The Return of Superman | 슈퍼맨이 돌아왔다 - Ep.235: Because You're So Precious [ENG/IND/2018.07.29]

The Return of Superman | 슈퍼맨이 돌아왔다 - Ep.235: Because You're So Precious [ENG/IND/2018.07.29]

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Since we just woke up, we have to exercise. - Yes. / - Now stretch. (Assuming position) That's great. Push-up. Two, three. Four, five, six, seven. - His form is perfect. / - 9, 10. (He succeeds with his 10 push-ups.) - Even arm wrestling? / - Look at his eyes. Begin. (Come on, Sian. Put your back into it.) No, Donggook shouldn't win. Okay, good. You wear a watch and beat me in arm wrestling. You exercise hard too. - Right? / - Yes. Did you eat? (Donggook's voice emanates from the watch.) Your voice is coming out. I'll tell you when it's time to brush your teeth. Watch this. What is your schedule today? I have to brush my teeth. - Brushing your teeth. / - Yes. Sian, you have to brush your teeth, okay? Okay. (Fascinated) Your voice is coming out of this. (He runs by himself to brush his teeth.) (Brushing) He's already brushing his teeth by himself. He's all grown up now.
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You're brushing well, right? I'm all done. (I'm a big boy now.) Are you all done? I'll check up on you. You smell great now. The Return of Superman, episode 235. "Because You're So Precious". Good morning. - Good morning. / - Gosh. (Good morning, sisters.) Today is your sixth birthday party, Seola, and Sua. - Oh, my. / - How about me? Your birthday is later in the fall. Theirs is in the summer. What do you want to eat for your birthday? - Fried chicken. / - Fried chicken. Sian, I want half fried and half marinated. Then go buy it, Sian. - I'll give you money. / - Okay. What does Seola want to eat? - Chicken drumsticks. / - Chicken drumsticks? Chicken drumsticks. Chicken drumsticks. What else? A lot of pickled radishes. A lot. That's right. It's very important.
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Let's go buy chicken drumsticks. Wait for me, drumsticks. (Ring, ring, please get out of the way) (Sian is on his way, ring, ring) Hello. - Where are you going? / - I'm going to pick up drumsticks for my sisters' birthday. He's explaining why he's outside. - Bye. High-five. / - Okay. At this rate, he's going to take a long time. (Where will I find drumsticks?) (Where will I find drumsticks?) (His excitement grows.) ♪ Where will I find drumsticks? ♪ - Here's the place. / - I guess he found it. (He finally arrives at the chicken shop.) (However, the store is under renovations.) Oh, no. It's under renovations. What's going on? He can't read, so he can't understand. - This is where I used to eat chicken. / - Oh, no. This is the door. Is someone there? Oh, no. Some drumsticks, please. (There is no reply.) Excuse me. I need to buy chicken for my sisters.
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No one is here. What does it say here? He can't read. They might have to wait for that chicken. What does it say over there, mister? The store is under renovation, so you have to go around the corner. Drumsticks. (I have to buy drumsticks.) Drumsticks. Head that way to the left, okay? Thank you. - Bye. / - Bye. I came this way earlier. That way or this way? Which way should I go? (He did say that it was to the left.) Drumsticks. (He makes a left turn.) Drumsticks. I can smell it. He can't read yet, but he can follow the aroma. (He arrives.) I'm here. Please give me drumsticks, and half friend and half marinated. Give me lots of pickled radishes. - A lot? / - Yes. - I want it in this basket. / - Okay. - Fill it up, please. / - Okay. (While Sian orders...)
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- Let's try calling, okay? / - Okay. (They're making a call.) - Hello? / - Hello. - Hello, there. / - Hi. Are you available today? We're wondering how Minha is doing. It's the girls' birthday today. So we'd like to invite Minha. I think Minha would be very happy to go. Okay. Seola, Sua. - Hi. / - Hi. - Come play. / - Come play. Okay. I miss you guys. (She feels shy.) Tell him, "See you later." - See you later. / - See you later. - See you, Minha. / - He'll go over in a bit. Okay. He sounds so cute. - Was his voice cute? / - Yes. I'm so nervous. Are you nervous? Why? Does meeting Minha make you feel giddy? I should wear the princess dress. - Me, too. / - You don't need my help, right? Help one another. They don't even bother to look back. Princess Sua.
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Princess. (Scoffing) (They're in full Miss Korea mode.) You look like you're entering a beauty pageant. Do you really have to wear them at home? Yes. (You don't understand girls, Dad.) (You're so cute.) I get so nervous when Minha talks. - He's here. / - He's here. (Sprinting) Goodness. I just saw something pass by. What was that? Happy birthday. Thank you. - Hello. / - You grew up a lot. - Gosh, what a prince. / - Hey, Minha. - Oh, my. / - He's handsome. (Last year, Minha came to visit.) There really is a resemblance. Did it smear? Did it or did it not? - It smeared. / - Oh, my. (The sisters looked after him passionately.) He's dashing as he grows older. (Minha returns as Jung Haein.) He got so handsome. What did you play at home? - What did you do? / - They're very curious. (One question at a time, please.) You can't beat him or anything, okay?
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I'm not like that. We don't do that. Look at him smile with his eyes. (Running over) It's a dinosaur. I really like the stegosauruses. This is a stegosaurus. It has a lot of plates. - Plates? / -Yes. You have a lot of robots too. - This one... / - I want to play. Those toys belong to Sian. They might just offer everything he owns to him. Sua, Seola. I came back with chicken. He went to get chicken for them. No, it's not. (I'm back.) (They don't even notice his presence.) This is really fun. (Even when he shouts...) They're oblivious. But if you open that... (He hugs Seola affectionately.) No one's paying attention. Hey, Minha. He's older than you. - Oh, my. / - He's older than you. - Minha. / - Look at them. He's upset.
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- Dad. / - Yes? Seola and Sua won't play with me. Hey, Sian. We expected this when we invited Minha over. You already knew they wouldn't play with you. That's why I called Jiwoo for you. Jiwoo? Where are you going? I'm checking to see if Jiwoo is coming. (Hurry, Jiwoo. I'm bored.) She's here, Sian. (Who is that?) (Here's a birthday present for you.) Thank you. (My name is Jiwoo.) - She's so cute. / - How pretty. (I'm here, Sian.) Team Sian is here. Hello. (He is playing with a fishing toy.) (Focused) (Jiwoo just sits there watching.) You're doing exactly what most girls hate. You're busy fishing while she just watches. She's walking away. See that? Jiwoo got tired and left. Poor Sian. (This urban fisher does things his way.) Kids, come out. Hi, Sian. Gather around. (The sisters' birthday party begins.)
