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(KBS Studio) (Is a new family joining The Return of Superman?) (This person is sensible enough to shut the door.) I can see well. Let me pull out the chair for you. No, it's fine. (Embarrassed) - You don't have to. / - Gosh, how embarrassing. It'll be fine. (Meet anchor Kim Soyoung) (Oh Sangjin and Kim Soyoung) (tied the knot April of last year.) (They're well-known for being lovebirds.) (Just watching them makes you happy.) (They are the new narrators of the show.) (However, unlike their reputation,) (they seem awkward.) They're going to be so cute. It's our first time in a studio together. I know. We've never done it like this. (Please formally greet our viewers.) Hello, I'm Oh Sangjin, and I've been married for a year. Hello, I'm Kim Soyoung. (Looking awkward again) This is how it works, right? (How adorable.) Why? Are you discontent with something? Not at all. (Chuckling) (Did anything change after getting married?) After I got married... I'm a lot more... How should I say it?
Are you going to speak ill of me? I feel a lot more secure. Nothing changed drastically. I cook as I always have. I clean as always and do the laundry as always except it's double the workload now. (The workload doubled since there are two of them.) Instead of eating her mother's food, she eats what I cook now. - It's pretty much the same for me. / - That's all. (Do you watch and enjoy The Return of Superman?) - Yes, of course. / - I've always been a fan. - Right. / - From the start actually. I've always loved The Return of Superman. He's not called Daebak these days. - It's Sian. / - He's older now. - I really like him. / - He's adorable. Their family is so big. - I envy that a bit. / - Right. (Shall we go meet the five siblings now?) They're so cute. It's quiet. Please keep sleeping. (That's my wish.) (This brief break is as sweet as honey.) Daddy. - He's awake. / - The day begins. Is he always that energetic in the morning? He's the son of a soccer player. Are you awake? Hey, Sian. Where are you going? - Let's do this. / - What is that?
- I want to toss the ball. / - Okay. Stand right there and get ready. (It's Korean studies.) Aim well. Make sure not to hit me. Toss it. (Tossing) (Sticking) - What is this? / - Banana? Have you memorized them all? - Yes. / - Since when? How about this one? I think you might know this one. - A chick. / - That's correct. You know so many words now. Have you played this a lot? - What is this? / - How about "The Ocean"? "Learning Basic Korean". I read that on the tablet. The what? - I saw it on the tablet. / - The tablet? Your generation is so fast. - Hey, Sian. / - Yes? You studied a lot with this, right? (Even studying is done on tablets nowadays.) Where is the pig? You got it. Look. What's next? - Watermelon. / - Watermelon. (Sian steadily solves each question.) That's correct. What's next? (Donggook tries harder.) Towel. You know them all, Sian. You've done so well. Take a look. Sian, how is studying with me? It's fun. It's fun studying Korean with you too.
If I had stuff like this when I was young... It's tiring. (He exhausted his energy.) What's hard? Studying? My battery is getting drained. (He was at it for quite some time.) Your battery is getting drained? (Sian needs a recharge.) Since your battery is getting drained, I'll recharge it for you, okay? Open your eyes wide. Open wide. Good. Open your eyes wide. - Like this? / - Okay, here it comes. (This scene seems familiar.) (It's a famous scene from "The Greatest Love".) Recharge. (A recharging kiss) Here it comes. (Donggook and Sian will try this scene?) (He closes his eyes automatically.) (Is the recharging complete?) (He wipes away the saliva.) My battery is getting drained. You wiped your lips. You can't do that. Your battery is getting drained, right? I'm all recharged now. The Return of Superman, episode 227. "Which Star Are You From?" - Good morning, Dad. / - Dad. - Come over here. / - Good morning. Good morning. Give me a kiss. (Love abounds first thing in the morning.) Let's go.
I'm bored. Are you? A friend of mine wants to meet you guys. Who? Uncle Dongwook? What? - From that drama. / - It's not Dongwook. Incorrect. It's not him. (Disappointed) He's a very good singer. He's also very fit. Is he muscular? Yes, he is because he's very active. Is he more muscular than you? Yes. Hold on. Is he bigger than our house? - No. / - Aren't we going outside to meet him? No. He speaks Chinese very well. - Chinese? / - Is he from China? Right, can you guys speak Chinese? (Counting in Chinese) (It gradually turns into Korean.) Seola, you're good at Chinese. Hello. He's good at speaking Chinese. Is he handsome? Why do you ask? You'll be shooting hearts from your eyes again. Your eyes will be quivering and everything.
I'm right, aren't I? That's what you do when handsome uncles visit. (How can they be so happy?) Let's dress up. To look good in front of our guest? (Headbanging happily) Dress time. You can choose, girls. Okay. - Lee trio, are you ready? / - Yes. Step out one person at a time, okay? You can begin. (They hold a fashion show before the welcoming.) Hey, Seola. How pretty are you trying to look? (I'm pretty.) Next person. What's with you? (The next participant broods in.) Hey, Sua. (Sua shows off her unique fashion sense.) You are Sua, right? You should at least show your face. Is it my turn now? Yes. You're next, Sian. Who are you? It's Thor. (The ground quakes as he makes his entrance.) You're Thor. (Sian, the god of thunder) How scary. Are you going to intimidate our guest? Sian, that hammer is very strong.
(Powerful) - Our guest... / - Try holding this. (Exaggerating) How did you carry this? It's so heavy. He's acting. I want to try something like that. You can carry that? I can't. Girls, try holding it. Try it. Gosh. (Gosh, it's heavy.) (He stumbles and falls.) (Sian pretends like all is fine.) Only Sian can carry that. (Are you happy, little brother?) We sure have great chemistry. Sian just toys around with it with his pinky. It's time for our guest to arrive. I want to hide and surprise him. Okay, go hide. He's almost here. I'll hide here, Dad. I'll hide here. Sure, go ahead. (Ringing) He's here. - Hello. / - Welcome. - What did you bring so much? / - It's nothing. It's for the kids. I made them. We can't see you, Sian. They're all hiding right now.
(He is...) - He's a handsome uncle. / - It's Hwang Chiyeul. It's Hwang Chiyeul. The girls will be happy. I dined with Donggook once along with an acquaintance. I mentioned wishing to meet his kids sometime, but the timing never worked out between us. Today happened to suit both of us well. So I came to visit them with joy. - They're all hiding. / - Really? - They're hiding in there. / - Where are you? I don't see your fingers, Sian. (Sian's fingers are not visible only to himself.) - Where did Sian go? / - I can't see his fingers. Where did the kids go? The weather is so nice. It's fantastic. Hello. (While pretending to look outside, he finds one.) There you are. Hi, there. I found one of them. - Who else? / - You found one. - Where are they? / - Where are they? Where are they? I found the princess. Sit over here. Where is the last one? I really can't find him. Just leave Sian be. Should we just leave him?
(Ta-da!) I knew it. Oh, it's Thor. - How cute. / - Sit over here. Girls, don't you want to know his name? - I'm curious. / - His name is... My name is Hwang - Chiyeul. / - Chiyeul. (She gazes at him.) I see hearts shooting from your eyes. Ask him questions if you're curious. You all know that song, right? Remember the song you were taught earlier? That's Uncle Chiyeul's song. - You know my song? / - ♪ The song I hear everyday ♪ ♪ The song I hear everyday ♪ She emphasized the note in the middle of the verse. - She's good. / - ♪ The song I hear everyday ♪ Sian's on a different level. Try singing too, Uncle. Should I sing too? ("A Daily Song", the original version) (Turning away) (After making him sing, they fidget about.) - Hey, Uncle's singing. / - ♪ Makes me think of you ♪ (Smiling doesn't always signal happiness.) He doesn't sing in small places like this. - Really? / - Yes. He's very famous.
