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The Return of Superman | 슈퍼맨이 돌아왔다-Ep.221:It’s Always Spring When Love Abounds [ENG/IND/2018.04.22]


(How do you like the beach in spring?) Endless white sandy beaches line the coast. Sapphire blue waters glisten in the sunlight. Who might be here today? – The weather is great. / – Right? Is this where we’re going to fly? Yes, we’re going to fly here. What if we fall into the ocean? Seungjae kept saying that he wanted to fly. He even dreams about it. I wanted to fulfill his wish. Are we just going to be on the sand? Yes, we’ll just be on the sand. (Screaming) (What’s going on?) (University students are here for a club retreat.) Lightning power! (Urged by their fanfare, he walks up to the podium.) You’re awesome, Seungjae. (I’m Bangbae-dong’s MC Ko.) Seungjae seems to be drawn to the stage. (He picks up the microphone.) He takes the microphone naturally. (He seems like a veteran.) Hi, I’m Ko Seungjae. (We all know you.) – Hi. / – Hi. It’s nice to meet you. (The honor is all ours.) Lightning power. (He shows off his tagline as fan service.) (They react.) Lightning power. (They might just fly off into the sea.) Have a fun time, everyone. (We love you, Seungjae.) (Afterwards, they walk the sands.) Dad, I can hear the waves breaking. – The sound of the waves? / – Yes. They’re bobbing up and down. Are they? (They spend a moment to enjoy the swells.) You want to go in, right? I’ll toss you in. No, don’t. (Shaking) Don’t. I’ll listen to you well. Really? You’ll listen to me well, right? (Sighing) I’m going to toss you into the sea too. How can you? I’m heavy. I can just push you. Then I’ll run away. Then I’ll catch you. It’s not like you’re a seagull. (Flapping) The Return of Superman, episode 221. “It’s Always Spring When Love Abounds” Where are we going to fly? What? Over there. – Where? / – There. (Is this where Seungjae will fly?) (Height 52m) This tower where Seungjae will fly has a 613-m zip line and is as high as a 20-story apartment. It’s time for Seungjae’s wish to come true. (Seungjae peers at the ground below.) (Feeling nervous) This is the 19th floor. But Jiyong doesn’t look too well. (It’s ridiculously high.) (He gets dragged in by Seungjae.) (Riders depart before their eyes.) (The descent looks breezy.) (Sighing) – I want to go. / – Okay, wear this. I’m going to take a picture. (He’s calm enough to take selfies.) (Jiyong’s lips seem parched.) (Final safety inspection) (Grinning, trembling) What’s your name? – I’m Seungjae. / – Seungjae? Is there someone who comes to your mind? Mom, I’ll return as a big boy. Please stretch your legs out forward to the signal. Three, two, one. Go, go. Go, go. The father and son soar over the sea. (Jiyong seems calm now.) Brave Seungjae seems excited without a hint of fear. Seungjae’s dream has come true. Is this fun, Seungjae? (Yes, but the wind is a bit strong.) (They soar over the water) (towards the final leg of the course.) (He seems afraid compared to before.) (In contrast, Jiyong is enjoying it.) You were so brave, Seungjae. – You may get down now. / – Okay. (Spacing out) – Was it scary? / – No, it wasn’t. It wasn’t? Was it fun? What’s wrong with your expression? You said it was fun. But what’s wrong? (Stumbling) (I’m really okay.) (They head back on a cart.) Doesn’t that look fun? That looks so fun. What caught Jiyong’s eyes are sky bikes that run over rails above the water. This time, they’ll pedal through the sky. (Father and son approach the ticket booth.) (He’s so cute.) Hello, Seungjae. Say hello. – Hi. / – How old are you? I’m 12 years old. Excuse me. (Hey.) One adult and one child, please. (Zooming away) (Looking confused) The bike is heavy, so two adults are required. Is there a problem? We require two adults to be present on the cart. – Are you a party of two? / – Yes, there are two of us. Then, can we ride together? Yes, of course. (Why aren’t we riding?) Are you okay with riding with us? Of course. It’s our pleasure. Thank you. We can ride, Seungjae. (After the fiasco, they head to their cart.) (He’s excited.) All right. Take a seat. Put on your seat belt. Thank you. – Is this the brake? / – Yes. (Operating instructions are given.) Make sure to secure your pockets. Okay. (Let’s ride above the sea.) How did you end up coming alone with your daughter? My wife had to work on a weekend. (Her mom is at work.) – We’re getting some air. / – I see. (It’s a cozy father-and-daughter outing.) You’re not pedaling, are you, Seungjae? (His legs can’t reach.) (Pedaling hard) It’s tough because it’s uphill. Is it automatic? (They pedal leisurely across the shoreline.) (That’s the zip line they were on.) That was fun. We rode it. – Did you? / – Yes. (Staring intently) (Seungjae stares down between the railing.) The sea is hiding. You’re right. (She responds in a friendly manner.) What are you doing tomorrow? I’m playing with a friend tomorrow. How many times have you seen the beach, Seungjae? – Just once. / – Once? (The kids have gotten close very quickly.) Seungjae, there are a lot of birds over there. – Look over there. / – There. There are a lot over there too. (There are a lot there too.) Maybe they’re here because there are a lot of people. (They get along just fine.) (Meanwhile…) Gosh, this is tough. Faster, please. – Let’s go. / – Let’s go. (Let’s go.) (Thighs, I’m sorry. It’s for the kids.) Let’s go! (The dads are working the pedal hard.) The front seat guests wave leisurely as they enjoy the sky biking experience while the back seats sweat. (Please maintain a safe distance.) (Hello, leisure, carefree,) (classical melody, inner peace) The men are Supermen indeed. (Looking exhausted) I’m winded. (What’s wrong with Dad?) Hold on just a moment. (Is he resting his thighs?) Oh, no. I lost my wallet, Seungjae. But it’s all water. (The video isn’t paused.) Do you see it? I think it just fell out. (I should’ve listened to the warning well.) This is driving me crazy. (What happened?) Let’s go. (As they picked up speed…) Let’s go. (His wallet fell out.) (Goodbye, wallet. Don’t go.) Let’s just go for now. (They’re holding up the traffic.) (Sighing) Let’s go. (What should we do?) Daddy, what should we do about the wallet? Does that mean we can’t buy food now? Of course not. I don’t have money. – We can’t buy the