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Donggook set everything up himself. It's full of junk food. - There you go. / - ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪ (Happy birthday, dear Seola and Sua) - He wants to include himself. / - Sian. - ♪ Happy birthday ♪ / - ♪ To you ♪ Hold on. You have to make a wish. - Make a wish. / - I wish... (Sian is ardently making a wish.) Not you, Sian. It's for them. - Say your wish first. / - His hands are together. - I want a princess bed. / - Darn that princess bed. I want a princess bed. I will get you that bed this year for sure. All right? Blow them out together. - One, two, three. / - One, two, three. They sure blew that out well. - That looks good. / - Now... - Let's eat the drumsticks. / - Enjoy the food. (Gobbling up) This is good. (Gobbling up) I bought the chicken. - Thanks, Sian. / - Thanks.
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Thank you. (Proud) Look at Donggook. Oh, gosh. He can't be helped. Look at Sua's lips. All right. Begin. (It's not as good without getting some on your face.) I'll get you all some yogurt. These are the only cups we have. - Hold on. / - I don't have one. - I will... / - Pour some for him. - You too, Sian. / - Make sure to clink. - You all need to clink. / - With Minha. - Minha. / - Cheers. All right. Cheers, everyone. (Turning his head) (Sian learned proper drinking manners.) This is so good. (One more shot for you, Sian?) Jiwoo, pour some for your favorite person. Gosh, she likes you a lot. You sure like him a lot. (After some yogurt) (Seola is excited.) (They can't leave me out.) (Shall I get warmed up?) He's getting started. They feel great after their meal. - Now... / - Gosh. (Bouncing about) (Sian starts dancing by himself.) (We're coming.)
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(Suddenly, the whole bunch gets wild.) They're sure different. Did they really drink yogurt? (Jiwoo is cute. Minha smiles.) (Sian brings the house down here.) (The kids are pumped up after drinking yogurt.) (Falling) They're happy even if they fall. In about 13 to 14 years, they'll all be going clubbing together. It's hot. (What is next on the party's agenda?) That's so pretty. They're really going to like this. Kids. Get out here. One person at a time. Okay. Before we get in... - One, two, three, four. / - One, two, three, four. - Five, six, seven, eight. / - Five, six, seven, eight. Do the crab. One, two, three, four. - Five, six, seven, eight. / - Five, six, seven, eight. Two, two, three, four. Five, six, seven, eight. I rented this all day for your birthday. Be careful. (Donggook's pool is open now.) Be careful. - It's like a hot spring. / - It's hot water? They're so happy. Kids like balloons and water. They have it all.
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(Boiling) Even adults would like that. (An exciting water fight ensues.) Blowing those up is so much fun. I want to get Sian. (Donggook teases Sian.) - A bomb! / - There it is. (Stop bothering my Sian.) (Jiwoo, you're the best.) Kids, look at this. (What is that?) Hold on. Is that a watermelon? A tree. - What is that? / - What is that? It's a watermelon faucet. I made it. What is that? Oh, he dug it out. Honey, learn that. (He sticks on a sanitized faucet.) What comes out? I see. He put in watermelon juice. When you turn it on, juice comes out. Will it work? It should. (Pouring out) Who's going to have some first? - Me. / - Me. I'll leave yours here, Jiwoo. There you go. Here's yours, Sua. That's really awesome.
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A watermelon faucet. Drink it, Sian. It's so good. Do you want more? Finish that first. Let's toast before drinking it. (This kind of situation calls for) (a cute attack.) - Oh, gosh. / - Hey. (Where did he learn something like that?) Seola, Sua, it's your birthday. You may tell about something I did to upset you then throw a water balloon at me. Go further back. Not too close. I'll go back. All right. Go. What were you upset about? I want you to stop teasing me. - Then don't bother me. / - Take this. (She throws with all the hardship she endured.) (Gosh.) (Sian is really getting prepared.) Next is Sua. Get back, kids. Tell me something I did to upset you. What did I do? Not you, Sian. Do it on your birthday. I want you to stop scolding me. Okay. I'm sorry. Throw it! Throw it. (Square in the face) Dad.
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It's all okay. Jiwoo has something too. What is it? Mom didn't give me a lot of good things to eat. Consider me your mom and throw, Jiwoo. - Mom. / - Throw it. (It fails to make contact.) (I'll do it for you.) (Smack) Hey, you can't hit me in the eye. You have to avoid it. Two birthdays might give me a black eye. (Let's do it again on my birthday.) The Hammingtons greet their second morning in Singapore. (Sam is fast asleep.) (William wakes up first.) Is he just going out without waking Sam up? I guess this occurs pretty often. (Running) (Heading up) (Plopping down) He picked up the remote controller. Does he know how to use it? No. "No." (I'm hungry. Shall I get something to eat?) - He eats by himself too. / - Oh, my. But peeling that is probably difficult. His hands aren't strong enough yet. (Gosh. Whatever)
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Isn't that very bitter? - Yes. Oh, no. / - Isn't that bitter? That expression is the same for everyone. (He begins to tear around the opening.) He's smart. (Focused) (I did this all alone.) He did it. He surprised himself. (He returns to the sofa with his banana.) (A three-year-old's holiday morning) (Both Bentley and Sam are up.) (It's a happy morning.) - He really looks angelic smiling like that. / - Yes. What were you doing? - Were you watching the TV? / - Yes. What? Did something happen in Singapore? (It sounds like he's cursing.) What? (He tries again.) What? Hold on. You have to say that carefully. (Let's try one character at a time, William.) - "Sing". / - "Sing". - "Ga". / - "Ga". - "Pore". / - "Pore". - Singapore. / - "Sipore". (He utters the word innocently.) (It feels strange.) Should I be pleased or upset? (Look at that.)
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Are you watching Chinese TV? (The international baby star is multilingual.) (You're incredible, brother.) Let's wash, Ben. William, raise your arms. (Taking off) (William has a great physique.) There you go. (He takes off the diaper by himself.) Sexy boy. Let's go. (It's so pleasant) (feeling the water washing over me.) (Joongki must've felt the same way.) (How refreshing.) You're feeling it, aren't you? (He's getting emotional.) Hold on, Bentley. William. Hold on. I'm going to help Bentley sit. - Can you wash alone? / - Yes. Okay. (He's taking a shower alone.) (Turning round and round) (Excited) (Pumping soap) (Scrubbing) (Carry-on bag) (Why is that here?) Bentley is down. That's what it's for. He has to watch both of them.
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- He has to keep him close. / - Did you wash your feet? (Thorough) - This side. / - He's good. There you go. - Good. / - It's smelly, right? (Acknowledging) It's not smelly anymore. All done. Okay, Bentley. Hold on. William, I think you can wash alone now. - Right? / - Yes. You're all grown. Start working from tomorrow. (Sighing) Wash your head. (Bentley just washes his face.) Come here, William. We have to dry your hair. Here comes the air. (It's nice and hot.) Hey. - All kids hate drying their hair. / - Come here. (He's persistent. I will hide here.) Where did William go? Here he is. You have nowhere to run now. (It's a battle to dry his hair.) I follow wherever you go. (What a strange way to dry hair.) Before we go out, we have something to prepare thoroughly. What are these? Look at that. Want one? Which one?
