Significant effort has been made to solve computationally expensive optimization problems in the past two decades, and various optimization methods incorporating surrogates into optimization have been proposed. However, most optimization toolboxes do not consist of ready-to-run algorithms for computationally expensive problems, especially in combination with other key requirements, such as handling multiple conflicting objectives or constraints. Thus, the lack of appropriate software packages has become a bottleneck for solving real-world applications. The proposed framework, pysamoo, addresses these shortcomings of existing optimization frameworks and provides multiple optimization methods for handling problems involving time-consuming evaluation functions. The framework extends the functionalities of pymoo, a popular and comprehensive toolbox for multi-objective optimization, and incorporates surrogates to support expensive function evaluations. The framework is available under the GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) and is primarily designed for research purposes. For more information about pysamoo, readers are encouraged to visit: anyoptimization.com/projects/pysamoo.