The Return of Superman Ep.361 - Part.1 | KBS WORLD TV 201227

The Return of Superman Ep.361 - Part.1 | KBS WORLD TV 201227

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The Return of Superman Episode 361. "Dance with Santa." ♪ Santa Claus has a present ♪ - "I'll be a good boy." / - Give me lots of presents. (Thinking about getting presents makes him hum.) (Surprised) What is it? Ta-da. We have a fireplace with a chimney! (There is a fireplace and a chimney at Gary's house.) Why is this... Let's go in there. (He can't help but smile.) It's a chimney. I made a chimney for you. Usually, Santa comes down the chimney. Shall we give Santa a flashlight? - A flashlight? / - A torch. Why? Because it might be too dark in the chimney. (It might be too dark in the chimney.) Because it's dark in the chimney, you want to give him a flashlight? Where's my red flashlight? But this one doesn't get turned on. Isn't that a flashlight from the 80s? So he brought a candle. Right. That suits the mood better. (He leaves a candle instead of a flashlight)
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(inside the fireplace.) Come in safely. All done. - Oh, dear. / - What's wrong? My back hurts so much that I can't walk. I should lie down for a bit. I strained my back while carrying the camping gear. My back really hurts. (Let me give you a massage.) Gosh, that feels nice. - Haoh is giving him a massage. / - That feels nice. That feels nice. It may look like nothing, but it does feel nice. - Does it feel nice? / - Yes. You've done a lot of nice things, so Santa might give you a lot of presents. I'm going to ask for a chimney camera. Let's go. These are our socks. - Haoh, Santa... / - My gosh. It fell off. You need socks to get a present. - They fell off. / - Haoh. Then let's put them under the chimney. Temporarily? What happened? What's this? (He checks inside the chimney first.) You must have received a present. - It's a blue hose. / - Right? Where did this hose fall from? How did he know that you like hoses?
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(When he placed the sock back, another present fell.) - Things Haoh likes keep falling. / - What is this? It's a purple hose. Ta-da. - A purple hose. / - Ta-da. Haoh, why does Santa keep giving you presents? Santa? I wonder why. It must be because he's a good boy. Haoh, what are you doing? Are you cleaning my shoes? He's seeking out good deeds to do. (Even the outsole is about to shine.) - You're being a good boy. / - I'll clean the baby shoes too. I'll pair them up. Where are the "N" shoes? There they are. Let me do it. I'll put this next to this. (The entrance became neat thanks to Haoh's hard work.) You did another nice job. Let's go and see if I get another present. - Oh, my. / - Goodness, it keeps falling. - Oh, my. / - It's vitamins! It's bread! He gave you bread. Santa is giving me so much. - A lot of things. / - He is. (What else can I do to be a good boy?) What else is there to do? He wants to get more presents. (While Haoh looks for things to do to be a good boy)
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- Goodness. / - What? Hang on. - Santa fell down. / - Is this Haoh's house? (What is this sound?) (Stopping) "Who are you?" He completely froze. (He stays still...) (and freezes.) Why is he running away? He was waiting for Santa for so long. Haoh. (Santa calls out for him, but Haoh doesn't answer.) Haoh. (Desperate) (Peeking) Who are you? My name is Smith. Smith is Santa's real name? Will you help me get out? But who are you? I came to give you a present. But who are you? (I'm Santa) (Is he really Santa Claus?) Hold my hand, please. (Thinking) Thank you. (Haoh holds Santa's hand.) I brought lettuce for you. - Lettuce? / - I guess Santa has a huge belly. Then shall we give him lettuce? - Shall we? / - Yes. To help him reduce his belly fat? Please get slimmer.
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Right. Because you gave me lettuce, I lost weight. So I could come down the chimney. How? Let me show you. I rode Rudolph like this. I got on Rudolph in Northern Europe. He came from Northern Europe. Through the chimney. He came bare-footed. It must have been freezing. I came down like this. But why didn't you eat this? You should've eaten that. Is it good for your health? - Yes. / - Okay. (He lifts up his beard and munches on it.) (Haoh checks if he actually finishes it.) It tastes so good. (It tastes so good.) (He suddenly feels embarrassed.) (Something seems off.) If it's Haoh... He'll find it suspicious. - He's smart. / - That's right. Let's see... It's you, dad, in red clothes. No, I'm not. (I'm sure it's you, dad.) My name is Smith. Smith Kang. But those are dad's feet. - Where? / - There. How can you tell?
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I can tell they are dad's feet. Goodness, I should give you your present now. What's inside this? Because you've been a good boy, I brought you a present. What is it? What present is it? - You want to see it? / - Yes. Shall we unwrap the present? On the count of three, open the lid. - Okay. / - In three, two, one. (Flapping) It should open like this. There's another box inside the box. - This again? / - It should open like this. Snacks keep coming out. Look at this. - What's this? / - Shall we open it? Yes, open it. (He can't open it.) I can't seem to open it. Will you take off my gloves? My... (He gives Haoh a finger heart.) - Was that the present? / - Here it is. Will you take off this glove as well? (Here's a heart again.) Dad wears a ring too. - He got caught. / - I wear a ring too. I'm married as well. Haoh is unbelievably sharp. Dad's ring. How do you open this?
