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It's the second morning in Gimcheon. Let's meet the Doppelganger family. (The door opens.) Someone is up and coming out. - It's Yeonwoo. / - Yes, it is. He leads a disciplined life. It's Do Yeonwoo. (He's half-asleep.) Look at his messy hair. Did you sleep well? (Yawning) He looks especially like you today. Since we were on a trip and had fun, the kids got to rest well. (Vocalizing) I'm bored. He says he's bored. He's just like my son. (What?) Shall I go now? Hayoung, you're up too? (Yawning) (Peeking) Yeonwoo, did you sleep well? Come out here, Hayoung. (Hayoung is up too.) I'm coming out. She's so cute. (Good morning.) (They both have the same messy look in the morning.) They look just like each other. I finally have someone to play with.
(Happy) How can he dance like that as soon as he wakes up? Let's play. (Are you that excited, Yeonwoo?) (Before they play, they ventilate the house first.) - He ventilated the house first? / - That's right. We breathed in the morning air. (Fresh air) (Let me see. It's raining today.) The air there was so fresh. The Return of Superman Episode 346. "To My Small and Precious Child." (It's raining. What should we do?) - Hey, good morning. / - Rock, scissors... - She's saying hello to him. / - Mister. - She's so cute. / - Mister. - Mister. / - Good morning. - Good morning. / - She says good morning now. - Good morning. / - Good morning. (Did you sleep well?) Hayoung, sit down over there. I'll drag you. - Where's food? / - Here we go. - That's a train, right? / - Yes. - It departs. / - ♪ The local train from Gimcheon ♪ Hayoung, are you flustered? How is it? How was it? Did you have fun? - Should I do it again? / - One more time. Yes. - One more time? / - He's so good with her. Hayoung weighs about 14kg these days. It must be hard to pull her with the bean bag. - You too? / - Should I get on the train too?
- Yes. / - Then, you have to pull me. Will you do it? - What? / - No, you do it. - Yeonwoo will do it. / - That's the right answer. Okay. Then, I'll keep pulling you. He's so sweet. (Sliding) When Hayoung asks him to do something, he does everything. (Looking relaxed) She looks so comfortable on the bean bag. (Out of energy) Are you okay, Yeonwoo? - Are you okay, Yeonwoo? / - Yes. She's asking him if he's okay? - Okay. It's over. / - If you're happy, I'm happy too. Gosh. How can he say something like that? Now, you can pull me this time. Pull the bean bag. Hayoung will do it? - Pull it for me. / - Can she do that? - No way. / - It's moving. Do it again. Yeonwoo weighs about 24kg. - My gosh. / - She's pushing him. Good. You're doing well. - You're doing great. / - That's amazing, Hayoung. Let's go. Let's go. - Go. / - The house. Dad, where's the bug? - Bug? / - You want to catch a bug again? Okay. Let's look for it. Lately, she's interested in bugs. Hayoung, you can look for it.
(Where are you hiding?) - Where's the bug? / - The bug. - Should there be bugs? / - I bet there are bugs here. There's a bug here. It's dirty. - What? / - It's dirty. Where's the bug? (She dropped it.) - Here's a bug. A bug. / - Isn't it a watermelon seed? Hayoung, this isn't a bug. - Is that food? / - It's not food. - No. Don't eat it. / - It's a watermelon seed. A watermelon seed? She saw a bug on the first day. - Right. It looks like a bug. / - So we're going to put them like this. Hayoung, let's say goodbye to these bugs. Bye. Outside. Bye. Right. All right. Say goodbye to the bug. - Say goodbye. / - I will... (Their dad taught them how to release bugs.) - You showed them yesterday. / - Ta-da. - Right. / - They flew away. They did exactly what they learned from you. (Throwing) - Good. / - Releasing the watermelon seeds. Watermelons will grow there. Okay. (I did good, right?) - I'll eat watermelons from there. / - Good.
Banana. - Banana. / - Right. You moved around a lot. Banana? Okay. (He's careful not to wake up his dad.) He didn't want to wake me up. (Secretly entering the room) Dad. (Shushing her) (Shush) Let's be quiet. (Scratching) - Goodness. / - Oh, this? Banana milk? Banana milk. Were you talking about this? Yes. Banana milk. - Banana. / - Banana milk. - You found milk. / - Banana milk. He came in so quietly. Why is he so loud now? - We can both eat something. / - He's so excited. What should I eat? Should I drink the banana milk too? - No. Drink the juice. / - The juice? - I see. The banana milk is for her. / - Yes. - "It's mine." / - I'll do it for you. I'll open it for you. He's so kind. You open it and rip it? No. Don't rip it. Don't do that. Hold on, Hayoung. - There you go. / - He's the best. Drink it, Hayoung. The straw. Okay. (Yeonwoo gulps the juice after taking care of Hayoung.)
- Cheers. / - What did you say? - Cheers. / - Do you want to drink after that? - Yes. / - Okay. Hold on. All right. Cheers. (You're not supposed to rest) (when you drink something. Cheers.) (It tastes better after you do it.) (Farting) What was that sound? I farted. - What? You farted? / - Yes. - Someone farted? / - Yes. It was you? Yes. (She digests as soon as she drinks it.) - You farted, Hayoung? / - She digests her food well. She should get a compliment for that. (It's okay.) (Choking on the juice) Yeonwoo, what's wrong? - What's wrong? / - Her pronunciation is clear. - What's wrong? / - It's sour. You're going to ask what "sour" means, right? So it makes your tongue cringe. She wasn't going to ask. It's similar to tasting something spicy. (Like the food we had yesterday?) - Hold on. / - What's that? (He's having a spicy drink.) - Gosh. / - You still have some. - Yes, he has a bit left. / - Yeonwoo, let me see. (Yeonwoo drinks up the spicy juice.) - Gosh. / - She wanted a sip, but he finished. (He didn't hear her.) Look at this Hayoung.
