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I found the Korean wedding tradition of giving wooden geese during the wedding ceremony very sweet. The geese are called kirogi. The birds, a traditional symbol at weddings, mate for life. And they travel great distances to bring back food for their young. The groom traditionally brought a live goose to the mother-in-law to show his commitment to his bride. Many couples keep their wedding geese in their home. It's said when the couple is happy with each other they face beak to beak. When the couple is having an argument, the ducks can be turned away from each other until they make up.