jellies? / – We can’t. What should we do? I’m not sure. Will we starve to death, then? (Laughing) We won’t die as long as we go home. (Chuckling) Isn’t that your wallet, Dad? (Please stay sane, Seungjae.) Isn’t that your wallet, Dad? Where’s your wallet, Dad? (They arrive feeling a bit light.) I’m Seungjae. Why are you introducing yourself? – How about your wallet? / – Seungjae. What should I do? (He hugs him to halt his clumsiness.) Find it for me, Seungjae. – I don’t want to. / – You know how to swim. I can’t swim if it’s too deep. I’ll lend you some cash. You can return it later. Okay. I don’t have much cash. Sorry. It’s only 11 dollars. Thank you so much. Isn’t it too little? – I can get more for you. / – It’ll be fine. This will be just fine. It’s okay. Can you tell me your account number? (Yes, I can get gummy worms now.) Thank you. Give her a hug too. (Thank you, uncle.) It’s a serene morning at the five siblings’. (Is there anything fun to do?) (Lifting) (Spilling) (Let’s play, kiddos.) (Mom is going to scold her.) – Let’s play. / – What are you doing? (She’s an all-around mess-maker.) What is this? (Forget it. I’m going to play too.) Let’s make that thing in the room. Let’s make a “pangk”. How about this? Let’s make a “pangk”. What’s a “pangk”? That’s a “pangk”. I’ll make the “pangk”. Let’s make a tank together. (Sua begins by assembling the wheels.) Let’s make a “pangk”. (How about Sian?) Look at this. (It’s remotely operated.) This is so amazing. (Me, too.) (While playing with the tank…) As the kids play, the living room gets messier. That’s a given in any household with kids. (Am I the only one feeling uneasy?) Mom, turn on “Zumba Dance” for me. Who messed up the house? I’ll clean it up. (He volunteers before getting in trouble.) Tidy up quickly. Then I’ll turn it on. I’ll turn on “Zumba Dance” once it’s all clean. Hurry and clean up. Mom will turn it on once we’re done. We have to put them back into the box. What is “Zumba Dance” that the kids are motivated about cleaning up? (Cleaning up a storm) We’re done cleaning. Turn it on for us, Mom. (This fitness program merges dance with exercise.) I thought they just danced randomly to the music. But they were copying moves from the video. So I thought it would be better to teach them. – Hello. / – Hello. They’re doing it. Go on and look. (The energy is incredible.) (Colorful clothing meets powerful dancing.) (It’s full of girls and women, young and old.) (Oh, my gosh.) (99 percent of participants are female.) (In disbelief) (The moves are drastic.) I don’t think I can follow along. As soon as I opened the door, it was very flamboyant and full of women. (Sighing) I got a bit shy. I wasn’t sure if I’d do well. Okay, let’s go. Sian, let’s go inside. Let’s all go in. – Welcome. / – Come on in. – Welcome. / – It’s okay I’m so out of place here. Come with me, okay? He’s younger than you. – Sian. / – Sian. Say hello. Say, “Nice to meet you”. (One new member hangs around the doorway.) (Who am I? Where is this?) (The class is about to begin.) Stand next to me, Sian. There you go. (Fumbling about) Hey, Sian. It’s not even visible. Are you shy about showing your belly button? It’s okay. – Is it not okay? / – It’s okay to show it. I don’t want to. I’m not going to. I’m too embarrassed. Is it too embarrassing? You’re a big boy now. Now you don’t like showing your belly button? All right, let’s learn the moves. What should you do with your hips? Side-to-side as you walk in place. Shall we try it? (Step-by-step) Up. Side-to-side. Clap, clap, clap. (Struggling) (She’s not even a scary teacher.) (But he feels like crying.) In the history of the K-League, Lee Donggook sets a 200-goal record. (He’s familiar with the moves.) (But he’s a small newbie here.) Now hold the friend next to you. (They are all paired up.) Hold them from the side. (But I’m alone.) (Zumba dancing makes me feel hollow.) Shall we try it up front? Be confident. (He’s preoccupied with his belly button.) Music start. However, Sian seems torn. He’s too shy to show his belly button, but he wants to dance. (Fidgeting) What will he decide to do? (Let’s do it.) (My passion cannot be suppressed.) (Sua is the center.) (Seola is a dancing queen.) (How about Dad?) That’s good. More hip movement. Try it too, Dad. (He urges Donggook to try.) What? Shall we give it a try? (It’s fun, so let’s do it together.) I already ran today. (Let’s go, Donggook.) Look at you. (You know how, right? Do it like this.) Music start. Let’s go. (Are you ready, Donggook?) (While he worries,) (the others show off their moves.) (Like this, Dad.) (Scratching) (Let’s just go for it.) All the best! (He takes courage for a solo.) (The others dance away in response.) (Along with the spring breeze,) (dancing fever blows through the family.) This is the final day in Melbourne. Where is William’s family today? (The gang is out for a family outing.) (Bentley is here too, flailing about.) What’s this, William? (The symbol of Melbourne) Sam is pointing out the tram, a symbol of Melbourne. It’s the most widely-used mode of transportation. Oh, there is a tram. (I want to see too.) It’s the tram. Watch this. Watch this. What is that? (They have a pass for unlimited rides.) It’s the tram. (Where are we headed?) I just tried going along with whatever Mom wanted like a good son should. I want to show Bentley and William around Melbourne. Particularly, places I haven’t seen as well. There are a lot of places. – Sorry. Thank you. / – Thanks very much. (A gentleman helps them embark.) Cheers. – Thank you so much. / – Thanks a lot. (Thank you.) (They depart on the tram.) (It’s already full.) Do you want to hold on? Hold on. There you go. Good boy. (He looks like a local.) Sorry. I’m not used to it. It’s been a while since I used one. – William. / – Where’s Grandma? (Fluttering) Where’s Grandma? It’s Grandma. – Grandma’s here. / – Here. Grandma. – Grandma’s here. / – Grandma. – Grandma’s here, silly. / – I’m right here. Who’s that? Who’s that? Grandma. (There you go.) (He’s so cute.) How old is newest one? He’s a bit over three months old. They’re all from South Korea. They’re doing a South Korean television program – All right. / – where they film my grandsons. This little one is famous as his dad now. – Is that so? / – Yes. (Blinking) (Her boasting never