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- Hello. / - Hi. (There's a commotion.) Where is this? That looks like a preschool. (Nobel) (It's Siha's preschool.) He came out well. Welcome, Siha. Say hello. Hello. - Let's go. / - Have fun, Siha. Say farewell to your father. - See you later. / - Good. - Bye, Siha. / - See you later. Bye. (Glancing around) What's going on? He's giving some kind of signal. (In just a moment) - Hello. / - Hello. (Taegyu transforms into a rescue worker.) He transformed. The heatwave is severe these days. There are a lot of preschool car accidents. The child passed away after being kept inside the school van. (Preschooler dies in a school van) (after being left inside for seven hours.) (There have been unfortunate cases.) Many parents are very worried about the matter. Siha's preschool decided to hold a safety education session. I figured that I can get involved. This is the content we'll be working with today. I see. "What do you think the firefighter would do?" I see. Okay, I got it.
Taegyu put on a fake mustache once, and Siha could not recognize him. (He shocked the children with) (a disguise.) (I'm actually Siha's dad.) (Siha gave him a firm denial.) Siha couldn't imagine that - his father was actually there. / - Right. (This time,) (he draws a mole on his face.) Won't they recognize him? He's clearly Bong Taegyu no matter what. Today, a special teacher will be coming in to visit. - Music teacher. / - A music teacher? Can we all call for the teacher loudly? - Teacher. / - Louder. - Teacher! / - Teacher! - Hello. / - He's here. - Hello. / - Hello. - Hello. / - Hello. Hold on. (He looks familiar.) They made eye contact, right? I think he found out this time. Our guest teacher is here. Say hello. He hasn't figured it out yet. He's not aware. Our guest teacher today will talk about safety.
It's nice to meet you. What did you ride on the way from school? - Bus. / - The bus. - The bus. / - The bus. You are riding the bus but you fall asleep. When you open your eyes, no one is around. - What should you do? / - Oh, no. What should you do? What should you do? No one is around. You don't see any of your friends. You can't find anyone, Siha. Call a firefighter. Call a firefighter? (Good job, Siha.) (Hey, mister.) (Thank you for the compliment.) - Call the firefighter. / - That's right. - You're right. / - A firefighter. When the bus isn't moving, you'll learn how to pop the seatbelt off. How? (Pop) There you go. Now we'll all go out together and get on a real bus. How exciting. Hurrah! The Return of Superman, episode 240. "You Don't Have to Be in a Hurry." Put your hands on your waist. Be careful. Where is our car? - It's over here. / - Okay. - Is it the orange one? / - Yes.
- Now watch this. / - Press it. - Good job. / - You did it. - This should be taught. / - Right. Experience makes a very big difference. They have to honk the horn with their rear since they have weaker arms. - That's the right way. / - Right. A simulation of getting exposed to burning summer heat has been prepared for children. The engine is off. The door can be opened manually. Now the air conditioner. (He checks on the AC.) It's coming out great. Okay. It's coming out very well. All safety preparations are complete. When the children are left alone on the bus, will they able to do as they were taught? The experiment begins under expert supervision. Children get tired when they're stuck inside a bus over five minutes. - I see. / - We'll watch and see if they'll be able to unlock the buckle and honk the horn within five minutes. All right. They're holding hands. The sun is out again. It's Jia. (Four-year-old Jia is up first.) Okay.
They did get trained, but will they be able to remember? Hold on, Jia. Hello. Okay, understood. The teacher leaves after pretending to answer the phone. They are given five minutes. (Where did the teacher go?) She's pretty calm. She's waiting it out first. (She's calm.) She's a calm one. She's cute. (Sighing) What's going on? I'm scared. Is she crying? She's doing her best not to cry. - Right. / - Oh, my. She's suppressing her tears. I think Jia remembered that point the most, suppressing tears. (The teacher instructed them not to cry.) (You must be brave even if you're scared.) If they cry, they may end up getting dehydrated. This places them at risk for heatstroke and other conditions. Compared to adults, children's body heat can rise very dramatically. - We can teach her again. / - Time is up.
Oh, dear. (Taegyu runs over in a hurry.) It's okay. I'm here for you. She cries only after seeing him. Come here. Good job, Jia. Jia, do you remember me telling you to take the safety belt off? Do you remember? It'll come right off if you press right here. If you click right here, it comes right off. Right? Now shall we try sitting down? That will help bring your parents here. Can you do it next time on your own? (Nodding) You've done so well. (Good job, Jia.) (Parental consent was received prior to exercise) (with safety strictly observed.) It's Bongyun, Siha's best friend. Is that so? (Four-year-old Bongyun is Jo Sungmo's son.) Jo Sungmo's son. Got it. (Will he remember everything okay?) (The timer counts down from four minutes.) From the start... (As soon as the teacher leaves,) (he attempts to escape.) That's a unique method. He's just escaping. He didn't even press the button. (He knows how to maneuver.) What a brave boy. (He's excited.)
He's in a good mood. He's a playful one. Since he's out now, will he attempt to honk the horn? Now, instead of stopping there, he should head to the front. (Turning away) (Hi, I'm Bongyun.) How cute. He looks just like Sungmo. (Try to catch me.) Is he just playing? (We see your hair, Bongyun.) (He plays hide-and-seek with the camera.) He's a playful child. The camera keeps following him, so he's playing with it. - He's hiding. / - He's hiding. (Bongyun isn't here.) He's playing hide-and-seek with the camera. (Flustered) All done. If this was a real situation, the temperature in the car would be rising. Just because he's being playful doesn't indicate that he's safe at all. That's true. The bus is air-conditioned right now. Hi, Bongyun. Do you remember me, buddy? (He chuckles.) You did a great job with the seatbelt.
What else did you have to do? You have to press the horn, right? Get up. - There. He smiles well. / - He's a bright boy. Come to me now. We're going on the bus and waiting for friends. Who is that? - Good. / - Right now... We honked together, right? Yes, we did honk the horn earlier. You're right. I want to see a kid pull it off. - The timer has started. / - She knows she's alone. She's looking around. She's checking to see if a teacher is around. I hope she succeeds. (Shedding tears) (Harang starts crying.) - She's crying. / - Oh, no. - Most kids are like this. / - Of course. Buses tend to be big. - Right. / - It's probably scary. Oh, no. (What should I do?) She's looking... - I think she remembers. / - She's unbuckling. She remembers. (Fumbling) This is the power of education. - She was crying. / - Oh, my. She remembers what she learned. Oh, my.
(She manages to unbuckle one side.) (She does exactly what she learned.) - She did it. / - It worked. Oh, my. It's time to honk. - There you go. / - She's looking for it. (Harang hesitates in front of the exit.) She just has to honk now. Please get it. (She goes to the driver's seat.) She's doing it. Use your butt. (Honking) (It's a complete success.) How amazing. - Good job. / - How moving. - Did you do as you were taught? / - Yes. Do this again next time too, okay? - Okay. / - You did so well. - It's so fascinating. / - Right? I'm so proud. But it hasn't been long since they learned it, so it might still be clear in their minds. That's why parents need to have them practice it repeatedly at home so that children know what to do in such emergencies. I think that's the most important. How will Siha do? I can't predict what he'll do. Finally, it's Siha's turn. It's waiting for you. Bong Siha. (You can do this, Siha.)
Oh, there's a camera here. You're right. Snap. Did you take a pretty picture? - Now, this side. / - I must always wear a seatbelt. You're right. You're so smart, Siha. Okay. (Siha is left alone.) It's time. (The countdown begins.) He sees the teacher leave. (Where is she going?) (How will he react?) (He doesn't care a bit.) Siha is still... He seems disinterested in what's going on. Gosh. (He's cheerful as always.) (Time continues to tick.) (Fumbling) Safety belt. You have to stick it here. (Flustered) Taegyu must feel urgent. Situations like this are also very dangerous. Kids can fall asleep after playing alone. - That's also dangerous. / - Yes, very. Bong Siha. Take off the seatbelt. (Is someone talking about me?)
