"Guests said it was inspirational, they really admired my fiancé for being able to stand at the altar in the manner that she did, alone and not crying the whole time," Kim told Reuters. "She was able to hold her ground and I was able to hold my ground, not crying or anything."
Oh admitted the Skype wedding was not perfect, but agreed that the guests were happy. "He said he will make up for it, he promised me he's going to be the best husband in the world," Oh said. "He felt really terrible that he wasn't there."
Kim began spitting up blood last week and was initially too nervous to tell his bride for fear of causing her grief. He eventually told Oh, and the couple decided "the show must go on" and that their best solution was to use the VoIP service.
Five live cameramen at the couple's high-tech Korean church allowed the 500 guests to watch on large monitors with split-screen images and for Kim to watch on a laptop in the hospital's isolation ward. The hospital is less than 10 miles from the church, and Kim said he did not feel distant from the ceremony. An audio crew gave Kim his cue before his face was to appear on screen. Kim expects to leave the hospital this week.