The Koreans gave Pope Francis a tumultuous welcome in their World Cup Stadium on Friday morning, but 9:30 PM for us on Thursday for the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. I would say the majority of Korean women were wearing chapel veils as is their custom never lost after Vatican II.
Despite their exuberance prior to Mass, once the Mass starts, like Pope Francis, the exuberance ceased, personalities faded to the background and Jesus Christ took front and center. Isn't this what should be the case in every Holy Mass?
The choir is excellent as is the congregational participation. Please note the super-long altar and its Benedictine arrangement. The homily is in Italian, surely a disappointment for the Koreans.
The Mass begins at minute 34:13: