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(Where did everyone go?) (What?) (He looks around guardedly.) He looked around carefully. - He was scanning. / - The baby is making a sound. (The baby is crying.) What will he do? (Baby, why are you crying?) Hold on. (Laughing) Since the baby was crying, Bentley picked him up to comfort him. (Lie down for a second.) (Crying) (Why are you crying again?) (What do I need to do to make the baby stop crying?) (Moo) - That came out of nowhere. / - "Moo"? (Moo) (Will Bentley succeed to make the baby laugh?) Ben is making an effort - to comfort the baby. / - Seriously. (I can't do this alone.) What is it, Bentley? - Bentley can't speak. / - Is there something? He wants Sam to follow him. He pointed to the right direction. What is it? My goodness. Hey. (Take a look at the baby.) No, no. (Sam begins to act.) It can be disastrous if you hold a baby like that. They will fall for the act if Sam cherishes the baby.
(Sam is method acting.) (I want to touch the baby.) You can touch the baby. Do it gently. - Do it gently. / - Bentley likes - younger babies. / - Touch the baby. How pretty. How pretty. I want to hold the baby. - Can you hold the baby? / - Yes. (I am jealous.) They'll be really nice to a younger sister. - I know. / - You laid him down right away. No, don't touch the baby. William stopped him. Tell Bentley. Dad, let's feed the baby. (John stops crying upon eating.) - Food. / - Food. John is eating, right? (Reaching) Bentley wants to touch the baby. (William, I hate you!) Bentley is angry. (I want to feed him, too.) Bentley is sulking. Bentley, eat snacks while John drinks milk. John is really happy. Snacks. Bentley wants to give the baby some snacks. Snacks. Snacks. Snacks. (I found them!) He wants to give it the baby.
Let's give jellies to the baby. (His jellies are intercepted right before his eyes.) He got the jellies taken. (I brought these jellies!) Since he's done drinking milk, let's give him jellies. - William stole the spotlight. / - Good job, William. - William received the compliment. / - I know. Bentley brought the jellies. Goodness. He is upset. (Live happily with that baby.) He needs his own time and space. (William comes back from the restroom.) (Why does he look surprised?) Sam must have changed the doll. You got big. Bentley, come here. The baby became bigger. (The baby became bigger?) (What is going on?) (The baby really became bigger.) Dad, the baby became bigger. You are fat like Dad. What? Let's take him outside. - Shall we take him outside? / - Yes. (I know what we need in order to go outside.) It looks like he will bring something. He is looking this way.
(A stroller) - No, no. / - This one. A stroller. - Bentley understands everything. / - Put it here. It's like his stroller. (I will push you comfortably.) - You are good. / - He's taking care of the baby. Piggyback. A piggyback ride. Would you like to give him a piggyback ride? (Me!) - I will put him on your back. / - A piggyback ride. Where is John? Where is the baby? He is on your back. That's right. - A baby has a baby on his back. / - Where is he? (I can't see the baby.) - He can't see him. / - Don't hold him like that. - He should hold him in his arms. / - Where is John? - Dogs chase after their tails. / - Apt description. You caught him. You are too young to take care of him. I will go and change his diaper. Play here. (Scratching) Kids. John grew up. - Goodness. / - When will he stop? William, hello. It's nice to meet you. I am John. (My goodness. Is he John?)
My goodness. He was so shocked that he fell. (Is it really the baby?) - John grew up so much. / - He is startled. Thank you for raising me so well. It's nice to meet you. (Don't mention it.) Give me a hug. (You grew up so much that I didn't recognize you.) (William simply watches.) It looks like William is onto something. (Right before they put John in the stroller...) (Staring) It looks like a toy. It looks like a toy. Don't tell Bentley, okay? - William figured it out. / - William figured it out. Sam and William are fooling Bentley together. Bentley is doing a good job. Right? It's John. (William can't act.) That's right. It's John. It worked thanks to William. (Without knowing the truth,) (Bentley lived happily ever after with John.) In a scenery that belongs in a painting, cute houses create a harmony. (A town straight out of a fairytale) Cute fairies live here.