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Let's open this. What could this be? He rode out the crisis thanks to the present. (Sniffing) - This must be chocolate. / - It is. (Shall I taste it?) It's sweet. - Do you like my present? / - Yes, I do. (I'll take another bite off this delicious thing.) (You're the best, Santa.) Dad has a beard too. - Your dad has a beard too? / - Yes. - Is your dad handsome? / - Yes. Goodness, is your dad the most handsome person in the world? Yes. What part of your dad is the most handsome? What will Haoh say? - His feet. / - Feet? (Dad's feet are lovely.) He has handsome feet. (Disappointed) That's enough now. You're eating too much chocolate. Your teeth will rot, so you should stop eating. (You're not upset, are you?) He's upset. Now, I'm off. Merry Christmas, Haoh. Merry Christmas. I'll watch how you go. Get on Rudolph and go now. He wants to watch him go. I'll get going. Where's your house?
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- It's in Northern Europe. / - Northern Europe? Where's Northern Europe? I'm off now. - Go now. / - I'm going out through the chimney. Through the chimney? I wrote you a card. You wrote me a card? (Wait a minute.) (Empty) Santa isn't here. (Haoh can't leave the fireplace.) He should have waited for the card. Oh, no. Did he just leave? (Rustling) (Is that Santa?) Did he come back? Haoh, what were you doing? Where have you been? (Did he really leave?) - What were you doing? / - I got a present. - Where did you get these from? / - From Santa. - What? / - He gave me this present. - Santa was here? / - Yes. - When? / - When you weren't here. - Really? / - Yes. But he went somewhere. I was going to give him the card. You should give it to him next year then. - He said he will come back? / - Yes. But his feet looked like yours. - You mean, Santa's feet? / - Yes.
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The adults have similar feet. This part looked exactly the same. (He's detailed-oriented.) - The hair on my foot? / - Yes. But not a lot of people have hair exactly on that spot. - Where were you? / - Gosh. (A sharp question) (Flustered) I had a stomachache, so I was pooping. - Okay. Let it slide here for today. / - Haoh. We're having a guest over today. It's a beautiful and kind aunt. - A pretty aunt? / - I guess someone is coming over. I recently made a friend on a TV show. She's a kind friend of mine. And she really wanted to meet Haoh. So I invited her. (Who is today's guest?) (Bringing several bags) - Who is it? / - My gosh. That's so many bags. (Ringing) - Who is it? / - Who is it? (Who is it?) - Hey. Hello. / - Hi, Haoh. Excuse me. (Retreating) - May I come in? / - Yes. - Excuse me. / - Be careful. You brought a lot of stuff. I'm moving here. - Oh, my gosh. / - I'm moving here. You brought so much stuff. (She notices his outfit rather late.)
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You're all dressed up. I dressed up to the nines today. (Who is the guest the Kangs) (have greeted in their fancy outfits?) The guest Gary is welcoming in his fancy outfit is Yoon Eunhye. (The everlasting syndrome, "Coffee Prince") - Everyone loved her role in the drama, / - Sir. - "Coffee Prince." / - Should I take the barista exam? Gary and Eunhye met on a TV show recently and became friends. - She can bake and cook. / - Now, - She's good at everything. / - I will cook the soup. (The dexterous queen, Yoon Eunhye, is here.) - Let's shake hands. / - You can sit on the floor. Let's shake hands since it's our first time meeting. Did you wash your hands? - Of course, I washed them. / - He asked... I washed my hands. Of course, I did. I just washed my hands. Let's shake hands. (Should I shake her hand or not?) Gosh, I'll shake your foot with mine then. - This is the foot-shake. / - Hey. (It's nice to meet you.) He's so cute. Oh, no. He's adorable. He doesn't look like you. Open it. - Luckily, he doesn't take after me. / - Let's open it. - Let's open it. / - Why don't you open it? Let's open this one first. Haoh, what is this?
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- I don't know. / - I made everything myself. - Look. / - I even made the basket. She made the basket and cookies just for Haoh. She made everything from scratch. - It's so pretty. / - She's so good with her hands. And she filmed this for us? No way. I made everything myself. I even made the basket. - Did you really make everything? / - Yes, I did. I made them last night. I knew it. You're dexterous. - Dexterous Yoon Eunhye. / - Should we try this? She used only good ingredients because Haoh would be eating them. It's good. (Biting off the head) - It broke, right? / - Where did the head go? I'm eating it now. Haoh is smiling. He's smiling now that he's eating cookies. Is it good, Haoh? Now, guess what this is. I don't know. (What is this now?) - Oh, my gosh. / - Ta-da. - Isn't it pretty? Yes. / - Did you make it yourself? It's a wreath. It's a Christmas decoration. - She made that too? / - I finished. She's amazing. I finished it. I brought it for you. Look. (It lights up.) It lights up. We'll hang this in your room. - Show me. / - Do you want to see it?
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This is how you turn it off. And this is how you turn it on. Right? (Lovey-dovey) Let's try again. That's right. (Haoh glued to Eunhye.) - Let's hurry. / - Let's go. Is this your room, Haoh? - No. This is my dad's room. / - Haoh. - This is your dad's room? / - That's Haoh's room. - Your dad likes this kind of stuff? / - Yes. - Your taste is a bit off. / - No. - No. That's not what I like. / - This is weird. - My gosh. Thank you. / - It's for you. Haoh, this is so pretty. Who made this? Dad and I made this. You and your dad made this? Did you really make this? This looks great. Haoh, wouldn't this look pretty right here? That's so beautiful. - That's the perfect spot. / - And the colors too. - The room suddenly got cozy. / - Clap. Don't you like this toy? This? Yes. Like this. - You can do that? / - Yes. Is it supposed to spin? Or... It's dangerous. It's sharp. This one is dangerous. - Gosh. / - So I shouldn't play with it? - Only my dad and I can touch it. / - He wants to protect her. I see. I shouldn't touch it since it's dangerous?