(You finished the drink.) Hayoung is following Yeonwoo's example. She can check out the sour drink next time. (I'll just drink mine.) Dad. It's time to wake up now. - Dad. / - We should sit on him. Okay? You should sit on him too. Okay? Sit on him. (Like this?) He's riding you. - My gosh. / - Dad. Dad, play with us. Play with us. - Hayoung. / - This... Play with us. Okay. I'm not sleeping right now. Then, what are you doing? - I'm thinking. I'm meditating. / - Wake up, Dad. Wake up. Gosh. When the two of them come at me in the morning, I have no choice but to wake up. Dad, let's go and brush our teeth together. Let's go. (At last, their dad is up too.) Hayoung, let's go and brush our teeth. Okay. Brush my teeth. - Brush my teeth. / - Okay. (Reliable Yeonwoo can brush his teeth on his own.) - Yeonwoo can do it alone now. / - Brush your teeth. - Yeonwoo can do it alone now. / - Brush your teeth. (She looks at her dad.)
She's going to do it by herself? (Can she brush her teeth by herself too?) That's amazing, Hayoung. (She's not used to the taste of the toothpaste yet.) (But she still has fun brushing her teeth.) - Good. / - Show me your teeth. Show me your teeth. (Brushing her teeth with various facial expressions) - She's brushing all of them. / - Show me your teeth. She's doing a great job. Open your mouth. I'll do it myself. Hayoung will do it? She doesn't like it when I try to help her. (I do a good job all by myself, right?) (Meanwhile, Yeonwoo rinses his mouth.) (And he's done brushing his teeth.) Hayoung, rinse your mouth. - Rinse my mouth? / - Yes. (Slurping) Open. (Spitting out) - That's right. / - She spat it out. - She didn't swallow it. / - Open. - She's so good. / - Let's wash your face. (It's time to wash her face.) Close your eyes. Here it goes. (Trying to breathe) (Wiping her face quickly) That's it? Go to your brother. I'll wash my face too.
Hold on. You only wiped her face twice. But she still looks beautiful. (Hayoung drinks right after brushing her teeth.) She's drinking that right after brushing her teeth? (Hayoung drinks right after brushing her teeth.) (Before they realize it, it has stopped raining.) It stopped raining. Let's go on a walk. - To get some fresh air, / - Let's go. we went out for a quick walk. The sky looks beautiful. - The fog hangs down around the sky. / - Yes. - It's beautiful, right? / - Yes. I told you we must know our history - to know our future, right? / - Yes. It's "future" in English. "Fu..." What? - "Future." / - "Future." Then, how do you say history in English? - "History." / - That's right. That's right. What does that mean? She doesn't know that yet. When you go on trips, visiting historic places of - the town is quite meaningful too. / - Gosh. - Do you see the pagoda over there? / - Yes. My gosh, what is that? - The pagoda. / - What's interesting? - Let's count the floors. / - There're many things - to look at around our lodging. / - My gosh, a pagoda. It looks cozy. The pagoda looks cozy? - The pagoda. / - She said it feels cozy - when she sees something so tall. / - That's right. It's five-stories tall. Does it?
It's so picturesque. It's so picturesque. (It's like a painting.) - What's that tower called? / - Tower of Peace. It's huge. Hayoung won't be able to see it all at once. It's really cool. Look at the top. Look up there. Lift up your head. Lift up your head. (Why are you pouting?) - What do you see? / - Her mouth is coming out - from lifting up her head. / - What do you see? What do you see, Hayoung? There. She can't see it. (The Tower of Peace is too high for Do Mini.) - It must look endless. / - Yeonwoo. - Yes? / - Who made the Tower of Peace? A monk fought for the peace of our country. His name was Yujeong. This park was named after him. That's why the Tower of Peace is here. Exactly. - Yeonwoo. / - How did you know? He's such a smart cookie. You read so many books, so you look super smart and cool. Yes. (My brother is so smart.) Let's go. - Thanks to Two Ggoms, / - Let's go. this morning feels extra refreshing. Which family will welcome a sparkling morning? It's Park Ha Siblings.
(Crying) (Hajun is crying as if he's having a nightmare.) He's crying. Why is he crying? He must be having a bad dream. (When Sparkling Daddy holds him) He's calming down thanks to his dad holding him. (He's calming down thanks to Sparkling Daddy's hug.) Did you sleep deeply? Yes. (Half-asleep) (Hajun can't avoid getting the morning pinch.) Of course. - Got you. / - Got you. It's their trademark way of saying hello. Got you. (The father and son are having a sweet morning.) Here is the original "got you." Is Hayeon still sleeping? (Chewing) (She's sleeping again after spitting out her pacifier.) Her pacifier dropped. She's going back to sleep. How cute. (He's going straight to the uncles) (whom he hasn't seen in a while.) Welcome. He's their morning fairy. Hello. - Hello. / - He's saying good morning to every single uncle. - Hello. / - Hello. What are you shooting? I'm shooting you. Really? "Really?" (You're hard at work.) I'll give you juice.
(Hajun is serving juice to the uncles by himself.) Even juice? - I'm proud of him. / - What a good boy. (Tiptoeing) - He's so kind. / - I got it. Here. - Thank you. / - No problem. (He's visiting the second camera house.) Thank you. No problem. - No problem. / - He knows what to say. Thank you. Is he making deliveries to every house? - Thank you. / - No problem. Hajun, can you pull this off for me? (He can't take his hands off the camera.) - Okay. / - He has no hands. (The straw) Pull it off. (is not coming off.) It's hard to take off. It sometimes doesn't come off. I got it. He got it. Can you poke it in? - Me? / - Yes. He wants Hajun to put it in. Okay. (I'll try it.) How do I do this? The wrapper is hard to take off. Yes, it's hard. (Pressing!) It worked. - Did it work? / - It worked. It opened. I opened it. Poke it in. (This uncle is a handful.)