(Wriggling) Who are the fairies? I recognize that fairy from his feet. I know. His feet are famous. (He is sleeping like a cat.) It's Gunhoo. (I surprised you, right?) (It's nice to meet you, Aunts and Uncles.) (Right now, I am in...) Is it because he is in Switzerland? His face looks more... - It goes well with the background. / - That's right. The country of Switzerland has the energy of the Alps and nature. In the blessed nature with permanent snow, Gunhoo and Naeun's days in Switzerland begin now. (Gunhoo and Naeun's days in Switzerland) (Collapsing) He is jetlagged and tired from the long flight. Look at how swollen his feet are. Your feet become swollen after a long flight. (He takes a short break.) (He doesn't have time to sleep.) That's right. Gunhoo... - He wouldn't rest. / - No, he wouldn't. (Here comes Gunhoo the energizer.) (What is the first item on his schedule?) (He visits a cameraman.) (Excuse me.)
(It's good to see you again.) He must be happy to see them in another country. (You came a long way with your heavy equipment.) Gosh, no, no. (Let me say hello to aunts and uncles.) We will be happy if he says hello to the camera. - That's right. / - Look at his smile. Guten tag. (Yes.) (It's a greeting.) Guten tag. His greeting changed according to the country. (There is another uncle.) (I will go and say hello.) He is so cute. (Bye.) (Uncle's hand comes near.) - What is he doing? / - Let me wipe your snot. He wants to wipe his snot. (Gunhoo refuses.) (Uncle wants to wipe his snot.) Let me wipe your snot. (They vibrate like a washing machine.) (I will take care of it.) Bye. Bye. He became very close with the uncles. (Gosh, who is this?) - He's greeting each uncle. / - He's greeting everyone. The uncle he knows is here. (For Uncle,) (I will start the shoot.) Ready.
- Ready. / - Gosh. - Does he know what he is doing? / - Right? He must have seen people do it during the shoot. (He greeted everyone.) (What should I do now?) (He stands on one leg and ponders.) He is pondering what he should do. (That's it!) (Gunhoo spots his comfort item, stroller.) Did he bring it from Korea? (Since I am on a trip,) (I shouldn't be lazy in the morning.) (Let me tell you why I brought it.) (Enthusiastic) (He runs around in the morning.) Gosh, he runs as soon as he wakes up. (Gunhoo the energizer runs without stopping.) (This is hard.) (Don't get me wrong.) (I am not exhausted already.) (When I am with a friend, I don't get exhausted.) (Follow me, follow me.) (Poking) Who is that? (Naeun wakes up because of the noise.) - Naeun woke up. / - Did you sleep well? (It's Naeun!) Naeun is even prettier in Switzerland. - She looks prettier. / - Uncle, you are here.
Uncle, how did you get here? I took a flight. I also took a flight. Naeun is pretty no matter where she is. Uncle, would you like to eat this? I love cookies. I almost opened my mouth. (Turning) (Naeun listens to a music box.) (What is this?) (Isn't it fascinating?) It's a music box. (Gunhoo's eyes widened.) (Listening to music reminds me of Dad.) Jooho couldn't join them because he has a match. (The sweet Jooho gets frightened easily.) (The cameramen who do one-shot of him are here.) (We hope he is doing well without crying alone.) (Dad, make sure you win.) He suddenly misses his dad. (I am sorry we left you behind.) The music ended. (Did it end already?) (I wasn't done reminiscing about Dad.) (Hitting) Sometimes, hitting the music box makes the music play. He must have seen it somewhere.
(Hitting) (When a machine doesn't work, hit it.) My goodness. (Music will play now, right?) (My goodness.) (I think I broke it.) (King of Destruction in Switzerland) (Meanwhile, in the kitchen...) Who is having a conversation with Anna? (They might call you in five minutes.) Hello, my name is Kaya. - I am Anna's friend. / - She is Anna's friend. Every time we meet in Switzerland, we spend a lot of time together. Spending time with Naeun and Gunhoo is always pleasant. Also, they are really cute. (Aunt Kaya will make good memories with them.) - Good morning. / - Good morning. (Aunt, hello.) - Aciel, stop. / - Good morning, Aciel. Aciel tried to touch it by himself. - But he stopped when I told him / - She is fluent. he can't do it. - Naeun is good. / - Good job.