You know the song "Baby Shark", right? - I know. / - They do. - ♪ Is swimming along ♪ / - ♪ Is swimming along ♪ ♪ Cutely swimming along ♪ - ♪ Swimming along the ocean ♪ / - ♪ Swimming along ♪ ♪ The baby shark is swimming along ♪ We're the same when it comes to children's songs. Whether it's you singing or myself, - Right. / - there's no difference. It's quite strange. (You can't sing children's songs emotionally.) ♪ Cutely swimming along ♪ That sounds strange. It's pleasant to hear, though. - Hey! / - From a kid's standpoint. From their perspective... This is our everyday life, Chiyeul. They're kids after all. They're all like this. I need to go warm-up. I'll be okay. I'm used to kids. Hold this. (It's the hammer test.) (It's over-the-top Hollywood action.) Sian, help me. Thank you so much. You're adjusting perfectly to their level. Thank you, Sian. That hurt. Daddy needs to go warm up. Are you going to give Uncle Chiyeul a hard time or not? - We won't. / - Right? You can't give him a hard time, okay?
I see hearts shooting out from your eyes, girls. Chiyeul, I'll see you later. I'll contact you on my way back. - It's only a few hours. / - That's fine. Have a good one. Okay. They just want me to leave. - Red Light, Green Light. / - Sure, let's play. I'll start. I'm it. Let's begin. Here I go. Red light, green light. - Red light, green light. / - I moved. Okay, give me your pinky. You have to save me, okay? - Here we go. / - Save me. (Smacking) (They're already close. He is well-liked.) - Can you hug us all? / - All three? Of course. - Me, too. / - Okay. Sian, come here. I can hug all of you. (Lifting) Hey, Sian. Sian. - Are you tired? / - No. - I think you are. / - I'm not. What does that word even mean? Do you think you can hold two daughters? Sure, I'll develop muscles on my arms meticulously. I don't think it'll be easy. I sure can. I go to the gym religiously these days. (I'll trust you.) - You're not heavy at all. / - What?
(Here I come!) That looks fun. (It is a full-body workout.) Hey, Sian. Thanks. (Sua hands him a towel.) Maybe I don't exercise enough. Let's do this! (Chiyeul has become their real uncle.) What is that? Blanket sledding. What? Blanket sledding? - Okay. / - Pull us. Here we go. Here we go. (How exciting!) - This is so much fun. / - Isn't this fast? (Spinning around) (I'm not tired just yet.) I'm not tired yet. - One more time, please. / - One more time. - Again? / - Yes. Here we go. (He goes one more time for the trio.) (Spinning around) One more time! (Uncle Chiyeul has reached his limit.) I'm very hot right now. Let me get water first. Come. Come over here, kids. (He remembers someone all of a sudden.) There's a reason why Donggook is so fit. - Bring the blanket! / - He's really fit. (Good work, Uncle.)
Thank you. Come here, kids. Sit down here. I have something for you kids. I brought gifts. What they are is a secret. You will be surprised. (The bag is quite large.) Close your eyes. Have you closed them? I see you opening your eyes, Seola. - What could they be? / - All right. I'll show you. Don't open your eyes while I get them ready. You can't open your eyes. They're not ready yet. (They are very curious.) Don't open your eyes. - What is it? / - Don't open your eyes. What is it? You can open them now. (Finally!) You can open them now. (What did Chiyeul bring?) - I've seen Carrie using this before. / - Right? (The day before he went to meet them) Seola, Sua, and Sian, hello. I'll be making you guys something special. While I was thinking of what to get you guys, I remembered jelly. You can play with and eat them all you want
without having to worry about getting tooth decay. Wait for me, kids. I'll show you. Watch. I'll show you. Watch. (They are very excited.) When I pour this, - it'll be shaped. / - Like a Lego block. That's right. Here it goes. - Here it goes. / - It'll be a block. Oh, no. This isn't going to work. (Frozen) Are you sure this is jelly? I guess it needed more gelatin. - It's grape flavored. / - Fail. I have one more. This one will be a success. - You failed. / - Watch this. I have one more. I had a feeling that I'd fail, so I made a few more. (How sensible of you.) Ta-da. Let's go. Let's go! (You should succeed this time, Uncle!) - A toy man. / - Here it comes. - Here it comes. / - Okay. - Please make it work. / - Please. (It's a success!) - Hey, you can't touch it. / - Watch, Sian. (The jelly is destroyed within two seconds.) Oh, no! You took his head off. You took his head off!
(She is busy tasting the jelly.) - Strawberry flavor. / - The arm. - It's good. / - Is it? I took the arm off. - It's our first time. / - Eat the arm, Sian. Do you like it? (Sian seems disappointed about the block.) There's one more. - There's one more. / - Really? (He prepared a secret weapon.) The last one. The hidden card. (The hidden card finale is being revealed.) This is the last one, so go pray on the sofa. Please let us succeed. Please. Will we succeed, Sian? I think it'll be good. You think so? All right. Here we go. Your prayers have been answered. - Yes. / - Do you want it? - Three, two, one. / - Three, two, one. (How will it turn out?) - One. / - One. (Why isn't this coming out?) - I think it's hardened. / - Is it? (His arms are in a hurry.) Hit this with me, Sian. (They knock together.) It worked. (A great success!) (Wow!) It's plump. - It's a bit hardened. / - Look at this.
Did you really make this, Uncle? Yes, I did. Let's evaluate it. Seola, how many points out of 10? Of everything I've made, how many points out of 10? - Eight points. / - Eight points. That's pretty high. - 100 points for me. / - 100? - 20 points. / - 800 points for me. - 20 points. / - More points for me. I'm so happy. I'm pretty cool, right? Thank you. But Dad will get mad because of the mess. Why? I'll clean up. There you go. You're good at this. Hey, Seola. I'm sorry. You couldn't even eat this. It's okay nonetheless. - That's because... / - You're so nice. Give me a plate. I'll finish it up. - I'll finish it up. / - Over there. There you go. Hey, Sian. Are you okay? (I'll help too.) You're so good, Sian. Why did I do this? (He eventually collapses.) Hey, Uncle.
What's wrong? I'll recharge you with a kiss. You'll recharge me? (Kissing) I'm recharged! I'll go get changed. I'm recharged now. (Feeling proud) (Cleaning up diligently) (The living room is all clean again.) All done. I'm finished. (The cleaning is done!) I was told earlier that my arms would ache. That's what Donggook told me. But the love they gave made me forget the fatigue. I actually didn't feel all that tired. It was fascinating for me too. (Groaning) What is that sound? (A mysterious sound fills the house.) What's going on? (I can't nap at all.) What's that sound? (Seungjae looks for the source.) This hurts. (Who is making the sound?) Gosh. Seungjae? I got hurt. (It was Dad.) I hurt my arm. (What happened to Jiyong's arm?) I got hurt while exercising. They said a cast was necessary for three days.