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This one? This is how you do it. It's stuck. Kiwi boy. (One for you too, Dad.) You're so sweet. We love Bentley too. One for you. (A special sticker on top of his head) That's just in case you get burnt. Your head is important. Hey, it looks like you got tattoos. Look. It got better. It's all done now. Take them off now. Let's go eat now. (Let's go and eat breakfast.) The Hammingtons went downtown for a local Singaporean breakfast. It's important to have a full stomach before traveling. - William. / - They're so cute. Isn't it hot here? But you two look very cool. Where's the fan? (Fancy new fan.) I prepared everything for your VIP treatment. Are you feeling good? Do you want to dance? (Rising) (Dancing) Oh, my. He's so adorable. It's impossible not to love him. (It's a beautiful morning.)
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I'm going to park, okay? Bentley, when in Singapore, we should eat Singaporean food, right? Singapore has a strong breakfast culture. Among them, what the locals love the most is warm and toasty bread spread with sweet coconut jam and savory butter. The epitome of sweet and savory, kaya toast. It's a must-eat item in Singapore. What is that? It's out. (He responds right away.) - Thank you. / - Bread. What? Hold on. - How do we eat this? / - Are they boiled egg? - No, don't. / - Where did he learn that? - Where'd he learn that? / - I know we always do this. - Sam, of course. / - But not for this one. So it's raw. (It's poached.) What is that? (Fascinated) - Do you want to try? / - Yes. (Cracking) There you go. (It spews out.) (He couldn't quite control the force.) You're the Hulk. The Hulk does it like that. - Are you trying to be the Hulk? / - Yes. Babies don't really like poached eggs. But he likes eating, so...
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- I think he likes it. / - Is it good? He likes it. Are you okay, Bentley? Don't eat that. (I wanted to eat something.) I'll give you Big Bird. (Biting) William. (Soy sauce is a key condiment.) This is a Singaporean breakfast. Okay. They're eating properly. Try it. - That's big. / - Gosh. He eats so well. - He really eats well. / - Is it good? Do you want to try the toast? (He takes a bite of the kaya toast.) How is it? Is it good? (I love it.) (Babbling) Are you saying you can eat this only in Singapore? Singapore food. - It's Singaporean food? / - Yes. Right. How do you like it? (I wonder what it tastes like.) Woosung. Give some to Woosung? - Yes. / - Come here. Goodness. (He gets to taste toast thanks to William.) Oh, my. (His eyes open wide.) He's shocked.
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(That's my brother.) (I've never tasted such a thing in my life.) (It's his first time ever.) (Munching up a storm) Hey. Hold on. Eat slowly. (It's crispy, but the inside is soft.) How can you eat so much? William, try saying "kaya". (One more bite, please.) He's already addicted. He wants more. His hands are moving on their own. Say "kaya". Kaya. (Reaching for it) - "Ya". / - "Ya". - "Kaya". / - "Kaya". Louder. "Kaya". - "Kaya". / - Louder. Okay, we won't give it to William. (Bentley begins to sob.) (Eating in a hurry) My gosh. Whose gluttony do you take after? (Who else?) (They spot a passing bird.) - What is that? / - Croak, croak. (I'll be right back.) Where is he going alone? (He never forgets his fan service.)
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(He quickly opens his pouch.) He's collecting flower petals. Dad. He's going to take it to Sam. Rain. - Rain. / - He said it's raining. Rain. Singapore's weather can be very fickle. (I must deliver the news.) Dad. Rain. - Is it raining? / - Yes. Really? Then come in. (Thundering) What was that sound? Rain. - It's raining. / - Yes. - Hurry. Hurry inside. / - It's pouring. - It's raining. Hurry. / - It's suddenly raining. (There's a sudden shower.) (Pouring down) (In the midst of the rain, he protects his bread.) William, what should we do? What's that? - Rain. / - Isn't it raining hard? Yes. (It shows no signs of stopping in any minute.) I think it will keep raining. (What are we going to do now?) (Even Bentley stops eating.) What is it? - Do you want to go out? / - Yes. Get the umbrella.
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(He goes out with an umbrella.) Do you have the umbrella? Is it big enough? (Goodness.) - Did you get rained on? / - Yes. I guess it's not an umbrella. (He's dejected.) What should we do? (Our trip...) Gosh, it keeps raining. Can they continue their trip today? It's an apartment overlooking the Han River. (You can see Han River at a glance.) Seeing how the living room and the kitchen are clean, I believe the mother must be one good housewife. Whose house is this? (Noah?) (A mysterious lady is doing yoga.) Is the lady doing yoga the mother? Wait. She's pregnant. - She's almost due. / - She's almost due. (Mom, what are you doing?) Who is she? She's really flexible. Yunjung, is that possible when she's almost due? - Not for me. / - That's what I remember. Even if I wasn't... It's Kahi. Nice to meet you. (She's the leader of After School.) (She met up with the twins before.) (Kahi, Noah's mom)
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(This strong baby exuded an unusual presence.) - He looks like a test-taker. / - A test-taker? (Hello, I'm Yang Noah. I'm three years old.) Gosh, he looks like a grown boy over the years. - He can join the army. / - Right. He can enlist now. (He has come back as a manly boy.) I guess Noah eats his meals properly. He's excited. (This ball of energy takes after his mother.) Where are you going? Are you going to the back? (What is this?) (He's a cameraman.) There you go. Good job. Yes, do one for him too. (There's another cameraman here.) (Are you aiming me right now?) You can talk well now. What are you doing? (How cute.) Call Dad. Call him. Is this his first time being on TV? (Kahi's husband is on TV for the first time.) Your dad is up now. Call him. - Nice to meet you. / - Hello. Her husband looks very manly. I'm Kahi, Noah's mom. And I'm carrying Rainbow now.
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I'm Kahi's husband and Noah's dad. My name is Yang Junmu. What should I do? I can barely speak. This is crazy. (Spilling) (He's flustered.) This nervous dad is a young CEO. He and Kahi got married in 2016. It's been three years since their marriage. (It's their third year.) They look so affectionate. - What were you doing? / - I was dancing with Noah. - Did you sleep well? / - Are you feeling okay? Her belly is big. It must be so hard for her. We're going to have our baby soon. Yes, we'll have our baby soon. - Noah, where's the baby? / - Find the baby. - Here. / - What? (Lifting his shirt) The baby isn't in here. It's in there. Noah, say, "baby". Baby. - I don't think he knows. / - He doesn't know it yet. The baby is in here. Right here. How is it? Press the bellybutton. - Ding-dong. Ding-dong. / - Whose house is that? Ding-dong. We wanted to go surfing.