Did he stop when you told him to? - Yes. / - Very good. You can play here. I want to help you. (I'm going outside.) (He goes outside by himself.) (Gosh, the air is nice as always.) (Follow me.) (Aciel Park in Switzerland, Garden Diary) Is that not a resort? (I will show you the impressive garden.) (A view from the garden) Is that a house? A mountain at the back and a lake at the front. It's not Paldang Dam. It's not Seoul Grand Park Zoo either. Isn't it the German Village in Namhae? (Isn't it incredible?) What's with that facial expression? (Every morning, he says hello to the grass) (and fragrant flowers.) (Now comes my favorite item,) (pebbles.) (I am getting drunk on these things.) (This is the taste of Switzerland.) He is so happy that he's getting dizzy. That's right. (You wouldn't know unless you try it.) Where did he learn that?
(I won't miss this.) Gunhoo loves nature. - He must love it there. / - Seriously. He is so pretty. He is so cute. (I saw it.) (Uncles, you saw it, right?) (What else can I show them?) (Follow me.) (My goodness.) - What is that in the garden? / - What is that? In Switzerland? One would expect to see it in Thailand. - Isn't that a Buddha statue? / - It is. (Why are you in my garden?) (He says hello first.) (Does anyone know who he is?) That's Buddha. That's unexpected. (It's nice to meet you.) (Put your hands up!) Would you help me wash fruits? (They are making juice with apples and carrots.) How pretty! (Shall we begin?) - Aunt Kaya is making fruit juice. / - It's coming out. (Aunt Kaya's healthy juice) (Shall I try it?)
You should try it, too. (Aunt Kaya takes a sip.) It's very good. It's perfect. What is this? It's garlic. - What will happen now? / - What is that? I will coat the pan with garlic because fondue has to taste like garlic. Fresh fruits and vegetables as well as various meat will be dipped into warm cheese for a traditional Swiss dish, fondue. Aunt Kaya made the dish with great care. (The ambiance is the best.) Everything is tasty when dipped in cheese. (She gets a lot of cheese.) Why isn't she eating? (My goodness.) - Her face is dark. / - Is it for me? Why aren't you eating? (I don't think it's my style.) Don't they like fondue? Aciel. (Would you like to try it?) (I don't want to eat it either.) (Would you eat bread?) (No, no.) He doesn't like the food. (I want to go to Ulsan.) (His will to eat was always high.) He always ate well. Seriously.
(Everything I ate was tasty.) They prefer food in Ulsan. - The food isn't to their liking. / - No, it isn't. (She takes something out.) Anna said if you refuse to eat Swiss food, - just give you dried laver. / - They like dried laver. - She took it right away. / - Naeun. How could you eat dried laver in Switzerland? (This is the food I like.) (She has Korean palate.) (I will try it too.) (Dried laver is the best.) Sure, you should eat dried laver in Switzerland. (Gunhoo eats it whole.) This is hilarious. (He eats ripped pieces.) (He inhales dried laver like a goat.) (They enjoy the taste of Korea in Switzerland.) (Fascinated) (In that case...) She put fondue in dried laver. (Aunt Kaya gives him fondue in dried laver.) Yes! She succeeded. He figured it out. Kids always do. (Don't do that, Aunt Kaya.) (Dried laver is tasty as it is.) Thank you, Aunt Kaya.
You are welcome. Do you know who is coming tomorrow? I heard an uncle is coming tomorrow. (Which uncle?) Uncle? (Who is he?) Which uncle came all the way from Korea in his fiery and shocking self for Gunhoo and Naeun? Their jaws dropped. Who could he be? His identity will be revealed soon. Let's go. What? (Babbling) Water? Water. The Hammingtons came to a park with a lake for a walk. Baby, I got rained on. - It must be raining. / - William got rained on. It's cool today. I wonder if your friend came. My friend came. - Really? / - The weather isn't optimal. - Who are they meeting? / - Let's sit down for a bit. - My goodness. / - All right. - A friend they must meet. / - Do you want to get off? Beep, beep. Beep? (It's my turn.) You want a ride, right? Baby.
(Catch me if you can.) (It's dangerous.) (Sam moved fast and caught him.) (Dragging) Why did he hold his feet up? (For goodness' sake.) Don't seek out danger. Don't cause troubles when your friend is here, okay? (Shouting) Baby, you will fall down. (Moo, moo) Why are you mooing? Dad. Dad. Your friend is here. Is the friend here? - Sam. / - Hi, hello. (The friend William and Bentley were waiting for,) (Dain) Let's go and meet them, Dain. Dain said she will meet a friend. My goodness. Jeongcheol did say her friend eats very well. - Sam. / - Jeongcheol. - Have you been well? / - Yes. - She looks cute in that raincoat. / - I know. - Hello. / - She is a younger girl. - She grew up a lot. / - William, hello. - William. / - Bentley, hello. - Say hello to Uncle. / - Let's shake hands. It's good to see you. (Bentley smiles.) She is Bentley's age. She's three.
