Where are we? Story. (Where are they?) (A Soccer Clubhouse that Jooho is in) Pull it up. One, two, three. (Why did Naeun’s family come here?) We got it. I never had the chance to show my kids where I work. I wanted to take the opportunity to show them what I do. There are so many pictures. Where’s Dad? Dad? Am I there or not? Look for me. (Where is he?) (Will Naeun be able to find her dad?) This is Dad. (This is Dad.) (Me? No, I’m not.) Is that me? No, it’s not. That’s not me. Keep looking, Naeun. Look on this one. Look for me. Isn’t that him in the middle? (He’s standing in the center.) – Look for me. / – Dad… You’re not on here. Gosh, she says he’s not there. She’s confused because they’re dressed the same. Dad, you’re here! Where? (Dad, you’re here!) Where? Here! – Where am I? / – Here. There I am. Where am I? – You’re here. / – Here? – Here. / – Is that me? – She found him. / – Is that me? She kissed a poster. Who’s the most handsome in this picture? Pick just one person. This one. (The most handsome one is this one?) This one. It’s someone else. “This one?” Who’s the most handsome? Pick just one. He won’t give up. – Who’s the most handsome? / – He won’t give up. This one. (She keeps on avoiding her dad.) What about me? You’re here. Yes, her dad is right there. – Am I handsome? / – “I know you’re there.” Then pick someone that’s handsome. I think Naeun is playing a prank. This one. See? She picked everyone around her dad. I’m here too. (His picture suddenly looks sad.) – Friend. / – Friend? (Friend!) Who is the ugliest one here? Dad. (Dad!) – Dad. / – Am I the ugliest? Dad. Park Jooho. Park Jooho? She’s direct. She’s telling him to stop. – Welcome. / – Do you feel cool? Ice cream. Dad, there’s ice cream here. – Where? / – Here. Where? Dad, go to that side. That side? – What about Gunhoo? / – Gunhoo? Gunhoo? Gunhoo should go there too. – Hello. / – Here? Hello. Which ice cream do you want? Ice cream? Give me one chocolate. – Okay. / – “Okay.” “Okay.” How much is it? (Beep) – These days, / – It’s one dollar. kids don’t act like they’re taking cash. They copy the credit card machine. They charge credit cards. – Thank you. / – Times have changed. Please come again. – Okay. We’ll come back. / – Okay. Naeun, this is where I come to practice. I train here. Look at this! It’s a ball. It’s a ball. How many balls are there? – How many are there? / – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. – 10. Are there 10? / – Yes. Do you want to see something else? Let’s go. Come on. (Wait…) (Sniffing) Does he smell? Did he poop? A lot. Naeun could smell his poop. Let’s go to my room to change him. Come on. Naeun, hold the door for me. Hurry up. Push it. She’s so strong. This must be his room. Let me change Gunhoo. Gunhoo pooped. Let’s wash your butt. Naeun, this is my room. This is where I sleep. Dad, where’s my bed? Your bed? Your bed is right there. You can share mine. This is Uncle’s bed. Yes, this is Uncle’s bed. Try lying down then. Try to lie down. It’s so much fun. (Giggling) (Naeun is so lovely.) It’s because she knows it’s her dad’s bed. – It’s fun. / – She’s having fun. (This is so much fun.) Gunhoo. Naeun, go bring one of the red ones. Go get it. – This one? / – Yes, bring one. Look. These are the shoes I wear for games. Do you know what “AE811” means? No? This is Anna, Eden, and… – Dad. / – No. This is Mom’s birthday and your birthday. He wrote down something meaningful. (What about me?) What’s this? Look at this. Who is this? Naeun. It’s a badge of you. A fan gave it to me. Really? Fans give you such gifts? We got some too. I never got any sent to me. Your fans… – I don’t have any. / – Okay. Ta-da. Did she put them on her bag? (It’s the one and only bag for Naeun.) How cute. Should we go? Naeun, go up here. How heavy am I? Should I check how heavy I am? I’ll go first. I lost weight. (He lost 3kg in 3 days.) I lost weight while looking after you. How much do you weigh? You’re 13.4kg. Should we weigh Gunhoo? Let’s see how heavy he is. – Please put him up. / – He’s up. He’s not even a year old yet. – You guys are 26kg. / – 26kg. If you guys are 26, then he’s 12kg. – What? / – But he’s not even one. He eats so well. Your sister is 13kg. Gunhoo, you’re a pig. (The time and place don’t matter. I’ll eat.) (I’m a giant baby.) (This is when we’re reminded of someone.) Gunhoo and Bentley are both great eaters. It’d be the battle of the century. (Run!) Run, run, run, Naeun. Naeun, shoot. Shoot at me. Shoot. Goal. Shoot. Shoot at me. Goal. (She’s shooting with bare feet.) Gosh, the ball is as big as her. She likes the ball just like her dad. – Kick. / – Kick. – She’s good. / – One more time. It runs in her blood. (She’s wearing a uniform dress) (as she shoots on the green grass.) (I’m glad I brought her.) Here, Naeun. (It’s time to get her sugar fix.) (It’s so sweet!) I gave one to you. (The cute siblings get along with everyone.) (Is he calling someone?) – Hello? / – Hey, baby. Hey. The tone of his voice changed. I’ll see you. – Right now? Are you here? / – “Where are you?” Naeun and Gunhoo are waiting for you. – Okay. / – Okay. See you soon. – See you soon. Bye. / – Bye. Naeun, Mom’s coming. Gosh. It’s been 48 hours. Anna must have missed her kids. It must feel like 48 years. It’s probably the first time the dad looked after the kids for so long. In the end, the dad is the happiest. (Mom is back!) Look at him. Have you been well? (He’s so happy to see his wife.) Baby. Me first. Hug me first. (I missed you.) Baby. – Gunhoo. / – Baby. Mom is here. Gosh. She likes kissing her baby. Naeun. Naeun. Eden. (Naeun. Eden!) (Mom?) Baby! – Mom! / – Hi. (Mom, I missed you.) Baby. (Hugging) (They’re reenergizing with kisses.) – Mom. / – Hello. Are you well? Are you well? (Jealous) What about me? Me too. What about me? What’s wrong with dads? We can’t bear to watch. As a dad, you don’t want to watch the other two like that. You want to fit in. (Naeun’s family is finally back together.) He’s walking. (Tottering) – Gunhoo. / – Walk over to Mom. This is a touching moment. Come. – Come to me. / – Go. Yes. He took 2 steps. 1 step, 2 steps, 3. – He’ll walk soon. / – It’ll be soon. – He’ll walk soon. / – He’ll walk next week. I mean it. He’s glued to me. I fed him and put him to sleep. I fed Naeun and fed Gunhoo too. – Did you? / – I did. Did Dad do a good job or what? – Did I do well? See? / – Yes. (Swooning) (Good job.) While watching Naeun and Gunhoo, it was the first to spend such a long time together. It was hard, but I learned many new things. I learned how hard it is to raise two kids, and also how hard it is to understand them. I think I grew to have more feelings for Anna.