Thursday, March 31, 2011
Thursday, March 24, 2011
We now sell Pengi, the original Korean spinning top toy! My son loves playing with it and so does his grandpa! We thought we share this clip of his grandpa trying to teach him how to play it.
My dad told me that he used to play this as a child and it brings back fond childhood memories. In Korea, they would play with it on ice during the winter since it would spin better on the smooth surface. The goal was to keep it spinning as long as possible....some people apparently would spin it for hours!
Sunday, March 20, 2011
We are looking for a baby under the age of 3 years old. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject heading "Casting Call." By submitting your photos, you are agreeing to allow Little Seouls to use images of your baby for advertising, website, and other promotional items. If you are submitting professional photos, please get approval from the photographer.
The winner will be announced on May 1st, 2011 on our newly designed website. Winner to receive a $250 gift certificate for Little Seouls plus be the new face of the Little Seouls website!
Please include in the email: name of the child, birthdate, parent's name and address. Thank you!
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT PHOTOS IS APRIL 15TH.
Friday, March 18, 2011
Little Seouls offers quick and reliable translation services for a reasonable fee! Need help writing to your grandmother who only reads Korean? Or need help writing a letter to someone in Korea? We are here to help!
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Limited Supply Available! Get them before they are gone. Marked down 50% as shown. Sale only applies to in-stock Korean neh bok and not Special orders. Please note that photo above may not reflect sale items.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Koreans have valued gold for centuries and it has been a long lived tradition to give out gold rings to babies celebrating their first birthday. The gold ring signifies "longevity and hope for a prosperous life." Most families typically have about 5 to 15 dol rings that they have received as gifts. Customarily, these rings are kept in a safe place until the child reaches adulthood. Usually, parents will later melt the ring into a necklace or a larger piece of jewelry and give it to the child when they are older.
As the gold price has soared, along with a falling economy, the tradition of giving a dol ring has declined in recent years. For those who want to continue the tradition, many are opting for "half don" rings since these are less expensive while significant in meaning. Despite the increase in gold price, many Koreans still prefer to give a traditional dol ring than giving cash.
Currently, we are taking special orders for the rings, so if you need one, click here.