KBS held a joint wedding ceremony on Sunday for couples who were unable to afford a wedding due to financial difficulties.
The joint ceremony was held at KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul, and fifty couples took part including multicultural couples, North Korean escapee couples and couples with disabilities.
The event also included performances by top Korean singers and comedians.
The stories of the newly weds will be aired through KBS I TV next month.
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