stops.) (They spend quite some time chatting.) (The boasting becomes a lullaby.) (Drifting asleep) William, we’re heading to Flinders Street. It’s a bit like Seoul Station, where we live. (It’s an old train station.) It’s very old. Let’s get off. (People help them out.) – Thank you very much. / – Thank you. – Thank you. / – Thank you. (It may be bumpy, but he’s fast asleep.) Sorry. The Hammington trio’s Melbourne tour. It’s time to see it unfold. Look over there. Flinders Street. Flinders Street Station. This is Flinders Street Station here. – She’s a beauty. / – It never changes. – Let’s go. Go, go, go. / – Go, go. (Pitter-pattering) Careful. This is Melbourne life. (Melbourne city tour) Are you going to run there, mate? (Running) So Mom, where do you want to go today? (Grandma Tour’s first stop) I really want to go to Hosier Lane. What’s there? They have a lot of graffiti artists there. And there is a Korean television drama that I know. My favorite actor, So Jisub. Grandma likes So Jisub. (Sam prepared a So Jisub mask for her.) Hello, darling. So Jisub. – So Jisub. / – So Jisub. He might be there at Hosier Lane. I’ll be so excited if he’s there. (Chuckling) (This sincere fan’s reactions are top notch.) The young-hearted grandmother chooses Hosier Lane as the first stop. (Hosier Lane is a famous Melbourne attraction.) This hot place in Melbourne is well-known for its appearance in a drama. (It appeared in “I’m Sorry, I Love You”.) (This is a famous line from some time ago.) What kind of drama will the Hammingtons make? (A dreamy couple walked the streets.) What is that? (They make their entrance.) William, what is all this? (Where is So Jisub?) That’s where they filmed one of the most famous scenes. Yes. It’s fantastic. (William doesn’t seem as smitten as Grandma.) It’s dirty. It’s not dirty. It’s art. (It seems dirty to William.) It’s dirty. (I’m sleeping.) (What’s this sound?) (Music emanates from a store.) Do you want to dance, William? (He’s already pretty absorbed.) Bentley’s awake. (Why is it so loud?) Come here. High-five. Bump it. (The fun factor goes up.) (They capture the attention of passers-by.) (He has stunning good looks.) (We’re going to take over Melbourne.) (It’s soft at times.) (The trio is full of enthusiasm.) (Even Bentley is excited.) Will we lose our belly weight now, William? (I’ll pretend I didn’t see.) – I’m going to change his nappy. / – All right. – Would you wait here with Bentley for a bit? / – Okay. – Bye, Grandma. Be back soon. / – Bye. Bye. See you soon. (Grandma and Bentley spend a happy time together.) Hello. (Grandma and Bentley spend a happy time together.) (However…) What is Sam doing here instead of a bathroom? (What is that?) (In just a moment…) Hosier Lane starts to stir. What’s going on? (Oh, my.) (Someone appears behind happy Grandma and Bentley.) (A dim silhouette) So what happened to you? (They carefully sit down.) – Grandma… / – What the… Who are you? (They have returned in 14 years.) (Will Soojung and So Jisam.) – Oh, my goodness. / – What’s that? (Im Soojung has gotten a lot smaller.) (What the… So Jisub?) It’s my favorite drama. Yes, yes, yes. (She seems quite surprised.) So this is the same from the TV show. We wanted to reenact it so you can take a photo and remember it. (How sweet.) Oh, absolutely. Shall we take a picture, William? Grandma. I’m taking a video so I can remember my favorite show. Grandma. (Please make sure I come out nicely.) Good boy. “I’m Sorry,” “I Love You”. (“I’m Sorry, I Love You”, 2004) The 2018 version directed by Sam will be revealed now. (So Jisam is pondering over food.) (And Will Soojung finds that bothersome.) Let’s eat something. Please stop the car. Do you want to eat or kiss me? Stop the car now! Do you want to eat or date me? Do you want formula or do you want to kiss me? No. Do you want formula or would you live with me? Okay. (This love story is more innocent than baby formula.) (The end) One of my mates up here is… – What? / – Are you thirsty? Yes, I’m a bit dry. Thirsty. – Let’s get a drink. / – All right. Do you know where this is? It’s Daddy’s favorite street. – I know this place. / – Center Place. (They arrive at Center Place.) The second stop is Sam’s regular cafe. – Long time no see, mate. / – Sam, how are you? – Good. / – Cheers. (It’s a juice shop he always visits.) I saw him when he was tiny. He was very tiny. This is number two, Bentley. Bentley. How are you, cutie? (Nice to meet you.) This is my mom, Jan. – How are you? / – It’s nice to meet you. – Sam has been coming here for a long time. / – Yes. – Take a seat. It’s coming now. / – Cheers. – Hi. / – Hello, William. I don’t think he remembers his last visit. – We met last time, didn’t we? / – Yes, that’s Noel. Good to see you again, mate. So you’re doing the juice… I’m going to get the juice of the day. Yes. That sounds good to me. It sounds nice and fresh. Yes, it’s very fresh. I was going to get him a little Babyccino. – Okay, a Babyccino. / – That’ll be great. I’ll do the juice. (What’s a Babyccino?) Beautiful. For William, there is a Babyccino. Do you want to try it? (How will it taste?) (Enjoying) (This is tasty.) – You got a mustache. / – It is yummy? – What’s that? / – Smile. (He wipes it on Sam’s lips.) He loves the Babyccino. William, this is Melbourne style. (It’s good.) (He accidentally gets some on his nose.) William, in Melbourne… (Bentley just sucks on a finger.) This sells very well in Melbourne. Wear your sunglasses. (I drink Babyccino sometimes.) (Fashionable Melbourne man) You’re totally a man from Melbourne. Yummy. (He has the dignity of a Melbourne man.) – Yum, yum. / – What? (William is enjoying Melbourne properly.) Yum, yum. Someone knows all about the Melbourne life. He knows. (This is refreshing.) I’ll tell you what. That’s what happens when you drink beer, isn’t it? I’ve never seen anyone drink coffee like that. (How refreshing!) William, say goodbye. Thank you. Wow, look at you there. (We will come again.) Bye. The sky is blue before the sunrise. We are here to meet a new family. (A baby is sleeping. Leave a package outside.) (When you enter the house,) (you see a big picture in a frame.) Along the entrance are various artworks. Across the house are vintage items. Who is the superman in this house? (There is another picture in