Georgetown Waterfront. It is a striking building with very clean lines, beautiful light and walls of glass.
The ceremony went the traditional Jewish route with a prayer in Korean mixed in at the end. After a champagne toast following the ceremony the guests departed for Woo Lae Oak Restaurant in Tysons Corner where they were treated to tasty Korean food, Soju (a liquor made from sweet potatoes) and a Pyebaek ceremony, which is a Korean wedding custom which is traditionally held a few days after the official ceremony with just the groom’s family. However, like many modern Korean weddings in the United States, they held the ceremony at the reception and included the bride’s family.