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We'd planned the whole trip and gone on our trip. Something was off with my body. My husband bought me the test kit. I did the test as soon as I woke up, and we saw two lines. - They found out in Bali. / - Right. I held the pregnancy test stick. He was sleeping. (She reenacts the day.) I showed it to him like this. So our trip with extreme activities was over and suddenly became a prenatal trip. When we conceived Noah, it was a surprise. Everything was new to me. I felt sorry about not doing a better job of it. This time, I want to be a good dad and husband, so I decided to join. (A week later) (Kahi went to the hospital due to a sudden bleeding.) (Kahi is in pain.) No. No, Mom is okay. The bleeding is severe. It's dangerous. - Should I prepare myself? / - Yes.
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(It's Part 5 of D-day Project.) (Delivery Special, Birth of Superman) (Kahi's story of labor will be revealed.) When I had Noah, my body was more swollen than now. At that time, my shoes didn't fit either. (She can relate.) Next month, I'll be seven months pregnant. Recently, the weather has been really hot. And this is when the fetus is getting big too. I'm often out of breath these days. It's really hard because I feel breathless. If my husband didn't help me, I wouldn't have had the second baby. But when we were raising our firstborn, he made me believe in him. As long as I have him as my husband, - I can raise one more. / - My gosh. When this episode airs, every father in Korea will hate me. But I mean it. - I told you, didn't I? / - Right. From the day he found out about the pregnancy until today, he gave me a massage every day.
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The only days I can't give her massage would be - when I work the night / - When you drink. and come home after drinking. That's why he keeps making plans to drink. (She's joking.) It's not that I want to drink. I make plans because I want to take a day off. Right. I'm too tired to even walk. Kids love corners. Right. They're full of curiosity at that age. (Why isn't this turned on?) What? (I don't speak a three-year-old's language.) (Turn this on, please.) (He tries to communicate.) (Don't you know how?) (It looks expensive.) Bye. Bye. There you go. (Let's have snacks.) Noah, what will you drink? Do you want to eat the apple? - Hold on. / - The knife. (Munching) Isn't that too big? (No. What made you say that?) - How is it, Noah? / - Is it good? (The apple raises his happiness index.) That's the face when it's delicious or he's happy. How cute. (Noah shows off his cute charms.) (I'm happiest when I'm eating.) (I almost forgot!) (We had the cameraman over there.)
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He was eating that. (Noah shares the apple he was eating.) - Thank you. / - He already had a bite. - He already had a bite? / - Yes. You should give him a new one. What about him? (We were happy together earlier.) Over there. There's another cameraman. Not him. Noah. Over there. To your right. (To my right?) (I don't know. I'll just go straight.) (Noah?) You keep giving it to the cameraman there. Give one to the cameraman over there. To your right. No, not him. Noah, right here. Yes, there. You saw him. You're looking at him. (Who will Noah choose?) (He stays faithful.) (Noah isn't hesitant to go after his heart.) (Help me bounce on the ball.) Should I help him? (Jumping) (He's totally excited.) All right. He wants you to do more. Keep going. You shouldn't have started with that. You have to play with kids until they're exhausted. Dads have to be circumspect. Aren't you tired? - My goodness. / - Aren't you tired?
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Is he okay? He's thinking - whether or not to cry. / - His mouth is crying. His mouth is already crying. (He decides to cry.) - Now... / - It doesn't hurt as much. Why are you so active? It's only the morning. Shall we sing? (Let's do something else.) Shall we play Wanna One's songs? (He's happy.) (Shall I get started?) Are you ready to dance? He has his mom's genes. He can't be a bad dancer. (He dances to the rhythm.) (He has flashy moves.) She is like a judge. (It's similar to b-boying.) (Noah is the best.) It's not a dance. He is expressing with his entire body. - Really? / - Yes. She is subjective when it comes to her son. She can't be objective. - You are tired. / - Are you tired? You are out of breath. You drank water earlier. Do you want water? - Pour some in there. / - He must be thirsty. Isn't that sparkling water? Do you know what this is? Do you know what this is? It's not regular water.
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(Hurry up and give it to me.) - Babies can't drink it. / - Do you want it? It pops in your mouth. You don't even have a cup. - He doesn't hate it. / - It's strange, but... (What is this tingling sensation?) The taste is captivating. He likes it. - He wants more. / - Is it good? Is it good? My goodness. - It's strange at first. / - It's strange at first. (It's strange at first.) - It gets better. / - He likes it. (It gets better.) Is it good? Goodness, how cute! Honey. I'm thinking about organizing Noah's clothes. There are a lot of clothes. (They begin to organize the clothes.) Noah, look at these small clothes. They belong to your brother now. Do you know what these are? These are mittens. Give me your hands. - Let's try them on. / - They are too small now. (He looks like he is ready for a fight.) Can you give them to your brother? I don't know. You are passing down your clothes now. Put this on him. (They can't button it.) (Noah wore it when he couldn't walk.)
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He was a baby. The outfit fit well back then. It's digging into his crotch now. Yunjung, you don't know that pain. - I know the feel of that pain. / - This is hilarious. They should take off that hat. It will restrict the blood flow. - Noah grew up. / - Is he dozing off? He will fall backward. He will fall backward. Noah. - Noah. / - Hold him. - He ran around earlier. / - Go to sleep. He doesn't even get cranky. He fell asleep right away. Babies who play and eat well tend to sleep well. Eating, playing and sleeping well is the best for the parents. Noah came out three weeks early. We went to the hospital without preparations. We couldn't bring anything. Noah came out three weeks early. If this baby comes out three weeks early like Noah, he will come out tomorrow. He will come out tomorrow. We were in Yangyang because I wanted to see
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the sea before giving birth. We were grilling meat when my water broke. Where are we going? We are going to Seoul - from Yangyang. / - Why were we in Yangyang? We wanted to rest for one last time, so we went to see the sea. However, my water broke. (She feels a contraction.) It's okay, baby. We will meet soon. (That's how Noah was born.) We are here. - Let's go. / - Let's go. (She had a photo shoot when she was pregnant.) - I'm here to capture / - That's right. - my second pregnancy. / - Time sure flies. I know. Let's get changed. Gosh, this is cute. Let's put this on him. - He has his pants on. / - Noah. There you go. (Is this how it feels to have a daughter?) (Noah wears a dress and a headband.) (Princess Noah is born.) How pretty! (Princess Noah is born.) Let's do a turn. (Awkward)
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He doesn't want to do it. Noah, look at this. He instinctively doesn't like it. Let's take it off. (He gets changed to suit the concept.) (It's a beach look.) - Isn't Mom pretty? / - Am I pretty? - Noah, am I pretty? / - Is Mom pretty? Baby. He's putting on some cream for her. Husbands should be good to their wives. Earlier, you said that he is good to his wife. Now you say he should be good to her. Pregnant women are fickle. Strike a pose. There you go. You look pretty. Okay. Good. Noah is touching his mom's belly and looking at the camera. He is so good. I am Noah. - You are Noah. / - "I am Noah." Pose. - Bye. / - Bye. There you go. How pretty! That's perfect. Stay there. There you go. Put your leg up like Noah. There you go. Good job. - How pretty! / - It's a good picture. (Lovely family pictures were taken.) (Let's meet soon, Rainbow.)