the bedroom.) (The couple is still asleep.) The family is still fast asleep. The child is sleeping in a separate room. I can’t wait to find out who they are. (At that moment!) (The child wakes up without crying.) The child wakes up without crying and goes out to the living room. (The child goes out to the living room.) How cute! (Surprised) (My goodness.) (Staring intently) (What are you doing inside?) (Is this child) (a girl or a boy?) (Approaching) (Who are you?) (Grinning) (The child is happy to see the cameraman.) (Screeching like a dolphin) The child doesn’t look for his or her parents. It’s impressive to see a child play so well alone. (After observing…) (Hello.) (The child bows politely to a fascinating camera.) (It’s fascinating.) (Hold on.) (The child picks something up.) (The child is pouring tea.) (This child knows how to greet a guest.) Thank you. Drink. (Don’t decline.) (Everyone gets a cup of tea.) Thank you. (Have a cup of tea.) (The child drinks last.) (How refreshing!) While the child enjoys tea in the living room, the parents continue to sleep. (Now that I had tea, I will warm up.) (The baby’s morning exercise begins.) (Spinning) (A morning baby’s morning dance.) (This child is like Lee Hyori.) (Ta-da.) How refreshing! (Is Dad still asleep?) Dad. Dad. (The child wakes the parents up.) Dad, wake up. Wake up. Wake up. – Should I wake up? / – Yes. What time is it? You woke up so early. Give me a kiss. (Turning away) (Who got rejected?) (It’s actor Bong Taegyu.) Hello. I am photographer Hasisi Park’s husband and Bong Siha’s dad, Bong Taegyu. It’s nice to meet you. (He was recognized for his comic acting.) His unique character and acting skills set him apart as an actor. (He has a unique character.) (He recently played Kim Hakbeom.) He recently played Kim Hakbeom and opened the second part of his acting career. (Bong Taegyu is an irreplaceable actor.) (Love came to him.) (I am getting married.) (He met her by fate four years ago.) (They fell in love at first sight.) In May of 2015… (Hasisi Park was eight weeks pregnant.) I will show with my actions rather than just words. Let’s stay together forever. May 9th, 2015, to my wife. He met a photographer, Park Wonji and vowed to spend the rest of his life with her. Now I announce that the groom, Bong Taegyu and the bride, Park Wonji have forever become one. (Their love led) Siha, good job. (to the birth of Bong Siha.) You did a good job, Siha. I will check the baby’s reflexes. (The baby is very healthy.) (Siha is pretty.) Siha is my son. “Will I be able to provide for him?” I couldn’t help but worry. Many thoughts entered my head. My wife took a picture of me with the child. The picture exudes worry and concern. (He looks like he has all the worries in the world.) Siha, open your eyes. Let’s see if you have double eyelids. (Blinking) Do you feel like smiling? Is everything all right, Siha? (Smiling) (When he faces a struggle,) (he doesn’t cry out loud.) (Like Zo Insung,) (he stifles his cry with a fist in his mouth.) (He is always ready to smile.) It’s time to roll over. (Smiling) (Dancing) Good job! (He is very cheerful.) (Hello, I am Bong Siha.) (Peek-a-boo) Hello, Siha. It’s nice to meet you. It’s a dump truck. The father and the son have the same smile. When there is a shoot, I would leave early and return late after Siha is sleeping. I guess Siha found it upsetting. He used to love it when I tickled him. But at some point, he began telling me to stop. I will take it. – Stop. / – Stop? – Read. / – Should I read? “A rabbit and a turtle”. – Stop. / – You told me to read. – Ribbit, ribbit. / – Stop. (There is a wall between them.) Seriously. (He feels sad.) It makes me sad. I want to restore the relationship. To do that, I need to spend time with him. Through The Return of Superman, I want to warm up his heart and make up for my past doings. That’s why I decided to join the show. My goodness. Be careful. Be careful. Why won’t you give me a kiss, Siha? Give me a kiss. (Siha turns away from Taegyu.) Why won’t you give me a kiss? – Give Dad a kiss. / – Stop. (His eyes shift.) – Stop. / – My goodness. Then I will give your mom a kiss. (They are lovey-dovey.) Do you want to give me a kiss? In that case, come here. Give me a kiss. (Kissing) (He even winks.) (Taegyu’s heart flutters.) (He gives the plant a morning kiss.) You’re giving the plant a kiss? (Did you sleep well?) (He kisses each leaf with care.) (They are filled with love.) (He exits the room afterward.) – The baby is kicking. / – Really? The baby is moving a lot. The baby is moving a lot. Sambong. Where is the baby? (Who is Sambong?) – Here? / – Yes. Sambong, did you wake up? Goodness. Hello. I am Siha and Sambong’s mom, Park Wonji. You didn’t mention your husband. My husband? Well, he is there. (She is cool-headed.) The due date for Sambong is the end of May. Sambong is the couple’s second gift. The nickname “Sambong” means “the third one with the last name Bong”. When Siha wakes up during the night, Sambong wakes up as well. – Really? / – Yes. – Is she awake? / – Yes, she is. (Sambong is active from the morning.) – Is she moving? / – She’s pushing me. She is like an octopus. I guess she feels uncomfortable. She wants to go out quickly. I want to go out too, Sambong. (Is Sambong aware of her mom’s vacation?) I will make you breakfast. – Rest. / – Okay. (He heads to the kitchen.) (He uses the knife with familiarity.) (What is he making for breakfast?) Gimbap. Gimbap. (Let’s see.) (He takes a piece of ham.) (Eating) Siha, you can’t eat it by itself. You need to eat it with gimbap. Come on. Stop eating by yourself. Don’t eat more ham. Okay. (Glancing over) (When Taegyu isn’t looking,) (he reaches for the ingredients.) Siha. (Surprised) I will make gimbap as soon as possible. (He picks up laver) (and puts it in his mouth.) (He hasn’t realized it.) (Eating) (He looks familiar.) (He looks like Ha Jungwoo.) (Siha shows his own eating show.) (Munching) (It’s tasty.) (He fills his mouth with laver.) (Absorbed) My goodness. You are unbelievable, Bong Siha. (I will continue eating.) (Siha eats laver like the others on the show.) (The hall of fame for eating laver) (Song Minguk) (Lee Sian) (Bong Siha) (Siha joins the hall of fame.) Here. I will put rice on it. (Eating) Siha. (His eyebrows wriggle.) Stop