(He's being serious.) (Poking!) He did well. - He's so good / - Thank you. - even without his dad. / - No problem. Do you need anything else? - Do you need anything else? / - My goodness. - Not anymore. / - Okay. Thank you. (Hajun is so considerate.) She's sleeping with mom. (Stretching) She woke up. She woke up. (Wake up, mom.) (Rubbing) - Gosh. / - She's rubbing. She doesn't cry. (Hayeon is awake too.) I threw away the juice boxes the uncles drank. Did you give some juice to the uncles? Yes. (What are you all doing?) - Look who it is. / - Hayeon. Hayeon. Hayeon. Did you sleep well? (She has a cute hairstyle today.) She's so round and cute. - Did you sleep well? / - Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. (What shall we do to play today?) - Hajun. / - Yes? Did you sleep well, princess? - Yes. / - Got you. (Morning "got you") (One more time)
- Got you. / - I can't find it. This case. (My sister is so cute.) Hayeon. (She's answering him by flipping over.) - She flips over well. / - Hayeon. (This is a piece of cake!) Hayeon. - Hajun. When you were young, / - Yes? you'd cry when I go, Hajun! That's because I was a baby. Yes. But Hayeon smiles instead of crying. Watch. - Let's watch. / - Hayeon! - She loves it. / - She's smiling. She likes it. Hello, Hayeon. Good job. - Hello. / - Hello. - Good job. Hello, Hajun. / - She's using both hands. Hayeon. Hello? Hello? Good job. - Hello. / - Good job. She has so many talents now. You're good at waving. (Shall we watch a parade of her talents?) (Hello) (Dancing) My goodness. (Singing) How cute. It's true they grow up while they're sleeping. (Dancing) (Singing) How adorable.
(Did you eat?) Gosh. (Are you well?) She's using the corn as a phone. (Are you all right?) (You're working hard.) Gosh. Hayeon has a lot of facial expressions when she smiles. She's so cute. (Singing) Hayeon. Hello. - Good job. / - Hello. - Hajun. / - Yes? What do you want for breakfast? I want short rib patties. - "Short rib patties?" / - "Short rib patties?" (Short rib patties?) It's seven in the morning. He wants that first thing in the morning. Do they have it? They do. (Luckily they had frozen short rib patties.) He knew they had it at home. (He's adding other side dishes for a balanced diet.) Dad is using a food tray. Gosh. He prepared it so neatly. Thank you for the food. (I'll eat well too.) Mom is getting ready to leave. She's already dressed. (He's having some warm soup first.) (Dad will cool the hot short rib patty.) (Eating)
- These beans are really good. / - "Beans?" These are seeds. They're beans. Delicious beans. - "Delicious beans?" / - Yes, try it. These aren't seeds. (It tastes...) It's good, isn't it? They're beans in soy sauce. (Are those beans in soy sauce?) - She's curious. / - I bet. Did she finish eating? I'm eating liquids, so why is Hajun eating solids? She's curious. (Crawling) (She threw away the hair tie.) (I'm going to eat it!) (Just a little more!) Gosh. She's upset. She was almost there, mom. (My beans in soy sauce) Are you sad? (It's time for mom to leave.) Hand her to me and go. (It's time for mom to leave.) Give me. (Upset) Check how much baby food she has. If she only eats half, give her some milk right away. You have to do the dishes when she sleeps. Okay.
Hajun. Listen to Dad and have fun playing. Will you be back soon? I'll be back. Where are you going? Me? I'll go see a friend. Don't go. You'll stay with me, Hajun. No, mom... Mom, don't go. - Don't cry. / - What's with you, Hajun? (Mom's startled to see Hajun behave like this.) You're supposed to stay here. - He doesn't want her to go. / - She has to go. I have to leave. Gosh. Bye, mom. You're so good. Play well. Okay. - He didn't cry. / - See you later. - I'll be back. / - He's holding back his tears. Have fun and don't cry. (Mom left like that.) Gosh. (Only the three of them are left at home.) What's wrong, Hajun? I wanted to go with mom. Gosh. - That's how he felt. / - Did you want to go with her? So you wanted to go with her. Yes. I didn't know that. (Are you okay, Hajun?) I didn't know how you felt. I'm sorry. I'll apologize.
- Let's not cry. / - Okay. - Gosh. / - You didn't really know how I felt, right? (He's smiling fast for his dad.) Don't worry. Dad will have lots of fun with you. Shall we start our day? Let's go! (Park Ha Siblings are digesting in the living room.) What happened? - Her head is still heavy. / - Hamburger. Blueberry. (Crawling) She's good at crawling. - Gosh. / - She's really good at that now. (Hajun, play with me!) (She puts her arm on the sofa first.) - Gosh. Wait. / - She wants to play with the toys. Get on your knees. Gosh. (Struggling) Look at her legs shaking. - Look at her toes. / - Gosh. She's going to get up. (She was trying to hold onto it, but she dropped down.) It's hard. (Sparkling Daddy is done cleaning the kitchen.) - He's done. / - Hayeon. I think she's trying to get up. - I think she'll soon. / - Should we see if Hayeon - can get up? / - Yes. (Sparkling Daddy takes something out.) Just like that. I see. What's this? Hold it. What's that? (A while ago, when he put Hayeon down on the mat)
- I see. / - Did he drop her? Babies' heads are heavy. (I won't make the same mistake twice.) That's a cushion to protect her head. - It looks like a turtle. / - That's cute. - Mine had honeybee. / - Can you stand if you grab it? Hayeon, come here and stand up here. - Hayeon. / - Hayeon. Come here. (Should I go?) (Or should I not go?) Hajun, I need your help. (Calling Hajun for help) - Start. / - Go. Come here. - Come here. / - Come here. (Her dad and her brother cheer for her.) (Can Hayeon stand up?) - Come here. / - Come here. - She's coming. Come here. / - She's getting up. (Trying to get up) - She's so strong. / - Come here. - Come here. / - Okay. - You can do it. / - Okay. - Come here. / - She's almost there. - That's it. / - A bit more. (Using every ounce of her energy) Look how white the bottoms of her feet got. (Did she do it?) She's trying so hard. Her blood is gushing up. - Gosh. She did it. / - Yes. You can stand up. - Come here. / - She did it. - Good job. Well done. / - Gosh. - Good job. Well done. / - She did it all by herself. - She's amazing. / - You're on your feet. - She's amazing. / - Give her a round of applause. My gosh. Hayeon, you're the strongest. - Good job, Hayeon. / - Look at her toes. (You're getting pretty strong now.)