I hurt my arm. (Seungjae doesn't seem to believe him.) How did you hurt your arm, Daddy? I fell down while exercising. - You fell like this? / - Yes. Feel it. Goodness. (Scoffing) - Does it hurt? / - It hurts a lot. This hurts. (Is he really in pain?) (Whimpering) (He is trying hard to open the bottle.) (He eventually gives up.) (He made the injured hand get even worse.) - Does it hurt a lot? / - Yes. Isn't it fake? I'm really hurt. Look. (Seungjae suddenly looks serious.) (Suddenly, he begins to cry.) - Oh, no. / - Oh, no. (Flabbergasted) What's wrong? Come here. Come here, Seungjae. Why are you crying when I'm the one who's hurt? Do you not like me being in pain? Oh, no. He's serious. (He's moved.) He's crying because his dad is hurting. - You should've been careful. / - Oh, no.
He should hurry and tell him it'll be taken off soon. I can still use my left hand. (Looking intently) But you can't use your right hand. True. I can't use it today. But I can use my left hand. (Don't worry, Seungjae. Daddy is okay.) Right? But you can't cook. Cook? We can go out and eat. We don't have money. You dropped your wallet. (He dropped his wallet while pedaling.) (That is how he lost his wallet.) (Seungjae remembers almost starving to death.) (I can't believe he remembers that.) Because I dropped my wallet into the sea? I bought another one. What if you drop it again? I won't go near the water. But you can't play with me. - What do you mean? / - You can't be a four-legged animal. I can be a meerkat. I can't be a lion, but I can be a meerkat.
- How about a boar? / - It'll be hard to be him. He is four-legged too. Meerkats have two legs. They hop around like this. (Hopping) I can't be a four-legged animal today. I can walk on two, though. (I'll be your two-legged animal.) - But Dad, your arm... / - Stop crying. You're having a hard time. I'm okay. You just need to help me. What? If I do everything, you won't hurt anymore? No, I won't hurt if you do everything. Help me brush my teeth and wash my face. - His expression changed. / - Yes. Help me brush my teeth and wash my face. If you brush your teeth and wash your face, will you feel better? (Dad, believe in me.) (Serious) I will use your toothpaste. Your toothpaste. (He squeezes Seungjae's toothpaste.) (His toothbrush is ready.) (He wets it with water) (and sticks it in Jiyong's mouth.)
(The germs will die today.) Your toothpaste tastes good. (His hand moves with more force.) (He fails to control his strength.) (He scratches Jiyong's gum.) (Flinching) Are you doing this on purpose? (Smiling) Please help me wash my face. - Wash your face? / - Yes. (He wets his hands with water.) (Spike) (Is he playing around?) - Where is the soap? / - It's right here. (Soap!) You need to wet it to make foam. He even uses soap. He's doing everything for his dad who's hurt. Yes, he is. (He throws it on Jiyong's face.) Goodness. - Is he doing laundry? / - Wait a minute. Is he doing laundry? Now put the soap down and massage my face. (Shall I begin to massage your face?) (It's like making techno music.) (He massages up and down excitedly.) (Then he moves his hands in circle.) My eyes! Soap went into my eyes! (It's not the end of the world.) A little bit more.
Please rinse my eyes. (He does his best until the end.) There you go. All done. (I used up all my energy.) (He is in tatters.) (It looks like his mind is blank.) Seungjae, please bring me water. (He runs over into the kitchen.) - This one? / - Yes. Seungjae, please open it for me since I can't use my other hand. (He opens it and gives it to Jiyong.) (I'm impressed.) (Coughing) (What's wrong with Dad?) (He feels bad.) (Without a word,) (Seungjae pats his dad's back.) (Punching) (Please stay healthy for a long time.) Dad, did you eat? No, I didn't. I can't eat in this state. Do you want me to cook for you? - Can you cook? / - Yes. Go ahead and set the table. I'll eat what you make. (Look forward to Seungjae's meal.) Really? How will he cook? (He gets rice,)
(which is most important to Koreans.) Seungjae, why did you get medicine? (Medicine and rice since he's hurt?) (He adds dried laver for flavors.) (Seungjae is busier than ever in the kitchen.) I think we will see something amazing. It's ready. Come and look. (The meal Seungjae made is ready.) (Should I try it?) (Hesitant) Dad, here is your meal. (Seungjae brought out soju.) This is... (She bursts out laughing.) This is... Eat this. Rice, dried laver and soju. (I'm a patient.) You want me to drink? Drink if you get thirsty from eating rice. I should drink if I get thirsty from eating rice? (Thank you for your effort.) It's a depressing meal, Seungjae. - I will pour you a drink. / - No, no. (Drink if you are depressed.) No, no. It's okay. I will pour you a drink. I can't drink because I'm hurt. (Depressed) (In that case,) (I will recite the multiplication table.) (He is reciting the two times table.)
2 times 7 is 14. 3 times 9 is 27. Why did you suddenly go to the three times table? Why did you suddenly go to the three times table? You only memorized the words, right? Do you know what three times nine means? (That's...) What is it? - Something expensive. / - No, it's not. (I will give you the three times table.) (He memorized it well.) 2 times 7 is 14. (He is accurate, though.) Goodness. (He always ends with "3 times 9 is 27.") 3 times 9 is 27. (Applause) Do you know anything else than that? - No. / - You know only two and three times tables? - Yes. / - Good job. - Seungjae. / - Here. Thank you for your consideration. Since I can't cook, let's go out and eat. - Okay? / - Okay. (Jiyong and Seungjae come out to eat.) What do you want to eat? Do you want pho and spring rolls? - We had them before. / - Yes. Let's go eat that. (They go to a pho restaurant.) We have been here.
Yes, we have been here. Is it him? Say hello to him. - Hello. / - Hello. He knows Seungjae from kindergarten. I think I saw you at the kindergarten. I see. He goes to your kindergarten. He goes to your kindergarten. (It's embarrassing to meet outside.) (Hello!) What would you like to order? Please give us pho and spring rolls. What are spring rolls? Rolls. They are tasty. Blow your nose. Mr. Ko, you hurt your arm. - How did that happen? / - I fell down. You should have been more careful. We came to dine out since I can't cook. Seungjae, how will he hold you with that arm? It will heal if I listen to him. Did you listen to him? I listened to him. That must be why his arm healed a little bit. (The dishes are served.) Thank you. (Colorful fillings) (and rice paper) - This is spring roll? / - I'll explain how to eat it. This is how you make a roll. If you put rice paper in water, it will become soft enough to make a roll.
(Then you add various ingredients.) This is how you make a roll. This is a spring roll. This is how you eat it. (He eats it in one bite.) (It tastes great.) Can you do it? Do you want to try it? (How will I make a spring roll?) I guess you can't make it since you're a baby. (What? A baby?) He is five years old. - He was looked down on. / - He was called a baby. His dad hurt his pride. My baby is five years old. Maybe he'll be able to do it when he becomes six. (He steels himself.) - I will give it a try. / - Give it a try. - I can do it. / - Okay. Spin it around and soak all of it. (I'm not a baby!) (The baby is flustered.) (What is this?) Let's try again. The bowl is too small. You don't have to use force. Just soak it softly. Spin it around. There you go. All right. It's wet. Is it wet? It doesn't look like it's wet enough. It's like uncooked rice. Goodness, he is making a roll. Go ahead. (I will make a roll now.)