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Good job. There's no place for him here. He's been looking lonely. This is me. And this is Haoh's mom. When they make love, Haoh will get a sibling. (He has an ambitious plan for another child.) It's tasty too. That's for Haoh. You can't eat that. I'm lonely too. (Laughing) (Let's share the cookies.) You seem to really like it. Can I get a drink? Do you want some coffee? I desperately need coffee now. - You do? Okay. / - Yes. And I dressed up like a barista today. - Is that so? / - Ta-da. (Gary is very happy that he got some attention.) (Please make her coffee delicious.) (Carefully picking out the cup) I can tell you're nervous from your back. It's obvious that I don't do this often at home, right? - "Press the button." / - I thought he was going to roast and grind the beans. (Pour the coffee from the machine.) Well, things are convenient these days. (Here's your coffee from Gary the Coffee Prince.) Wait. I... (Nervous) I don't drink warm Americanos.
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(Gary the Coffee Prince fails to shot on her taste.) - You drink your coffee cold? / - Yes. Iced Americano. Or I want latte art. - Latte art? / - Yes. - You want me to do that? / - Yes. Latte art. - Latte art? / - "Art?" - Do you have milk? Yes. / - Milk? (Scanning quickly) I think you should make an espresso. - Espresso? / - Yes. I don't know how to do that. - This button is for espresso. / - I see. And this one is... Wait, is this really your house? - This is definitely my house. / - Right. - I'm really bad with machines. / - Who's the homeowner here? (It's not working) The water... Is this for the coffee grounds? It seems you have enough coffee beans. Honey. It's going up. - You know, the red... / - Hello. - Hello? / - Hi. - Hello, Princess Kim. / - My gosh. - "Princess". My gosh. / - He's such a romantic. - Gosh. / - Goodness. - She caught "Princess Kim." / - Honey. This machine... The red bowl-shaped button is blinking. - Did you put in the beans? / - The beans are there. - Or should we turn it off... / - Wait. It's working. It's gone. - Okay. You have to push it in. / - Sorry. - Bye. / - Bye. - Should I draw Haoh's face? / - Look.
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- She'll draw your face. / - Really? - No way. / - I see. You use the foam. To film the drama, she practiced latte art for a long time. So she made all the coffee in the drama. Some people are gifted when it comes to working with their hands. - Gosh. She is like Eunchan. / - Your eyebrows, Haoh. This is incredible. I've never seen this in person. It's done. Haoh. - This is your face, Haoh. / - You're so good. - Gosh. / - Goodness! - It looks like him. / - How cute. - Gosh. / - I want to try too. Do you want to try it? Dip it and draw it on the white foam. - What are you drawing? / - This is Hawaii. Hawaii? I love Hawaii. - Who loves Hawaii? / - I do. - You? / - No. He's joking. - He's doing that on purpose. / - He's joking. Look at this. (Try it, Aunt Eunhye.) It tastes like chocolate. - Haoh. / - Gosh. (The coffee drips onto the floor.) (The coffee drips onto the floor.) Did you draw on the floor too? (Dazzling) "Did you draw on the floor too?" - Gosh. / - She's exceptional with kids. (Thanks to her, he focuses on his latte art.) It spilled over again.
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Haoh, you're drawing a picture underneath the cup too. (I learned something.) Gary is learning from her today. (Feeling embarrassed for some reason) You sound like you raised five kids. (Thorough reactions) A lot of my friends have babies. She really is the queen of babysitting. (Little by little, her babysitting methods stand out.) (Little by little, her babysitting methods stand out.) (It's snowing.) - Her words are sweet / - Yes. You're - just like her. / - good, Haoh. - You're good. / - She's a babysitting expert too. (It fell. Who should pick this up?) (She can solve a problem right away too.) (She can solve a problem right away too.) Okay. Eunhye's benevolent childcare with Haoh begins now. Haoh, look what I've got. I brought them, so we can do something you like to do. We're going to make this. This is what we're making. They are going to make cookies? Beat it on the edge here. (They have to separate the egg whites and egg yolks.) (Cracking it with energy) - What is that? / - It's an egg! Haoh, you're a genius. This way, the yolk isn't coming out. - I did it. / - You did it. Haoh, do you want to see something cool? We put only the egg whites here. But it's foaming. (The egg whites are foaming.)
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(If you add sugar here) Look at that. - Isn't this a lot of foam? / - Yes, it is. (Whisk it until it gets firm like whipped cream.) I added two drops. - Do you want to see a magic trick? / - Yes. Watch. It's white, right? Now, it's green. It's green now. (Isn't this fun, Haoh?) - Tap it like this. / - You have to tap it. - There you go. / - There you go. - You're good, Haoh. / - This... - Tap, tap. / - It's coming out. - Tap, tap. / - It's snowing. You'll spill it. Don't do that. - It's okay. Do it like this. / - It is? Why don't you try this? - It's soft. / - Yes. Now, watch how I do it first. I'm going to stir it. - Let me do it. / - Try it. Yes. Good job. Get that side too. Haoh, what should I do then? - Aunt, you can pour that. / - Should I do that? - Pour that here. / - Okay. What should I do? (Turning away) Just stay seated there. I think Gary can leave the house. I should be on TV, no? You're on TV. (I'm sorry. We already finished.) She's making trees.