Hayeon, you should exercise. - Your mom said you must exercise. / - She'll do more? Do you think she can come through that? - Let's call her. / - Gosh. Come here. Call her to come here. Call her. Hayeon, come here. It's blocked here. Come. (It helps physical strength and gives a fulfillment.) Come here, Hayeon. She's coming. - Move back. / - She's coming. Come here, Hayeon. She's coming. - Move back. / - Nice. She's coming. Hayeon. - Move back. / - That was a nice start. She's coming. But it's blocked. Come here. Hayeon. It looks too difficult for her. (Where should I go?) She's thinking. - She's thinking. / - Come here. - She may be young. / - Rerouting the directions. - But we do these exercises / - Hayeon. to see their problem-solving abilities. She's going around. (But this part is blocked too.) She must be scared. (They adjust the difficulty level for Hayeon.) Right. Hayeon, toilet paper rolls aren't scary. (Really?) - I'll jump. / - Okay. Don't get hurt. (See? It's not scary at all.) He's good at jumping over them. - Hayeon won't come. / - She won't come. Hayeon, stay there. - Don't be scared. / - I see. He's making it easy
for Hayeon because she's not used to this. I think you can do it. - It's a toilet paper igloo now. / - She can do it. Let's see if she can get out. (What is this?) - Come on out. / - Come out here. (I want to play here.) Hayeon. Hayeon. Right here. - I see. Right. / - Come here. She has to get out once she sees the snack. - Come here. / - "Wait for me, snack." - Here comes Hayeon. / - Furniture. (Should I move the toilet paper?) She's putting it away one at a time. (After putting one away, she puts away another one.) (There's already a gap.) (Wait for me, snack.) (I'll eat you like this.) Come here. - Hayeon. / - But her dad isn't rushing her. - He's patient with her. / - Come here. (Whining) - She doesn't like it. Help her. / - Come here, Hayeon. Hayeon. Come here. - Come here. / - That's it. Yes. That's it. (She managed to escape.) - She did it. / - Well done. Nicely done. She's eating it. Good job. She's doing the jumperoo too? Jump, jump (The jumperoo helps) (the kids develop their leg muscles.) (How do I do this?)
- Jump. / - My goodness. - She's good. / - She's jumping. - She can jump. / - Jump, jump. Jump, jump, jump. - My goodness. / - Get ready, set, go! (Shall we get this party started?) - Jump, jump. / - She can stay with the rhythm. Hayeon. (Jump, jump) (This is so fun.) You're good at jumping! (The whole family is engrossed in jumping.) You're good. (The whole family is engrossed in jumping.) Hayeon, go. (How about jumping to his song this time?) (How about jumping to his song this time?) - We're running energetically / - Jump to his song. (Sparkling Daddy has a mini-concert just for Hayeon.) (Jumping) (Jumping) (Jumping) (Even if the biggest hardship) (Awaits me) Jump, jump. (You can do it, Hayeon.) (You can do it, Hayeon.) Jump, jump. One, two, three, four. Actually, he's the prince of trot. What? Is that the same guy? - Jump, jump. / - Well, you can be the prince outside, but at home, you're just a dad. They are all dads at home. Jump, jump.
Hajun, there's a great song for jumping. - Okay. / - Jump. Hayeon, get ready. Go. (Wait, that's...) (He becomes the frill-necked lizard) (of the trot singers.) (What's happening? My feet are moving on their own.) - ♪ It's hot ♪ / - Gosh. (Jumping together) (To exercise Hayeon's legs) His face isn't as puffy as before. (Thanks to you, I had a good workout.) She's sleepy. - She's sleepy? / - Yes. Sing a song, so Hayeon and I can have a nice nap. (Twinkle, twinkle, little star) (This pleasant melody is...) - Is this the version we know? / - What you are He learned that song from Jameon last week. (How I wonder what you are) This is a trot version of the song. Thank Hajun. (Thank you, Hajun.) I'll go sing her a song and put her to sleep. - Give me some time, Hajun. / - Okay. (Hajun is left all alone in the living room.) He's playing alone while he puts her to sleep? (Getting bored) All right. (And the trampoline which he loves) - It's not fun. / - Right. It's not fun when you play alone. He went to his room all by himself. "Do the construction work before you go."
"Okay. I'll do that." - The car... / - He has no one to play with. - How? / - My gosh. (Meanwhile, his dad is) - He sings "Shabang Shabang," / - He always sings it. (He's helping Hayeon sleep with a trot lullaby.) (Rocking her to sleep) He's good at putting her to sleep. (I'll be in dreamland for a while.) (Hajun was playing by himself.) Is he going to the room? What's going on? (All of a sudden, he goes to his dad.) Dad, is Hayeon sleeping? He's whispering not to wake her up. (Let's quietly leave the room.) When you put Hayeon to sleep, I forgot to tell you that I had to pee. - Did you pee? / - No. He was holding it when his dad was with Hayeon? - It's okay. / - Come. (Rushing) You had to pee when I was with Hayeon? - You couldn't tell me? / - No. I couldn't tell you. He's only four, but he's so mature. Hajun.
Hayeon is sleeping now. - Really? / - Yes. - Hello, Hajun. / - Hi. I'm Daddy. I'm Grampus. - Have you been well? / - Yes. How did you feel when I went to the bedroom to put Hayeon to sleep? It was so boring. - It was so boring? / - Yes. I couldn't tell you that I had to pee. - Why? Because I was with Hayeon? / - Yes. (Hajun didn't say anything for his dad and Hayeon.) - It must have been hard for you. / - Yes. I'm sorry that I had to be away - to help Hayeon go to sleep. / - Okay. Since I'm her big brother, I should protect her. - Gosh. / - You'll protect her as her brother? Yes. It's okay. I'm her big brother. Next time, I'll be with you, so you can tell me anything. - Okay. / - Hajun is so thoughtful. You're my favorite person, daddy. - My goodness. / - Really? - Yes. I love you. / - I love you. Hayeon has been sleeping soundly for an hour. It's about time that she wakes up. Can you imitate my singing? - Yes. / - How do I sing? Try, "Hayeon's dad." ♪ Dad ♪
Sing as loudly as you can to show how much you love me. ♪ Dad, I love you ♪ (Hajun's love for him resonates) (throughout the living room.) (Touched) - Come here. / - Why? Your singing should come from here. - He just said he loved you. / - Gosh. - Hey, man. / - Sing, "Hayeon." It's not, "Hayeon." It's "Hayeon." Sing with your head voice. (Flinching) Check where my voice is coming from. - ♪ Hayeon ♪ / - It's like he's a judge. He's an opera singer. - Where did it come from? / - From here to here. From here to here? - Like rainbow / - Then, you know what? Can you sing "Dead Drunk?" (Dead drunk) (I'm so drunk) - He's singing with his head voice. / - Well done. (Try this too.) (His head voice echoes) (throughout the whole neighborhood.) What? (It's an alarm that goes off when Hayeon is awake.) Hayeon is awake. (Who is calling me so desperately?) I can't believe him. (I slept well.)