He's scratching his head. Teacher. - He's starting / - There he goes. - He realizes something is off. / - He can feel it. Where did she go? Teacher. (It's quiet.) Teacher. Teacher. (He starts by unbuckling the safety belt.) (He does as he's taught.) There you go. Siha, you're doing great. - There you go. / - Good job. - There you go. / - Good. Good. (He fumbles as he panics.) (This won't do.) (He manages to free himself.) - He got it. / - There you go. - What's next? / - Where do you go next? He's trying to open the door. (Will he fail here?) - He's looking for it. / - This is fascinating. (Siha seems to recall the lesson.) This is so fascinating. There you go. Do as you were taught. - Use your butt. / - Okay. (Honking)
How praiseworthy. Look at his butt. He's so cute. Come over here. You did so well. You took off the belt with a "pop", right? - Did you remember? / - Yes. You did so well. You were the bravest boy ever. Do you like me, Siha? - I always like you. / - You always do? Why do you like me? You're very cool. Am I? - Let's train our son too. / - Do you want a kiss? This is such a crucial thing to teach. You did so well. Even in such a dire situation, he did as he was taught and followed the instructions to the dot. I was so surprised. I'm hoping we can keep teaching things like this. (Which family is at the airport today?) (It's Seungjae's family.) Where are we going, Seungjae? Mexico. Mexico. Are they going on a trip? My cousin in Mexico is getting married. Our family ended up traveling here. Applause.
(Self-applause) Let's go to Mexico. Bring them here. Both Mom and Dad's. Please give them to her. Thank you. Look, Seungjae. The airplane going up. (It goes up like this.) It's moving. (Jiyong seems disinterested.) (Looking grumpy) We're going to Mexico now. Off we go to the Amazon jungle. That's in Brazil. Bye, Korea. We're going to Mexico. A lot of very pretty fish live there. Like the Amazon? You can see many pretty fishes there. And who are we meeting in Mexico? Who are we meeting? Go, go, go. Go, go, what? A whale shark. Do sharks live where whale sharks live or not? They don't. Are they mean or gentle? They're gentle. But what if there are big waves out in the deep sea? (His folded hands express his concern.) (Actually, Seungjae is)
(even scared of Busan's shallow little waves.) (He is famous for his fear of water.) Remember when we went to a water park? You were being brave and floating alone. But that's a swimming pool. - It's the same. / - It's the same. But the chance to meet a whale shark doesn't come easy. (The waves are strong.) (Boats jolt roughly.) (Who said it was the same as a water park?) (Glaring) It's a long 15-hour flight. Suddenly, it's nighttime. Water, please. Here you go. Thank you. - Thank you. / - Thank you. Thank you. ("Gracias" means "thank you".) Thank you. (How cute.) This flight feels endless. It's too far. (He's excited by himself.) Kids usually tire out with long flights. They get tired or fussy from being bored. - Thank you. / - No problem. (He feels energized for the 15-hour flight.) He's awake when both his parents are asleep. Someone might think he's on a business trip. After completing their long flight,
they arrive at Cancun, Mexico. It's the vivacious nation, Mexico. (It's a sunny place.) Known as the gate to the Caribbean Sea, Cancun is Mexico's top tourist destination. - Hello. / - Hello. (Are you prepared to enjoy Mexico together?) (Together with Seungjae) (The curious and amazing Ko duo vacation) (With exciting sights and activities,) (the adventure keeps coming.) (Long live Mexico!) (Mexico is totally my place-to-be.) I like Mexico, but it's hot. They head off on a grand adventure to meet a whale shark. - Hopefully, we'll meet one. / - Please. Please help us see a whale shark. If we don't meet one today, we'll have to come to Mexico again. You're right. - Let's go. / - Let's go. They're really there. I think this is my first time actually seeing one. - It's a whale shark. / - It's right there.
(On Seungjae's behalf,) (his mom and dad dive on in.) Will they be able to meet a whale shark? (The Ko family's warm and beautiful tale) (unfolds now.) (Cancun International Airport) - Who are they? / - They must be relatives. Right. (Seungjae zooms out.) - Are they there? / - There they are. I think that's him. By the way, was he really on a 14-hour flight? (Welcome!) Hi. - Hello. / - Say hello. - Hi. / - Hello. Hello, it's nice to meet you. - Hello. / - Nice to meet you. - Welcome. / - Hello. Say hello to your uncle. Say hello. I'm Seungjae. Are you shy? A trip to the beach. We're going on a trip to the beach. Yes, we are. Cancun is a very pretty beach. It's so pretty. Mexico is such an amazing place. Uncle, you're getting married tomorrow, right?
(They just find him hilarious.) Seungjae practiced a lot to sing at your wedding. - Uncle, I'll sing. / - Seungjae is singing. He even sang the national anthem at a baseball stadium. Did you not argue while preparing for the wedding? I think I got upset most of the time. It's usually the bride's side that's peevish. For us, it was the groom. It was difficult. And he's the man. Have you guys eaten yet, Jiyong? No, we haven't been able to eat yet. I heard there's a famous taco shop near the hotel. Let's eat there before we head inside. Okay. That sounds good. - Tacos sound good, buddy? / - Yes. Okay. (They head to the taco shop.) Let's eat dinner together. We still have to prepare for the wedding tomorrow, so we'll go in first. I feel bad. You just came to pick us up. - We feel sorry. / - We'll see you tomorrow. - Prepare well, okay? / - Okay, thank you. Have a nice wedding. This is a famous traditional taco shop in Cancun. The lively music playing reflects Mexico's vibrancy. Welcome. - Hello. / - Hello.
- Hello. / - Hello. - Hello. / - Where are you from? - Korea. / - Korea. We love Korea. The Republic of Korea. (South Korea's cheer filled Mexico's streets.) There we go. Okay. I'll give you the menu. We love Korea. We want to give you a lot of services. - Welcome to Mexico. / - Thank you. - Thank you. / - Bye. That looks so good. That is the habanero salsa. This is habanero salsa. It's very, very spicy. Be careful, okay? (I see.) Seungjae, this habanero sauce is very good. Should I try it? (Is it tasty?) I'll check how it tastes first, okay? (Jiyong takes the first bite.) (Gosh, it's spicy.) It tastes like strawberries. - Try it. / - Do you want to try it? It's spicy. Not this one. Check the color. It tastes like strawberries. Try it. (Waving away) (Why isn't he falling for it?) The lady told me. What did she say earlier? - "Be careful." / - What? "Be careful." He said she told him to be careful.
It's very, very hot. Be careful, okay? (Message comprehended) He's amazing. The tacos are out, Seungjae. The tacos are out. Taco is Mexico's representative cuisine. A tortilla is filled with various meats and vegetables, and topped off with salsa. The original thing must taste phenomenal. (Shall I give it a bite?) He sure knows how to eat. I just want to put in the meat. Just the meat? - Yes. / - Okay, try it. (He wraps it all up carefully.) (Taking a bite) (One more time!) How is it? Is it good? Seungjae, make me one. (Oh, should I?) (Look forward to this one, Dad.) (I'll make sure it's extra special.) (He dumps in a lot of toppings.) (There you go.) That's a whole lot of that "be careful" salsa. They're definitely father and son. (I'll just leave them.) (This is perfect.)
(Enjoy, Dad.) - Oh, no. / - Thank you. I'll enjoy. Up to this point, - he probably felt so proud and happy. / - Right. (It contains all of my care and effort.) (He takes a big bite.) It spreads as soon as he takes a bite? I guess the heat comes right up. (Chuckling) (It's the world's most satisfied chuckle.) I don't think I can eat this. (This is so spicy.) (Scrunching his nose) (Did I take it too far?) Did you just pour that in there? Right? - A whole bunch. / - Did you? I put in enough to fill all the space. Did you fill all the space? Why? You like it a lot, so I poured it in there. - He did say that. / - He's right. (The music of a mariachi band fills the venue.) It's what you think of when you imagine Mexico. It's a mariachi band performance. (He's excited.) (He even does a silent whistle.) I want to stand. Okay, go ahead. Come on down. (Oh, yes!) Is he going straight - for the stage? / - He's cheerful.
