Saturday, 31 July 2010

My Niece is Cute

One of the best thing about the wedding was the fact all but one of my nieces and nephews came to Korea to be at the wedding.  It was awesome!  My youngest niece (by one week) was the star of the show for a lot of the trip: her big blue eyes hypnotized the ajummas to give her free stuff, and she is very outgoing -- but just shy enough not to let anyone but her parents or relatives pick her up (fortunately).  Here, you can see her trying out her Korean (she understood what they meant, too), singing a song, kissing her new Aunty Wifeoseyo (we also call her Imo Wifeoseyo...except with her real name) and dancing to K-pop, as well as enjoying herself at the Morning Calm Garden.



One of the best parts was during the musical "Miso" at the Jungdong theater, which I highly, highly recommend: the cast of the musical spotted her sitting in the second row, and during the whole rest of the show they were sneaking peeks at her, waving at her, and the like.  Nieceoseyo, for her part, was an absolute doll: her mom (who directs plays back home) told Nieceoseyo to wave and blow kisses at the cast members, and they were total goners.  It was so fun to watch.  Even without the "the cast was flirting with my niece" part (they also flirted with my other nieces, who are three and eight, the show was great.

Finally, after the show finished, the cast came up to the Jungdong theater courtyard in full costume for some photo ops... but a lot of the people in the audience wanted pictures of my nieces and nephews instead!  :)

4 comments:

Deb said...

Wow - sounds like you have super cute nieces & nephews. You are one lucky guy!

kushibo said...

I think it would be Chagiseyo/Wifeoseyo Imo, not Imo Wifeoseyo/Chagiseyo.

That's very nice that your family came all the way out. Cheaper than having a second wedding back in N.A. :)

Tamar1973 said...

Yeah, it's so interesting to be a redhead in Korea. LOL!

Roboseyo said...

I know, 'bo... but putting the Imo first is similar enough to the western naming tradition that the kids would actually do it.