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How beautiful. (Putting it in the oven) That must've been so fun. And I bet the cookies were tasty. (The cookies are getting tasty.) Haoh, should we decorate them? Yes! Let's decorate them. - Let me do it. / - You'll do it? Don't sprinkle everything. No. (Spilling everything from the get-go) Here's a promise you must keep today. Look. Look. It fell. Who should pick this up? Who should clean this up? This? I will. - That way, he'll clean up. / - Okay. That's a promise. If you drop it, you must pick it up. Hold it with me. - Like this. / - I see. Why don't I sprinkle this first? So it will look pretty. Make it pretty. (Haoh's first cookie) This is fun. - Is it fun? / - Isn't it fun? (When aunt Eunhye does something) I want to try it too. Sure. Here you go. Haoh, squeeze it hard on the cookie. Like this. Squeeze it hard. Squeeze it hard. Hard. I can't squeeze it hard enough. (Haoh can only drool.) Let me help you. Let's go.
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(Squeezing hard) (He did it.) You did it. Let's show them to my mom. - Let's show them to your mom. / - Okay. Ta-da. They finished making Christmas cookies from scratch. (The homemade cookies Haoh will show off to his mom) I want to eat. I'm hungry. Haoh, wait. I'll cook you a delicious meal. Wait. She's going to cook him dinner too? (Mixing butter, olive oil, minced garlic, and basil) She mixed minced garlic, butter, and basil and stuffed the chicken with the mixture and other ingredients. And she has to bake it with bacon on top. I can tell she's done this several times. (As her food is getting ready) - Do you want to draw with me? / - Shall we? Draw with me. - Which color do you need? / - Aunt, I'll draw you a rainbow. (He's drawing for aunt Eunhye.) All done. What else? This isn't yellow. Is that a rainbow? My rainbow - isn't ready yet. / - It's not ready yet? - Okay. I'll wait. / - Okay. - Please wait. / - Okay. I'll use red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and purple. - I'll use every color. / - Okay.
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(He's cute.) He's so eloquent for a kid. - Sky blue. / - Sky blue. (I'm getting an inspiration.) (Like the ceiling) (But the sky is cooler) (It looks like sky now) And it looks like she's done cooking too. - A refreshing yuja syrup salad and / - Gosh. - appetizing chicken roast. / - It smells delicious. - It smells good. / - And there's creamy short pasta. - Thank you for the food. / - Isn't that a restaurant? Thank you for the food. (This meal is special like Christmas.) Haoh, enjoy your food. I'm not sure if Haoh had food like that before. - It's good. / - He said it's good. (Once you try it, you can't stop eating it.) Gosh. (Shaking) (The meat comes off.) You're eating a lot, Haoh. - It's good. / - Is it? He's so cute. He rarely says that. - He rarely says something is good. / - Really? Really? Is it good? (It's so good.) (Gary has a bite too.) How is it? (How is it?) (Clueless about his messy mouth, he's just amazed.) - It's so good. / - It calls for a compliment. Did you add butter inside the chicken?
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What's the recipe for this dish? - Do you know / - I want to eat that. - Gordon Ramsay? / - Hurry. - He's a chef. Yes. / - He's a chef. He cooks a turkey for three to four hours. And I applied that recipe to a chicken. - Gosh. / - I read a lot. She studies a lot too. This really feels like Christmas. The Kangs are eating so much good food today. I feel rich. - We are rich, aren't we? / - Really? We're rich at heart. We have a lot of food. (Feeling proud) Aunt Eunhye, you have parents too, right? Yes, I do. Where are they? At home? At home. How are you so good with kids? A lot of my friends have babies. I wish you could meet a nice man and start a family. - I just want that for you. / - Me? When I was young, I wanted to marry young. - Really? / - Yes. I started working at a young age. I wanted to hold hands and walk around with my boyfriend. And I wanted to be a young mom for my children too. That was a huge factor for me. But once I passed that phase, I wanted to work harder,
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so I could be a good person for my future children. But the standard for young moms - has changed now. / - Right. - Right? / - Right. People say we have to deduct ten years. Right. Haoh, she has to go now. My gosh. - He must be sad. / - I already feel so sad. Haoh, should we ask her to come back some other time? He won't even answer that. "Must you ask? Isn't it obvious?" Haoh, when should I come back? Then, you must bring this doll next time you visit us. My gosh, that's a cool promise. He's not an ordinary kid. What? I've never seen him like this. Haoh, should I make sure to bring this next time? Yes. Take it. And I should bring it back? Yes. Bring it back. Okay. I'll come back with this doll. Aunt Eunhye, I have a present for you. You do? Did you draw this? Thank you, Haoh. Thank you for coming. We should say goodbye to her now. Are you sad? (She's sad too.) I'll visit you. It was Haoh's unforgettable and benevolent Christmas. (Screaming) (Screaming)
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Gosh, you're screaming. It's mine! Mine! Let's not scream. (No. I'm going to scream!) Underpants! (This morning,) (he's utterly hyper.) (That brat.) Kids jump more when you tell them not to. I'm going to eat some scorched rice. I'm eating some scorched rice. Ben, sit down and eat. - I'll eat standing up. / - No. I told you to sit down. I'll eat while standing. - He does exactly the opposite. / - What? (Standing up) (Taken aback) I'll stand here. Raspberry. (Speechless) - Don't run. / - Don't run. - Don't run. / - He's running faster. (Listen to dad.) Okay. I will run. I told you not to run. (If you insist) (Stomping his feet) Walk lightly. Walk like a cat. I'll stomp my feet. (Stomping his feet) - Hey. / - I'm a zombie! (Zombies ought to stomp.) (That brat.)