When did Hayeon wake up? (Hayeon didn't even cry.) Hayeon. Did you sleep well, princess? Got you. (I slept well.) (Let's go outside and have fun.) My goodness. Jump, jump. Is she working out again? Both of you find it fun. Jump, jump. Hajun, shouldn't you be jumping instead of Hayeon? Hajun and Hayeon! Who is it? Hajun and Hayeon! Look. Hello. Welcome. - They are here. / - They are here. - They are here. / - Did someone come? Did they get guests? (Who visited the Park Ha Siblings?) - Hello, Hajun. / - Hello. Hello. - May we enter? / - Lani. - It's Uncle Hyunbin. / - The guests are Yoonji and Lani. They visited the place two years ago. They hang out often since they are relatives. (Four of them showed the chemistry of a real family.) Back then, Lani was four years old and Hajun was two years old.
They grew up a lot in two years. They must be happy to see each other. Give uncle a hug. Give me a hug because you love me. You... You missed me, right? - Yes. I missed you a lot. / - Wash up. Is it really hot outside? (He walks over to the aunt he missed.) - My goodness, Hajun. / - Why are you giving her a hug? - Thank you. / - Did you miss aunt Yoonji? Aunt Yoonji. - He walked over and gave me a hug. / - I know. I guess Hajun loves his aunt. - You grew up so much. / - Lani, Sparkling Uncle missed you! I love you. I love you. Have you been well? Hayeon is wondering what is going on. We forgot about Hayeon. Hayeon. She is stuck. - That's right. / - Hayeon. - She can't get out. / - That's right. (I am sorry, Hayeon.) All right. I will get you out. She is stuck. Oh, no. Yoonji, help me. - Hold the seat. / - Oh, no. - All right, Hayeon. / - Pull it out. - Should I pull it out? / - Yes. Hayeon, it's okay. All right. It's okay. She is upset.
- She is cute. / - Is she cute? Let's show her the presents we brought. We brought presents. Ta-da! (Which presents did Lani bring?) What did you bring? Hayeon, - don't get scared. / - What is it? It's a puppy. - She would love it. / - She is interested. She is interested. Hayeon, it's a princess dress. (Aunt, thank you.) (Meanwhile, Hajun and Lani) Got you. He is saying "Got you" to her. - It's a must at that place. / - He pinched my cheeks. - How do you do it? / - Got you. That's how you do it? Got you. This is how you do it. Got you. Lani, give it a try. Got you. - How cute! / - You are so cute. Her cheeks are chubby. Are her cheeks chubby? She finds Hayeon cute. (They become one with "Got you.") - What? / - You grew up so much. Lani, give me a present. - Where is my gift? / - It's rare to see an uncle demanding a gift from a niece. It can't be a puppy. What do you have for me? - I am embarrassed. / - You are? Dad, you like puppies. (What kind of a present is it?)
- Is there a present for me? / - I am the present. What? I am the present. You are the present. Is Lani your present? That's right. You are so nice. My puppies. - Let go. You can let go, right? / - What? Yes. How old is she? - She is nine months old. / - Really? She is different from Sowool. If Sowool was here... (Hayeon suddenly starts crying.) No, no. Look. It's your dad. Hayeon, don't cry. Lani is comforting her. An older girl is comforting her. (Patting) (What can I do for her?) I think something occurred to her. She heads over to the kitchen. (She heads over to the kitchen.) (I found it!) What's there? (Lani brings a sack.) What is that? She is bringing something big. - It's exhausting. / - Hayeon will love it. That's incredible. (What is it?) (Heave-ho) I was like her when I was little.
- My goodness. / - There is a hole. Rice puffs. Hayeon, it's a big bag of your favorite snack. (Will you give me that?) - Baby. / - Give some to Hayeon. Baby. (Careful) (She puts one in Hayeon's mouth.) She is eating well. Does she chew or suck? She doesn't have teeth yet. Does she suck then? She doesn't have teeth yet. so she sucks on her food. She melts it in her mouth. You are eating well. You are so cute. You are so cute. - I will feed her. / - Okay. (Yoonji tries feeding Hayeon.) Hayeon, open wide. (I love rice puffs.) She is happy. It's going in. She really likes you. She came to like me. (Food is the most effective way to become close!) (Meanwhile, Lani) (is cleaning up the floor.) Lani, don't eat those. Lani, there are new ones. She must be hungry. (I am hungry.) - Shouldn't Hayeon eat? / - I don't know. - Formula? How much? / - Yes. It's written over there. She must be hungry. I will make your formula.
5 spoonfuls. 160ml? - Okay. / - The bottom one? Which one should I use for hot water? - The short one. / - Yoonji is the expert. She will bring food. Baby, you must be hungry. Wait a minute. She will bring food. - There is no water. / - Is there no water? - Hajun, you need water. / - I need water. - She is multitasking. / - Here you go. She is making the baby food and getting him water. It's something I can't do. Here you go. Lani, help me. Hayeon's food. Food? I will run over for her food. Let's go! Lani, shake it. My goodness, Lani. Look at her hands go. She saw the food. My goodness. She will give you food. (She did the same for Hajun two years ago.) As she did the same for Hajun two years ago, she feeds Hayeon baby food. Hayeon looks comfortable. (Let's eat dinner now!) We will now play Catch the Noodles. Give me a round of applause! (Lani is unfamiliar with the voice he uses for gigs.) Please give me a round of applause.
