There is a saying: "Grasp the chopsticks aloft, and destiny shall carry you afar in matrimony." But for the sake of love, how great a distance would you traverse? Yili, with unwavering resolve, set her sights upon a journey spanning 3,000 kilometres. From the enchanting city of Taichung to the majestic capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, she embraced her new role as a Mongolian bride. In this foreign land, she gracefully assimilated, planting her roots deep within the earth, while ardently cultivating a genuine affection for her adopted home.
To marry afar is not a compromise,but a serendipitous intertwining of fate and choice.
Mongolia's letter resembles Russian, while its spoken language resonates faintly with the cadence of Korean. Venture beyond the urban confines, and a...