- It's good to see you. / - She is three years old. Dain, let's go up. (They meet Dain for the first time.) - Dain, let's go up. / - Hold on. - Look at William's eyes. / - They are focused on her. It's your first time to meet someone your age. You always played with older girls. Hello. She is a girl. (Touching) Hold on. (Bentley puts his fingerprints on her lips.) Did Bentley touch her lips? (Bentley, what was that?) The two of you... That's right. (This is how you show manners.) - There you go. / - All right. - He is cool. / - There you go. Shake hands. - Shall we shake hands? / - "This is how you do it." "It's an honor to meet you." You're the same age, so talk comfortably to each other. - That's right. / - I am older. - "I am older." / - Yes, you are older. - Dain. / - Dain. You are wearing a pretty hat. He is cool. I am a frog. What? - Oh, you are a frog. / - A frog. - Please don't misunderstand. / - A frog. - Shall we play over there? / - Yes. Okay. By the way, we picked the perfect day. The weather is nice.
I agree. It's really nice that the weather is cool. - I know. / - Baby should ride this. Who should ride it? - Dain. / - Dain? Should Dain ride it? Dain, ride it. It's my car. - Is it your car? / - Do you want to ride it? - "It's my car." / - Are you sure about that? - Ben wanted to ride it. / - You're right. - Let's go. / - My goodness. - Sit. / - Sit. Let's go. - Beep. / - Let's go. Let's go. (William is excited.) - Let's go. / - This is nice. Will Bentley walk? You should push it. (Do I need to walk?) Goodness. There you go. Dain, you are flustered, right? You are so cute. (He has good tastes.) They should let Bentley on. I love how the ground is damp from the rain. The ground is pretty much dry. They are men of the jungle who braved a downpour together. Jeongcheol has been on "Law of the Jungle". When you go to a jungle once, you become strong. Rain isn't a problem.
You can camp in the rain. (Bad weather can't stop us.) Where should we set this up? Watch your hands. Does he carry those things around? We should do this together. It's raining a bit, right? Tent. (It's raining more.) (Leaning over) All done. My goodness. (I will be your umbrella.) - He acts cool. / - He didn't cover his own face. We won't get wet even if it rains more. (While William protected Dain in the rain,) - Let's go. / - This is good. (a big tent has been set up.) William looks after Dain nonchalantly. (Thank you.) I wanted to do this right. I brought some ornaments - for the perfect ambiance. / - You came prepared. - What are those? / - Santa Claus! (He suddenly begins to sing "Jingle Bells".) (Startled) Dain, I am dazzling, right? I am a tree. He sang because they look like Christmas ornaments. It's perfect. - Romantic camping. / - I know. They are having a romantic camping experience.
They even set up lights. All done. William. There is even a hammock. It's pretty. Romantic camping is in these days. (Dain isn't here.) Dain, are we playing hide-and-seek? Where is Dain? - Where is Dain? / - I can't find her. Where is Dain? - William, are you doing the same? / - Yes. (Shouting) - Gosh, it broke. / - Oh, no. She's blowing out a candle. Dain loves to blow out candles on a birthday cake. Really? (Happy birthday to you) (Does that mean we will eat a cake?) (It suddenly becomes a birthday party.) Blow it out. (Blowing) William adores her. Dain, come in here. It's nice here. He didn't tell Bentley to come in. What are you doing? "William, come to your senses." Hey. It's a total ruckus. (What's wrong?) (Bentley explodes.) Bentley is as strong as William now. (William gets thrown off.)
Bentley must be upset since he only took care of Dain. A fight between brothers is useless. Dad, Dain, Bentley and I will go to the playground and play together. - He is nice. / - I will set things up here. Please look after the children. Why don't I wrap up here? I will prepare food too. All right. I will do my best. - Okay. / - It will be a challenge. There is a saying, "Working in the field is easier" - "than looking after a child." / - That's right. - Go, go. / - Let's go. - Let's go. Bentley, let's go. / - Your boot came off. (What?) - Dain. / - Your boot came off. - He picked it with both hands. / - Will you put it on? (He puts it on her foot.) - Is he putting it on her foot? / - There you go. Dain, let's go. Come here. Let's play together. Can you go up? Go slowly. Take one step at a time. Be careful. Take one step at a time. Uncle, please give me a wet tissue. A wet tissue? Do you need it? - Here you go. / - Why does he need a wet tissue?