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- Put it here. / - If I put it here... This is good. You need to come forward a bit more. Go down a little. (Mom and Dad, what are you doing?) In one, two. (Tilting his head) (What kind of a picture is this?) (Dad is pregnant.) Noah. Hello? (Junmo goes out to answer a call.) Okay. See you soon. (He looks serious.) - There you go. What's wrong? / - What should I do? Something came up at work. - That's so sudden. / - I know. Really? What's wrong? - Is everything okay? / - Everything's okay. I'll call. (What happened?) - Is it something bad? / - I wonder what happened. Does he work from home? Why did he come home? (Moving hurriedly) (He got groceries.) He must be preparing an event. - Did he invite guests? / - I'm coming. Welcome. Welcome. Hello. As soon as she sees me...
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I hope you don't get scolded. (What is Junmu doing?) Why is the house so clean? - My goodness. / - What is that? It's not raining anymore. - No. / - Isn't it nice? - Yes. / - Rain is a hassle. (He lingers.) What is it? (Ice cream) William. - Do you want it? / - Yes. Really? Which one would you like? - This one? / - Yes. - This one? / - Yes. Really? (It's durian ice cream.) (Durian is a polarizing food.) Bread. (Let me take a look.) You can try it first. (How will William react?) Is it good? (Yes.) (The taste is strangely addictive.) Is it good? You can't eat this yet. Sorry. (Sad) (I will eat this instead.) You look like you are drunk. Hey.
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(I am drunk on durian.) - Good. / - Good? It's good. (Thank you.) Let's go ride a boat. Let's go. (The Hammington family gets on the boat.) The weather is nice. We are going to an island. (An island?) If you guys have any recommendations on what we should do in Singapore... If you want to get away from the city, you can try going to Pulau Ubin. It's about 10 minutes away by boat. That sounds perfect. Pulau Ubin is in the northeast of Singapore. It's the last traditional village in Singapore. Go, go. - William. / - Goodness. William, say hi. - Say hi. / - Hi. - Hi. / - Hi. William is popular. He is the Korean Wave baby. William, this is how Singapore was in the past. What did you see? - A candle. / - What? - A candle. / - A candle? Yes. Candle rock.
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A candle. You haven't seen anything like it, right? (What is that?) Look at that tree. That tree must love saltwater. It's living in the water. Isn't it different from where we came from? (Compared to Singapore,) It's like a different country. (Pulau Ubin is completely different.) (He feels like he entered the nature.) I guess people ride bicycles a lot. (Tourists and locals ride bicycles freely.) Look at that. William, do you want to ride a bicycle? Yes. Do you know how to ride one? Hold on. There are so many bicycles. How much is that? (Are we riding a bicycle?) (Let's call this Hammingway.) It's a wagon behind a bicycle. Let's go. (Here comes the Hammingway.) Let's go. (Bentley grabs on tight.) (Shall I speed up?) This is nice. This is fun. There are a lot of dogs, right? (Barking) (It's like a safari tour.)
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(Bentley keeps his eyes ahead.) I brought snacks. Let's eat them later. (Where are the snacks?) (They go deeper into nature.) I have been to the jungle. Do you know what lives in the jungle? Crocodile. There are crocodiles. (There are monkeys as well.) Wow! It's really nice. It's like a jungle. It's very different from the city. (Escape from the city for a healing experience.) (10 minutes later) (Panting) (Why did it become so slow?) This is exhausting. (It's nice and cool.) To give you good memories... There is an incline. I'm struggling. The children in the back - must be heavy. / - That's right. (A young man shouldn't be so weak.) I'm exhausted. (At that moment,) (William finds something.) (What is it?) (He finds a coconut by the roadside.)
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Look at this. It's a coconut. (They walk towards the coconut.) Look. Have you had a coconut? (Rustling) - Kong King. / - Kong King? - What? / - What is "Kong King"? - Kong King. / - What? Do monkeys walk around like that? What is going on? Hey! (The monkeys smelled snacks.) They smelled snacks in the basket. They stole snacks. (They take the entire bag.) I can't believe this. (It runs on two legs in its hurry.) He can't even get close since there are children. - What is going on? Hey! / - Look at that. Hey. What do we do? They took all of our food. Sit. (I can't believe my eyes.) (This chicken is good.) They ate everything. (They had a good meal.) - Kong King. / - Kong King took their snacks. Eat. (Thank you.) "Eat"? Bye. Bye. They got to see monkeys up close. It's a good memory. (By the way,)
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(Bentley's head goes down.) How can he sleep in that position? I don't think Sam realized it yet. Water. Do you want water? Monkeys took water. Monkeys took food and water. Those monkeys took our water, William. We don't have water. Why are there so many flags? (What are these flags?) What is this place? Is it a temple? What could the mysterious place before the Hammington family be? Let's park the bicycle here. (This place is fascinating.) Baby asleep. Is the baby asleep? - Yes. / - My goodness. "Baby asleep." He woke up now. He is awake. (Bentley wakes up.) Bentley doesn't even cry. He has sleep marks. Let's go up the stairs. (They enter the temple.) (Hesitant) What is it? - Come on up. / - He felt something. What is this place? (Wide-eyed) Who is that, William?
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(He bows to the statue.) (He is a bit nervous.) Daddy Sam. - "Daddy Sam"? / - Is that me? - Dad. / - Children can't lie. - You're right. They see clearly. / - William is sharp. What? - Who is your dad? / - He met his dad in Singapore. - Water in belly. / - "Water in belly"? Hey. Are you saying it looks like me? Why is he pretending not to understand William? William was spot on. William, there are so many deities here. (The temple houses various deities.) Who is that? Who is that next to the duck? (Psy, the deity) Isn't that Psy? Who is the man in sunglasses? Hello. (He danced to "Gangnam Style".) That's right. Come to think of it, William liked "Gangnam Style". (He was quite popular.) How cute! He is so cute. ♪ I am Gangnam style ♪ (His body remembers the bounce.) We are Eungam style. - Yes. / - Right? Come here.
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Eungam man. Let's go and find water. Come here. (That's right.) Is anyone here? Hello. - Hello. / - Hello. - Hi. / - Hello. Do you happen to have some water? Of course. Thank you. (Have some cool water.) Yes. - How pretty! / - William. Thank you. - Thank you. / - You're welcome. - Thank you. / - You are so cute. - Hello. / - Ben. Let me hold you. (Let me hold you.) (Smiling) Do you want to go and see the turtles? - Turtles? Really? / - Turtles. Do you want to go and see the turtles? Do you want to go? (They go to see the turtles.) Give this to the turtles, okay? - William. / - Okay. Good. Throw it into the water. Yes. Slowly. (Softshell turtles and catfish gather.) Are those turtles? Aren't those crocodiles? He is surprised. Goodness. Shall we throw it here? They are coming out.