- A round of applause! / - All right. Pick up your chopsticks. I will make the noodles go down the slide. As they slide down fast, - catch them with chopsticks, okay? / - Okay! "Dad, how do I look?" - How cute! / - When did she change? "I changed just now." (Does the costume look good on me?) - Let's begin. / - Are you ready? Enjoy the food. - Thank you for the food. / - Thank you for the food. - They're coming down. / - It'll train the hand muscles and increase concentration. It must be nice. - It's a good practice. / - Catch them and eat them. (Lani focuses because she is hungry.) She got the noodles. Sit when you eat. Stand up when you catch them. Lani is eating well. Hajun, the noodles are going down. Catch them. (How well can Hajun use chopsticks?) (My goodness.) (I am honing my chopstick skills.) Lani will give you food. Lani will give you food. "Thank you, Lani." - Tactile play. / - She takes good care of Hayeon. Dip the noodles in the sauce, Hajun
and Lani. - Hayeon, did you eat noodles too? / - "Yes." Hayeon. - Did you eat noodles too? / - "I had a strand." "I had a strand." (Lani picks up the bowl and drinks.) - She's eating well. / - How full is your stomach? You aren't full yet, are you? The noodles aren't the only dish. - Okay. / - Now, - Now... / - we will eat (Is there more?) some delicious meat. Give me a round of applause! (The next menu is the barbecue!) Hyunbin, look at this. Dirty? (I feel great.) - She is gurgling. / - Hayeon became close to Yoonji. - Dirty? / - She is so cute. - Hayeon. Dirty? / - Lani is so cute too. - Goodness. / - Dirty? Hayeon. Dirty? (I love you too, aunt!) (Meanwhile, the next dishes are cooked.) - Are those jumbo shrimps? / - It's cooked. Are those ribs? (Grilled tiger shrimp and ribs) He prepared the dishes children would love. I want to have a bite. I want to put it in a cup.
(He cuts the shrimp into bite-sized pieces.) Hajun, try the shrimp. (He puts it in his mouth.) Here you go. It must be delicious. (Yoonji takes a bite as well.) (I want to eat too.) - Is it good? / - Yes. (He blows on the rib so that it wouldn't be hot.) Here you go. Hold a rib each. (How do I eat it?) Dip it in the sauce. (Lani gives a demonstration in an experienced way.) He eats it well by copying Lani's technique. (I want to eat too.) - Let's grow up and gnaw on meat, / - Let's grow up. - okay? / - Let's grow bigger. Lani, how was it to meet Hayeon? It was nice. Are you talking or eating? She is talking while eating. (Amazed) She is eating meat like this. (I won't miss a single piece.) - She finished it. / - She eats with gusto. Lani is the deboning fairy. She is using her lower teeth. (The deboning fairy) (Satisfied) Please give it up to Lani. She became an older sister. - You are an older sister? / - It has been four months. Yoonji recently gave birth to her second child. That's right.
(She has a younger sister, Sowool.) Are you an older sister now? - She is doing so good. / - I am an older sister too. You are an older brother. (He is cute.) Lani, as an older sister, you should cherish and look after your sibling and - listen to mom. / - She is more focused on eating. You should also enjoy gnawing on ribs. - Okay. / - Okay. - She's eating so well. / - I hear her gnaw on meat. - I can hear it. / - It was hard to cook those ribs. I will bring Sowool the next time, okay? Playing together made the day twice as fun. (Being together made the day twice as fun.) Are William and Bentley ready to play by any chance? It's comfortable to lie down. It's very nice. Let's keep lying down. - My goodness. / - It's very nice. (They are full of love even in the morning.) They are full of love even in the morning. - Baby. / - Yes? Shall I do something fun? Something fun? What will he do? Jump, jump, jump, jump! - It's the best in the morning. / - Jump, jump, jump! What are you doing? Isn't it fun? It isn't fun. I thought they wanted to keep lying down. He is jumping so many times.
- Lie down! / - Bentley doesn't like it. - It looks like / - My goodness. - Bentley wants to rest. / - Lie down. No! Bentley wants him to lie down, but... Their opinions are clashing. Bang! I can't hear you. (Joking around) Lie down! William! Lie down! (I have no choice but to make you lie down.) - My goodness. / - My goodness. Bentley used force to make him lie down. I know. If you do that, wolves will come. Bentley is afraid of wolves these days. (I am a wolf!) I am scared. "I am scared." You are? Baby, are you scared of wolves? My goodness. That's a meaningful smile. There is a wolf! I am scared! - It became dark. / - Oh, no. William. What will we do if wolves come? He thinks wolves will come when it's dark. - Oh, no. / - They won't come. (They won't come.) What if they come? What if they come?
I won't look. - What is he doing? / - I won't look. I am scared. Is he covering his eyes with his foot? He is using his foot instead of his hand. Why are you covering your eyes with your foot? Hurry up and turn on the light. (Hurry up and turn on the light, William.) He's giving a kiss so that he'd turn on the light. - I am begging you. / - Okay. He has no choice but to turn it on. I am scared. All right. When Bentley asks so nicely, he has no choice but to turn it on. (He gave me a kiss, after all.) They are so lovely. (Baby, are you okay?) I am scared. - I am scared. / - It was a prank. It's okay. Dad is outside. Aren't... Aren't... Aren't you scared? No. - Won't wolves come? / - No. The wolves won't come? - The wolves won't come? / - William is by his side. - Hey, I turned on the light. / - Wolves won't come. (William is the best.) (Bentley, where are you going?) - Where is he going? / - Where is he going? The restroom. He turned on the light by himself.