(He rolls up the rice paper with his small hands.) (The big boy's roll is ready.) Give it a try. (He eats like a big boy.) Is it tasty? (I wonder who made this roll.) (It's tasty!) Is it great? I'll eat a piece of meat now. (Meat is the best.) (I will show you the best eating show!) (Jiyong is struggling with his chopsticks.) (It's sad.) Seungjae. I can't do it with my left hand. (The sadness of the right-handed man) (Don't be sad. Seungjae will help.) A little bit of carrot. A little bit of this. (Rolling) (Go ahead and eat it.) Dip it in the sauce. - Dip it. / - Okay. (He's sloppy.) Is that for me? Thank you. (It's delicious nonetheless.) Dad, get better soon. Okay. I will do that. Will you get better soon if you eat a lot? I will if I eat a lot. (Then eat one more roll.) (Eating)
(Aren't my rolls the best?) I will go wash my hand. Wait here for me. (When Jiyong leaves,) (he feels love for his dad more strongly.) Dad likes coriander. Please give us more coriander. Dad likes chili too. Chili. That looks spicy. That's too much. Healthy mushroom. I will roll it nicely. It's time to set it nicely. (Be healthy.) (It's perfect!) Dad, eat this. (He gives it to Jiyong right away.) You want me to eat it? Did you make this? Yes. Thank you, Seungjae. (He enjoys) (the spring roll.) (His mouth is on fire.) (He added spicy love to the spring roll.) (His mouth is on fire as well.) (Grimacing) (Glaring) You made it spicy on purpose, right? Chili is good for your health. How many chilies did you add?
(I added this much of chilies.) It's so spicy, Seungjae. I added a lot so that you will get better soon. I think I will get better soon. (His son's love might make him sicker.) Is your arm better? - Not yet. / - Why is that? (The Hammington family has a peaceful morning.) (William and Bentley are watching TV.) (Hello.) (This is fun.) (William, my head is too heavy.) (Let me lean on you.) (Comfortable) (Is Sam making baby formula?) (It's not baby formula.) (He rinses his sinuses.) (His refreshed sinuses cheer him up.) (Wriggling) I want candy! (Let's start the day energetically.) (I was watching TV. You're disturbing.) What is it? Don't you like sitting next to William? (That's not it.) (William and Bentley get along well) (despite Sam's misunderstanding.) (Bentley rolls over with a morning kiss.) (Bentley smiles.)
Thank you. Look at Ben. Gosh. What is he doing? (Floundering) Doesn't it look like he is swimming? (Is he getting ready to go to the pool already?) Ben. Dad, water. (I want to go swimming.) Do you want to go swimming? Yes. Do you want to ride the airplane? Yes. - Do you want to see Grandma? / - Yes. - How about Granny? / - Yes. Do you want to be a basketball player? Yes. Do you want to be a lawyer? Yes. Do you want to give me money? (He sings instead of answering.) (Did you sing just now?) Why won't you answer? (He deflects the situation by singing.) Hold on. Stop, stop, stop! (Bentley is in danger.) Stop, stop, stop! Goodness. (Is he okay?) Are you okay? (He doesn't even cry.) (My brother is all grown up.) (Sam showers Ben with kisses.) (Let me kiss him too.) Do you want to kiss him as well?
Ben grew up a lot, right? Let's see how tall you are. Lie down. Oh, my gosh. William is tall, right? (Please continue to grow well.) Stay with Bentley. I will make food for you. (Bentley, play with me.) Play with Bentley. Okay. How will you play with him? (I'll play with him while lying down.) (He goes to prepare breakfast.) (Bentley lies down next to William.) (He stretches his legs.) He is holding out. - They won't come down. / - He will set the record. A little bit more. 11 seconds. It's the best record of his life. He is beginning to support his own weight. (I'm hungry after working out.) - Bentley. / - This is... - Do you want food? / - How can I... (Give me food.) It's food for Bentley. Sam is good at making simple meals. Will you be able to cook well later on? - Me? / - Yes.
I always cook for you. This morning, he made bulgogi. The day before yesterday, he made dakgalbi. They were delicious. The dishes not only looked good, they also tasted like my mom's dishes. I learned how to make Korean and Western dishes. I will feed you. (He shakes his head) (and he eats.) William, use a fork. (William can eat) (by himself.) (My brother is amazing.) Gosh, you are greedy. (He eats with enthusiasm.) All right. I'm sorry. (It's so tasty.) Here you go. (It's so tasty.) William. My goodness. It's dirty. Don't do that. (I'm still hungry.) Dad. Use the fork. Use the fork like this. (What do I need to do to eat?) Use it like this. (Sucking) Hey, hey. It's not a straw. (I want to eat food.) Suck on the other end.
(Sam tries to help.) (He doesn't want to use a spoon.) Do you want to drink it? (Bottoms up.) Excuse me. (Don't eat it. Use it on your skin.) Excuse me. Is it good? Yes. Oh, is it good? Yes. Is it that good? (He spills the food in a blink.) My goodness. (Sucking) My goodness. - William, you used to eat like this. / - I know. (When William was a baby) (When Sam wasn't nearby,) (he would put baby food all over his face.) (Sucking) You can't eat like this when you go out to eat with me and your mom. (It's obvious that they are brothers.) (It looks like he will eat his own fist.) (Is Ben licking the tray?) You have a big appetite. (Both William and Bentley lick the tray.) William, give Bentley a hat. (Is he sitting up by himself?) (My goodness.) (He falls over with a shout.)
It's hard to sit up, right? William, look at the baby. (Swaying) (His head is still heavy.) Don't hurt your head. (He needs to practice sitting up.) Will this work? (Is that a blanket?) There must be a better way. (He folds the blanket) Bentley, let's do this. (and ties a doll around Bentley.) (Ta-da!) Bentley, you became Luke Skywalker. Luke Skywalker put Yoda on his back. Gosh. Bentley. (He gives Yoda a piggyback ride.) (It's nice.) When William was young, I bought everything because I didn't know what was needed. Now that I have Bentley, I developed know-how. I can now use what I have at home to suit my needs. That's good. (What's the use of the doll?) (It prevents Bentley from hitting his head.) It's nice. Bentley, sit up. Even if he falls backward, - it acts as a cushion. / - It acts as a cushion. (What does he bring with the background music?)
Me! Me! What? William, do you remember this? Do you remember this? Come here. Hello, Sian. (It was used by Sian.) Take a look around. (Then it was passed down to William.) (William used it when he was a baby.) Look at your brother. (Ben boards the historic walker.) Bentley, I removed the mat for you. Go on and drive. Go to William. - William. Baby. / - Baby. Baby, come here. Ben. Baby. Say it louder. Baby. (Bentley starts moving his feet.) Let's go. Let's go. Let's go. (Wait for me, William. I'm on my way.) Mr. Driver, we are waiting. Please hurry up. Let's go. Shall we go together? (Bumping) There was an accident. I think there was an accident. William, do you want to go and help the baby? Yes. Help the baby so that he can come here. He needs to come here. (William skillfully gets the walker out.)
Come here. Come to Dad. Come, William. Hurry up. The baby is coming. Gosh, the baby is coming. Clap for him! (Bentley uses the walker for the first time.) High-five. (They high-five in happiness.) - Didn't he do a good job? / - Yes. (My brother did a good job.) - Again. / - Shall we do it again? Hurry up. (Bentley's walker begins to move again.) Come here. Come here. You are doing well. The baby is doing well, right? Come here. Come here. (He stamps his feet.) (He keeps eye contact with William.) Come here. Come here. (He gives a thumbs-up in front of Ben's nose.) (William and Bentley get along well.) (Bentley falls asleep after driving the walker.) I need to sterilize the baby bottle teats. Please collect the baby bottles and bring them to me. (Sam asks his eldest son for help.) (Here is one.) (I drank out of it.) Thank you. There is one more. William is big enough to run errands for his dad.