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(As the promise of bread,) There are so many turtles. (turtles come up the land.) There. There. (This is incredible.) Are you giving them water? Hey, hey. (It's cold.) Hey, hey. Did you think they would be thirsty? - He worried about that. / - They live in the water. (Enjoy your food.) (William is ridiculous.) Watch your toes. Your toes look like bread. (I smell bread.) - I'm scared. / - Why are you suddenly scared? - Shall we go? / - Yes. (He says goodbye without hesitation.) - Say goodbye. / - Bye. Bye. He never forgets to blow a kiss. Thank you. - Bye. / - Say goodbye. Bye. - Shall we go and eat? / - Yes. Okay. Let's go. There is a dolphin. Night fell over Singapore. It's time to have dinner. William, various people live in Singapore. There's the Chinese, Indian, Malaysian...
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This is Chinatown. Wow! There is so much to eat. The paradise of food, Chinatown has a food court that seems endless. (What should I eat?) What will the Hammington family eat? (What will the Hammingtons eat?) My goodness. - He is excited. / - It's dirty. I guess he can smell the food. Thank you. Thank you very much. (My goodness.) (His eyes go wide.) What is this? (It's a traditional Singaporean dish.) This is the traditional Singaporean noodles. Shall we try them? Singaporean noodles. Open wide. (Sam puts noodles in his mouth.) (He is eating noodles with his face.) (It's tasty.) Make sure you chew. (Eating) (Why is my plate empty?) This is how you eat it. You can't eat it. Make sure you chew. (Let's eat together.) (Sad) It's here. (Wait until I grow older.) (He sucks on his pacifier furiously.) He can only suck on his pacifier. What is that?
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(The second dish appears.) (My goodness.) Oh, my gosh. (It's as big as a mountain.) Thank you. (What is this dish?) The second dish is fish head curry that lets you enjoy fish. It's a specialty you can try in Singapore. (It looks impressive.) (It's really big.) It's huge. (He takes a bite.) Is it bad? - Hot. / - Curry can be spicy. Okay, okay. (Bentley is in a hurry.) (Let me give him some rice.) (Expectant) (Bentley has a history with rice.) (When William enjoyed rice,) (Bentley could only look.) My goodness. He wants a bite. Eat the rice. (He even wanted rice on someone's foot.) Rice. Rice. (I'm finally eating rice.) Do you want rice? (Oh, my goodness.) Look at that. His eyes got bigger.
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Children can taste the sweetness in rice. He came to know the taste of rice. (He inhales the rice.) William. (The texture is amazing.) William, look. (Rice, you are amazing.) It's really tasty. (Eureka!) (Dancing) What happens if you put your finger in a lion's mouth? He wants more rice. What is this? - An eye. / - Where are your eyes? - Shall I try it? / - Yes. (He starts tearing an eye out.) (I can't watch.) - What? / - Hard. - Do you want to try it? / - Hard. (I want more rice.) - Is it hard? / - Yes. - Do you not want it, then? / - No. (Excuse me.) It will bite. You can't put your finger in its mouth. (Would you look at me?) Don't ever do that. Is it okay? (This won't do.)
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When will you eat this? Baby wants rice. Should I give him more rice? I want rice. - Do you want rice? / - He is so excited. - I want rice. / - You, too? - Do you want rice? / - Yes. (Give me some rice too.) That's it. (It's the best.) It's tasty. (Give me some rice too.) Do you want more rice? I'm sorry. Do you want rice? William, do you want rice? All right. Hey, hey. It must be hard to feed two children - on both sides. / - All right. Sam is good. - Oh, no. / - He is very good. - Rice. / - You want rice? Rice. This is... Hey. You are obsessed with rice. - I want rice. / - Hey. May I eat? Dad. Dad, eat. - May I eat? / - Yes. Okay. (Sam takes a bite.) It completely suits my taste. (He eats the rice on Sam's hand.) William, eat those noodles tomorrow.
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(He'd saved some noodles on his face.) - Did you eat them? / - Yes. (It was a good meal.) (I'm still hungry.) (Kissing) What? Won't you kiss me on the lips? (I will give you finger hearts instead.) William. Look at those fruits. Hello. Is there any fruit you want to eat? - You should eat fruits after a meal. / - That's right. William, here. (Biting) (It's sweet.) Give me a bite. (A bite for me too, please.) (An eight-month-old tries to steal the fruit.) He wants the fruit. He's in a hurry. (My goodness.) (Don't do that.) That's right. It's William's fruit. (Then I will eat Dad's finger.) (He buys mango for Bentley.) Thank you. It's for the baby. When he tastes mango, he will be surprised because it's so tasty. For goodness' sake. My goodness. My goodness. - Hey, hey. / - My goodness.
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He is eating it. (He finally takes a bite.) It must taste incredibly sweet. Do you want me to give it all to Bentley? Then he might get a stomach ache. (How can something so tasty exist?) It's really tasty. Okay. (He loves mango.) He is eating with gusto. His children have the genes to enjoy food. (I'm not done yet.) William. (Bentley explodes.) No? What is wrong with you? (He becomes happy in an instant.) When you smile right after you cry... Baby is eating well. (I'm glad I was born.) Sam must have no worries. (He even sucks Sam's fingers.) It's good to have a child who eats well. It's the best. (Bentley's food trip will be continued.) (Ringing) (It looks like he has guests.) I'm coming. Welcome. Welcome. - Hello. / - Come on in. - My goodness. / - Who are they? (Who are the guests?) Anchor Kim Kyunghwa. Actress Choi Jahye. Singer Esther.
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There is even actress Jeon Hyebin. Why is the house so clean? (The four of them are Kahi's best friends.) - My goodness. / - What is that? - That's incredible. / - Who did this? He left early to prepare a surprise baby shower for his wife. - That's incredible. / - Who did that? - I did. / - Did you do it alone? - Did you blow them up? / - I got goosebumps. What is this? This is exciting. - Hello? / - Hello? (He checks on Kahi's location.) Hey. Where are you? - Where are you? / - I'm heading home. Really? I need more time at work because something came up. I'll come home as soon as possible. I'm almost home. Okay. You should be an actor. You did a good job. I was scared Heart would bark. If Heart barks... (Kahi arrives at the parking lot.) - Turn off the light. / - Let's do that. I will do the rest. - You are thorough. / - Yes. Don't waste even a second. This is a good tip. I will learn from this.
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It won't help since I am right here. Do you want me to pretend not to know anything? You have a point. She is here. She is here. - She is here. / - Let's do this. (They light up the candles.) (Running over) Heart! Have you been well? (Kahi's husband makes an appearance.) - Ta-da. / - What? - What is going on? / - Come on in. - Honey. / - What is going on? Are you done with work? They must be nervous. I bet they are excited. (The surprise party begins.) - What is going on? / - Goodness. - ♪ You were ♪ / - ♪ You were ♪ (You were born) My goodness. (To be loved) (Kahi is touched.) (Were you surprised?) My goodness. (The friends gathered) (especially for Kahi.) My goodness. Why are you crying so much? She must be touched that her husband prepared this.
