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The food displayed[edit]

is usually not just chestnuts and "dates" (they aren't dates, but a Korea fruit called taechoo, often translated as jujube), but other travel food. My understanding is that this ceremony marks the bride's travel to the groom's family house (shee-jip) and so the food tossed is dried food or nuts, suitable for eating on the road for a journey which in the old days could've taken several days, especially in the more mountainous regions. --Dan (talk) 17:20, 4 November 2008 (UTC)

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Removed blacklisted link and associated reference. As this link is particularly spammish, will investigate further and post findings here. Jaydubya93 (talk) 14:23, 11 March 2014 (UTC)
This article was created, with horrible badlink included as one of two references forming the basis for the article, by User:Flyingtoaster1337. User:Flyingtoaster1337 is also User:Kimchi.sg User:Resurgent insurgent User:Spinning beachball User:Kavadi carrier User:Awyong Jeffrey Mordecai Salleh. Somewhat shockingly, Kimchi.sg is an administrator with a history of strange account activity, such as blocking and unblocking his/her own accounts: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Log/block&page=User%3AAwyong+Jeffrey+Mordecai+Salleh Further investigation is required. I am not sure exactly what is going on here so I will not jump to conclusions and urge others reading this not to jump to any, either (at this point just providing all available info in a neutral framework as I do with all blacklink removals). Jaydubya93 (talk) 14:41, 11 March 2014 (UTC)