Ready for the day! Going up and down stairs and making quick subway changes meant both kids needed to be in a carrier. Olivia wanted daddy to carry her so he got to sport the pink carrier.
This was in the outdoor garden at Somerset. Had to keep moving with Easton, so we went back outside.
I love that her name was the same as Olivia's Korean name! When helping with the name chop she was able to tell us what is good to get and what means what. Olivia's piece says happiness on it and Easton's has a dragon which is good fortune here. She explained that the name needs to fill the space to symbolize pride and joy that you have in your name.
This was the man who had the name chops. He was very kind. He explained how he is a music director for a boys choir. He showed us a video of his 13 year old daughter playing violin at a concert. What a talented girl! I love how friendly the Koreans are as a whole. They go out of their way. It would be wonderful if more people were as kind as they are!
Next stop was a dumpling place that Mammy found rated the best in Seoul. It was definitely busy! Olivia and Easton both ate well!
Mom and I wanted to return to Bampo to the Christian store for a few things and we knew we better head that direction. I want to go through Insadong as we didn't have time to shop in there today cause we needed to get to Bampo. This store isn't open on Friday so today was our last shot. The kids officially melted here. By now it was late afternoon and they were D.O.N.E. We left here and hopped on the subway to head back to our hotel. They both needed some playtime. Easton fell apart on the subway--multiple times! It was not a joyous time, but we made it. He is currently an emotional eater. When he got upset the only thing that could calm him down was food. We made it back and they are successfully playing right now.