William, can we go down? No, let me wipe it first. - He is wiping it. / - My goodness. All done. You can come down. - I can't believe it. / - Dain's heart would flutter. Dain, come on down. (William cheers for her enthusiastically.) He's standing at the bottom - so he can hold her. / - He will hold her. - Dain, come on down. / - Let's go. I am here. (What?) Dain, you are good at this. - Dain, you are good at this. / - That was so sudden. Bentley is giving her a hug. (Why is he giving her a hug when I did all the work?) This is interesting. (He puts his finger on her lips again.) - He touched her lips again. / - Why does he do that? (Is there something on my lips?) - Dain, let's ride this. / - Okay. - Would you like to ride it? / - Aren't you scared? (This is fun.) (Lovey-dovey) (I will play by myself.) Bentley, where is one shoe? - Where is it? / - It's raining. I'm all over the place. There you go. - Dad. / - Dain, hold on. I don't know where to go - with three children. / - He must be so confused. My goodness. - What do you do then? / - When did you take these off? You should keep your shoes on.
Let me help you put them on. Let's put on your shoes. Stop running away and put on your shoes. (Sam is peacefully preparing for a meal) - There is watermelon. / - It must be a snack. The children must be hungry. When will they come back? - Dad. / - What is this? (The three children are back.) (Bentley runs toward food.) Take off your shoes. - There you go. Let's enter the mat. / - Was it okay? Don't even get me started. I didn't know what to do. It was my first time to watch three kids. What is this? Noodles? Yes, noodles. Noodles in watermelon? This is new. Do you eat noodles like this at home? They eat rice in dongchimi soup. Really? All right. It's complete. - It's ready. / - Watermelon noodles are done. - What? / - I wonder how the dish tastes. Dain, go ahead and eat. William is giving you food. Take the bowl with both hands. (Food tastes better after playing.) It looks delicious. I have never had watermelon noodles. Watermelon and dongchimi noodles. (Laughing) Watermelon and dongchimi noodles. Everything you love is in it. Do you like dongchimi?
He loves dongchimi. That's so strange. I wonder what it tastes like. It must taste like dongchimi noodles. It just has watermelon in it. - It's good. / - It's good. - It'll satisfy children's tastes. / - Of course. You have the taste of an adult. How is it? You dropped everything. Are you getting any noodles in your mouth? Kids would love this. It's sweet and sour. - It's good. / - Is it good? There's something else you can eat. What is it? - This time, it's something warm. / - Something warm? I brought fishcakes. This is amazing. He packed the soup separately. - He kept it warm. / - This is a great idea. Are you eating it in one bite? You should have it in several bites. (Is she eating the bowl too?) Let me go. Are you okay? You're quite similar to Bentley. (Should I show you how to eat it properly?) (No!) (There's no need to cut it.) Bentley looks adorable whenever he eats. You guys... (Is he having the whole pack of noodles?) - What is that? / - The whole thing? It's noodles.
You're a food fighter indeed. Are you okay? (Dropping) Did he dip it in something? You should become a chef. We can work on it starting now. (It's done.) Isn't it hot? You're going to make Chef Baek Jongwon nervous. It must taste even better in the fishcake soup. He eats so well. He's a food developer. I know. He really is. She always plays around after eating just a little. - She needs a scolding. / - No, no. Kids always need to have interests and fun - in order to do well later. / - Should I just watch? Maybe she has an interest in art. Maybe she's artistic. Oh, my gosh! William fell. He likes slapstick. His dad's blood runs in him. We ate so well thanks to you. Not at all. Shall we meet whenever it rains? - It's the rainy season soon. / - You're right. - The rainy season is coming. / - Yes, rainy season. See you again soon. Okay. (Let's eat something delicious again next time!) Gunhoo and Naeun's first destination in Switzerland
is the small and peaceful village of Vitznau. Look, Aciel. There's a train. After passing through the village, there's a train ready to climb the mountain waiting for Gunhoo and Naeun. (Gunhoo, Naeun and Aunt Kaya came to take the train.) Hello. Welcome. Hello. Hello. We always think of red trains with white backdrops - That's right. / - when we think of Switzerland. (What is this train they're taking with Aunt Kaya?) (It's an old train.) That looks so nice. (Happy) (Naeun is feeling great today.) Naeun is in a good mood. - Gunhoo is... / - He's suddenly feeling lonely. (Is it jetlag?) Is this a still image? (He found a new use to his cheeks.) - What do we do? / - Is that what cheeks are for? (Hello, baby.) (Hello!) He's so sweet. My goodness. He'll feel better once the train starts moving. (The train is leaving.) It's moving. The train has started. Did you know? This train is over 150 years old.