- He's all grown up. / - He is a big boy. Thank you. (The eldest son helps out with chores.) - Thank you. / - Okay. (He sterilizes the baby bottles.) (Sam became an expert housekeeper.) I'm done. (A town at the foot of the mountain) It's a town at the foot of the mountain. (is filled with sunlight.) I heard it's in Seoul. It's a nice neighborhood. Which family lives in that house? (When you enter the house with the green roof,) (you see unique figurines.) (I'm sure I'm cuter.) (Hello, I'm Bandal.) (The next room is filled with musical equipment.) (Professional) (Who is the special Superman?) (They hear an impressive humming sound.) She can sing very well. Do you hear that vibration? Who is she? (She has girly pigtails.) The way she hums is on a different level.
(Dropping) (Is she a novice mom?) There is the child! She's waddling. (Small and cute) (Good morning.) - Whose daughter is she? / - You are awake! Eun, I will make breakfast. Play here. Play here, okay? (Is her name Eun?) (Patting) (Good morning, penguin.) Dad? (Staring) (It's not Dad.) (Goodness.) (I see a lot of uncles I haven't seen before.) (Hello, everyone.) (Wriggling) (She is a fairy with a bright smile.) (This is Eun.) (She looks like) (an axolotl.) (Are they twins?) (Maybe) (she is Baby Groot?) (She has many look-alikes and musical instruments.) (Playing)
(Welcome to Eun's morning recital.) (I like keyboard.) (That's not the sound I want.) (She chooses a tune.) (She plays the keyboard passionately.) (Surprised) That sounds cool. (She switches to the ukulele.) (It needs to be tuned.) (Will she play a violin this time?) (Toy musical instruments continue to pour out.) (She is an expert musician.) (She plays with the beat.) (Humming is her specialty.) (Musical baby) - How cute! / - Whose daughter is she? She resembles someone. - Of course she does. / - She resembles someone. Who does she resemble? She is really cute, but I have no idea who she is. - Honey. / - We will see her husband. We need to prepare Eun's breakfast. Who is her husband? (Is Dad awake?) - I must know who he is. / - Is he a cool musician?
(Excited to find out) (Natural man, Cho Jungchi) They look alike. (Natural man, Cho Jungchi) (It's musician Cho Jungchi) What were you up to? Were you composing? (She dances to the rhythm to welcome her dad.) (If Jungchi is her dad,) (then her mom is Jungin.) Is it fun? Hello, it's nice to meet you. I'm the mother of 14-month-old Cho Eun and a singer, Jungin. Hello. I'm Eun's dad and a guitarist, Cho Jungchi. It's nice to meet you. (A guitarist and a singer couple) They are friends as well as lovers. After dating each other for 10 years, they tied the knot in 2013. (They got married at Mount Jiri.) In February last year, Eun, who resembles her dad, was born into the world after four years of marriage. (She is as cute as a doll.) (Despite resembling her dad, she is pretty.) (She is 15-month-old Cho Eun.) Newborn babies
are wrinkly. Men are often surprised and say that they aren't pretty. But I fell in love at first sight when she was born. I fell in love at first sight, and it was game over. I've never had such thought in my 40 years of life, but I began to hope that everything will go well. I want that for my family as well as my country. I want everything to go well with the world because Eun will be a part of it. He used to live in despair, but he began to have hope. I feel like I'm playing a game of raising Cho Jungchi as I live with him. At first, he didn't have much. Then I saw him build his career as a guitarist. After marriage, he became more capable as a husband.
Then I gave birth and he became a loving dad. I leveled up with a big mission of having a child. I'm at the highest level. That's a rash judgment. You are right. I'm sorry. Being pregnant and taking care of Eun for 14 months kept Jungin away from her music for about two years. It gave her a thirst. I want to give her some time to focus on her music even if it's short. (Hello, food.) (It's time to enjoy tasty breakfast.) Enjoy your food. - She wants food. / - You want food. - She wants food. / - Open wide. It's tasty. (Eun also thinks it's tasty.) (Eun likes broccoli.) (She claps because it's tasty.) Let's eat more rice. Clap! (When she finds the food tasty,)
(she shows her cuteness.) - Right now? / - Yes. (Staring) Really? Okay. (I want to eat faster.) Give it to her later. (Jungchi is very slow.) I don't think she will need it now. (Come on.) All right. All right. Sometimes you chew fast, and sometimes you chew slowly. That's why my timing was off. Do you want rice? Open wide. Open wide. (Give me the water quickly.) Eun. You make it look like I didn't give you water. That's what you're known for. Are you proud? You'll eat with Dad, right? (She's a bossy baby, and he's her secretary.) - Take good care of him. / - What? You should ask me to take care of her. Your dad is a pitiful man. My gosh, I'm so worried. (Are you upset, Mom?) - What will I do? / - What? Leaving you two... What are you doing? I'm so worried. You're making me worry too. You're making me worry.
But when I went to Pyongyang, you two managed without me. ("Jungin Opens the Concert in Pyongyang") ("Uphill" Garners Attention in the North") (She's a proud mother who sang) (on South Korea's behalf in Pyongyang.) I got to perform with the best singers. (He took a video of her on the news.) - Seriously. / - Mom? - Mom? / - But then, - your mother helped me. / - There you go. That's why it wasn't that hard. - That time... / - Right. She was with you. She helped me with everything. It's my first time taking care of her - This is your first time. / - for two days by myself. My gosh. Take good care of your dad, Eun. You'll be nice to him, right? She doesn't know anything. You just look pitiful. You really do. Eun, you'll get along with Dad, right? High-five. Be nice to Dad. (In that case, just trust me, Mom.) Give me one too. Let's have fun. - High-five. / - I'm feeling better. - Have fun with her. / - What? (Challenge, Win Eun Over) I'm Ultraman!
(She avoids eye contact and gets quiet.) (Barking) You know what that is, right? (It's Eun's elephant seal.) He looks just like that. (Should I laugh at that? She's flustered.) I'm underwater now. Eun. Eun. She laughed. (It worked.) (He does a rerun since he's moved.) (He looks uglier.) She's laughing again. (Goodness, that's hilarious.) (He successfully makes her laugh.) She's laughing. (To her dad who worked hard to make her laugh,) (she eats her meal herself.) (She's a promising eating show host.) (I have to make sure I clap too.) (She finishes her meal diligently.) She's done. Look at these. Look. You'll look so cute. You'll wear one too. All right. It's on. - She looks pretty. / - Isn't it on? - Are you done? / - She looks nice. - She looks pretty. / - You look cute. That's pretty. She looks great with that. (Mom and I have the same pigtails.) - Come here. / - Look. You still take after me. - Let's put this on you. / - Right. - Why don't you wear them? / - You don't want to?
