Meaning of Daerye
Daerye is also called Chin Young-rae and it is when the Groom goes to the Bride's home for the wedding ceremony.
Hyeonsadangrye is done on the morning of the wedding, where both families visit their Ancestral Shrine Hall to announce the news of the wedding to their ancestors.
After Hyeonsadangrye is completed, the Bride and Groom will greet each of their parents as part of the wedding ceremony.
Jeonanrye is a ceremony where the Groom goes to the house of the Bride and gives a Wild Goose to the officiator of the Bride.
Gyobaerye is when the Bride and Groom perform traditional bows face to face (in the past it represented the first time the Bride and Groom would have met as an agreement to the marriage.)
Seocheon Jirye is a ritual where the couple pledges to the gods of heaven and earth that they will live zestfully together.
Seobae Woorye is a ritual where the Bride and Groom make a promise to each other that they will be good spouses.
Hapgeunrye is a ritual where the Bride and Groom will share a glass of liquor as a means of them becoming one by the exchange of the drink.
Hapbangrye is when the Bride and Groom will spend the first night together as husband and wife.