It's really old, isn't it? First launched in Europe, this train has a history of 150 years. It's a train that climbs mountains. - I'd like to ride it. / - We're climbing up. That's right. We're going over there. (She's feeling great.) Look, Aciel. (What is that?) Gunhoo is starting to warm up. (He can't take his eyes off.) (Did you see that, Uncle?) (Do you want to look at it with me?) (As the train climbs up the mountain,) (picturesque scenes unfold on both sides.) It's a lake, isn't it? (A calm lake greets them.) That looks amazing. - The air must be so good. / - I bet. (Admiring) (The window is like a frame.) They can't help admiring it. (Excited) (Please be quiet.) Hello. We're climbing up. (Screaming) (This train) (is called Excited Naeun Express.) Hello, trees. We're going up high.
Hello, flowers. Hello, flowers. (What's wrong with Naeun?) We're going up so high. (Shall we go up even higher?) It's getting foggier as they climb. What is that? Is that cloud? Can they see in the cloud? No. It goes up really high. It's so beautiful. It's a cow. Look. A cow? (A cow?) I think Gunhoo is feeling a little... - He should still see the cow. / - Yes. There really are cows. (I'm an animal whisperer!) He's good at greeting things. He's a good greeter. Hello. Welcome to Mount Rigi's train. - Is it good? / - Yes. Could I check your tickets? Yes. I will give you the ticket. Do they check tickets here? (They check tickets in a classic way.) - Thank you. / - Here you go. Where's your dad? My dad plays soccer. Your dad used to be an FC Basel player. Was your dad in FC Basel?
My dad is Park Jooho. (I see.) My dad wins. (Her love for her dad shines even in Switzerland.) Would you like anything to drink? - Yes. / - Yes? And some cheese, too. (They're getting some snacks.) How nice. (Schau hin.) Look at this. "Schau hin." What? "Schau"? (Replay) Is that German? Did he speak German? (Doesn't this word sound familiar?) I think we heard it a lot. (Schau hin!) (Look at this.) (When compared,) (they sound the same!) (I bet you didn't know.) I'm getting the chills. (Let's see, let's see.) (What about a rock?) (It's "stein".) Goodness. All this time, Gunhoo was babbling in German. What a twist. (As for "I'm done", there are two meanings.) What about "I'm done"? (This is just a regular "I'm done".) This is "I'm done" in Korean. (If he's pointing,) (it's "die da", which means "that".)
(He'll say a lot of "die da" from now on.) "Die da!" Is that so? My goodness. Has he been babbling in two languages - all this time? / - I guess so. (It's time to taste some snacks on the moving train.) (There's a man in there.) (I was feeling down earlier and couldn't say hello.) (Hello!) (Nice to meet you.) Look, there's snow. We're here! (They can see the village down below. Where are they?) What a magnificent view with white snow. They've arrived at the summit of Mount Rigi. There is a colorful lake and the snow-covered Alps. The view unfolds like a panorama, hence Mount Rigi is also called Queen of the Mountains. I want to go there. "Queen of the Mountains". It looks like a painting. (Where are we?) I'm going to make snowballs. Aciel, I like doing this. (Wait...) (Did we come up all the way here to see snow?) (Is she that happy just to see snow?) (Clicking his tongue) (What a fool!) Wow, look at that mountain. (It's a scene you can only see on the Alps.) It's cloudy, but that makes it look really cool too.
(There's enough snow in Korea too.) (Sighing) (Grumbling) (Did we ride a plane for 12 hours to see snow?) It's starting. He's a nature's communicator. (Since we're here,) (we should get a proper look.) (I'm different.) (I'm different!) What is he saying? I really want to know what he's saying? (Tiptoeing) We have to listen carefully. - It could be German. / - It's all mixed. (There's a house!) (There's water too!) (He's expressing intuitively.) (This is amazing. Look.) (Please!) Come, on Aciel! (What's wrong with her?) (Goodness.) (Join Gunhoo Tour. We're different.) (What will be Gunhoo's choice?) (That!) "Die da". (Over there!) - "Over there". / - All this time, - he was saying everything in German. / - He was. (This car looks good to add to our itinerary.) (Let's get on it!) (He loves it.) (She joined Gunhoo's tour a little later.)