(Hello, my name is Seungjae.) - He sure is brave. / - He knows how to have fun. Dance with me, Mom. It's a lot of fun. Me, too? (Shy) (Follow after me!) (She spins around with Seungjae.) (The night gets deeper.) Their first night in Mexico passes by with exciting music. Mexico's emerald beaches greet the morning. What kind of exciting day will unfold? It's morning. - It's morning. / - How exciting. Isn't the morning glow so pretty? - It's a pelican. / - You're right. - It's flying. / - You're right. - It caught a fish. / - It just - flies around. / - It's a real pelican. - Shall we go there? / - Yes. (They see a pelican for the first time.) It's a pelican. - It's flying this way. / - I know. (Welcome to Cancun.) So this is the sea of nature.
It's tiring. Fathers are just tired when they travel around the world. (Where did everyone go?) (They return after their walk.) We saw a pelican. Did you see a pelican? It caught a fish. It splashed in. Did it eat fish? (You sure enjoyed a nice sight.) There's an apple. Peel this apple for me. All of a sudden? Split it in two with a strong karate chop. How is that even possible? You can do it, Dad. - He just woke up. / - You can do it. He looks so drained today of all days. I can't. - Oh, no. / - Oh, no. - It doesn't work. / - Bow your head lower. - Like this? / - Yes! - How can I split this? / - You can do it. He did it. He's even more surprised. He split it on the spur of the moment. Here you go. (My dad is a Superman indeed.) Seungjae and I will hang out together. I'll give you some free time.
- You must be tired. / - Really? No, I want to hang out with Mom. Seungjae, let's give Mom a happy time to relax. I think she's happy when she's with me. - Seungjae... / - Mom is also happy when she's spending time alone. Mom, is that true? I want to see you every day, Seungjae. But there are some things I can't do with you. - Can we hang out? / - Can you have fun with Dad? - Yes! / - Thank you for giving me free time. (It's a shame, but I'll hang out with Dad.) (Ulsan, at Naeun's house) This is Naeun's home in Ulsan. Everyone talked about this family after their episode last week. All of my friends told me they wanted to see her. - She's pretty. / - Right. Everyone is in love with her. (Is someone talking about me?) (Gunhoo has woken up and is playing alone.) (Everyone, wake up!) Gunhoo woke up early. He must be bored. Right. (Gosh, I'm bored.) (Whining) Is Naeun going to check on him? (Gunhoo, I'm here.) (He stops crying as soon as he sees her.) (Kissing) She kisses him again.
She starts her day with a kiss. (She doesn't forget to give him a kiss.) (Thank you, Naeun.) (Give me a second, Gunhoo.) (She lowers one of the fences.) (Now follow me.) (She opens the door wide like it's nothing.) He can't walk yet. (I have the best sister in the world!) (Crawling furiously) (Is Gunhoo following me?) What's that? - His knees must hurt. / - Because his knees hurt. There are no mats on the floor. Gosh, he's funny. (He crawls after Naeun.) She gives him everything he needs. Older sisters take care of their younger brothers. (Which outfit should I wear today?) (I have decided on you.) (Naeun is getting ready.) She can dress up all by herself. (Naeun is getting ready.) (She enters the living room in a fancy outfit.) Look at this. What's that? She always has that glitter effect on screen. (Do I look pretty?) (Naeun is excited.) (She goes into her dad's room in her pretty outfit.) She's going to wake him up. Will she kiss him awake again? (He's already jealous.) She's not waking him up.
(Why is she leaving without waking him up?) - Mister. / - Yes? My dad is sleeping. Aciel, quiet down. Since her dad is sleeping, she wants him to be quiet. Seriously? (She heads into the kitchen.) No way. Is she going to eat by herself too? (Should I have a spoonful of chocolate?) (Yum!) Gosh, this is so delicious. It's good. (Are you going to eat that by yourself?) (Share it with me, Naeun.) (I want to eat that too!) (She puts on a chocolate mustache.) (She makes sandwiches with her mustache.) (I'll put a lot of this since it's good.) This is so good. (Bread and milk go so well together.) (She adds a banana for a hearty meal.) (You're going to give me some too, right?) (Naeun comes back to her dad's room.) Dad. Dad. (Acting cute) I made you a sandwich. What's that? (He spots the chocolate mustache.) Did you have chocolate? (Nodding) I told you chocolate can't be your breakfast. Did you have chocolate?
Did you make me a sandwich? - Yes. / - Really? She made it for her dad. - Let's go. / - Give me a kiss. - Goodness. / - Give me a kiss. - Gosh. / - Goodness. (We must have our morning kiss.) Ta-da. (If I get jealous, it means I've lost.) I bet the breakfast tastes amazing. I made it myself. Naeun, did you make me breakfast because you knew I was tired? I should cook you breakfast, right? I should be making you meals. I'm so grateful. Shall I eat this? (He eats the breakfast Naeun prepared.) I'll eat it too. Gosh, this is good. (Naeun takes a big bite too.) Is it good? (It's good as expected.) Do you think you did a good job? (She's proud of her breakfast.) Let's give some to Aciel. - Sure. / - Here. Take this, Aciel. Try it. (Everyone, I'm finally eating.) (Gosh, you're pretty good, Naeun.) (I bet you want to eat this too, right?) (He enjoys the first meal Naeun made for him.) Thank you, Naeun. I finished it. - Everything? / - It was really good. Please make me another one some other time. (I'll make you another one later.)
I realize why people were so adamant about having daughters. It was the first meal she made for me, so I enjoyed it very much. Ta-da. Let's wash you up, Gunhoo. Let's wash our faces. (We should wash our faces in the morning.) - I can put it on Aciel. / - Put the lotion on him. - She puts lotion on him? / - Here you go. (She spreads it a bit too aggressively.) - Be gentle. / - She's tough. You should apply the lotion too. Come here. Look. Do I look funny if I do this? Do I look funny? Look. I'll do it on Aciel too. (Gunhoo gets snot on his face.) Like this. (My goodness.) (She senses something is wrong.) Don't do that to me. Just let me do it this once. - It's really fun. It is. / - "Don't do that to me." Let me just do it this once. No. (Why not? I look pretty good.) You have something on your face. Let me get it. Let me wipe it for you. (Crying) (What is this?) (She feels wronged.) (He's having the most fun.)
She relies on that cameraman a lot. - I guess so. / - What happened? (Please wipe it for me.) I'm jealous of him. But the cameraman didn't wipe it off. My gosh, he just smudged it. Come here. A snowman! (You're unbelievable.) Naeun, let's take a photo. (She makes a V with her fingers for the photo.) (Snot on her face, why do all dads do this?) (But Naeun still looks pretty.) Look. I'm going to cook now. (It's time to cook lunch.) I'm coming too. Do you want to cook together? She's a nice daughter. - She tries to do everything with him. / - Exactly. Let me put it in. I can put it in. Please put that in. (This kind daughter helps her dad.) - May I eat this now? / - No, you can't. Wash it for me. Is Jooho a good cook? (He starts cooking skillfully.) (He puts the chicken into the pot first.) (Is that a carbonated drink?) Can you pour this into the pot? - Isn't that a carbonated drink? / - What's going on? Fill it up with this. What's that? It's delicious. - What about that? / - This? It's garlic.
(Will this be delicious?) Let's put a spoonful. Today's menu is braised chicken in a carbonated drink. Apparently, the drink adds flavor to the dish. (Naeun escapes the kitchen in the end.) (What do you have in your hands?) - This is an apple. / - What's this? - That cameraman is lucky. / - Exactly. (You should have one too.) - I just ran out. / - I see. You can have your lunch with your dad. (She shows up again with carrots.) What's this? - This is a carrot. / - What's up with her? - Is the cameraman handsome? / - I guess he is. She goes to the other cameraman. - She just gives him one. / - She's making the trip. (She only feeds this cameraman.) No more carrots now. I see. Who eats carrots? (She studies her dad's face) (and runs away with the whole bowl.) You can eat this. What's that? You can have this. (I'll only give this to you.) (He's flustered.) (What did this lucky guy see?) - Do you want to eat this? / - She brought raw onions. - This? / - Think of it as an apple. Is there no ssamjang?
