Jong Hwa Ra and Dae Sung Ra, the proud grand parents, both who were both born in Seoul, Korea hosted the special One Hundred Day party for their granddaughter Mila, daughter who turned 100 days old.
Wow~ today July 25th it’s been exactly 100 days since I started my first blog post here on Word Press!
I realized this a week ago when I was talking to Victor about it, and a short conversation lead to me posting a special blog post on this day: Korean love-relationships are somehow different from what we’re used to in Spain or in the US.
The savory and incredibly popular dishes were prepared by Hana’s mother Jong Hwa Ra who owns a tailoring shop in South Minneapolis, “Anna’s Taylors,” named after her daughter Hana, mother of the daughter being celebrated.
Jong Hwa Ra has two brothers and sisters in Korea, but left when Seoul when she married because her husband is both American and Korean.
Tables of Korean food were beautifully displayed and guests marveled at the Korean home filled with Asian antique furniture, art and photos transporting you half way around the globe as if you were in the east.