(Good thinking!) We'll fly. She's suddenly talking in English. (He can babble in three languages.) (I'm a leading global babbler.) (Shall we head for the summit now?) Ready, go! (Me too.) Ready, go. How many languages can he speak? (He's a babbling monster who speaks three languages.) (Scurrying) (How much further are we going up?) - What is it? / - What? (That!) (What did Gunhoo see?) A pure meadow stands atop the magnificent Mount Rigi. On top of it is the nature communicator, Gunhoo. It looks like a scene out of a movie. Where's Eden? (Over there!) ("The Sound of Gunhoo and Naeun") (I'm Aciel!) This is like their version of "The Sound of Music". (I'm done!) (It's a 2019 classic.) - It's somewhat similar. / - It looks like a movie. (A beautiful moment on the Alps) ("The Sound of Gunhoo and Naeun") (Don't change the channel!) (They're enjoying a cup of hot chocolate at the peak.)
Seriously. (They're having warm drinks atop the mountain.) (Slurping) (What is Gunhoo doing?) - Where's Gunhoo? / - Gosh. (Attention) (Uncles, let's talk.) He looks so serious. - Is he being interviewed? / - Yes, he is. (I...) (The reason I'm here) (is to answer everything) (that you're curious about.) (What I want to say first is...) "What was it again?" (I remember now.) (Babbling) (Earlier, I said) ("schau".) (Just as you must have guessed,) (I can babble in German.) (Of course, I babble in Korean too!) (So...) (They're the same thing.) Is he talking about Korea-Germany relations? (Hey, uncles working on the captions!) (You must be pressured.) They must be pressured. When Gunhoo is older, I want to show him this video and ask him what he talked about. (The next day) Gunhoo, it's raining.
(When it's raining,) (it's best to play with toys in bed.) (No, no.) (Playing in bed with toys is fun, but...) He's so cute. He looks so peaceful. (Crunching) Gunhoo, our uncle is coming today. Is their uncle coming today? I wonder if he'll get wet in the rain. They're starting to wait. When is he coming? (Who's coming to Switzerland?) Who is this uncle Naeun is waiting for? (Someone arrived along with the rain clouds.) (He's taking strange steps.) He's here. (Is this Gunhoo and Naeun's place?) Is it a woman? But Naeun said it's an uncle. (Clearing throat) (Let's go!) (This sound is coming from the shooting location.) (His reflection can be seen on the window.) (Who are you?) Goodness gracious! (I'm a flower-like Swiss lady) Is he supposed to be Heidi? (There's a strange man singing outside.)
(He has a huge presence outside of their window.) (It's rare for him to sing live even as an idol.) (He's singing his best.) (Strange things happen when it rains.) He looks shocked. (He's unstoppable.) (His dance performance is reaching the climax.) (Guys, are you watching?) (I'm your forever uncle.) (It's Uncle Kwanghee!) Hello, Naeun and Gunhoo. I think they're hoping this is a dream. (I'll just sing the second verse.) (Why aren't you responding?) (It's a soundproof window made in Switzerland.) (This is what they see from their perspective.) They couldn't hear him. Sure, Switzerland is famous for seaweed and soundproof windows. (Don't go close to him!) - The sound... / - No wonder they didn't react. Exactly. They can't hear a thing. (Naeun...) (I must have a strong heart!) What a twist. (Wait, Gunhoo.) (He's trying so hard. He looks familiar.) - It's so loud outside. / - I know. Do you know who I am? Her face shows her disbelief. - Uncle Kwanghee. / - Who? Who? Uncle Kwanghee. (Who? Uncle Kwanghee?)
(Happy) Do you recognize me? - Uncle Kwanghee. / - It's nice to see you. Gunhoo, do you know who I am? (Turning) He's running away. - He doesn't know who it is. / - Uncle Kwanghee. Are you well? Shall we sing? ♪ Let's climb the mountain ♪ (Now I can sing outside of the rain.) (What's wrong with him?) (I'm so tired.) Gunhoo. They've met quite a few times. Kwanghee must look like a stranger to him. Hello. Hello. - Power off. / - Gunhoo doesn't recognize me. Naeun, I came all the way here. Aren't you happy to see me? Hello, I'm Uncle Kwanghee. Nice to see you! I was in the UK for work, and I heard that Naeun and Gunhoo are in Switzerland. They're only an hour away from the UK, and I was missing Naeun and Gunhoo, so I flew over from the UK to Switzerland. - He came from the UK. / - How are you? How are you? (Wait!) (Is that really you?)