Eat it. (He can't refuse the food due to her cuteness.) Eat this, too. I am full. I am full. No. (It's impossible not to like her.) Do you see my tears? Naeun, where is the onion? (Here.) Where is it? Uncle ate all of it. It must have been spicy. Did he say it's tasty? Uncle cried. Really? (It's hard to be a cameraman for Naeun.) I finished cooking. Okay. Gunhoo has woken up in the meantime. (Is anyone there?) Gunhoo, is it hot? Come here. (Let's eat lunch together.) Gunhoo, try this. (He gets a drumstick as soon as he wakes up.) Can he already eat a drumstick? - Thank you for the food. / - Thank you for the food. He must have eaten it often. (This restaurant serves tasty braised chicken.) (The other drumstick goes to Naeun.) Is it good? (Nodding) (This is why I cook.)
(She enjoys her food.) I will eat with kimchi. (The way Naeun eats) (will make people want braised chicken.) (Why isn't he eating?) (Gunhoo looks uncomfortable.) Aciel is pooping. That's right. Aciel is pooping. Aciel is pooping. Good job. You are pooping by yourself. His face is flushed red. - He is pushing. / - Aciel, eat slowly. Your poop is coming out, okay? Wait a second. Aciel, wait a second. You will be done soon. (The dishes I made are tastiest.) (He is enjoying his dish.) (He inhales the food.) (They finished the braised chicken.) (Jooho calls someone.) Hello. Hello. (The laugh sounds familiar.) - This is exhausting. / - Is it your day off? Yes, it is. Say, "Hello." Uncle, hello. What's your name? Naeun. - Naeun? / - Yes. Donggook, this is really exhausting. (Laughing)
It will improve your soccer skills. Will it improve my soccer skills? Yes. If you endure it, you will play soccer for a long time. - Really? / - Yes. Take it. I think... (I only got to say a few words.) I think I will get to play towards the end of August. Uncle, let's meet later. Okay. Just know that I will bring scary girls with me. Okay. Gosh, you look scary. Bye. Bye. All right. (Uncle, let's meet later.) Are they at an oriental medical clinic? Hello. Dad, how old are you? Me? I am 33 years old. Write "33 years old". Sign here. Sign. - Are you done? / - Done! Naeun, come and sit here. Come and sit here. Are you done? Why don't we measure your height? Stand on it. Don't look up. Stand straight.
Attention. No. Push back your back and head. Look down. Look down. (Standing straight) (The machine fails to measure her height.) Naeun, let's try it one more time. Raise your head. Wait. Wait. - You got it. / - Let's see the result. - Her height is... / - Your height is 95.3cm. Your weight is 13.7kg. You grew up a lot. - She's a bit taller than her peers. / - Really? Come inside. I got injured during the World Cup. That's why... Jooho played in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where he sustained an injury. The entire nation was worried about him. He couldn't continue playing after the injury. A video of Anna leaning against the rail to console him became the talk of the town. (Worried) I sustained an injury during the first game. The terrible predicament I was in made me shed tears. I told her that I was okay.
I kept telling her that. I felt bad for her. Please go in. - Hello. / - Hello. - Hello. / - It has been a while. You are good at bowing. Who has an injury, you or your dad? - My dad. / - I see. That's right. It's the patient who should sit. What's your name? - Naeun. / - Naeun. How old are you? Five years old. I see. - Come here. / - All right. I signed it. Let me take a look. Is that your signature? She signed it. (I don't know what to say.) Is that a signature? Every signature is unique. Will you give this to me or keep it for yourself? Thank you. - Okay. / - Hold the baby. Where does your dad hurt? Here. Where? Here. There? Naeun, are you hurt anywhere? Didn't you say it hurts here? - No. / - No? Children say they are fine when they are at a clinic. - Shall we begin? / - Yes.
Naeun, stay by my side. (I will be your guardian of the day.) Bend over. - Does your back hurt? / - Yes. Does it hurt? Lean back. (Here I go.) (How am I doing, Doctor?) Stretch to the right. Does your back hurt? This side feels okay. Rotate your torso. My right side feels strained. All right. Please lie down on the bed. Naeun, hold my hand. (Holding) Let me check. - It hurts. / - He must be in pain. Naeun is worried. The 12th thoracic vertebra, the first lumbar vertebra, and your sides are the problems. We are done. You can get up now. Does it hurt a lot? Yes, it does. Do you need a shot? Yes, I do. - Do you want a shot? / - No. No? Why not? I will wait here. - Will you wait here? / - Yes. Get a shot by yourself.
(She draws the line.) - Although she loves him, / - By myself? she doesn't want a shot. It's time to get acupuncture. - Let's go. / - Let's go. Have a watermelon. My goodness. He is having a good time. Do you want more? My goodness. (He holds the watermelon in his hand.) Someone has to watch Gunhoo while Jooho gets treated. He is eating well. You finished the watermelon! That didn't take long. - Gosh, look at his smile. / - He eats really well. Stay by my side. Don't make it hurt. (Holding) It's strange. - When a child holds you, / - It will sting. it comforts you. (Ouch!) Her dad is in pain. (Stabbing) (Shocked) It's not a shot, but acupuncture. It involves multiple needles. (That's a lot.) (His back is covered with needles.)
It's hard to watch. It hurts. It hurts. (The nail Naeun painted is an attention grabber.) She looks somber. - This is the last one. / - Okay. It will hurt a bit. This is the needle I will use. Will it hurt a lot? You will feel a twinge. It's long, right? Naeun, would you take a needle in my stead? You should take it. Come on. Children are most scared of needles. Where are you going, Naeun? Wait a second. Wait a second. You should be next to me. Where are you going? - I am here. / - She must be scared. She doesn't want to see the treatment up close. Be honest. You are scared, right? No? Naeun, lie down on this bed. - No. / - Why not? Then I will get a shot. You mean if you lie down? If I get a shot, I will... I will cry. Will you cry? Will you cry if you get a shot? Yes. What about me? You should cry. Should I cry?
- "Go ahead and cry." / - You are a coward. - I am not a coward. / - Why not? Dad, you had the fighting spirit. - Where? / - You had the fighting spirit. (She describes him during the World Cup.) You said, "Let's go, Korea!" You jumped and jumped. I jumped and got hurt, right? (Nodding) - It was sad. / - Was it sad? Naeun was actually at the stadium when Jooho got injured. She must have been startled, but she held her injured dad's hand and looked after him. Parents get energy from their children when they are exhausted or sick. I don't want to show my weak side - to my children. / - Please be gentle. Okay. I will be gentle. (She holds her dad's hand.) I am done. - It's done, Dad. / - Is it done? It's done. - Really? / - It's over. Thank you.
- All right. / - She is like a guardian. Dad, are you all better? Yes, I am. - Are you fine now? / - Yes. I'm not in pain. Don't get hurt from now on. Okay. I promise. I won't get hurt from now on. Okay. Which family is busy moving here? The house that becomes empty without furniture is the Hammingtons' house. William and Bentley were born and raised in that house. It contains a lot of good memories. Now we're moving as the monthly rent contract is over. This time, we will make a lease. A lease! Today is a lucky day for moving. What are we doing today? - We are moving. / - That's right. Where are we going? - A big house. / - What? - A big house. / - A lease. A lease. A yearly lease. A yearly lease. That's right. Now I won't have to pay the monthly rent. A lease!
(He dances to celebrate the lease.) A lease! (Bentley is popping.) A lease! (We are moving to a yearly lease.) Did you get your belongings? (William becomes mischievous.) What are you doing? (He leaves a face print on the window.) - Look at me. / - He is leaving his marks. (My goodness.) (The two of them have the same mental age.) (3 years old and 42 years old.) - Do you want to try? / - Ben too. All three of them. (The Hammington family's face print) - How cute! / - Seriously. (He does better than his dad.) (They look around the place one last time.) With everything out of the house... The house that contained precious memories becomes empty. (Even the kitchen is empty.) It looks like Sam is torn to leave the house he came to love. (Many things happened in this house.) Don't cry. Do you want to continue living here? Bentley was born in this house. You started to walk here. You started to talk. There are many memories.
