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“Jean isn’t the light, but she’s a source that brings out that light in him,” he said. Wedding planners Medium Rare and Concrete Water transformed the 30,000-square-foot industrial space into an ethereal and romantic setting, replete with floor-to-ceiling drapes and blooming cherry blossom branches on the tables. Kim’s influence, He-myong said he saw his brother’s lightness come back. Under Construction Still an active construction site, the post office’s first floor was finished only days before the wedding. On April 14, they were married before 260 guests (including Martha Stewart, who is a friend of the groom’s family) in the Bronx Post Office. Woo, whose family firm purchased the landmark building in 2014. After cocktail hour in the historic lobby, the 16-person bridal party emerged into the dimly lit reception area to Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough.” During the couple’s first dance, Mr. The band, Acappella Soul, sang classics like “Stand by Me” before one of the 13 restored 1930s murals by the artists Ben Shahn and Bernarda Bryson Shahn. When the newlyweds lighted their own candle, signifying the merging of their lives and families, Mr. Ivory and white velour curtains transformed the industrial space, which was finished only days before the wedding, into a romantic setting. Historic Lobby After the ceremony, guests sipped cocktails and devoured hors d’oeuvres while the sunset’s golden light streamed through the building. Kim’s mothers lighted two candles, symbolizing the light and life of their separate families. Not wanting to hurt their friendship, she replied, “I think me too.”The next morning, Mr. When he returned, he organized a formal “business meeting” over dinner at Gaonurri in Koreatown.

The bride’s brother, Daniel Kim, read “Love in Action” from Romans 12:9-16.

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