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You. Stop that. You're not going to listen to me? (Of course not.) I won't. (The father can't do anything) (to this bratty four-year-old.) I can see Sam getting mad. / - I'll take out the jelly. Don't eat jelly now. It's too early for jelly, Ben. (Not listening) He's taking out the snack. - He crossed the line. / - I'll eat my jelly. - I'll eat mine too. / - William too? Not you too, William. William, open this for me. I will open it for you. You can't, right? I can open it. You can't. (He uses the hole in the middle.) - He opened it? He did. / - Gosh, he opened it. I opened it. Don't eat that. Take a look. It doesn't taste good. Why would you eat that? (They are sharing like good siblings.) (Having fun) Sit down. You should eat sitting down. I can eat standing up. (He doesn't stop provoking his dad.) (He's about to reach his limit.) William, push me. - Sam wouldn't let them do that. / - Stop that.
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He's not the type to sit back and watch. Hey, why are you doing that? Stop it. You're not going to listen to me? - Are you even paying attention? / - Sam is talking fast now. You're not going to listen to me? Dad, why do you always tell us that we shouldn't do things? It's because you do things you shouldn't do. We don't want to listen to your nagging from now on. Then, behave properly, so I don't have to nag you. You can just stop nagging. (The solution is simple.) - He's trying to reason with Sam. / - Listen. If you don't want me to nag, don't do things I would nag about. If you keep... Hey. (Dad, be quiet.) What are you doing? - You're too chatty. / - What are you talking about? Hey, I'm your dad. Is this how you treat your dad? (Dad, we know the answer too.) We'll take care of it ourselves. My gosh. Take care of what? Everything. (Everything!) Gosh, what do you do at times like that? - What should you do now? / - I can do it too. Okay. Fine. Can you eat without my help? (I can eat like this.) Can you wash your face without my help? Okay, Ben.
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Can you wipe your bottom without my help? (I can just wipe it. It's no big deal.) Really? We can just take care of those things. - It's no big deal. / - You think so? - It's no big deal. / - Really? We can do it, right? Of course. They have great teamwork. (Is this how you will play?) What will their dad do? They're saying that they get by without their dad. What's dad doing? - Is he pooping? / - He's holding back his anger. You can do it, right? Dad, why did you get changed? I'm going out. (He's very upset.) Do whatever you want without me. He's saying, "Go ahead and live without me." - See you. / - Take this, dad. (Wait a minute.) - Take this. / - What is it? It's his phone charger. - He wants him to take it. / - What? Wait, take this. It looks like they've seen him go out a lot. (He gives him a robot in case he gets bored.) He wants him to take the robot too. (Flustered) Have a good life, dad. Gosh, fine. - Have a good life. / - We will. Okay, I'm leaving. Gosh, that's funny.
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I've disciplined my children a lot of times. Talking to them is useless. The best solution is to experience it themselves. Kids, can you live well without me? Go ahead and try. I'll watch and see what happens. - He couldn't go far. / - Gosh. Let's see how well they live. Dad isn't here. (A world without dad belongs to us.) - Dad isn't here. / - The children are loving it. - They're excited for now. / - What shall we do? I need to poop. He takes care of business first. (In that case, I will...) I'll do this. - It's something fun. / - Is he taking out snacks? - This is... / - What? Beans? It's something fun. (Now that dad isn't here,) (let's enjoy our freedom.) (For playing with texture) He got scolded for spilling beans last time. (He got scolded for playing with texture.) Today, his dad isn't there. He can do whatever he wants. (Since dad isn't here, I'll do whatever I want today.) (Is it a little bland?)
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The beans are even under the table. He brought some more. My goodness. If the beans get mixed... (You should do this to enjoy true freedom.) (William enters the room after using the bathroom.) That was a good one. "He can do everything, William." "Bentley can do anything that he wants." I'll wash my hands. He played with the beans. He knows what to do without any help. (He pushes down on the soap.) (Washing) (I'll wash my feet too.) (He washes his face unintentionally.) He wanted to wash his feet, but it got on his face. (This is nothing.) (Sniffing) It smells good. It smells good? (He checks the smell of his other foot.) (Satisfied) He's so cute. (Since it's ready, he washes his feet.) (He washes his face with the same water.) With the same water? My goodness. (Next, he even brushes his teeth.) (Despite the order, he did everything alone.) I finished washing. What's this? - You did it. / - It's you who did it.
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Who did this? - I did it. / - That's right. - Right. / - Right. I have to put some lotion on. (He invades the master bedroom) (and finds the lotion.) Will he be able to put lotion on by himself? (Tapping) - Whose is it? / - Isn't it Sam's? Isn't that Sam's? (He slaps it on his face.) My gosh. It's from "Home Alone." That must really happen - It's not mine. / - when you put that on. It stings. (He puts the lotion back to where it was.) (What?) (This time,) Oh, no. (he takes his mom's lipstick.) Look at this. (Rubbing) Isn't it too thick? Gosh, it broke. Oh, no. (He stays calm and tries to put it back on.) I'm bleeding. (Now he sees the red color on his hands.) Gosh, I'm bleeding. Are you bleeding? Are you bleeding? It's not blood. - Lipstick? / - Yes. Because it's red... (It wasn't anything serious.)
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Ben, I also need time for myself. Go outside and play. - A day like this isn't common. / - Right. I want to be happy too. Enjoy some time alone. (William wants to be alone.) (Then I'll play by myself.) Zombie, zombie. (He plays zombie by himself.) He looks like a real zombie. (Aren't I scary?) He looks scary. He's a free zombie today. (At that time, the doorbell rings.) Someone is here. (What's that sound?) Who is it? (Silent) - I'm scared. / - Wait, don't open the door. (What's wrong with him again?) - It's a package delivery. / - Package delivery? - Is it the delivery man? / - Yes. What's so scary? He's such a baby. He's definitely the older brother. He's at ease. (Then there's nothing to be scared about.) Who is it? - Who is it? / - Someone delivered something. That's right. It's their grocery. (It was a package delivery, right?) What's this? (He has to bring it in quickly.)