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- She's crying. / - Of course she is. What is this? - Gosh. / - What do I do? - What is this? / - The thing is, it's okay to cry if you want to. When you're pregnant, you feel really lonely. (Satisfied) This is crazy. What is this? Did you prepare this? (The surprise is a success.) (She's still moved.) - What... / - Stop crying. He's so good to me. He's so good to me. I've even told him he makes me so happy. I'm excited for all the days to come. I prepared some steak for today. (Junmu's steak) You prepared steak? You did? How would you like it done? Steak? - What about you? / - Medium? Well done, please. - Yes. / - I'm pregnant. - She's pregnant. / - Yes. Medium for the rest of us? - Medium? / - Well, well. (He's working hard today.)
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Her water broke at my house. - Really? / - How? I went to Yangyang to see the beach. She told me I could stay at her house. It's in Gangwon Province. - What did you do? / - I would've panicked. - You'd need an obstetrician. - Of course. There was so much traffic. - It was the weekend. / - It was raining too. That's how you were born. (Thank you for your hard work.) How can you be so pretty when you have two boys? - I know, right? / - That's not true. - Actually... / - Is it not true? When I was single, I witnessed moms yelling at their kids in restaurants. Back then I used to think, "Why is she yelling at her kids?" I thought they were too harsh. I act classy here, but when I go home, - "Hey!" / - Exactly. It's different with a son. "Sweetie. Sweetie. Hey!" (She has a son too.) My voice gets loud. I just change my tone to sound scary.
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"How many times did I tell you?" If I say that, they freeze. It's probably because of your pronunciation. It's because she has girls. I'm sorry, but aren't you almost due? When are you due? I'm due on July 2nd. I had Noah three weeks early. (Delicious cherries) (I'll only stare in one direction.) (I want to eat cherries.) (Here I go.) (I must eat what I want to eat.) (Meanwhile in the kitchen...) (He's cooking tenderloin steaks.) (He's also making some garnishes.) Here are your steaks. (He's the perfect husband who can cook.) Do we all get a dish? - He even decorated it. / - Here. Thank you for the food. (His steak has perfect plating.) (I hope it tastes good.) - This is great. / - Do you like it? It's good. (Everyone is amazed.) American style.
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You must be too nervous to eat. No, it's too hot. He's exhausted. (Thank you.) I had to time it right. - I know. / - I had to surprise her. There was so much to prepare. I remember having drinks with Kahi, and crying because we were so lonely. (I remember those days.) Hyebin and I would always complain about not having a man around. (But why am I the only single one?) (Ringing) Who is that? Are these all delivery? Are they back for the dishes? It looks like a woman. She must be late. Welcome. Hello. - Is someone here? / - That voice... - Hello. / - Hello. Hello. Gosh. It's Sarang's mom. It's Yano Shiho. Hey! Long time no see. (Hello.) - It's a gift. / - What is it? Why are you in Korea?
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- Your husband called me. / - He did? Coincidentally, I also had work here, so I came to Korea. - Can I open it? / - Yes, go ahead. (What did Shiho get?) - It's cute. / - It's so cute. Are they baby clothes? It's so cute. What is this? A hat? This is going to look so cute. How cute. (It's a Mickey Mouse outfit.) Sarang really loves Mickey Mouse. (This is when a historical character was born.) (The legendary Mickey Mouse Choo) (Cute) It's so cute. Thank you so much. The baby will love it. (Noah is approaching Shiho.) Noah. Noah, you're so cool. (Amazed) - He's such a man. / - He's a man. (Noah is full of energy.) He has charms different from Sarang. Noah likes it. - I'm jealous. / - Shiho... - I want a boy. / - Do you want a son?
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- What? What? / - What? What? (The smell of a baby boy) - You're a man. / - He's a man. - What a man. / - You love boys. Doesn't Sarang want a sibling? She says she doesn't need it. She doesn't need one? - She gets jealous. / - Jealous? - Does she get jealous? / - She gets jealous. In your opinion, does Sarang take after you or your husband? - Her face is... / - Face? - This part? / - It's like Sunghoon. She looks like Sunghoon right here. Isn't it interesting how kids look like different parts of you? Where is Sunghoon? - In Japan. / - Japan? He's in Japan right now. - In Japan? / - Is he alone? - I'll call him. / - Will you? - I'll call him. / - Okay. I'd like that. It's been a while. There. Sunghoon. (Sunghoon and Kahi know each other.) Noah, wave to Uncle Sunghoon. When are you due? I might have the baby tomorrow. - Really? / - Yes. - Are you feeling all right? / - Yes, I'm fine.
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Good. Noah is really cool. How is having a baby boy? It's wonderful. "It's wonderful." But I want a daughter too. I want a baby boy. (How will Sunghoon react?) (No comment.) He's put on the spot. Bye. - Bye. / - Bye. See you later. Bye. - Bye. Bye. / - Bye. Thank you for coming when you're all busy. Let's raise our glasses for a healthy delivery. - Cheers. / - Cheers. Cheers. - Thank you. / - Have a safe delivery. Okay. - One, two... / - One, two, three. (Surprise party for a safe delivery is a success.) Alice! Alice! (His feet look urgent.) (Seungjae?) Alice! Alice! (He's looking desperately for Alice.) Alice!
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(Jiyong looks serious.) Alice! (Where are you?) Seungjae is here. (What happened to Seungjae?) What is this place again? Yongju Temple. - Hwaseong. / - Hwaseong. This is a famous temple in Hwaseong. Yongju Temple is located in Hwaseong. It was built to pay tribute to Crown Prince Sado. (Yongju Temple) Is she not here yet? I guess not. - Do you miss her? / - Yes. (Who is coming?) Why isn't she here? (Someone is approaching Seungjae.) Someone's coming. Who is it? Hello. (Hey, brother.) - Levi. / - Hello. (It's their second time meeting.) He met Levi at Alice's birthday party. Gosh. - He's hugging Seungjae. / - Good. Long time no see, Levi. (He greets Jiyong as well.) - Are you well? / - I'm well. Seungjae! Levi! Someone's calling you. Hyunwoo. (It's Hyunwoo from China.)
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Be careful. - Hello. / - Hello. (Long time no see, Hyunwoo.) Long time no see, Hyunwoo. I'm the oldest one here. You're the eldest, then Hyunwoo. You're the youngest. I'm the youngest oldest. Okay, sure. I'm big boy Seungjae. (Seungjae wants to be older.) Why are we meeting here? Alice wanted to visit the temple. (It was Alice's choice.) (They first met during a temple stay.) Seungjae and Alice have a lot of memories. But Alice is moving back to Australia. The four of them got together for that. Today's star, Alice is finally here. (Alice makes her way over.) It's Alice! Alice. Alice! What is this? All of a sudden? (Seungjae is straightforward.) (They giggle right away.) Hi, Alice. - Hello. / - Are you well? Have fun. I'll see you later. - We'll have fun. / - We'll have fun.
