When I’m at my local Korean restaurant, I’m not usually greeted by a waitstaff.
They may offer me a plate of fried rice, or an order of kimchi soup.
They’re not the ones making the meal, and they’re not my customers.
But that’s exactly what happened when I decided to visit the Seoul Korean restaurant of my childhood friend and co-worker, Jungkook.
When I saw her in person, I was instantly enamored with her.
She was beautiful, she was funny, and she had a huge smile.
Jungkooks mother was also Korean, so it felt natural to go with that.
I was surprised to see how quickly she was accepted into my circle of friends, and it felt like the perfect fit for a wedding dress.
“You look so beautiful.
What’s your favorite part?”
I ask Jungkakes mother, who has a degree in art history and is also a stylist.
“I love the neckline,” she says, pointing to the intricate lace on her gown.
I take a closer look at her dress, and the lace, and ask her if she has any other suggestions.
“My favorite part is the lace on the neck,” she tells me.
“It’s so elegant.”
“It makes me happy that I have a good, professional tailor, who can make it,” she adds.
“We have to pay the same price for the same product.”
While many of us may not be able to afford the designer’s services, many of her clients do.
When you’re dealing with a large amount of customers, you might think, “This is too expensive.”
But a designer, with a wide range of experience, can design a dress for any budget.
The problem is that they can charge more for less.
A dress designer’s fees vary based on the size of the dress and whether it is tailored or not.
In the case of a gown with a short, slim neckline, they can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000.
That means a couple of hundred dollars more in each order.
“In the end, I don’t think it matters,” Jungkucks mother says.
“The most important thing is for the customer to have a dress they want to wear.”
What are your top tips for a good designer dress?
Buy a dress with a high neckline.
You can also make your own design if you want to make the dress more custom.
The length of the neck can also matter: a waistline of about 25 to 30 inches can be more flattering than a 30 to 35 inch waistline.
When choosing a designer dress, it’s best to look for the style that suits your style.
If you’re looking for a strapless dress, make sure the neck is longer and the hemline is shorter.
When it comes to the lining, you’ll want to pay close attention to the color of the fabric.
You might want to use a fabric that’s more saturated with pink or blue.
If the dress is long, it could be more practical to wear the lining on the sides of the garment.
In addition to the designer, you could also try a plain white dress with or without a tulle.
You could also consider a wedding gown that’s made of linen or cotton.
If it’s a custom wedding dress, you can always make one.
But if you don’t have a designer’s service, you should also take advantage of a service called a kangwon (or “bargain”).
A kangwin is a special type of wedding dress that’s been made for a specific client and is sold exclusively at Seoul’s Yodobashi Garden, a large outdoor venue.
The designer usually pays a fee for a custom made wedding dress of up to 50,000 won ($40) or so.
However, it can be as low as 500,000 Won ($25).
It’s best for smaller weddings where you’ll only be able a small number of guests, like a couple.
If your wedding is a family affair, you may want to consider using a tailor.
A kamja (or kangjo) is an inexpensive, modern-day wedding dress made with materials and techniques that are similar to traditional kampung, or traditional Chinese wedding dresses.
The bride’s dress is usually handmade by a woman named Ji Hyung Kim, and usually has a length of about 15 to 18 inches.
However the kampunis are a bit more elaborate than traditional kangjos.
A traditional kamjo has a long, flowing skirt, a bustle that hugs the bride’s waist, and a narrow waistband.
A typical kamjoe costs between 300,000 and 500,00 Won ($30 to $40).
“If you’re buying a kamjon for a casual wedding, the kamji will make your dress more comfortable,” says Jungkoks mother.