(They remember the precious memories.) We saw every part of William's development in this special house. He had his first weaning food and took his first step here. The house contains every precious memory. (The house contains precious memories.) Food. (He said his first word in this house.) He gained a lovely brother. (He gained a lovely brother.) (Bentley came to them like a blessing.) And Bentley came to them like a blessing into the house they must leave now. (Bentley came to them like a blessing.) (They store the memories in their hearts.) They leave with the memories stored in their hearts. I am moving. See you again. - Sam. / - Yes? - I heard you are moving. / - Yes. That's so sad. It's okay. You will see me often. - You will see me often. / - Okay. The neighbors must be sad as well. - Right. / - See you again.
- All right. / - Okay. Where is your car? - My car? / - Yes. Where is your car? We aren't taking the car. - We are walking. / - To the new house? - William... / - Maybe they're taking a short walk. What is going on? - Hold my hand. / - Okay. We used to live in Block Three. Are they moving to a different block? They are moving to a nearby apartment. (It's a five-minute walk from the old house.) A big house. A big house. - A big house. / - That's right. (They arrive at the new house.) William. - What is this place? / - My house. Is it your house? Step on this at the count of three. Okay? Go away, bad energy. Go away. In one, two, three. (Go away, bad energy.) William. - Do you want to break it one more time? / - Yes. Go away! Go away! Let's take our shoes off and go inside. (They hope for good luck as they enter.) - What is this place? / - My house.
Is it your house? - The new house. / - It's the new house. Poop. - What? / - Poop. - Is there a poop? / - Yes. Whose poop is it? It's Gaji's poop. Is it Gaji's poop? (That's Mandu's poop.) (I don't know anything.) I will clean it up. (He works as soon as he arrives.) (Is William looking at the cameraman?) (Running) Uncle, come on out. (He ask Uncle to come out of the tent.) We introduce the family's new house. This is a playroom for William and Bentley. William has adjusted to the new house. (He has adjusted to the new house.) (William is gone.) (Peek-a-boo!) Dad's room. This is every dad's dream. It's a room Sam will use by himself. I am jealous. (Sam's study and internet cafe) My room. This is William's first room.
He will grow up well in this room. (William will soon get a bed.) My room. Mom's room. (Bentley is asleep.) Uncle, be quiet. The baby is asleep. Baby. (See you after a nap.) Bye. (Let's go outside.) Food. Gaji peed. What kind of memories will they make here? (Welcome to the Hammingtons' new house.) - Shall we eat? / - Yes. Do you know what you eat on the day you move? (Let's eat something.) You eat jjajangmyeon. Jjajang. Do you like jjajangmyeon, William? Yes. I will make you jjajangmyeon spaghetti. Yes. Yes. Hey, Bentley is bald, right? - Yes. / - Have you heard of a wig? Bentley can wear a wig. (It's a cabbage wig for Bentley.) Hi. Hello. It looks good. Is it fun?
- Will you eat it? / - He nibbled at it. How cute! You must eat jjajangmyeon or jjajangmyeon spaghetti. Please give me food. (This customer is impatient.) - Hold on. / - Oh, my. (He adds cheese to the jjajangmyeon spaghetti.) It looks delicious. (Become tasty.) (Cheese jjajangmyeon spaghetti and chicken salad) I made cheese jjajangmyeon spaghetti. - Do you need help? / - It looks delicious. (I wonder how it tastes.) (William eats with gusto.) What is this? (Proud) Is it good? (Your cheese jjajangmyeon spaghetti is delicious.) Bentley saw the food. I can't wait to see what he will do. Where is the wet tissue? (He found some lemon.) That's a lemon. He shouldn't eat it. (He glances around) (and puts it in his mouth.) (It must be very sour.) (William tasted lemon when he was young.) (Electrifying) (The taste was shocking.)
Babies look so cute when they have sour food. How will Bentley react? He must find it sour. (His face doesn't change as he eats the lemon.) I guess he doesn't find it sour. (I can't believe him.) - Is he eating it? / - Yes, he is. (He is like the master of eating show.) (He drops the lemon.) (I wasn't done yet.) What did you do? Did you eat a lemon? Gosh, how did it eat something so sour? Do you want it? (Hurry up and give it to me.) (He resumes eating it.) Isn't it sour? (Sam tries it.) (My goodness.) - He became ugly. / - Gosh, it's so sour! How are you eating it? (It's pretty good.) Don't eat this. Let's eat weaning food. Okay? I will bring it. I don't know where everything is. My goodness. He takes food whenever Sam leaves. (He gets bell pepper and boiled pumpkin.) (There he goes again.) Look at his face. (Dancing) He eats so well. He is amazing.
(I still have a piece of bell pepper.) (Uncle, I have a lot of food.) (He drops the bell pepper.) (I don't cry when I have food left.) What did he see? (William began to inhale his food.) They are having a bit of a competition. (What?) Bentley wants to eat since William is eating. (He grabs the noodles with his hand.) (You are pretty good at eating.) William is older than Bentley. (The original food fighter versus the rising star) Good job. There was a weaning food I made previously. (Chicken breast and bell pepper) Don't eat meat. (Bentley gets caught.) Are you eating my food? - Are you? / - He puts on a smile. The baby ate your food. (The baby ate your food.) - Did the baby eat my food? / - His eyes got big. You need to eat weaning food. (Bentley's eating show isn't over yet.) Let go. Let go. Let go so I can give you more. (I won't miss a single drop.) - He won't let go. / - Are you done?
I know you aren't. Let go. Come on. (Will you give me more food?) Are you done, William? (His big belly) (and his face says everything.) (William leaves the table.) Come here. Are you pooping? He must have short intestines. He poops right after he eats. Are you pooping, William? (Gosh, I am still eating.) William, you are pooping, right? What do you do after a meal? - Brush my teeth. / - You brush your teeth, right? Where is your toothbrush? Here. (He gets ready with a cute toothbrush.) Are you ready? Let's go. (He brushes his teeth with a video.) Can you do it by yourself? Brush your upper teeth. (He follows the video to brush his teeth.) There you go. Now your lower teeth. If you don't want to get cavities, you need to follow the video. You won't get cavities that way. (Grabbing) Come on. (I want to watch the video.) (Tapping) Don't do that to your brother. (Ben is disheartened.) Okay? Show him that you are sorry.
(I'm sorry, William.) There you go. (Patting) Good boy. (He rinses his mouth.) Spit it out. Good boy. Who is this handsome boy? Me. (Laughing) It's nice that you are handsome. Good boy. (Seonam Lake Park smells like lotus flowers.) Which family visited a park that smells of lotus flowers? Isn't it nice to come outside? - It's hot. / - Is it hot? It's hot these days. It must be worse for children. How nice! (Thank you, Naeun.) All right. Naeun, what is this? Look at it. What is this? Should I put it over my head since it's hot? It's cool. Do you want it over your head? Put it over your head. She looks like a cartoon character. (Oh, no!) - She should turn it off. / - She should turn it off. Where are you going? (What is going on?) Hold on. It's twisted. I can't open it. (Her hair got twisted around the fan.) I will have to break it. (I will have to break the fan.)