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I can't do it. (I'll help you.) (Kicking down the door stopper) (It's a success with his brother's help.) He's done it before. (Let's see what arrived.) Rice puffs. (Rummaging) (Lettuce?) (What else is there?) (All right!) (My love, strawberry jam) It's strawberry jam. He's eating red strawberry jam with red lipstick on. Jam. It must be good. (In silence,) (he tastes the real flavor of the strawberry jam.) It's red all over his mouth and the inside of his mouth. It's red everywhere. (Bentley is talking with) (the strawberry jam without words.) (However,) (something is missing again.) - Spread it. / - No. - On the floor? / - Wait... - On the rice puff? / - On the rice puff? Rice puff. (He puts vegetable jam on top.) This is... Is it some kind of dish? (He rinses his mouth) (with the rest of the vegetable jam.) Isn't that too salty for him?
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(Crunching) It's good. (He creates a delicious snack.) It's easy to make it by myself. I can do it without dad. I can wash and play by myself. (Eating) I ate by myself. (He compliments himself.) Good job. (Ringing) - Who can it be? / - Package delivery. - Who is it again? / - It's the package delivery man. Who is it? Hello. I'm your dad's friend. (The voice sounds strange.) Who is it? I'm your dad's friend. Why does your voice sound so strange? (Clearing his throat) My throat hurts. You shouldn't be sick. You should be healthy. Don't be sick. Then can you open the door? What's your name? My name is... John. Who's your mom? My mom is Mary. Mary. Do you have two moms?
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No, just one. Then why did you say it twice? That's just my talking habit. This is Sam Hammington's house. Right? That's our dad. Bentley. I'm your dad's friend. Are you really our dad's friend? I'm your dad's friend. Can I get a glass of water? (Thinking) I need a cup of warm water. They're nice, so I think they'll give it to him. That's right. (We should give him some.) Dad's friend, here you go. Please open the door. (That's right.) Open the door slightly. (They start to trust their dad's friend.) (He opened it.) He opened it. Both of them look tense. (It's dad's friend, right?) (Creaking) Hello. (A wolf's hand appears.) - What's this? / - It's a wolf. What's wrong with his hand? (It's a suspicious being.) (What's that?) His hand looks strange. You're a wolf.
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(I'm scared.) (How dare you make my brother cry?) He got scared. (First, he grabs a weapon.) That's right. Bring something with you. William is so brave. Gosh. (Go away.) Go away. Get out. (The wolf's hand retreats.) What kind of a wolf shuts the door - after two blows? / - We must protect the house. (We must protect the house.) (Pouring) Baby, let's use these - to keep the bay guy away. / - Okay. It will be painful to step on them. Ben, we will fight together. - Okay. / - Ben, follow me. They teamed up. Follow me. (The next trap the brothers prepared) (Rubber balls) (Pouring) Make the floor slippery. - That's perfect. / - My goodness. This way, the wolf won't come. The wolf won't be able to enter now. I am impressed. (The air is thick with tension inside the quiet house.) Where are they? Where are the children?
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- Are they hiding? / - I am scared. Baby, don't worry. I will protect you. (Peeking) (Peeking) I am scared. I will protect you. That's right. He is a dependable brother. Look at his eyes. Look at his eyes. It's okay, Ben. Your brother is with you. But your face is scarier, Ben. (Opening) The wolf unlocked the door. (Nervous) Who is it? (An uninvited guest enters.) Oh, no. Who entered our house? Get out! I am not scared at all. He is cool! He is cool. I will protect Bentley! To protect his brother... He is holding back his tears. (The intruder enters naturally.) (He politely takes off the wolf's feet.) (As soon as he enters, he gets caught in a trap.) - Gosh! / - It's a success! Ouch! Gosh! Hey! Hey! (My goodness.) (The mini blocks land the 2nd attack.)
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His feet must hurt a lot. He politely took off his shoes. He didn't want to dirty his house. I am here! Hey! (Aren't those dad's clothes?) - Dad! / - What is going on? Ouch! - Dad! / - Ouch! Dad! Dad! - William figured it out. / - William figured it out. (It's fun to tease dad.) Ouch! Dad! - Bentley needs to be certain. / - Ouch! Where is water? (Startled) We had this around. It's a wig. He is thorough. That's ingenious. (Be careful not to get too startled.) (Those cute pranksters...) - He saw that it's his dad. / - Dad, it's here. Dad, it's here. Dad, it's here. Dad, it's here. It's here. Dad, it's here. It's here. It's here. (Bentley tells his dad where the water is.)
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- It's here. / - Okay. (Dad, I am sorry I didn't give you water earlier.) Why are you crying? - Why are you crying? / - Dad. Dad, we thought you were a wolf. - I see why you dressed up as one. / - Why? We said we will live without you. That's right. You said you will live without me. - That's right. / - I was scared. He was scared. You need your dad, right? - Ben. / - Why were you scared? This is dad's face. Ben, Ben. Ben, dad just had this over his head. I was a bit scared too, but I was determined to protect you. - Good job. / - Sam must be proud. Dad, I am sorry. I love you. Me too. I love you so much. - For the Hammingtons, / - Dad, I love you so much. - Don't leave now. / - all three make a team. - Let's... / - Don't leave now. Let's stay together. I can't live without you guys. - Okay. / - Kiss, kiss. Kiss? - There you go. / - Hold on. What is up with your face? (I forgot about my face.)