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Let's go! Bye! This is a temple. Guys, this temple was built by - King Jeongjo of Joseon for his father. / - Jeongjo? It was for his father, Prince Sado. Who made it? - A king! / - A king! - What kind of king? / - Sejong the Great! No, it was King Jeongjo. He built it for his father. He built a house for his father. That's right. Do you think he's a filial son or not? - Who's Filial? / - Filial? That's not a name. It's affection toward your parents. - The love... / - He loves his dad. Yes, that's right. - Do you love me or not? / - I do. Then will you build a temple like this for me someday? - Yes. / - Really? Do you mean it? I'll become a king. A bigger king than you. I'm the king. (Will I become a king?)
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I'll be a bigger king than you. Really? (I'll stop with the lecture.) (I'll make sure to study history.) Hello. - Hello. / - Hello. How should you greet a monk? - Hello. / - Hello. - Hello. / - Good job. This is a place where you can come to drink tea. Come on in. Is this your house? Yes, it's my house. Is this your first time at a place like this? (What did Seungjae spot?) (It's snacks.) May I eat one? Yes, you may. Enjoy. - Thank you. / - Thank you. - Sure. Enjoy. / - Guys. - Guys. / - Is this a war? (They sure love snacks.) Seungjae, how do you think it would feel to have a son like yourself? - Me? / - Yes. Can I have a baby? Yes. When you have one. If I have a baby, I think it'll be cute. Of course.
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If you have a son, what will you name him? Cutie. Cutie? - Cutie. / - Seungjae... Seungjae's daughter. Seungjae's daughter? Daddy Seungjae will carry her around. I'll keep her in a stroller. Let's thank the monk for the snacks. - Thank you. / - Thank you. It was nice meeting you. Close your eyes to meditate. Close your eyes and promise not to do it again in your heart. Meditating is hard for children. Of course. Seungjae and Alice are going on a date. Do you want to drink cold water? Okay. Where is it? I found it. There is a turtle. (It's a turtle-shaped mineral spring.) (They're getting cold water.) (He's giving it to Alice first.) He's such a gentleman. It tastes good. What does it taste like? Strawberries. Mine tastes like apples. (Their date is sweet like fruits.)
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Seungjae. (Alice approaches Seungjae.) Seungjae. (Is she trying to kiss him?) I want to go to the washroom. Why is she whispering that to him? I'll take you. We have to cross this bridge. Hang in there. I'll take you there! Here is the washroom. I'll stand guard out here. You can go. - Okay. / - Alice! I'll hold your bag. I'll hold on to your bag. You can go. Okay, but you can't open it. (Nodding) When we used to date, you were my guard too. - "You can go." / - "You can go." "I'll hold on to your bag." This looks familiar. Okay, but you can't open it. I shouldn't. (A gentleman must not touch a lady's belonging.) How does he know how to act like this? - Isn't it amazing? / - He knows because he saw his dad do it. Thank you.
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(Proud) Let's draw pictures here. Do you remember how we met at a temple? Do you remember playing together then? (Just a box of snacks) (had them smiling wide.) I sang "Happy Birthday" for you. (He sang "Happy Birthday" with all his heart.) (They have so many memories together.) Then why are you going to Australia? (I'm sorry.) Will we be friends even when you move? - Yes. / - May I call you? Yes. You can call me anytime. I'm going to miss you, Seungjae. I'm going to miss you too, Alice. Why are Seungjae and Alice taking so long? (They finished meditating a long time ago.) (They return after their date.) Where did you go? (They return after their date.) - Where were you? / - We went to get water. - Is that all you did? / - Yes. (I'll let it pass today.)
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- Come. Hold hands. / - It's hot! It's time to say goodbye. Say bye to Alice. Alice, it's time to go now. Are you really leaving? (Nodding) Are you going to the airport now? It's time to go to the airport now. They're going to the airport. (It's time to say goodbye.) You have to say your goodbyes now. He's upset. She's not going home. She's going to Australia. Are you that sad? - Yes. / - You're sad. He loves Alice a lot. He talked about her a lot last time too. He's sad. Seungjae, I have a gift for you. This is a unicorn. I have something else too. (Alice hands him a goodbye gift.) A unicorn? - Please come back. / - Okay. - Bye. / - Bye. - Bye. / - Thank you! (Thank you for being my friend.) - Say goodbye to his dad. / - Bye. Bye! (Seungjae continues to wave his hand.) Bye! (It was a long goodbye.)
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Alice! (It's the world's saddest goodbye.) Bye! (She's really gone now.) - Seungjae. / - Say goodbye to Hyunwoo. - Bye. / - Bye. - We're leaving. / - We're leaving. Bye, Levi. Bye, Hyunwoo. Seungjae, we should go before the traffic gets heavy. Come on. What? Let's go to the airport to say goodbye. Right now? Do you want to go? Seriously? Yes. Seungjae, do you really want to go? - Yes. / - We're on the route. - Should I really go? / - Yes. Do you really want to go? I really want to go, so stop asking me. But you never send me off when I go on trips. I didn't get to give her a gift. But she's leaving today. I wish she wouldn't go. How long will it take? We're just five minutes away. (They're at the airport.) This is so dramatic. It's crazy. Alice! (He's calling her name desperately.)
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Alice! (Alice is nowhere to be found.) Alice! Where are you? Seungjae is here. They couldn't have left already, right? Is that them? - Is that her? / - She's too big. Alice. - It's not her. / - No. - It's not her. / - It's not her. (Disappointed) It's not her. Did Alice get on her plane already? My goodness. My heart is ripping to pieces. Don't overact. My heart is breaking. Alice! (He's calling her name as loudly as he can.) Hello? We're at the airport looking for you. (Miserable) Seungjae, we can find Alice. I called her mom. They're still here. We can find her. Cheer up. You're straightforward. You can do it. Alice. (He looks around with hope.) Alice. There she is. Alice. (Alice is waiting for Seungjae.) Alice!
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Alice! (He found Alice again.) It's a gift for you. (Here is my last gift.) Is this a starfish? (Nodding) Don't forget about me, okay? It's time to go now. Alice? Seungjae, she really has to go in now. She has to go. When are you coming back? I'm coming back in a month. I thought they were moving back for good. She'll be back in a month. I got sad along with Seungjae. A month is short. I almost cried. (These two men have the same expression.) Take care. (Have a safe trip.) Thank goodness. - It has a happy ending. / - Exactly. Thank goodness. Why did you go to see off Alice? Because I want her heart. (I want to win her over.) I love Alice. I want to marry her. (Please accept my love, Alice.)

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