(What will you break in this heat?) (He opens the fan.) Hold on. I'll do it for you. Will it work again? (Will the fan work again?) (He fixes it quickly.) It works. Look. Should you put it near your hair again? - No. / - That's right. (I will be more careful with my hair.) Naeun, come here. Do you hear the croaking sound? What is it? What are you looking for? Are you looking for frogs? (Jooho sees something.) Gunhoo, what is this? (What is that?) What is this? Is this a toad or a frog? Take a look. - Hello. / - Hello. What is its name? Its name is Frog. Do you want to touch it? (Not really.) No? (Startled) Why? It's only a frog. It doesn't bite. There is a frog behind you! (He brings the frog closer.) Naeun. - Gosh, why would he do that? / - Naeun. (How will Naeun react?) (Screaming)
Is it scary? Put it down. - Should I put it down? / - Yes. Put it down. Gunhoo, take a look. It's a frog. Hello, frog. (Do you want to take a look?) Hello, frog. (What?) It's a frog. Hello, frog. Gunhoo. It's a frog. Hello, friend. - Bye. / - Bye. See you again. I will put it here. It's cooler now, right? - Naeun. / - Look. What is that? Goodness. They can't walk past that. They are like sparrows at a mill. (This is fun.) Our children love trampolines, too. I think I've been visiting the trampolines in the neighborhood every day. Gunhoo, do you want to have a go? It looks like Gunhoo will have a go. Isn't it a bit too early? (I have waited for this moment.) Gunhoo. (Catch me if you can.) Where are you going? Jooho sat down as if he is in a room. Gunhoo always crawls on his fours. (The attack of Gunhoo)
(Naeun is excited.) She is having fun. You are really good at this. (The fun only lasts a short while.) (The more he plays with the lovely siblings,) (the more ragged his breath becomes.) Naeun, aren't you tired? Shall we go? No? Adults don't have the stamina to play alongside children. - We tire easily. / - It's impossible. (He takes Gunhoo to a water fountain.) Is he your only son? No, I have three sons. Did you take all three sons out? You are incredible. Naeun, are you done? - Yes. / - Rinse your face. - Hello. / - Say, "Hello." - Are you a soccer player by any chance? / - Yes. (That's me.) I thought you looked familiar. Nice to meet you. - I will take another one. / - Okay. (Is Naeun running again?) - Thank you. / - Thank you. - Have a good time. / - Okay. Where did your sister go? (Playing in the water is the best when it's hot.) - They are swimming. / - Are you going to swim? Yes. (I love to swim.)
But we don't have extra clothes. I want to go. What can we do? You can dip your feet in. It's hot out, so the water must feel good. (I'm so happy.) Naeun, just don't swim. Don't get your clothes wet. Hey! (Reaching) Of course she sat down. (We always want to do what we're not allowed.) - She went on her stomach right away. / - Naeun! - It must be cool. / - You shouldn't be swimming. - What will he do? / - I don't have extra clothes. (Sighing) (Sorry, Dad.) (Splashing) (Naeun in the water) Naeun, you're not listening to me at all. (Dad, join me.) Don't splash me. (Excited) (What are we going to do with your sister?) What do we do, Gunhoo? (I want to go too.) Do you want to go in? No, you can't. Step on those and walk slowly. What are you going to do about this? (She's drenched from head to toe.) Do you want to wear my shirt? Then what about me? Should I wear your shirt?
Do you want us to switch? Naeun, do you want this? This? I'll give you this. One, two, three. He's on fours. He's so unique. Here. Wait. I'm almost done. What is this? He changed his shirt into a dress. (Are we watching an award show?) - Gosh. / - She looks so pretty. Gosh. It looks pretty worn like that, but it's his undershirt. I might be a fool for you, but I think you look good even in this. (You look lovely no matter what.) She's satisfied. Her dad is so smart. No one will be able to tell it's my shirt. No one will notice. Isn't it your dress? Did you have fun? What are we going to do about your clothes? Should I buy you a new dress without telling Mom? (Let's hurry.) Do you want one? Okay, let's go. Are they going shopping? She's so lucky.
(She's walking around town in her dad's undershirt.) Come on. Let's go together. (Why do I feel like someone's staring?) Look. Everyone is staring at you. (Attention-grabbing) - I'm embarrassed. / - Are you? This is an undershirt. I'll buy you an outfit soon. See? Gunhoo is embarrassed for you too. (They entered a clothing shop.) Is this an undershirt? Yes. Really? Naeun, look. This is No. 1. - I like this. / - No. 2. - No. 3. / - This. I want this. No. 4. This one. Anna doesn't like dressing the kids in gender-specific clothes. She's against it, so we tend to dress them in neutral clothes and colors. But from a dad's point of view, I want to see her in a fancy dress. (Excited) (Will Naeun look like a princess?)
Are you ready, Naeun? (Are you ready?) (Soft steps) She looks so pretty. She's so beautiful. - Her face completes it. / - She's running to him. She's driving me crazy. (Amazing!) He looks like a groom looking at his bride. I bet she's even more beautiful. Naeun. Where are you? (Peek-a-boo!) Yes. She should have at least one pink dress. I wish I had a daughter like her. (Lovely) Gosh, she knows she's pretty. Naeun. (Peek-a-boo!) (This is why daughters are the best.) Did you change again? Let's see. Let's take a photo. One, two, three. Look at her face. (A fool for his daughter) After seeing Naeun looking so pretty in dresses, I shouldn't let her wear dresses too often. (She looks too pretty in dresses.) Big house.
Big. Big house. (William likes the big house.) They're renovating downstairs. You can jump as much as you want. (Zooming) (What just went pass?) Okay? Jump as much as you want. What is that? William, what is this? Are you ready to play? Yes. Then scream. (That's when...) - Bentley. / - He's standing. (Bentley is standing by himself.) He's standing by himself. (He can even smile.) They're the cutest at this age. Gosh. (He was standing for nine seconds.) Did you see that? What should we do? Let's clap. Ben. Good job, buddy. Good job, baby. He did well, didn't he? Gosh, Ben. You're going to start walking soon. Right? We can do this since we haven't settled in yet.
- Are you ready? / - Yes. What is that? (A huge object is finally taking shape.) It's an air bounce. I didn't know you could use it indoors. Since our new house is bigger, I wanted to let them play all they want. Also, the place below us is empty right now. It's the only time for them to use the air bounce. (Play as much as you want.) - That looks like fun. / - He's going to love it. (It's just his taste.) Are you having fun? Do you want to climb up? (He's climbing up the air bounce alone.) Hold on. (He made it to the top without a problem.) Are you having fun? Ben, are you happy? Are you coming down? (Gosh.) (My head is too heavy.) (My head got caught.) (I am still excited.) Hurrah! (I love the new place!) You brothers are so cute. (Banging) (He smiles even after falling.)
You're doing well. Jump. - Dad. / - Who is that? You look so ugly. Thank you, Dad. He's thanking his dad. When you hear something like that, all the hard work put into setting up - Of course. / - feels like nothing. Should I go up with you? Yes! - Should I play with you? / - Yes. Okay, here I come. Here I go. (Shaking) Is there an earthquake? (Guys, let's play together.) Sam is... No, no, no. All the air will escape. (Struggling) Be careful. Go down. - Okay, I'm sorry. / - They can't play together. "Go down." Sorry. It's such a mess. (The green monster is causing a calamity.) It's a site of a disaster. - He's wearing green too. / - Go down. Okay. The pillars are tilting. (The green monster is being pushed away.) (William throws himself to block Sam.) (Good job, William.)
You're too mean to me. I want to play too. You're too big. Yes. You should just let the kids play. Ben, come here. (His diaper is full.) He peed a lot. Stay here. (Sam is off to change Bentley.) It's soft, so he's rolling on it. Kids are flexible. They'll be fine even if they crouch. (William goes out to the balcony.) What? Oh, no. (This looks like a good place.) Gosh. What do we do? (No way!) (Sigh) It's over. Won't it leak? (Let's see.) (Satisfied) It's water. Water is here. (William's water park is now open.) Oh, no! Oh, my gosh! This looks a bit strange. (Giggling) It'll be a big problem if the water leaks. I'm surprised he even thought of it. You're right. (Singing)
(This is so much fun.) Dad! What? Hey! Wait a second. What are you doing? - Turn it off. / - I have to turn it off. What did you do? What are you doing? - Water. / - I know it's water. - Why did you do this? / - How will he drain it? (He coughs in his shock.) What do we do about this? Look. It's all water. Are you having fun? Hey! Are you having fun? (He surprised himself.) William. - It's still fun. / - Stop that. - Stop that. / - He's so cute. Sam is shocked. (William doesn't care how Sam reacts.) What's with that leg? - How will he drain it? / - What a mess. What's with that leg? He probably saw it somewhere. It's hilarious. He's so excited. (You can enjoy a water park at home.) (It's not that difficult.) - That... / - How cute. (All he can do is laugh.) You're driving me crazy. Is it fun? Your brother is out of his mind.