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My face... What is up with your face, Ben? Sam only noticed it after the kiss. (The reality hits him now.) Look at the house. What have you done? Why is it so messy? Who poured the rice puffs? Who did this? - Who did this? / - Me. Me. Thank you for not telling a lie. - Okay. / - Let's clean up. Let's clean up the mess. William and Bentley, merry Christmas. Do you know where we are going today? We will go on our first trip with Jinwoo. Jinwoo. He really looks like Gunhoo. Gunhoo, sit down. I will help you. Take off your jacket. Jinwoo, let's take it off since it will be warm in the car. Let's fasten your seat belt. All right. Let's fasten your seat belt. Naeun is the best sister ever. - All right. / - Let's fasten your seat belt. Okay. (They work separately.) Give me your hand. (Jinwoo finished fastening his seat belt.) All done. (Naeun fastens her own seat belt.) Go. (Let's go.)
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I will have to go abroad for a while because of the games. Thus, I think it will be nice to make some good memories with Naeun, Gunhoo, and Jinwoo. That's why I prepared a trip. Dad, Naeun, Gunhoo, and Jinwoo will go on our first trip together. It will be nice and exciting. (A trip? What is that?) I made a lot of preparations. Trust me, okay? - Are you ready? / - Yes! Yes! - Louder! / - Yes! All right. Let's have fun today. - Okay. / - Let's go. - Let's go! / - Let's go! Jinwoo isn't saying a word. He is quiet. Jinwoo fell asleep as soon as they hit the road. (He is sleeping soundly.) Why did he fall asleep when we are on an exciting trip? He must be sleeping now in order to play later, right? (Rummaging) (Naeun takes out a snack.) Gunhoo! (It's a snack!) (He gets a snack.) I... It's fun to eat snacks when you are on the road. Gunhoo, how many do you want?
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Four. No, five. - He wants four or five. / - Here. (It's hard to get the snack.) (But it's tasty.) Gosh, he must be eating something tasty in his dream. (Jinwoo is eating in his dream.) Give me one too. How? (Give it to me, Naeun.) Give it to dad. - Gunhoo became mature. / - Thank you. They finished delivering the snack. (It was nothing.) Which song should we listen to? Raise your hand! "NUNU NANA!" ("NUNU NANA" is Gunhoo and Naeun's favorite song.) ("NUNU NANA" is Gunhoo and Naeun's favorite song.) (Jinwoo is asleep,) (and Gunhoo is absorbed in the song.) (So I go, "Nunu nana!") (Let's party.) Shake it! Shake it! (Let's party.) Shake it! Gunhoo, shake it! (This is fun.) (Entranced) (This time, it's a trot song.) (I like this song.)
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Naeun, is this your song? Jinwoo is sleeping soundly despite the noise. (Real, real, real, real, real deal) (Jinwoo is the real deal) (Did you call me?) - It's a fun song, right? / - Jinwoo woke up. - He woke up upon his name. / - ♪ I'll love you ♪ (It was a good nap.) What is this song? (The next song) (What is this song?) (Don't frown) (Everyone is struggling) Naeun is a great singer. (I like this song!) Jinwoo! ♪ When I am ♪ (Glancing over) (Jinwoo copies his brother) (and moves his hand to the beat.) (Jooho is proud.) One, two, one, two, three, four. (Don't frown) It's the sea! - Shall we make a quick stop? / - Sure! (I haven't been to the sea in a while.) We are here. I will help you. Hold on. - Will you help him, Naeun? / - Yes.
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Okay. Help him. Naeun is looking after her brother. (Naeun unfastens Gunhoo's seat belt.) Will Gunhoo help Jinwoo in turn? But he doesn't know how to do it. (He doesn't know how to do it.) Hold on. Hold on. It's the sea! (Where?) (Naeun is excited about seeing the sea.) Let me help Jinwoo first. Thanks to Naeun, Jooho only had to help Jinwoo. Mask. Jacket. Gunhoo, your jacket. Let's go. Forward. It's the sea. Jinwoo, Gunhoo, and Naeun's first stop is the Rock of - King Bonggil Beach. / - Are there sharks here? There are no sharks. There are a lot of seagulls. The waves are so strong. It's so nice. It's the sea! Come here. The water will come. The water will come. (Let's run away.) Watch from here. Come here. (It's a big wave.) Hold my hand. Here it comes. (Running away) (The cameramen get startled too.) Save me! Oh, no! No, no, no. Run away! Run away!
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(Screaming) Gunhoo is playing well. It came all the way here. Jinwoo is enjoying the sight. (Splashing) Let's go over there. Come here. Gunhoo, hold it. (Okay.) Let's go. Let's go. This place is nice. This spot is nice. (Jooho wants to take out the picnic mat.) Come here. Hold it. - The other side. / - Many hands make light work. Hold it. - Spread it. / - How am I supposed to do it? The wind is so strong. (They lay it down calmly.) A big one. - This one. / - Use a rock. There you go. - Naeun's IQ must be over 160. / - She is smart. Okay. Gunhoo, sit here. Naeun can sit there. (The day is warm and nice.) All right. Naeun, you are good at running errands, right? Yes! I will play with Jinwoo here. Would you run an errand for me? I want hot coffee. I want hot chocolate. Do you want hot chocolate? Gunhoo, let's go! - Good luck! / - Good luck! (See you soon.)
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Jinwoo is eager to move around. (Jinwoo is very active these days.) He stood for ten seconds. - Was the record 12 seconds? / - Yes. Maybe he will walk soon. (How much did he grow since then?) - He stood up. / - That's right. (He will attempt to walk this time!) - My goodness. / - My goodness. - Stand up. / - Isn't the ground too extreme for the first step? - Stand up. / - He isn't on the flat ground. One, two. Up. (One more time.) Wait here. Gosh, it's hard for him to stand because there are rocks. (I can't do it.) He is stretching since he is on the floor. What are you doing? Are you stretching? (You should do it too.) (Now that they warmed up) There he goes. (He gives it another try.) - That's good. / - He stood up. (My goodness.) (Groaning) (Groaning) (Groaning) My goodness. It's hard to walk here, right? But you are doing well. One, two, three. (Thanks to his dad's praise, he gives it another try.)