eating laver and put rice on it. Put rice on laver like me. (Let me eat some rice first.) (His eyebrows wriggle again.) Look at this. Siha. (He puts rice on the laver) (and brings some to his mouth.) Look, Siha. Put pickled radish on it. (He eats the ingredients separately.) (He eats pickled radish) (and ham.) (The gimbap is being made in Siha’s stomach.) (I guess it’s the same thing.) Ta-da! A rainbow. A rainbow. Is this a rainbow? – Ta-da. / – Ta-da. We made two rolls. (Let’s have a taste.) (Humming in approval) Is it tasty? It’s tasty. Yes, it’s tasty. (They succeed in making gimbap.) It’s the best. (However,) (Wonji looks uncomfortable.) (Is there a problem?) Does Siha’s mom have a problem? (Honey.) Rest. I’ll do everything. I think I have an upset stomach. That’s so sudden. Really? (He administers first aid.) Your hands are cold. Mom. Siha, Mom is sick. (Worried) Hug. Will you give me a hug? (Taegyu runs to the kitchen.) (He takes something out of the refrigerator.) Where is green plum syrup? (He takes something out of the refrigerator.) Honey, have some green plum syrup. Thank you. Isn’t it green plum syrup? – What is it? / – Mugwort. (He is a foolish romantic.) Sorry. (Will he get it right this time?) Here. – Are you sure it’s green plum syrup? / – Yes. They have the same color. – Did I get the right one? / – Yes. Okay. (He finally brought her green plum syrup.) I hope you feel better soon. – Left. / – Left? – Down. / – Here? Thank you. (She is thankful to her husband.) Laver. My goodness. Are you okay? No. (He still smiles.) You have laver on your teeth. (He finds his son cute.) Sit. Sit? Do you want to sit here? – Next. / – Next to her? (He communicates in short sentences.) Let’s give her a massage together. That feels nice. It feels nice. (He suddenly massages her scalp.) Mom doesn’t need a scalp massage. (It feels nice, right?) Massage her here. I need to get ready for work. Let’s pack (Taegyu packs lunch for his wife.) her lunch. (Working hard) (The packed lunch contains his love.) ♪ There is nothing wrong ♪ Siha packed it. I wish I could have breakfast. I packed lunch. Thank you. How will you work today? – I’ll be fine. / – I’m worried. (She needs to work despite being pregnant.) (Worried) What will you do? (He kneels in front of his wife.) (Although he is absent-minded at times,) You have an upset stomach. (he loves his wife more than anyone.) Don’t skip meals. (Taegyu only has eyes for his wife.) (The sight warms my heart.) I’ll miss you. Won’t you miss me? I’ll miss you a lot. – Really? / – Yes. You are smiling like a witch. (She is happy to receive a vacation.) (He saw through me.) (Kissing) Have fun, Sambong. Don’t give your mom a hard time. – Okay? / – Okay. Why did he answer? It won’t be easy to take care of Siha. However, it’s actually harder for me to be away from my wife. Taegyu said he is worried about being away from you. I’m worried about that too. It hasn’t been long since his shoot ended. I’m worried that he will become exhausted. (It’s time for Siha’s mom to go to work.) Take care of your health. Okay. I will be back. Why did you dress up? – What? / – I don’t know. (She puts a camera around her neck.) You dressed up. – Did I? / – Yes. It feels sad to leave. – Bye. / – Honey. Honey, where are you going? Honey, where are you going? I’m going to work. I will take pictures. She will be back after two days. Give me a kiss. (He gives her a kiss filled with love.) (They will part for a short while.) – Bye. / – Bye. – I will be back. / – “Bye, Mom.” – Bye. / – Bye. Let’s go to the kitchen. (How will they spend 48 hours together?) (Seola, Sua, and Sian ride kick scooters.) Go slowly. Sian is last! Sian is last! I’m going faster! (He speeds up.) (He finally outruns them.) See? I am going faster. Wait for me! Dad, run. We will be late. You have a kick scooter, but I have to walk and run. It’s exhausting. Then you should work out. Today is my day off! Let’s go! Dad will catch up. – Let’s go. / – Let’s go! Let’s go! Sian, wait for me. Sian, stop. Let’s ride it together. Come on. You can’t ride it. You are too big. It will break. Then you should walk. (Sighing) (Running) Hurry up, Sian. It’s too exhausting to run. Here I go. Dad, wait for me! Dad! (Where did they arrive at?) Let’s see who can fish best. I’m good at fishing. Are you good at fishing? I can catch fish with a good bait. Let’s use Sian as a bait. Then we will catch fish. In one, two, three. Stop it. (Donggook is good at fishing using Sian.) I am good at fishing you. It’s here. This place is very big. It’s very deep. I think it’s deep. Is it deep or not? Here comes the bait. (My goodness.) Do we need bait? (Frozen shrimp and worms) Can you hook worms? It goes in like this. I was coddled as a child. I’m not good at… (Laughing) Look. What is this? – It’s a worm. / – It’s a worm. It’s bait. The hook goes into its mouth… Where is the mouth? – Where is it? / – This is the mouth. Do your hands hurt? Do they hurt? After he finally hooks the bait, the children begin to fish. (They cast their fishing rods.) – When will I catch something? / – I can’t wait. I will catch it. I will catch it. Sian, you see the float, right? Pull when it moves, okay? (Concentrating) (I will catch something.) (Immobile) Why aren’t I catching anything? Nothing is biting. (At that moment!) Sian, it’s time. Pull. (Is it time?) Pull, Sian. Sian, hurry up and pull. Sian, hurry up and pull. Hurry up. Pull. Pull. Did you catch it? – I think I got it. / – Pick it up. Sian caught something. (Their eyes are on Sian.) (Will he become the youngest fisherman?) Sian caught something. Sian caught a worm. – A worm. / – He caught a worm. I fooled you, didn’t I? You took the bait. (He took the bait.) I didn’t catch anything. (Dad fooled me again.) They must know that we are here. The mom and baby lobsters ran away. (At that moment!) What is going on? (The man next to them feels a bite.) What is going on? (A lobster shows itself.) (It’s a big one.) (Envious) I envy you. These worms are getting bloated. – Why? / – The lobsters aren’t biting. I guess our worms aren’t tasty. Shall we change seats? – Change seats? / – Yes. (She is cheeky.) (Where did she get her cheekiness from?) Help me catch a lobster. Please help me catch a lobster. I want to eat a lobster. – Sua, your float