What gifts did the son of Choi Tae Joon and Park Shin Hye receive from the two godfathers during the full month celebration?
On this June 30, the first son of Park Shin Hye and Choi Tae Joon was officially 1 month after giving birth. This is the first important celebration in a baby’s life according to Korean culture.
As revealed, Park Shin Hye’s mother-in-law has begun to choose gifts for her grandson. And especially prepare ingredients to prepare traditional Korean dishes for this holiday.
In particular, the baby also received many gifts from relatives such as parents and grandparents on both sides. In addition, many netizens are also curious about the gift that the baby received from two famous godfathers. Many people speculate that it is the baby’s favorite items such as teddy bears and stuffed animals.
Previously, a close staff member revealed on Pann that Choi Tae Joon and Park Shin Hye’s son has 2 celebrity godfathers and is also a close friend of the famous couple.
However, this person did not reveal the true identity of these two godfathers.
Many netizens predicted that Lee Min Ho and Lee Hongki could be the two godfathers of the baby because these are two celebrities who are extremely close to Choi Tae Joon and Park Shin Hye.
In both religious and civil views, a godparent tends to be an individual chosen by the parents to take an interest in the child’s upbringing and personal development, to offer mentorship or claim legal guardianship of the child if anything should happen to the parents.
According to the culture of East Asian countries, in Korea the full month festival is celebrated for both mother and baby as a form of celebration to achieve a good health to live a full month. The birth of a baby is a joyful event and every parent looks forward to celebrating a full month for their baby.
Like the infant bathing ceremony in Western culture, the full-month party is an occasion for guests to bathe babies and parents with gifts. Popular gifting offers include keepsakes like jewelry and piggy banks, baby clothes, soft toys, and essentials like blankets, towels, and bibs.