(She wears her dad's item, the glasses.) - She's so cute. / - She looks adorable. No way, you're the spitting image of him. - She's cute. / - All right. This. - One, two, three. / - Three. How does she look? How does she look? - Does she look like me? / - She's so cute. She looks like me. - Goodness. Look, Eun. / - You look just like him. Goodness, she's a cutie. Oh, my. - Look at her pose. / - She even struck a pose. She does resemble her father. That's the immutable law for the first daughter. That's so true. I wonder why, though. She looks just like her dad. If we have a girl, she'll resemble you. - That makes me happy. / - It does? I like it. She looks so pretty. Eun. Give me a kiss. Give me a kiss. - No, Eun. / - Why don't you kiss him? - I'll give you a kiss. / - Eun. Give me a kiss. Give me a kiss, please. Give me a kiss. (She stops eating her snack.) - My gosh. / - She kissed you. It's because of your beard. - Show the cameraman. / - Are you supposed to be popular? (The cameraman shows his cheek to Eun.) (Will Eun give the cameraman a kiss?)
(Kissing) - Oh, dear. / - She kissed him. - She really did? / - It looked so natural. She was smiling too. It's because of your beard. (Giggling) Did you... Did you smile? Hey, hey! Cho Eun. This is really annoying me. How could you be so happy? Fine. Fine, I'll shave my beard. Get ready. (It's time to say goodbye to her mother.) Eun, give me a kiss. (He's clingy.) The weather is great. Go out today. - Okay. / - Make a lot of memories. - Say goodbye. / - Bye. I'll make her mine. Sure. (He starts shaving his beard for Eun.) I do look unpresentable to be on TV. I should shave. (There's already) (a pioneer when it came to shaving.) (Clip of him shaving became a commercial.) (I'll apply) (the soap too.) Isn't it the same as shaving cream? Where should I start to look cool? (He carefully starts shaving.)
If I get a Lincoln-style beard, it wouldn't be in the way when Eun kisses me. Don't I look like Lincoln? (He's complimenting himself.) (This man of nature shaves with high hopes.) Eun. (He shows her his new look.) Eun. Eun. Something is gone, right? (The thing he always had is gone?) It's gone. It's not prickly anymore, right? You can give me a kiss, right? My chin feels different. It changed. Is it still prickly? The short hair can be prickly. It can be. Give me a kiss. (You'll kiss me this time, right?) Give me a kiss. (Kissing) Thank you. (Eun's kiss excites this father.) (He's bothering her.) (My gosh, Dad.) (She pinches to punish him.) Hold on. Eun. (This chic baby knows how to dial things down.) (A new house we haven't seen before) Whose house is this? I think this family likes to cook. I see a lot of ingredients.
(Is this a new family's house?) (Ringing) Someone is here. Hold on. Come here, Manok. Yes, come on in. (There's a girl running out.) Come back here. (The guest of this house is...) - Hello. / - Hello. - Come back here. / - Hi. Hello, William. (Hello, Sam.) Manok, say hello to William. I'm scared of the dog. The dog is over there. The dog isn't scary. Manok, you became so pretty. - Hello. / - My gosh, thank you. Hello, Bentley. Wow, Manok. Say hello to Bentley. Tell him you like him. Give him a kiss. (By the way, who are the man and the girl?) Now that Bentley started eating baby food, he eats a lot. That's why I'm getting a bit ambitious. I want to keep trying to cook tastier food. One of my friends is really good at cooking. I want to learn from him. (Chang Jinwoo) (He's a chef and an entrepreneur.)
(This famous chef even has a street named after him.) (After he married an art director two years ago,) (they gave birth to this cute girl, Manok.) (She's an 18-month-old princess with pigtails.) William got so much bigger. Manok grew a lot too. - She's pretty. / - Right. She's cute, isn't she? - Give me a high-five. / - Give him a high-five. (Let's be friends.) Manok, give him a high-five. - High-five. William? / - High-five. - Give one to William. / - High-five Manok. (It's nice to meet you, buddy.) (Feeling shy) - Shake her hands. / - Tell him you like him. - Give him a kiss. / - Give her a kiss. (They do everything even though they're shy.) - Good job. Good job. / - Bentley. - Say hello. / - This is Bentley. He's a baby. Isn't he cute? Right? Isn't he cute? - He resembles William. / - I know. Manok, isn't he cute? - You can't do that. / - You're cute. Her real name is Manok? Yes, it's Chang Manok. The Hong Kong actress. - I see. Maggie Cheung? / - Yes. Her name would be Manok in Korean.
- Yes, it's Chang Manok. / - Dad. - Really? / - Yes. - Dad. / - Yes? (Dad, there's a puppy here.) - A puppy. / - The puppy? - The puppy... / - Bear. - The pup is here. / - There's the puppy. The pup comes out when we call? (He courageously shows his affection to Bear.) Do you like the puppy? - You wanted to kiss him? / - Did you want to do that? You were scared of the puppy. - Exactly. / - You're not scared now? - You're not consistent. / - You're happy. - It's not scary. / - It's not scary. You're turning. Bentley is so happy. He's so cute. He's not bad. You're not bad, right? (William is entering the kitchen.) (Manok goes wherever William goes.) (Struggling) (They're a couple of fridge burglars.) (Gosh, I'm stuck.) (Hey, that's ice cream.) (Manok is going for the eggs.) (Rushing) - Eggs? / - What is this? (Goodness.) (Look, we have ice cream too.) William, where did you get that?
William, is this your house? - Is it for Manok? / - Here. - It's so good! / - Great. You eat well. Is it good? Is it good? - It's good. / - Do you have more? (If you like it, have another bite.) Is it good? (He can't help but give it a thumbs-up.) Good. (It's like a vanilla festival in my mouth.) Is it good? - It's gone. / - Open up your mouth. William, you have to share. (Ice cream is the best when eaten with hands.) (Give me more.) I want a daughter. - You want a daughter? / - Yes. (Are you eating alone?) He just doesn't stay still. He's so active. (She is staring at the spoon.) William, give some to Manok. Share it. I'm not sure what he does when I'm not around. (Startled) You're greedy. You can't eat by yourself. It's good, right? (That's exactly my point.) You want some too, right Manok? (She finally got another bite.) Isn't it so much better when you share? - It melts. / - Yes, that. - Is it good? / - Yes. (Her voice reminds us of a cartoon character.) (She sounds just like a cartoon character.) (Minioks)
(That's why) (Manok's babbling is unique as well.) Does Bentley eat well? He doesn't eat a lot yet. Did you make your own baby food? My wife cooks a lot. Frankly, chefs don't cook at home. That's what I heard. I guess Manok got to try many different foods. Manok is very healthy. - She's never fallen sick. / - Really? She never had to go to the hospital. As for baby food... There are many super foods. - Banana is one of them. / - That's right. Pumpkins and sweet potatoes too. They're good carbohydrate that are sweet. Just think about good diet foods to make baby food with. It's almost the same. Carrots. (Steamed carrots) Rice. (Soaked rice) Bananas. (Bananas) (Just blend them together and boil.) Pour it in.
(Just blend them together and boil.) It smells good. I should make delicious rice balls for Manok and William. Rice balls. They love the penguin character. It's easier to make than you think. Just put it in. Just make it round like his face. I'm making the penguin. Carrots. (While the penguin is coming to life...) (Sweet) (This looks familiar.) (This time, he's going on a slide.) (Wait for me.) (Zooming) (Squealing) (That was so much fun!) Manok. Manok. (Slipping) Are you hurt? (I'm fine, everyone!) (Good job, Manok.) (Penguin rice ball is finally ready.) William, what is this? (She welcomes it with open arms.) Penguin. Here we go, here we go. (He doesn't hesitate to take it apart.) William, let's eat the eggs. I'm going to eat it.