moved. / – Sua, pull. Pull. (It’s a real bite this time.) (The fishing rod bends like a bow.) (Will they succeed to catch a lobster?) (It got away.) That’s too bad. The float went in. I’m so sorry, Sua. Dad, will we go hungry at dinner? (He feels bad.) Sian and I will go and buy some food. Hold these fishing rods, okay? Keep your eyes on the water. – Look at the lobsters. / – Okay. Look at the lobsters. Seola, look at the lobsters and the floats. – There you go. / – I will be back, lobster. Since we are hungry, shall we buy these? – Yes. / – It’s deep-fried food. – Deep-fried food? / – Yes. There is a deep-fried crab. This is fascinating. There is a deep-fried crab. Can children eat this? (Try it.) – Is it hot? / – Yes. Is it good? It’s hot. (I’m cooling it down.) Dad, don’t eat all of it. (Let’s try it.) (He takes it away.) – It’s hot. / – Is it hot? – It’s not hot. / – Try it. (He takes it away.) (I have no energy to get angry.) (Sian has reached the state of nirvana.) (I will give it to him this time.) (He finally tries the deep-fried food.) How does it taste? Will Seola and Sua like it? I think they will like it. Shall we get some? Please give us one of these. It’s for the children, right? I’ll add two deep-fried shrimp. Two? There are four of us. There are four of us. Thank you. Say thank you. – She gave us more. / – Thank you. (Meanwhile…) (Fishing is a fight against the long wait.) The float disappeared. It disappeared. (Sua’s float is underwater.) – I felt something. / – Reel it in. Catch it. It’s a crab! It’s a crab! (The pincers show themselves.) – I caught it. / – You caught it. Hurry! (A big lobster shows itself.) It’s ours. I caught it! You are amazing. Look at these legs. (The lobster is steamed for dinner.) For dinner, they have a lobster Sua caught and non-spicy seafood ramyeon. It’s time to enjoy the food. Thank you for the food. This is the lobster you caught earlier. – Right? / – I caught it earlier. I want to eat it. You want to eat it, right? Seola and Sua got one, and I got one. – Yes. / – Hold on. (The lobsters get pulled apart.) No! I feel bad for them. You feel bad for them? We caught them. I will only eat ramyeon. Hot. Hot? (Sian continues to suffer.) (Why won’t he eat the tasty lobster?) Look at Sua. – Chew. / – It’s tasty. Is it tasty? (Sian only eats ramyeon.) Sian eats ramyeon with relish. Sua enjoys her food as well. They look prettiest when they eat well. (Why are they only eating ramyeon?) – It’s really pretty. / – Yes. (Where are we going?) So what’s this place, Mom? This is Eureka Tower. We will get the best view in Melbourne. Are you ready? The next destination is Eureka Tower, the tallest building in Melbourne. (Eureka Tower is 297m tall.) 88th floor. This is incredible. William, the view is incredible. Look at that! What’s this? William. – Grandma. / – William. (Shall we enjoy the view of Melbourne?) (Is this a dream or reality?) William covers his eyes in fear. He looks cute when he does that. (Peek-a-boo.) (It’s my first time in such a tall building.) I don’t know if you want to do this. – We will just go ahead… / – The edge. I think I’ll go inside. I don’t want to go. You stay here, then. I’ll go and check it out. I think… (Thinking about it makes her scared.) – I’m a bit scared. / – Wait here. William, this is where we can get the best view of Melbourne. (There is a glass room.) (Sam hums a tune as he goes inside.) (William is on guard.) (What is this place?) (Creaking) (He is a bit surprised.) What was that sound? William. (Frozen) I’m next to you, okay? I’m with you, okay? (The glass room moves forward.) Who am I? (Sam talks to William to calm him down.) – Dad. / – Who? Dad. What’s my name? Sam. Sam. I am here. I am with you. You are okay, right? Where are we? (The highlight is experiencing the edge.) (Sam pretended not to be scared, but he actually is.) (They hear a strange noise again.) What is that noise? What is that? (The room turns transparent.) William. What is this? What’s underneath? Look at the bottom. (The glass floor is transparent.) Look at the floor. – I’m scared. / – You’re scared? (She’s impressed.) (Watching them in the room is enough to scare her.) Hold on. Let me fix my clothes. (What?) (Wait, this is nothing.) Hey. He’s standing. (Sam is still standing on the lines) (while William feels comfortable in the room.) – It’s scary. / – Is it scary? – Are you scared? / – Yes. It’s not scary. Look. There is a car. Hi. Did you see the birds? Birds are down there. William. (He’s happy at the mention of the birds.) William. William, who is she? Grandma. Hello, Grandma. (Grandma, hello.) Is this fun? Yes. Look at Yarra River. It’s so long. (They see the river that flows through Melbourne.) Where are we? – Crocodile. / – Melbourne. – Crocodile. / – Melbourne. – Crocodile. / – Say, “Melbourne”. (William is a rebel.) – Australia. / – Crocodile. – Melbourne. / – Crocodile. (William is brave.) Open your mouth wide. (They lie down on their backs and take a photo.) (“Lying on top of Melbourne”) Grandma. Yes, I’m here. Was that scary? You loved it, didn’t you? I would have been so scared. William, what is this? (People pose in front of the chromakey screen.) (What are they doing?) Shall we see what’s going on? (They combine photos with the background.) William, look. It looks good. William, do you want to take a photo? We have a lot of cameras today. What are they shooting? We’re filming a TV show. It’s a reality TV show about celebrity dads raising their children for 48 hours. But It’s a Korean TV show. – You’re a celebrity dad? / – Yes, in Korea. What do you do? (It becomes an interview all of a sudden.) I originally did comedy. And now, I work in the TV industry. I act and star in reality shows. – TV and radio shows. / – You’re a movie star? Oh, my gosh! That’s great. I’ve never met a celebrity. (That’s my son.) Do you need us to be in the movie? Well, you’re already in it. – We’re in a reality show. / – You’re already in it. All right. You have a great trip. Thanks. – Bye. / – Thanks. William, let’s take photos. (We should take one too.) Are you going to stay there, little guy? – You’ll stay here? / – Yes. Honey, look. Right here. William, over there. (Acting zealously) Open your mouth, William. (He fakes making a sound.) (Clicking) Gosh, that was