Look at your diaper. It's so full. (Heavy) Your diaper is falling to your knees. (What a headache.) Look at your diaper. How... It's so big. You're so funny. You're out of your mind. You... Have you gone crazy? (Drooping) (Laughing) (It's about to drop.) - His bottoms will show. / - Look. Look at his diaper. (It's getting heavier and heavier.) Look at his diaper. - I didn't know it could get that big. / - Me neither. Hey... (Sam is about to run out of breath.) Gosh. It's out. (My stomach hurts.) My stomach hurts. Hey, stop it. Stop. You'll get the floor wet. - Heavy. / - It's heavy, right? - Big. / - Big. This isn't just big. (I had such a fun time in the water.) Hello, William. - Did you clean the house? / - It's Mom.
Oh, my. Where did you get this? It's as big as the house. - He got rid of the water. / - Where's William? (Sam is quick to clean up.) Where is it? The air is out. You can't jump anymore. One, two, three, four. William, do you like the new house? - Do you like it? / - Lease. Lease. It's actually someone else's house. (Bentley, do you like it too?) I think the kids changed a little after their mom came. They look peaceful. Gosh, how sweet. (The boys are getting even closer.) - Sam! / - Yes? I have something to show you. Come here. Let's go. Come on. When is this from? Hold on. 2001. It must be a letter from when they were dating. - No. / - Do you want to see it? "Hello, honey." - What was I saying? / - Exactly. "I'm warring about your stress." - You spelled it wrong. / - No. Don't read it in front of the kids. It's fun.
You should've written, "To my dear Yumi", but you wrote, "To Sam who loves Yumi". Did you write it to yourself? He messed up "to" and "from". I was only acting like I was writing to you. But your handwriting is better than mine. Right? - What is that? / - They only have diapers on. - They look so cute. / - Your handwriting... (William is running away skillfully.) (Bentley the glutton is charging.) "Money..." What are you saying here? (Same space, different situations) This, too. (William hides behind his mom.) (He looks so upset.) He's so sad. (You just wait until I'm bigger.) William, look. Dad wrote letters to me a long time ago. Isn't it funny? Hey. - Sit down. / - Come on. - Don't laugh. / - Give me the pictures. Who is this? - Me. / - Is it you? - You like birds like Dad too. / - Is that Sam? What did he do to his hair? - Who is it? / - Brother. - Brother? Is that right? / - Brother? (Who is this handsome man?) (Their grandfather must be watching from above.)
- He looks cool. / - Look. Who is this? (They have pictures from their dates.) - Who is this? / - Mom. Yes, it's Mom and Dad when we were dating. (Slim Sam) - He looks so young. / - How cute. Aunt! Aunt? Do you recognize someone? Let's see. Do they have an aunt? (What kind of picture could it be?) Why didn't you throw this out? We still have it. What is this? I didn't know. I didn't know we had it. Why does he have it? Didn't she give you that Korean name? - I don't know. / - Say something. Suddenly he lost his memory? William, who's prettier? This aunt or me? - That's a risky question. / - William. Who's prettier? Mom is prettier. - I knew it. / - Thank goodness. - Her son is the best. / - My son is the best. Sam was able to avoid a crisis thanks to him. Shall we go buy some ice cream? - Do you want ice cream? / - Yes. - Let's go. Hurry up. / - Really?
- What about cleaning? / - I have to get milk. Did we run out of milk? - We'll be back. / - Okay. (What's with you two? You're suspicious.) William, let's go. Go. William, what is that in your hands? (Dad Sam, Mom Yumi, Good) What is that? It's a special day today. You have to help me, okay? Okay. - Here. / - Sleep. - Open. / - Open it. Open it. Here. Let's put this down. Let's set up. (It's a snack William likes.) Eat snacks. (He's acting cute.) Go ahead. (He's having a chocolate too.) (He sounds like an old man.) - Are you ready? / - Yes! One, two, three. (Congratulations on the lease.) "Congratulations on the lease." Is this actually a thing? I think he just wanted to have a family party. He even prepared a cake in the shape of a pig. A pig. That's so cute.
Pig. While settling the lease, Yumi's birthday went by uncelebrated The ritual is an excuse to celebrate her birthday. We're having this ritual so that only good things will happen to us. We normally have to put money in the nostrils or ears. - Do you have cash? / - Yes. How much do you have? (I have a lot of cash.) Do you have 100 dollars? Give it to me. (Let me see.) Does money come out from diapers? I think it's too far in. What is he giving Sam? This is the smallest money in the world. Eat it? What should we do now? We have to get Mom to come. - Yumi! / - Louder. Yumi! Baby! Mother! Mother! Mother! Jeong Yumi! Yumi! (Yumi is finally making an appearance.) What is it? What is this? "Congratulations on the lease"? It's open. This is hilarious. That's so funny.
Should we call our third kid "Lease"? Don't be ridiculous. Jeong Lease. Right? Why are your dad and brother so funny? It's been tough until now. We had to move on your birthday, so I couldn't congratulate you properly. Until now... I've worked hard, but I'll work even harder from now on. I'll make sure you live in comfort. - Thank you. / - Gosh, Sam. - He's so romantic. / - Instead of a lease, I'll buy you a big house one day. Come down for now. You'll like this. - Bring a lot of cash. / - Cash? We have to put it in. Let's go see William. Such a fuss over a leased house. Once we actually buy one... He'll hold a neighborhood party. Do we have to put in cash? William, let's put in the money. Please help William and Ben stay healthy in the new house. (They hope the boys will grow strong and healthy.) We'll pray so that you can grow strong. That's all you need. (Happy birthday to you) You have to look at me. (Happy birthday, dear Mom) (Turning) (Happy birthday, Mom.)
Tell Mom that Dad loves her. Dad loves Yumi. Thank you. Thank you, son. Give me a kiss. Pass it on to Dad. Give him a kiss too. (I'm delivering a kiss.) Pass it on to Mom. Kiss Mom. - You two do it. / - Do what? He's telling them to do it themselves. Let's clap. Let's live well. Mom, I love you. I love you. (The Mexican sun is scorching.) (The street musician is wandering again.) (I'm no ordinary mariachi singer.) (I'm from Bangbae-dong, Korea.) (I'm a Korean mariachi singer, Ko Seungjae.) (Passion runs in my blood.) (He is reborn as a Korean mariachi singer.) The Ko family is in Mexico. Where will they visit first? I heard that Playa del Carmen is like Mexico's Yeonnam-dong or Hongdae. It's apparently a hot place to be. I wanted to feel the energy of youths, so we visited the place. (Excited) (The two men leave their hotel.)
How are you? Hello. Actually, we would like to go to Playa del Carmen. You have to cross the street. (Go across the street.) (There's a taco place beside a church.) Or No. 6. Bus No. 1. No. 1 or No. 6. - No. 6? / - There are 2 that go there. The boy is free. But you have to hold him. If he walks, he has to pay. (If a child walks, then he has to pay.) (Is that so?) There is no bell. You must ask the driver. - No bell? / - No bell. - No bells on the bus? / - No. You must ask the driver to open the door. Okay. Seungjae, let's go. We'll get there somehow. (Jiyong's method of finding a destination) (He only goes straight.) (He walks in circles when he's close by.) I don't think it'll be easy. They even got lost in Busan. How will they get off a bus in Mexico? (Dad, not today!) We have to find a church. The first step is finding a church. Let me know if you spot a crucifix. Where is the church? (Jiyong's broken English) Church!
(Jiyong uses body language.) - Over there. / - There? (He uses his hands and feet.) Thank you. (What?) There's the church. There should be a taco place. Here is it. We found it. This is the taco place. They found it. It's good so far. (But where is the bus stop?) I guess they don't have a sign. He should ask. How do I get to the central station? (Sorry, I don't speak English.) (Startled) - The bus stops here. / - Here? - It stops here. / - To the central station? - Yes. / - Thank you. - We found it. / - We found it. We have to take bus No. 1 or No. 6. Here comes the bus. (Zooming) (We can't miss it!) Hurry up. Hurry up. Come on. (Rushing) He has to hold Seungjae to avoid paying. If he walks up, they have to pay. It's only free if I hold you. (I'll hold you so you can ride for free!) It's only free if I hold you.