(The penguin is disappearing.) It is gone. You're eating the penguin. Penguin eggs. (This time, he eats the cheeks.) (This is too cruel.) What happened to him? He's hurt. - That's right. / - He's hurt. - He's hurt. / - We hurt him. - He eats very well. / - Yes. He loves rice balls. (Proud) - Ta-da. / - How cute. Shall I have a bite? (How does it taste?) It's really delicious. (How will Bentley like it?) (He's going straight for it.) Baby. The baby is eating. - Here. / - Is it good, Bentley? It has carrots and bananas, but it's tastier than I thought. You can use broth instead of water. You can use meat or vegetable broth. Many people do that. I'll visit your restaurant with William and Bentley. Yes. Come and eat with Manok. Okay. Let's go. (The five siblings are out at a park.) (Swaying) Move your bottoms.
You're good at this. Move your bottoms. Move your bottoms. This is very tiring. Seola is really good at all kinds of sports. - Sian, hurry up. / - Sian, hurry up. Move your bottoms. Sian, move your bottoms. Go like this. Move your bottoms. (He's only moving his shoulders.) Here. Keep going. Move your bottoms. I'll show you how to ride it. Go like this. (He's demonstrating it for Sian.) Do you think you can ride it like this? You have to wiggle your bottoms. - That's mine. / - Move your bottoms. That's it. Follow the rhythm. Show everyone what you can do. (This is pretty fun.) You're good. Great. Look. Look at Seola. Princess Seola! Parking. (Even her parking is perfect.) Let's see who can reach the boat first. Let's beat Seola. (Let's work on it together.) Here we go. The first person to touch that marble wins, okay?
- Okay! / - Are you ready? - Yes. / - Seola... Ask Seola and Sua who they think will win. Who do you think will win? - Me! / - Me! Who do you think will win? Seola. (Seola, of course.) You should say that we'll win. - Are you ready? Let's go. / - Okay. Ready, set, go. (Seola is ahead.) Let's go. No, no. I'm going to win! I'm going to win. (Seola and Sua are fighting for first place.) We have to go a little faster. Let's go. No. (Without much surprise,) (Seola wins.) Seola is first. Seola. Sua is second place. (Sua is second.) - I'm third. / - We're third. - We're third. / - Yes! (They got third place, but they're the happiest.) Let's ride a boat. Do you want to go ride a boat? (It's time to ride a boat now.)
Which one do you want to ride, Sian? - Which one? / - Umbrella. The one with the red umbrellas? - No. / - The round boat. - The round one? / - I want the white one. - White one? / - I want the yellow one. Okay, then. Seola... I want the yellow one. Why don't you two ride on the round boat? - Sian and I will ride the red boat. / - Okay. Could you ride this with them? Guys, get on. I'll help you. Let's get on. (Sian will ride with Chiyeul.) (They board the boat with umbrellas.) It's going to be so much fun. Here we go. (The staff is riding with the twins.) - Here we go. / - Here we go. (Seola and Sua take off.) Hello. Our boat is a lot more fun. Our boat is so much more fun. Sian, there is a shark below you. Look below. (A shark?) (Clenching) Where? Look below! You can see water underneath.
You can see below. - Right? / - Yes. Don't worry. Do you trust me? (You're the best.) - Are you having fun? / - It's so much fun. You're not scared since I'm here, right? Uncle, go faster. Uncle, hurry! Please go faster! We should go faster too. Let's go. (Let's go, Sian.) (Chiyeul will do anything for Sian.) (It's fun.) (He's breathless.) Are you tired? (How can you be tired?) My pants are all wet. I'll buy you a new pair. (A pair of pants is nothing.) I'll earn a lot of money and buy you many new ones. Thank you. I'll be waiting for that day. Will you help me recharge if I get tired? (Who will console him when he's tired?) I'm recharging you.
(I'll recharge you with a heart.) Sian, here's a heart. I'll recharge you. Uncle Chiyeul is so much fun. What did you say? (What did you say, Sian?) I love you. You love me? (Chiyeul's heart just skipped a beat.) - How much? / - A lot. - Sleep over at our place. / - Should I sleep over? - Yes. / - Do you want me to? (Moved) Where did Uncle Chiyeul and Sian go? Did Sian go eat something delicious without me? Come on. Of course, he wouldn't. Sian would take us no matter what. No. Sian can't - ever lie. / - No. Where did they go? (The umbrella boat got back first.) Seola and Sua aren't here yet. Let's go somewhere cool. Shall we? Shall we get a drink? Okay, let's go. - Is it the same? / - Yes. Uncle Chiyeul, do you have a girlfriend?
Why are you asking me something painful? I don't have one. (I'm sad that I don't have one.) Must I hear this from you too? Do you have a girlfriend? My girlfriend was Minchae, but not anymore. Then who is it now? She likes Siwoon. (He met Siwoon on Minchae's birthday.) (Minchae only played with Siwoon.) (Hey, where are they going?) Minchae. - Oh, no. / - It's an immutable law. The person I like is never interested in me. He's only five, but he already felt the pains of love. (He has a broken heart at the age of five.) How heartbreaking. There are good days and there are bad days. Gosh. Have a drink. Here you go. Cheers. Cheers. Cheer up. (Why does this milk taste so bitter?) It's okay. It's normal. I still like Minchae the most. You have a pure love.
(Sian's pure love sounds sadder on a spring day.) I love her purely. (He is spending a lonely spring.) I knew this would happen. I knew you would do this. You caught us. (He covers Sua's mouth with a corndog.) I'll make you something delicious at home. What? (He can do anything!) - Let's go home. Go, go. / - Go, go. Can you draw the ocean on this paper? - Why? / - It's your homework. If you draw it, I'll do something to it. - What will you do? / - You'll be so surprised. Okay? Go draw it with Sian. - Okay. / - Draw the ocean. I want to help you. Do you want to help me? Can you do it? - Yes. / - Okay. Are you good at cooking? I'm a very bad cook, but I'll do my best to cook for you guys. What are you making? I'll make sea creatures. (He's making sea creatures.) What are sea creatures?
Which do you like the most out of your sea friends? I like crabs. - Crabs? / - Yes. I'll make one for you. I'm a terrible cook. However, I wanted to do something for them. Since I'm a bad cook, I should be creative at least. If it's entertaining, they'll eat it. Please wait a moment, sir. What is it? It's a crab. Crab. (Is he making a crab out of bread?) Look. (It's a crab.) - Isn't it cool? / - Is it magic? - Is it cool? / - Yes. Can you make me an octopus too? A fish too. - It's fish. / - It's fish. You're a magician. Am I a magician? I like you the most out of all the uncles. I'm so moved. I'm moved. - Uncle, we're finished. / - I drew this. - I drew it. / - Are you done already? This is great. Who drew this one?
I drew it. - Is this the ocean? / - Yes. You really drew just the ocean. Come here. (On top of the drawing,) (he arranges the sea creatures.) What a great idea. - They'll love it. / - Come here. It's finished. Sian. (It's a fun dish by Uncle Chiyeul.) I want to eat it. What do you think about my artwork? He made it out of rice balls and sausages. - It's pretty. / - Is it? Chiyeul is really good at babysitting. He's really the best uncle you can ask for. My puppies. - Dad, look! / - It's Dad. Dad, we made this together. - What did you do? / - Dad, look. - What did you do? / - We... - What is this? / - Doesn't it look good? We're waiting for you to eat it together. - We made it together. / - Dad, your brother and I made it together. My brother? - He calls me like that. / - Was it a long day? - It was fine. The kids... / - You look tired. Your kids listened to me so well. - They did? / - Yes. What did you do today? - Boat! We went on boats. / - Did you ride boats?
