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Yoon Si-yoon learns about Indian marriage culture

2017/11/13 | 2056 views |  | Permalink | Source

Yoon Si-yoon is taking on a new challenge.

He set out with Kim Sang-ho and Jang Hyun-sung on a trip to discover answers to fundamental questions about work and love in the SBS current affairs program "The Big Question for Myself".

Yoon Si-yoon experienced a meeting with a prospective marriage partner in India and told the Disha family, "Thank you for thinking of me this way and I hope we can be friends". Later in an interview, Yoon Si-yoon said, "At first I was very uneasy. We couldn't communicate and her whole family was sitting there. But in the end, I felt their true hopes for their daughter. The way people think about their daughters is the same everywhere". In India, marriage means more than just a man and woman coming together but they think of it as the coming together of two families.

Meanwhile, "The Big Question for Myself" is a documentary about the ultimate question of life.

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