I turned on the light so that I wouldn't be scared. - He is worried about the wolves. / - The wolves. Is Baby washing his hands? (He becomes mischievous again.) - Yes! Yes! Yes! / - William! Yes! Yes! - Yes! Yes! / - Don't do that, William. Yes! Yes! (Dark) I am scared. (I will run away!) - Why did you do that? / - "Why did you do that?" I am washing my hands. With toothpaste? (He won't turn off the light again, will he?) He is worried that William will do it again. (Did you think it was over?) No! You rascal! He is angry. (Bentley comes after him!) My goodness. Bentley has had enough. (William quickly runs to the bed!) (Running around) (Bang!) (I can do it too!) (Bang!) Now... (Bang!) Neither one of them are backing off. (They are evenly matched.) It's neck-and-neck. Their throats will go hoarse. (Bentley and William have a shouting match.) (After a shouting match, he throws a pillow.) My goodness. Oh, no.
Baby, we are wrestling. - Let's wrestle. / - Wrestle! (William and Bentley are energetic) (even in the morning.) Let's wrestle. That's how brothers are when they are only a year apart. (The real-life brothers) (It's no fun to play inside the room.) (William and Bentley come out to the living room.) Sam came out. - They will get scolded. / - Why are you guys so loud? (Here comes Will Lee.) Will Lee. (Take Will Lee's attack!) Ouch. Give me that. That was weak. Watch me. (Expectant) (Shouting) (Shouting) After starring in a drama, his acting skills are improving by the day. I want to try it too. - Can you do it? / - Yes. Try it. (Here comes Ben Lee.) (Shouting) (Shouting) You are the scariest. - Look at his eyes. / - There is determination in them. (He charges forward with a shout!) Sam dodged. He is the type to subdue his opponents with a shout. I want to use the toy too. That flimsy toy is making the three of them play. - I got... / - My goodness.
- I got... / - My goodness. - My goodness. / - I got... (Slipping) My goodness. He slipped while he was playing. - He is laughing. / - Yes. (I am laughing even though it hurts.) Are you okay? (It's my turn to play with the toy.) What? (The toy disappeared.) (I refuse to have it taken away.) Hold on. Who will pick it up first? (Now is my chance!) At the same time... (They grab at the same time!) (Bentley tries to take it!) Bentley is as strong as his brother. (I am the next Bruce Lee!) What will happen? I will pull it! Neither one of them want to let go. Neither one of them want to back off. Bentley isn't losing. (What will be the result?) My goodness. (Bentley got the toy in his hands in the end.) Bentley got the toy in his hands in the end. (William is disheartened.) I wish Bentley weren't at home. I wish I were the only one... - I wish Bentley weren't at home. / - Oh, no.
(I wish I were the only one...) I wish Bentley weren't at home. I wish I were the only one - who lives with mom and dad. / - My goodness. He heard William. He heard William. My goodness. Bentley must be upset. (I want to be alone.) (How could he say that?) (How could he say that?) Sit down. You shouldn't say that. He is your brother. You don't get along with him at times, but you must live with him and be considerate of him. You must learn to do that. Sam is explaining it to William. (Will and Ben must be considerate of each other.) You can play together. You have played with it. See? - Ben came out. / - Ben came out. He gave William the toy. Ben, come here. Come here. (Pouting) - He is pouting. / - He gave William the toy. I am sullen. See? He understood your words. You need to tell him that you didn't mean what you said. That's right. A parent needs to act - as a mediator. / - No! No! My goodness.
No! Bentley is sullen. No! Bentley needs time to think. No. I will be alone. - What? / - His feelings are hurt. I want to be alone. Do you want to be alone? (Staring) (Bentley, I am sorry.) William feels bad. Baby, don't cry. That's right. - I said those words / - He goes to Ben. because you kept playing with the toy. William felt bad, so he went and apologized. (Is that what happened?) (They give each other a hug to make up.) They are adorable. I love you. - Look. / - He said, "I love you." - "I love you." / - Promise you'll never say that you wish someone was gone. Okay? I'm so upset mommy isn't here. I miss mom. - You miss mom? / - As he's made up, he misses his mom. - Then... / - I want to see grandma too. - What? / - Grandma. You want to see grandma? I want to see grandpa in the sky.
You want to see flying grandpa? Who's the flying grandpa? - In the sky. / - No, he means... Oh, you miss grandpa who's up in the sky? His grandpa who passed away... How did you know that he's up in the sky? Grand... (Well, that's..) (William and Bentley only saw him in the photos.) Right. He only saw his grandpa in the photos. - You got a call from someone. / - Hello. - My gosh. / - Who is it? (It's grandma Nana Bentley wanted to see.) - It's their grandma in Australia. / - My darlings. Hi, Nana. And you've grown into such big boys now. - Big boy. / - "Big boy." Yes. How are you doing? I'm locked in my house. I can't go out. Why are you at home? - Because of COVID-19. / - Goodness. - The government says / - Things are the same there. we must stay home. - Goodness. / - I can't go to get food. It's tough on everyone. - I can't go to the doctor, / - I hope it's over so - and I can't go and do exercise. / - they can meet. I can't see anyone. I can't have any visitors. Grandma must be bored.
