(Rough breathing to begin the morning) This rough breathing can only be Gunhoo’s, right? Always. Where is he? (A morning warm-up) He does something like that at least once a day. He needs to get the blood flowing. What is he doing? Is he exercising? He really likes doing that these days. “Daddy!” With his hair like that… (Let’s begin the day now!) He’s happy from the early morning. (Nobody is here.) (Uncles, Gunhoo is here.) (Turning on the camera on the toy stroller) Is he turning the cameras on? (Gunhoo’s vlog) He’s a professional now. – What is he doing? / – He threw the baby away. – He likes solo shots. / – He’s greedy. Greedy for cameras. (Looking around) (What is this?) (He caused a nuisance to his neighbor) (because there was no space to park his car.) He had a home, but no parking space and had to park the car inside his house. He doesn’t have to do that anymore. It was his home and his parking lot. There are now two parking spaces. I want them. You don’t get two parking spots – for one household often. / – That’s right. (What should I ride today?) He’s choosing the scooter. He has a different car for going to work. (I almost forgot to say “Good morning”.) (Did you sleep well?) A morning drive. (Let’s get going now.) (It’s so nice to drive around.) (Gunhoo drives all over the house.) (Gunhoo now has parking lots.) (After the fun morning drive) (How’s my house doing?) (Good morning.) (Surprised) (Sorry my greeting was late.) (Fiddling) All good now. “All good now.” He knows what that means now. (Making the sound of frothing milk) (He’s making babyccino for his morning.) He’s making babyccino by himself. He grew so much. – What? / – My goodness. Look at him. (Drinking) My goodness. He’s pretending to drink coffee. (I want some more.) Homemade babyccino is the best. – He’s making some more. / – One more cup. I guess he can get free refills there. – I want to join him. / – He seems so relaxed. A relaxed morning with some coffee after a drive. You won’t be able to sleep at night. (Reading the newspaper like a classy man) (No, he’s reading a flyer from a supermarket.) It’s a flyer. Look at his toes. (What’s on sale today?) He plays so well by himself. Fish. (Ripping a fish that’s on sale) (Good things are meant to be shared.) (Sharing with his neighbor) (I saved this for you!) (You can take it.) (Naeun enters.) Why did you park like this? I guess you can’t park head-on here. Do you want to play with me, Gunhoo? No. Stop there. (A collision) (What’s with the bad driving?) (Come on, be a better driver!) “That’s some terrible driving.” Uncle, Gunhoo keeps scolding me. (I did?) – She just told on him. / – And Gunhoo? (Gunhoo runs to Uncle too.) (Uncle, you saw that, right?) (Do you want to listen to what I have to say?) Is he explaining himself? (He says okay for now.) – Okay? / – Okay. (What happened is that…) (I was just going my way when Naeun hit me.) (I can’t help but get mad.) – Uncle, here. / – Uncle is popular today. (It’s now a fight for Uncle’s attention.) Gunhoo did it. And I did it too. (This can’t shake.) (Just listen to me, Uncle.) (Cute baby cheeks) (Being adorable is his forte.) (Falls) (This is slightly embarrassing.) That wasn’t a good landing. – But nobody was watching. / – That’s okay, then. You can just stand up. It’s fine. (Where did Naeun go?) “She wanted to play with me earlier.” (Apathetic) I think she’s sulking. (He found something to play with.) (I’m so happy!) They’re toy arrows. (Is this how I’m supposed to put them on the wall?) He knows exactly what to do. There you go. (I’m good!) (Proud) It fell. (No!) (It fell.) They both fell. They did. (You should’ve stayed right on the wall.) (You weren’t supposed to fall.) (Do you understand me?) He’s mad at the arrows for not sticking on the wall. (Right then, he met eyes with the cameraman.) (Excuse me, Uncle.) (I’m sorry for giving you my fart last time.) He never stops talking. He must be a genius. Look at him. He’ll learn to speak very quickly. (There we go!) (I’m going to look for some other toys now.) (Naeun’s room is a storage for toys.) (Naeun isn’t here!) Naeun disappeared. (What should I take this time?) She’s right there. (Naeun, why are you coming out from there?) – No! / – He got caught! (Just run away!) – Run away! / – He’s running away. What is he going to do? (He succeeds in stealing toys safely.) He got caught by Naeun, – but she’s not after him. / – This is mine, right? This is mine, right? (But this doesn’t feel enough.) (Should I get one more toy with me?) He went there with his car. She’s in the back. He’ll be in trouble if he gets caught. (While Naeun isn’t paying attention) He studies her before taking it. – Oh, my! / – He’s hiding it! He’s bold. (He hides it in the trunk and runs away.) I really don’t think that Naeun knows yet. – He hid it. / – Wait a minute, he’s getting bold. He’s getting too bold. Naeun came out a little bit. I’m nervous. Gunhoo, come here. Come here. (You get caught if you’re too bold.) Naeun just let him go two or three times. Gunhoo, come here. – “Come here.” / – She won’t scold him. I’ll make this for you. Gunhoo, what kind of sticker will you choose? He keeps having his eyes on Naeun’s toys. So I think she’s going to make something for him. (Considering) – What is this? / – This one? (Considering) What is this? Okay, I’ll put this on for you. I’ll put this on. (I’ll put this on.) I think he said, “I’ll put this on.” Are you going to put this on? (I think this one is also nice.) – What is that? / – It’s a zipper bag. This is your clutch bag. A clutch bag? – Do you like it or not? / – I like it! (Is this really all mine?) Gunhoo also needs a bag to put all of his toys. Gosh. (Surprised) I’ll make this for you. Here. (She puts her favorite handkerchief in it too.) – She even made a strap. / – Oh, my. (She connected a strap to make it more practical.) She made it easy to carry around. A zipper bag handmade into a clutch bag is complete. Isn’t that a really good idea? I think she has a sense of style. Oh, my. (Gunhoo’s clutch bag made by Naeun) – Hey, babies. / – Dad! – I’m home. / – Dad! Gunhoo, did you have fun? (I had fun with Naeun!) Naeun, what is this bag that Gunhoo is wearing? I made it for him. – Did you make it for him? / – Yes. Gunhoo and Naeun, since you had fun at home, let’s go see flowers in the afternoon. Do you want to go see a lot of pretty flowers? Naeun’s a flower. There’s no need to go see them. – What? / – She’s a flower at home.