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(Groaning) (Groaning) (He fails this time as well.) Jooho is raising him to be a strong boy. - Jooho doesn't give up. / - Sand. Sand. Sand. Rock. - Sand. Rock. / - Jinwoo keeps trying. (Falling down) (Jinwoo doesn't stop trying.) One, two, three. (Swaying) (He finally takes a step!) He took a step. Come here. (I finally walked!) - Goodness. / - There you go. (Jinwoo finally figured out a way.) - He did it. / - Good job, good job. (Dad, did you see that?) - He is excited. / - Good job. Good job. Come to dad! My goodness. Jinwoo is tenacious. - Come here. / - My goodness. (Thus,) (Jinwoo takes one step at a time.) Good job. Good job. - There you go. / - He is excited. Good job. Good job. Good job. It's great that he took his first step at the sea.
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("A baby falls down 2,000 times before he walks.") Naeun and Gunhoo must be doing well, right? Gunhoo, here is the shop. Hello. Hello. - Hot chocolate, please. / - Hot chocolate? Okay. Two cups. Two cups? And coffee for dad. What kind of coffee do you want? Americano or instant coffee? Americano, please. Iced Americano. Okay. Iced Americano. - Please put it here. / - She knows what her dad likes. They always carry tumblers. What is that? It's half-dried squid. Dad likes it. The squid? How much is it? It's seven dollars. Please give me one. - One? Okay. / - Jooho likes it. How much is the total? 14 dollars. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Jinwoo, come here. (Meanwhile, Jinwoo is having a photo shoot.) Daddy! (Gunhoo and Naeun came back after their errand.) Did it go well?
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- Dad, I brought back a squid. / - Sit down. Did you get a squid as well? Okay, okay. I will try it. (Everyone is focused on the food.) (One step) Dad, there isn't anything for Gunhoo. - My goodness. / - Hold on. - Gunhoo didn't get any. / - No one is watching, right? - Look at that. / - Six. (He succeeds to take six steps!) - Did no one see that? / - Sit down. (He took six steps by himself.) (He took six steps by himself.) Let's drink together. (I am exhausted.) Drink. You worked so hard. (Gulping) He wants more. (Jooho tries the squid.) It's tasty. - It's tasty. / - He is drinking by himself. (I will drink by myself.) I will make a heart now. Make a heart. - Let's make it together. / - Heart. - Let's make it together. / - Make a heart. - Help me! / - What is it? Help me! (While Jooho's attention is on Naeun and Gunhoo) Jinwoo is left by himself. (No one is looking at me.) (Sad)
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He is lonely. It's like the hermit crab meme. (I am a sad hermit crab.) A hermit crab. He became a sad hermit crab. (Jooho is holding rocks.) (Why did you bring rocks?) It's a rock. It's a rock. This one? It's a rock. Jinwoo wants to see it, but he can't. Gunhoo, I... No. Naeun, look. I got a rock. (What? My goodness.) - It has many holes, right? / - Yes. I will show you something cool. Watch. (He pretends to eat it.) I shouldn't eat it, right? - What? Will he eat it? / - I shouldn't eat it, right? No way. - I shouldn't eat it, right? / - Right. What? How did it break? What? He hid it in his hand, right? Oh, he didn't. Why did he eat a rock? Dad, no! Take it out! - What? / - No way. He took it out, right? Oh, it's in his mouth! Take it out! (Naeun forcefully checks his mouth.) Take it out! Take it out! (What happened?) Dad, take it out.
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(Why did you do that?) Dad, spit it out. It's tasty. (Gunhoo can't believe it.) (I finished it.) Spit it out. - Wasn't it on the ground? / - Take it out! You can eat it. Try it. No. (Refusing) No! Dad, what's wrong with you? (Try it.) No! Rocks are really tasty. Try it. - No! / - Don't do it. - Gunhoo, rocks are tasty. / - Jinwoo is happy. No, no. Don't do it. Then I will eat another one. Then I will eat another one. She can't let that happen. She is taking all the rocks so that he can't eat them. (Throwing) - She is fierce. Nice! / - Naeun. Shouldn't I eat them? Shouldn't I eat rocks? You shouldn't eat rocks. Okay. I won't eat them. - I will drink coffee. / - It's for his health. He shouldn't eat rocks. Why did he eat a rock? (Jooho goes to find the rocks.) What are you doing? It's chocolate. It's chocolate I made with rocks.
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Is it chocolate? That's right. It's chocolate I made to pull a prank on you guys. Where did they go? There are three. - Here is one. / - Yes. See? They are different from real rocks. (Stop it now.) No? All right. I won't eat it. You fell for it, right? You totally fell for it. It was a success. It's nice to get some fresh air, right? There are so many birds. Look over there. Birds! The seagulls came close. Birds, eat. Seagulls. They are coming. Seagulls! (Seagulls fly over in a group.) Do it like this. Watch. Hold the end. Come and eat. Lift it up in the air. Seagulls. (Seagulls fly away after saying hello.) Come here! Lift it up higher. He's so mischievous. - No! / - Why would he eat that? - Don't do that! / - Gunhoo. (Upset) All right. Naeun, it seems Jinwoo will be able to walk soon.
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So let's go back to the lodging and see if he can.

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