Our baby just turned 100 days old!
So... many of you are probably wondering why 100 days? Well, let me tell you. In Korean culture, birthdays are special but there are a few key celebrations that are significant to a child's life. The one we celebrated is called "Baek-il" which is on the 100th day after a child's birth. Long ago, when Korea had little medical knowledge, many newborns would die from childhood diseases or because of Korea’s seasonal temperature differences. To project their children, parents restrained taking the baby outdoors or even introduce the baby to friends and relatives till they reached this milestone.
Location: Coulon Park