Don't you know me? (No, I don't know.) Come over here, Naeun. - He's running far away. / - Gunhoo doesn't know me. Gunhoo... (Wait a minute!) (Why am I running away when this is my home?) - Take it off. / - Should I? Help me take these off. Those stickers make him look like a stranger. Gunhoo finds him strange. How does that look? Did one of them come off? (Hold on!) Take off the other one. Will he recognize Kwanghee now? (I think I kind of recognize you.) He must recognize him now. (Staring) Come here. Can't you recognize me? What's this? - This? / - Didn't I buy this for you? - He did. / - You bought this for me. - Is this it? / - Yes. Did you bring it all the way here? They brought his gift all the way to Switzerland. - He must feel good. / - I'm sure. - Do you remember this? / - Yes. - We bought it in Korea. / - Yes. Did you bring it with you? Gunhoo, did you bring this? He's starting to recognize Kwanghee. I'm so touched. Did you bring it on the plane?
- He must be touched. / - Gunhoo likes this the most. Does he? (I made a mistake to such a nice person.) Did you bring it all the way here? (Picking) (I'm sorry, Uncle.) Gunhoo. It's okay to have it on since he recognizes him now. (This man...) - Don't. / - Should I turn it off? (He is definitely our uncle!) Naeun, shall we sing? - I want to sing. / - Okay. You can go first. Hey, you... (Yes! "Baby Shark"!) (I know this song.) (He automatically does the baby shark dance.) (He's a dance prodigy.) Naeun sings and Gunhoo dances. (He's bringing up the mood.) Naeun, do you like the microphone? (Screaming!) (Naeun is excited.) You like it. (Screaming) Do your ears hurt? Come here. Do they hurt? (It's going to be another loud day.) Gunhoo's ears hurt. Come here. Uncle, I prepared a present for you. - For me? / - Yes. - What is it? / - A present? Is it in your hands? These are your hands.
- Is the present inside? / - No, it's not my hands. It must be something small. Try touching it! - Can I touch it? / - Open your eyes! - Do I open them? / - Yes. - Should I open them? / - Open them. - What could it be? / - Open them. - What is it? / - Is it a rock? (A rock?) (Gosh...) Did she give him a rock as a present? - He should act as if he likes it. / - Yes. The cameras are rolling. Should I act like I'm happy? - He has to act. / - It's a rock. It's only a stone. I brought that rock from the sky. - The sky? / - She brought it from the sky? I'm dumb, but you can't fool me. I brought it from somewhere really high. This? From the sky? What kind of rock will Uncle like? What will he like? (Gunhoo and Naeun did their best to find a present.) Is that rock from the top of Mount Rigi? Do you want to find a rock too, Aciel? (I want a rock too!) - It's a precious rock. / - It's very precious. (This is...) - Rock. / - Yes, it's a rock. (I hope Uncle Kwanghee likes it!)
I want a rock from the summit - of Mount Rigi too. / - Did you bring this for me? Yes. I'll look it up and cherish it. I'm sorry, Naeun. I have a bad memory of rocks. I have a trauma. People call me Rock Head. Thank you, Naeun. Let's have fun today. (Welcome to Kwanghee Tour!) Our trip will have a story. (Amazing) It looks like Uncle Kwanghee prepared something. What do I say? I'm Korean. My cousin speaks German very well. I can speak German. (You can leave the tour to me!) (She's their interpreter.) (Language genius, Park Naeun) (Amazing) (Who's in charge of making reactions on the tour?) (You?) (No, it's me!) (Shy) (Babbling magician Gunhoo will be joining.) Gunhoo, look. Uncle, are you sure the weather is nice? (The rain and the clouds keep on chasing them.) The weather's not cooperating. (She gave up.) I'm sorry, guys. Can they continue their tour?
It won't be easy. (Don't worry!) (I promise it'll be a lot of fun!) (Kwanghee Tour in Switzerland) ("Bird" by Ha Sungwoon)
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