It seems marriage proposals are getting more and more extravagant by the minute. Really, these days who doesn’t ask their partner to marry them through an elaborate flashmob or a video launched into space? But as it turns out, all you really need to ask for your beloved’s hand in marriage is a couple of post-its.
Oh, and the help of 250 coordinated people plus access to an entire skyscraper.
I know it may sound rather over-the-top, but trust me when I say you’re going to like the creativity in this one. Many people argue that these elaborate proposals lack the intimacy of a private one, but somehow this groom-to-be manages to get the best of both worlds. Sure, this proposal is rather big and public, but he made sure that his bride wasn’t overwhelmed by a crowd of people. Instead, he arrives alone with a bouquet of flowers and keeps the moment between the two of them. Am I swooning? You bet I am.
This marriage proposal, which is now being dubbed the Unforgettable Post-It Proposal, took place in South Korea on White Day, March 14th. In some East Asian countries, Valentine’s Day is a day for women to present men with presents. A month later, men reciprocate by giving women presents, usually in the form of chocolate.
I don’t know about you, but I would take this over chocolate any day.
The video only was uploaded onto YouTube a little more than a week ago, but it has already gathered over two million views. Know any more romantic marriage proposals? Let us know!