- Yes. / - Sian and I rode on a kayak. The girls rode something else. Uncle Chiyeul and Sian went to eat without us. Did they eat without you? - Yes. / - Did they go eat? - Did you catch them? / - We got caught. Did you get caught? Which one of you found them? - I did. / - I knew it. Sua will show up anywhere there's food. (Where there's food, there's Sua.) (I'll eat a lot since I didn't get any earlier.) It's good. Seola doesn't give this to anyone. - Do you know what it is? / - This isn't easy to get. (Why isn't Uncle Chiyeul eating?) (Sian is the only one looking out for Chiyeul.) You're so sweet. Did you have fun hanging out with Uncle Chiyeul? - Yes. / - Was hanging out with him more fun than with me? (Seola and Sua nod in a second.) - I can't do it. / - What about you, Sian? I liked it too. Was it more fun than hanging out with me? Yes. (Happy, sad) - You guys... / - They see you every day. - Thank you for the food. / - Thank you for the food.
This is not a joke. - Just leave it for now. / - It's like a war. - Dad, by the way... / - Yes? Can Uncle Chiyeul sleep over? It's dark out, right? His family is waiting for him. - He has to go home. / - He lives alone. (He said that he lives alone.) Did he say that? (He bursts into laughter.) Did he say that? He could live alone, but... He has to go... He has to go babysit someone else. He has to go babysit someone else now. He doesn't have kids. No, he has to go babysit someone else. - Gosh. / - But... - Seola, you're so smart. / - But he's not a teacher. - Uncle Chiyeul. / - Yes? I like this, but I'll give it to you. - Really? / - Isn't it your favorite? Thank you. - Is it a gift? / - Group hug. (Seola, Sua, and Sian are so lovely.) (I love you.)
They're more adorable than I imagined. They're so cute and they listen well. Sian is so mature. He moved me several times. Next time, I'll make sure to make it more pretty. No, wait. I'll prepare something else other than jelly. You can look forward to it. (I'll prepare something properly next time.) (The sun is setting over the green roof.) - Food. / - Are you hungry? I have to borrow rice from our neighbor. - They're borrowing rice? / - Let's go. We just ran out of food. - Food? / - Yes. Let's ask our neighbor for some food. Please give us some food. (Jungchi and Eun's "Dining Together") All right, here we are. We're here. (Ringing) We're here. Ding-dong. (Will they be able to get some food?) (Why is Jungin coming out of here?) - Mom. / - What is this? Brother-in-law? - I thought it was Jungin again. / - Hello.
Hello, Mother. Hello. Hello, Goya. Say hello. My son-in-law came. Jungin's mother, Jungin, and her sister all look very alike. They're very similar. We came to ask for some food. Is this "Dining Together"? We already ate. We failed. We failed the mission. Cho Eun, let's go to the next house. Give me a kiss. (I'll consider it if you give me a kiss.) (Kissing) - What about me? / - Give your aunt a kiss. (A kiss for my aunt) You give out too many kisses. - What about Goya? / - Goya too? (She kisses Goya too.) Goya. (The kitchen is busy preparing for dinner.) (Eun is busy cooking too.) Are you cooking too? (What should we eat today?) She's cooking so hard all of a sudden. Maybe she's hungry. Are you going to do that? (Once the water boils,) You can't do it. Let's give it to Eun. (you must stir it like crazy.) (Then close the lid) (and let it simmer.)
(It's finished!) (Shall I taste it?) (It tastes delicious.) Come here. Let's eat. Sit down and eat. Are you hungry? (She must have been hungry.) (She grabs the food with her hands.) (What about Goya?) Mom, Goya is finished. (All I need is one bite.) Goya is already finished. He's eating it in one bite. - Here. / - Gosh. (I'll give you mine.) Eun, you should eat it. You should eat it. Why are you standing up? (Okay, then. I'll enjoy my noodles!) (Eating) (She eats with both hands.) (Eun, can you finish your food at this rate?) (Don't worry, Goya.) (I'm only starting.) What? (She takes a bite.) - She eats well. / - She eats well. She's like an eating show host. (Smiling) (Long noodles taste better when eaten while standing.) (She's having noodles while standing up.)
(She's dropping more food) (than she is eating them.) (I enjoyed the meal!) Jungchi, since Eun is done, we should eat now. - Okay, Mother. / - Sit down. (A mother-in-law's dinner table) Eun. Play by yourselves, okay? - Eun, I'm going to eat. / - Your dad has to eat. I'll be right back, okay? I'll take my time. Eun plays well on her own. - Thank you for the food. / - You're too skinny. Have some bulgogi. It must be because I shaved. You look more handsome. You look so beautiful today. (Mother, you look beautiful.) (What is going on?) - You do. / - You too. (They compliment each other.) I became more beautiful because I lost weight. I noticed. Do you remember when we first met? (What was my first impression?) It was at Jungin's performance at a club. Can I say it? Can I tell you what Mom said at home? - I remember it too. / - Hold on. - I can't remember. / - I do. - I don't know. / - I don't remember it. - What did she say? / - Mom said she didn't like you.
(She was against you.) You looked too kind. It's an indirect way to say you didn't like me. I asked her what's wrong with looking kind. Mom said a man can't be too kind. Then Jungin said, "He's not kind." (He's not as kind as you think.) I thought that the world was too hard for kind people to live in. Yes, that's what you said. After that, Jungin fell ill and got hospitalized. You came every day then. Mom was so moved. She thought men like you are rare to come by. Anyway, Mother called me after and gave me her blessings to date Jungin. - Really? / - That's what she said. - How sweet. / - Yes. You have more to do without Jungin. (My son-in-law has more hard work left.) (Please give me your love.) - Here. Cheer up. / - Thank you. (Thank you.) (After the moving dinner...) Don't cry. Is it Jungin's old album? Yes. This is her baby album from Daejeon. Let's see if Eun takes after her.
- Eun, come here. / - Let's look for Mom. I haven't seen many of these. (Isn't this Eun?) Look at her hair. I can see the resemblance. - She looks just like Eun. / - Eun, look at me. She looks just like Eun. - This looks like Eun. / - Eun. Eun, who is this? - Who is it? / - Who is it? (This baby looks like me.) Is this Eun? We have to show these to people who say Eun looks like her dad. Are you upset people say she looks like me? That's not what I mean. That's mean, Mom. What's with you two? (Peeking) - Mother. / - It's not that. They keep saying that they don't look alike. She looks like Jungin. They look identical in this picture. Do you really want us to have another child? Of course. (You must have another child.) - What? / - Of course you should. Then they'll have each other to rely on. Both Jungin and I are thinking about it. You guys are getting old, so you have to hurry. Have your second child before it's too late. It's scarier when she speaks - while looking down. / - She's shy.
Make it happen. - Of course. / - "Make it happen." Mother. I didn't know we would talk about this. It would be nice to have another one. It's a huge deal. It was a huge deal to have Eun as well. The baby is so beautiful. That's why we started to think about it. I think we want it more now. It's something fate will decide for us. (Please send us a little sibling for Eun.)
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