Right. Dance for Nana. (He shows his guitar dance.) My gosh, he's putting up a special performance for his grandmother who's stuck at home. (Then he shows Will Lee.) He's showing Will Lee as well. My goodness. That's Bruce Lee. She could tell? (William is showing all the talents he has.) That's a kangaroo. A boxing kangaroo. He's doing his best for grandma. He's so sweet. (They didn't get to meet grandma on her birthday,) (so he's singing the birthday song for her now.) (Happy birthday to you) I really hope they get to meet on her next birthday. - I'm going to send you chocolates. / - Come here. Thank you, Nana. And Vegemite for Bentley. - Nana will send you Vegemite. / - Bentley loves that. - Ben. / - Thank you. You said you like Vegemite. Vegemite. I miss you. - I miss you too. / - I miss you so much. Once the situation gets better,
I'll go to Australia. (With all their heart,) - Gosh, he can talk in English. / - He talks so well. (they send her a kiss.) I love you, Nana. (I love you, Nana.) - "I love you, Nana." / - I'll talk to you later. Bye. - Bye. Look after yourself, mom. / - Bye. (Stay healthy, grandma.) - So this is... / - Sam is preparing something. - What is that? / - Where did I put it? Hello. - Dad. / - Yes. What are you doing? You'll be really surprised when you see this. - This is / - Is it food? - for William and Ben. / - It's a piece of paper. I prepared this for you. - What is it? / - Is it food? No, it's not. It's not food? Let's see how well you'll behave and how many good jobs - you'll do. / - Good jobs? It's a compliment sticker board. To help them develop good habits, using compliment stickers is the best way. - Right. / - They'll learn that they need to work hard to get something they want,
and they'll also get a sense of accomplishment. - Above all, they get complimented, / - Right. so it's like killing three birds with one stone. When you do a good deed, you get a purple sticker. And aim to get ten of them. - Ten? / - If you do ten good deeds, you'll get a really nice gift. A gift? - Oh, my gosh. / - Yes, a gift. - What kind of gift? / - William, you too... A toy? - A toy? / - It could be. I won't tell you what the gift is. Oh, no. I'm so curious. I'm curious too. I'll go and clean my room now. That's right. Kids take action right away. It works really well. It's effective immediately. Kids who would never clean their room... They are taking initiative and cleaning. (Are they doing a good job?) Sam has a big smile on his face. Baby, aren't I so fast? He really is so good. (He doesn't miss a little thing.) I think this is worth a sticker, Sam. - It's perfect. / - Dad. I cleaned my room. - One and two. / - Yes. - Three and four. / - No, just one.
Here comes a grape. (Here comes a grape.) William got one sticker. That's his first. - Congratulations. / - I got one. (He's so excited.) - He's so excited. / - Now. (Bentley rushes somewhere.) Dad, look. That's right. Bentley saw what William did. Are you putting it in the bin? When dad is watching him, - he puts the trash in the bin. / - That's right. Kids at that age just throw trash anywhere on the floor. He did a great job. Congratulations. You got a sticker. A grape. - Where should this go? / - I'll do it. (Stomping) - Do you want this? / - Yes. (His eyes are fixed on the compliment sticker.) (Give it to me now.) He's stomping. Look at his hands. A grape is here. (He earned his first compliment sticker.) Great job. (He gives a high-five excitedly.) - I want more grape stickers. / - He wants more. What will he do? I'm going to make my bed. He's going to make his bed. - He's making his bed. / - Is this how mom did? It's not easy to be a good boy.
It must have been tough for them to do this every day. (It makes him respect his parents.) This is how he thinks - about his parents. / - I'll be good to them. - It's like killing seven birds. / - I'll go up here, - This is great. / - Unfold it. And unfold this. Like this. (He spreads the sheet nicely.) Oh, yes! It's like a hotel bed. Yes, I did it! (He shows how happy he is.) I'll put it on. - Done. / - Yes. - He has two already? / - Yes. (You're doing great.) I still want more. That's right. There must be more good deeds I can do. - He wants to get ten today. / - It's so messy here. (William is strongly motivated to do a good deed.) - He's taking initiative. / - I can collect stickers quickly. (He organizes the shoes.) (He replaces the toilet roll.) Oh, my goodness. I saw how he did this. He's so meticulous. - He's doing a perfect job. / - I think I'm too good. He's sorting out the recyclable waste. This isn't easy to do. I have one, two, three, four, five, six, and seven stickers. Now he has three more to go. Ben has to do it if William does it. Where can I find something to do? Can you get me some water?
Water. He's fetching water. Water. Here. ♪ Massage, massage ♪ - ♪ Massage, massage ♪ / - ♪ Massage, massage ♪ With his tiny hands... He's even vacuuming? What else is there? (Bentley is helping Sam with house chores.) - He's cleaning so well. / - I'm cleaning this. He's brushing his teeth well. This is something that you should compliment him for. Brushing by himself, I mean. (They've collected many compliment stickers already.) Guys, this is harder than I thought. (They call him as soon as he gets out of the bathroom.) Dad, I did another good deed. (They call him when he's resting.) In case you get angry... Come to think of it, - Dad has to do a lot of things. / - Is this okay? - He has to compliment many times. / - That's right. - I'll be in my room. / - He's a little exhausted. - "Dad." / - Okay. Call me after doing a lot of good deeds. - "After doing a lot." / - Oh, my gosh. He wants to settle things at once. (What is this?) (Looking) What is it? Why did dad leave this here? - The grapes. / - The sticker? (William rushes somewhere.) Where is he taking it? (Where are you going all of a sudden?) Bentley is eating snacks. I want to put this on my board.
How many are these? - How many are there? / - Three? I can get my gift if I put these - on my board. / - He'll get a gift with three more. One, two, three. (What is William up to?) And Bentley saw this from behind. (He's observing William.) (He hides it hurriedly.) - My gosh. / - Goodness. - Oh, my gosh. / - What are you doing? Nothing. (He didn't see it, did he?) Can I have a snack? William is trying to change the subject. Not the one you were eating. I want a new one. But... (But...) What else can we do to get a sticker? You spilled crumbs everywhere. Clean it up. - That's right. / - Thank you, William. - That counts as a good deed. / - No problem. (Bentley went out to get wet wipes.) (This is my chance.) (Surprised) (Did Bentley see it?)
He didn't see it. - Bentley didn't see it. / - He missed it. (He takes the compliment sticker secretly.) This is your chance. - My gosh. / - He took it with him. (What's wrong with him?) The stickers... This is it. I'll put these here. (Bentley is cleaning the room thoroughly.) Wash, wash. Thankfully, Bentley is too busy cleaning. (Why are they so quiet?) Sam came out of this room. What? What is it? Sam spotted something strange. Hang on a minute. What did he do? Ben, William. Come here. Why? Why? (Why?) Close your eyes. I think the stickers slipped out of my hands earlier. - Did any of you by any chance / - Oh, no. pick it up and stick it on the board? I want you to raise your hand if you did that. He's going to get down to the bottom of this. (Honest) (Curious) Gosh, William. - What? / - He's so honest. Are you sure it's you? Ben, why do you have so many stickers? - What? / - Ben's too? What? Why are they on Bentley's board? You picked up dad's stickers, didn't you?
You put them on your board, right? No, I didn't. (Part 2 of The Return of Superman will resume shortly.)
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