Do you know the theme song of the movie “Election” by Korean film-maker Park Chan ank? The song is about a girl who gets to wear a wedding dress designed by her favorite figure skater. She is also privileged enough to have the dress custom made and be able to keep it for her entire life.
The theme of the movie is one that is considered controversial, yet the movie goes on to become a hit in its own right. This article will take a look at the wedding dress designer, who played the role of the girl in the movie – the lead character, Song Ah-Jung.
You would probably be surprised to know that this woman was actually a trained ballroom dancer before she got to study fashion in Korea. She studied both dance and the art of design, and even had her master’s degree from an art college in New York City.
In fact, her most famous dress is the one that is seen in the film. The story goes that the bride was not contented with wearing a normal white dress when she went to get married, so she had the dress custom made to look like a ballroom gown that she wore in previous events.
The wedding dress in question was designed by a woman by the name of Won Young-yeol, and it is the work of her career as a wedding dress designer that is celebrated in the film short wedding dresses. The design that she used was a very simple one that had elaborate carvings and floral designs on it, which made it very beautiful to look at.
It is one of the most important designs that she developed for a wedding dress, and it has a lot of significance in the story. If you are a fan of the movie, you would likely want to get your hands on a copy of this important wedding dress.
How much can a wedding dress be taken in the UK?
The cost of a wedding dress can vary greatly depending on the style, material, and designer. In the UK, you can expect to pay anywhere from £100-£2,000 for a basic off-the-rack wedding dress. If you are looking for something more customised or from a designer label, the price can range from £1,000 up to £10,000 or more.
It is also possible to have your wedding dress altered or tailored to fit you perfectly. Alterations usually cost between £50-£200 depending on the complexity of the changes needed for wedding dresses. It is also important to factor in any additional costs such as cleaning and/or preservation if you plan on keeping your gown after the big day.
Overall, there is no one set price for a wedding dress in the UK; it all depends on what type of dress you are looking for and how much you are willing to spend.
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