(He pays for just one person.) (Seungjae gets a free ride.) We got on. High-five. (There is no bell, so ask the driver.) Seungjae, I forgot to tell him our stop. When the bus stops, I'll go and tell him. If we don't tell him, I don't know where we'll go. What? (Come on, Dad!) Where are we going? The Central Bus Terminal. "Central Bus Terminal". Let's go to the bus terminal. (Urgent) - Bus... / - Bus terminal! (Okay.) Thank you. (They confirm with a handshake.) - Bye. / - Bye. - Seungjae is growing up globally. / - Good job. Dad, is this Mexico? Yes, we're in Mexico. (They enjoy the foreign view.) (This is the terminal!) We must have arrived. - Thank you! / - Thank you! Thank you. Bye. Good job. The water at this place is emerald in color.
It's the Yeonnam-dong of Mexico, and a hot place for backpackers. It's Playa del Carmen. What kind of memories will they make here? We're here! (Seungjae is here!) (One should say hello when you arrive.) Hello. Hello. - Hello. / - He greets everyone. Bye. It doesn't matter what continent you're in. - Everyone loves kids who are polite. / - That's right. Hello. Hello. - Hello. / - Hello. - Hello. / - Hello. - Hello. / - Hello. (Friendly people) This place is awesome. (Beautiful streets) Seungjae, let's take pictures here. Come up, Seungjae. (I want to take one with Seungjae.) (I pick you.) Seungjae. Do you want to try asking them? Yes. Say hello first. - Hello. / - Hello. (Hello!) Photo, please. "Photo, please"? Photo, please. (Picture)
(I want to take one with them.) Is he sitting down? He wants to take one with them. That might be better. Do you want to take one with them? Cheese. Seungjae, look here. (It's a random family picture.) - Where are you from? / - Italy. - And you? / - Korea. Korea. What's your name? Seungjae. (The people Seungjae meets) Nice to meet you. - Thank you. Let's go. / - No. (We have to go now!) (Well...) I want rice cakes. Rice cakes? Did he see them eat something? Rice cake, please. (He mixed two languages.) Do you want it? (It looks like rice cakes, but it's dried coconut.) - He mistook it. / - Yes, since it's also white. (I don't care if it's a snack.) What is that? - Coconut. / - Coconut. - It's good. / - It's very good. (Rice cake...) - Bite. / - It's hard. - It's hard. / - Bite it. - Eat it like a chocolate. / - Bite. - Bite. / - Bite it. (Is this a brick?)
It tastes really bad. It tastes bad. - Is it bad? / - Yes. - No good? / - No good. (What can we do?) Sorry. Is he giving back what he was eating? (I'll just return this.) - He's so cute. / - Okay. (He's so funny.) Gift. Thank you very much. - Turtle. / - Turtle. - Turtle. / - Turtle. It's a very nice turtle. It's a skull. A skull. It looks like you. Why does it look like me? Do I resemble a skull? How so? The face. My face? Seungjae has good eyes. (They look like twins.) - This looks exactly like you. / - Okay. It looks totally like you. (They ended up buying a skull.) Let's go. Seungjae, let's eat something delicious. Let's get something Mexican, okay? Hello. Do you want something to drink? I have lemonade and orangeade. - Lemon. / - Lemon? Do you want lemonade? (It's as big as his face.) Is that a bowl? How does it taste?
It's sour. (The sour taste shows on his face.) It's sour. I've never had such sour lemon juice. Okay, I'll drink it. I'll give you the orange juice. Mexican lemonade is really sour. Is it sour? These are the sauces. This is the spiciest sauce. It's habanero chili sauce. This is how Mexican eat it. (As Jiyong trusted his good son,) (he tried the sauce without any suspicion.) (The sauce almost put him in delirium.) (It's a waste if I eat this alone.) Is he trying to get Seungjae to eat it? He's determined to feed Seungjae the sauce. Rock-paper-scissors. The loser will eat this. - Rock-paper-scissors. / - Rock-paper-scissors. (Jiyong wins.) Open your mouth. (Try the habanero sauce.) That sauce is spicy. (He's truly flustered.) - That surprised him. / - He's surprised. (They put out the fire with orangeade.) - Drink a lot. / - That's not gochujang. (I'm sorry.) (Only yesterday, he had fun fooling his dad.) Was it too spicy?
(The spicy sauce teaches him a good lesson.) Spit out your saliva. (It gets worse. Jiyong's lookalike falls.) Oh, the skull fell off. That's not important right now. (That dad went too far with his joke.) (Gosh, now I can breathe again.) Are you okay now? (Gosh, now I can breathe again.) Are you okay now? - Is it all better now? / - No. (It's not over until it's completely over.) Keep drinking. He finished the whole drink in that bowl. (Goodness, did you finish the whole thing?) (He finished it to the last drop.) (He gets another one right away.) Thank you. I think I'm okay now. Are you okay now? (I almost forgot!) Dad, that was mean! (He comes to his senses.) Dad, there was a fire in my mouth! (Rage surges through him belatedly.) (I'm sorry.) Dad, you play scissors, and I'll play rock. We can't decide on that before we play. I'll play rock. (I don't care. I'll play rock.) Rock-paper-scissors. (Seungjae wins!)
Dad. (A morsel of the sauce) Dad, I only got you a small amount. Eat this. (Fine, you win.) (He gets his revenge.) It got broken. Oh, no. What should I do? What will we do? - Wait. / - It's all your fault. Why is that my fault? This feels like a foreshadow. Why did my lookalike get broken? (The pirate ship floats in the open sea.) Bad inklings always come true. (Is Jiyong getting arrested by the pirates?) Seungjae, what am I going to do? A dark shadow falls over the father and son. Will they be able to overcome this crisis? (Seungjae heads somewhere.) (Remember me) Is he busking right now? (He sings a serenade for the couple.) (He does the moonwalk. His act is pretty solid.) Where are you from? - Korea. / - Korea? I'm Seungjae. (He's the Korean mariachi.) Seungjae? (Here comes a kid mariachi.) (He puts on a soulful performance.) (A newly-debuted Korean mariachi) (In Mexico, people give tips for a good show.)
Thank you. - He earned money. / - Thank you. (He puts it in the guitar.) Did he put it in the guitar? (He successfully finishes his first busking.) Dad, I sang a song and got a coin. You sang and got a coin? (Gosh, you're one colorful character.) You look so cool. Here's the guitar. (He mispronounces the lyrics.) ♪ Talk to me ♪ (What music is this?) (A mariachi band is going around restaurants.) Seungjae. (Yes, this is it!) I want to stand up and do it. - What? / - I want to stand up. (He passes through his colleagues.) (The youngest takes a spot.) That's "Besame Mucho". (He hurriedly gets his guitar.) (Playing the guitar) (I'll dance to the rhythm.) You're doing well. My goodness. (The more he gets into the song,) (more people get entranced by the melody) (and crowd over the restaurant.) (The new mariachi makes his debut.)
(Bravo!) (What is this new star singer's next song?) (It's a representative Mexican song, "La Bamba".) (Dancing) (The enticing rhythm makes even Jiyong dance.) (He shows his guitar trick for the fans.) He knows how to have fun. (He approaches the crowd.) (This new singer brings a sensation to Mexico.) (Before the excitement of "La Bamba" goes away,) (they sing "Remember Me", Seungjae's favorite.) (Seungjae, the veteran singer's debut show) (He makes everyone happy, and their hearts flutter.) (Remember me) (Please remember this kid star singer.) (He gathers all of his soul.) (Remember me) (Seungjae will remember this very moment) (more than anyone here.) That was a great show. He's so lovely. (Their trip to Mexico will be a beautiful memory.) I look forward to Seungjae's story in Mexico now. (What kind of an adventure will unfold?)
("Confession" by Jo Hyunah)
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