fun. – Grandma. / – Who is this? Daddy. – Who is this? / – Me. William feels happy after taking the photo. William goes on a tour all by himself. I bet everything seems interesting to William. (Right, I don’t have any money.) (He gives up quickly.) So… I haven’t been here because I’ve been in Korea. What’s your excuse for not coming up here? I don’t know. I think it was because it was too high. But now that you’re with me, I feel safe. I see. Obviously. After all, I made a decision early in my life to go and live elsewhere. And as you can see, this keeps expanding. A 2-year trip turned into a 16-year expedition that hasn’t stopped yet. It might be stopping anytime soon. And… Because we were so close… Living so far away apart, we started to drift apart. When I think about the old days, I feel sorry to my mom. (Their relationship has gotten a bit awkward.) But on the other side of the coin, what you’ve done and what you’ve achieved are just fantastic. It makes me feel very proud and very happy. – I’m even proud / – Who? that you’ve got two beautiful boys. – Grandma. / – Hey. Even though one is a bit noisy at times. – He’s a bit noisy. / – He’s starting the phase. But as you know, that’s how it is. That’s life. Things change. I’m sorry that we haven’t been here for you, (I’m sorry the kids and I are in Korea.) with the kids and everything. I know. It’s hard. I’m sorry. (Sam’s eyes get teary.) (Grandma is overwhelmed with emotions.) What’s harder is that (I can’t see the children grow.) I can’t see them grow up. Mom, you’re not going anywhere soon. I certainly hope not. We’ll come home more often. (We’ll visit you more often.) My baby. – Don’t say that. Don’t say that. / – My baby. – I’m 41 years old. / – I don’t care. You’re still my baby. – All moms say that. / – Don’t say that. – You’ll say that too when… / – No. – No, I won’t. No. / – You will. (Is someone talking about me?) The last destination of Sam’s family trip is Melbourne’s best restaurant. – He’s got a beer. / – William, what’s this? Hi, how are you? Hi. Good, thank you. – Would you like to order? / – This one. – Thank you. / – Thank you so much. – Thank you. / – Thank you. What did Grandma order? It’s a surprise. William, I’m here. (His mother returns.) – Who is she? / – William. – Have you been well? / – Who’s here? (It’s Mommy.) – Who’s here? / – It’s Mommy. – Who’s that? / – Mommy. – Welcome back. / – What do you say? William. William. (Something is served.) William. What is that? Look at the crust. (His eyes pop out.) Oh, my gosh. (A gigantic pizza fills the table.) (He’s impressed.) (It’s a world-class 1-m pizza.) I’ve always wanted to try this, but it’s so much. That is a lot. It’s huge. That’s why it’s good to share it with you guys. – William. / – It’s as tall as him. Shall we compare the height? – It’s bigger than him. / – It’s bigger. Which one would you like to eat? (I can’t see it because the pizza is too big.) – Do you want to eat this? / – Shall we try this? – No. / – Then which one? What do you want, William? (He points at a slice.) You pick one. Sit down, William. (The firstborn listens to his father.) (Sam has a big bite too.) – Is it good? / – Yes, it’s delicious. (Munching) – Is that good, William? / – Yes. I’ve never seen him enjoy food this much. (His cheeks keep on moving.) William is munching away on the pizza. He keeps eating the pizza with both hands. (He takes a photo with the pizza.) Thank you. What about Daddy? – Grandma. / – Grandma. – Take one for Grandma. / – Take Grandma’s photo. (Clicking) – All right. / – Okay. (He eats the camera after taking photos.) He’s good, isn’t he? (Just watching him eat makes her smile.) (Sam has been observing his mother.) (Getting up) He’s a smiler. (What are you doing, son?) Come here, mister. Come here. (Sam wants to let her see more of his kids.) Go to Grandma. (Grandma hugs Ben.) Hey, my little man. Hello. Hello. Hello, Bentley. (Looking at him is enough to make her smile.) You’re such a beautiful boy. (The day Grandma saw Bentley for the first time,) (she was deeply moved.) On the day she looked after Bentley alone, she couldn’t stop staring at him. We can see how much love she has for Bentley in her tears. (The 48 hours went by too fast.) Yes, you are. (Trying her best to look at him more.) Grandma loves you. Here. Look here. One, two, three. (Sam wants to remember this moment.) One, two, three. (What about me, Dad?) (Those 48 hours) (were so precious and special.) Taegyu is gathering some belongings. (Taegyu is rummaging and gathering something.) Siha, come here. Come and sit over here. (What is that?) Watch. (Is it a newspaper?) (What are you doing?) Ta-da. Let’s play barbers. Do you want to try? Ta-da. You’re so cool. I used to cut his hair when he was younger. He had his first haircut. We still have his hair. I was the one who gave him the cut. I think he would look cute with a shorter bang. I think he looks cute when you can see 65 percent of his forehead. Watch. I’ll show you something fun. Here. I’ll use some tape. (Tape?) I’m going to stick some tape on your hair. I’m going to use it to be my guideline. I’ll put it on your head like this. Ta-da. Now I’ll use the scissors. Siha, look up. Look at me. Look at me. Good. Look at me. (Siha is nervous.) I’ll be careful. Good. Look at me. Look at Dad. Taegyu, isn’t that too short? I just need to cut a little bit more. I’m almost done. (Snipping) Let me see. (Sticking out) (Taegyu lacks talent in hairstyling.) I’ll show you what your hair looks like. Here. Siha. Look. I’m curious to see what Siha will think. How is it? What if he doesn’t like it? (Please…) (Smiling) Do you like it? Do you like it? Are you happy? (Thank goodness) I think I cut it better than I thought. Let me take this off for you. Gosh. My goodness. There. Look at me, Siha. (Laughing) (He’s knocked down by his son’s laughter.) You like it, don’t you? (He’s satisfied with his cut.) (Giggling) He transformed from Siha to a little mushroom. We’ll take this bicycle. We’ll pass around some rice cakes to our neighbors. Are you excited? (Siha’s high-frequency scream) (My son is excited.) We just moved less than two weeks ago. We should say hello to our neighbors. We can’t greet people empty-handed. We ordered rice cakes to hand out to our neighbors. Dad, let’s go. Okay, I’m getting on. Are you okay? Let’s go! Okay. Let’s go! Let’s go. (The Bong family is off to hand out rice cakes.) (Giggling) How is it? Isn’t it super fun? Yes. – Go. / – Go, go, go. (Siha is excited to go out with his dad.) (He lets out another powerful scream.) (What is that?) – What’s over there? / – A peacock. – Bird. / – Is it a bird? Are there birds? (I found another one.) Hello. (He’s screaming at everything he sees.) – Are you happy? / – I’m happy. (This father and son are so sweet.) When the weather gets warm like this, new leaves will come out and flowers will bloom. – Spring. / – Yes, it’s spring. How cute. – Hello. / – Hello. – You should say hello. / – How cute. Hello. What’s your name? Bong Siha. – Bong Chiah? / – Bong Siha. Bong Siha? How cute. The child must be a girl. – He’s a boy. / – He’s a boy. – He looks like a girl. / – How old are you? – How old are you? / – Are you five? – He’s four. / – I see. – He looks familiar. / – It’s Kim Taeho. That’s a producer’s name. – I’m Bong Taegyu. / – Bong Taegyu? – I’m a celebrity. / – Are you? – I’ll work harder. / – Okay. – Thank you. / – I’ll watch out for you. – What a great man. / – Bye. Thank you. Let’s go. We’re at the rice cake place. – Let’s go together. / – Okay. What? (What is it?) Here. Siha. Where did you leave your shoe? Gosh. They lost Siha’s shoe. (Taegyu is startled.) Siha, your shoe… Why didn’t you tell me your shoe fell off? (Me?) There is a fountain here. We can come visit later. – Okay? When summer comes, / – Shoe, off. – it turns into a stream. Right? / – Shoe, shoe. Is it this way? This way? Your shoe… – Do you remember? / – Yes. Do you remember where? You have to tell me. (They retrace and search their path.) (Did they find it?) Is your shoe here? – No, a pine cone. / – What? Did you see a pine cone? You surprised me. I thought you found it. – Pine cone. / – Yes, a pine cone. But we’re looking for your shoe right now. (Worried) What? (What is that?) – Shoe. / – Shoe? Where? We found it. (They’re miraculously back together.) (He also has his smile back.) – Did you know it fell? / – Yes. That’s amazing, Siha. Here. High-five. Yes. (His happy scream) Let’s go. (Siha is more excited after finding his shoe.) Siha, you’re so fast. Hello. – Hello. / – Hello. We came to pick up our phone order. Say hello. Good job. It’s not easy to pick up rice cakes. Water. Water. Here. Go get water. Good. Good. Dad! Thank you. (He takes care of his dad first.) That’s refreshing. (I’ll drink after Dad.) Good. Thank you. Good. I enjoyed your drama. It was really scary. – Thank you. / – I’m watching it online. Siha grabs a rice cake sample. He takes care of the cameramen first. Thank you. (It’s nothing.) He’s picking another piece for someone else. (Siha likes to share.) After giving everyone a piece, Siha finally helps himself to one. I’m a fan. May I get your autograph or a photo? Of course. I can do everything for you. I’ll get a picture. Siha. Siha. Look at how amazing your dad is. – Watch. / – Your dad is really cool. (Why are they taking a picture?) This is so cool. I never took – a picture with a star. / – Really? Thank you. – He’s so cute. / – Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We’ll enjoy the rice cakes. – Take care. / – Bye. – Rice cakes. / – Okay, I’ll give you one. Hold one and follow me. Let’s hand some out to these stores first. I like that. Salon. – Hello. / – Hello. – We just moved here. / – I see. – He looks like you. / – You look like Dad. – Did you just move in? / – Yes. How adorable. Come get your haircut here next time. Okay. Did you get your bangs cut? – I cut it. / – Did you? – Did Dad cut it? / – I stuck – tape on his hair. / – My goodness. You can’t do it like that. I don’t know how to do it. Did your dad do this? – You get 70 points. / – Really? That’s a high score. Thank you. See you later. Take care. – Hello. / – Hello. Have one. – We just moved in. / – Thank you. – Have a rice cake. / – Hello. – It’s Hakbeom. Hakbeom. / – Wait. (When Hakbeom approaches,) (some people move away.) Are you running away because of my character? Is it because of my drama character? – Yes. / – I’m scary to be near. Enjoy it. – Thank you. / – Thank you. Bye. Siha, we’re going to give this rice cake to someone very important. – Hello. / – Say hello. He’s the most important person here. Hello. Here’s a rice cake. – I saw your drama. / – I see. – Here. We just moved in. / – Great. Are you a girl or a boy? – You’re so cute. / – Hello. Thank you for all your work. – Salute. / – Salute. Thank you. (They finished handing out rice cakes.) (Jiyong and Seungjae are looking miserable.) What do we do? We only have 11 dollars left now. – 11 dollars? / – Yes. Let’s play and eat food. Do you want to buy food with this? After that, we can buy snacks. This isn’t a lot of money. You don’t know the value of money yet. What do we do? (Is he hungry?) Let’s go. Let’s go. I’ll take you somewhere delicious with this. Is it pizza? (What can we eat with this?) Dad, I see octopuses. Let’s eat an octopus. Webfoot octopus. (Seungjae found webfoot octopuses.) Do you want to see it? A webfoot octopus? It’s a webfoot octopus. – He’s not scared. / – Gosh. Dad, let’s eat fish. There are many webfoot octopuses. – Yes, there are many. / – It’s 50 dollars for 1kg. (All he has is 11 dollars.) – Do you want to eat? / – We’ll come eat it next time. – Bye. / – Bye. (They make their way out.) Dad, I’m hungry. – Are you hungry? / – Yes. What should we eat? Let’s see. Let’s choose a menu. That’s when something caught Jiyong’s eyes. (What is it, Dad?) There is a Chinese place. – It’s only three dollars. / – Three dollars? Let’s go. This is the place. Come on. (As soon as they sit down,) (he checks the price again.) (Three dollars in cash) (It’s a beautiful price.) (I told you to trust me.) Please order sweet and sour fork. – Sweet and sour fork. / – Sweet and sour pork? Yes. Sweet and sour pork. Sweet and sour pork? (His eyes lost their way.) Sweet and sour pork? (That’s when something catches his eyes.) Jiyong found another destined menu. Then we’ll eat a set menu. We’ll have noodles and sweet and sour pork. Sweet and sour fork. – Set number one, please. / – Sure. Shall we play a game while we wait? Let’s name things that start with “Ko”. – Okay. / – Ready, go. Mackerel. Icicle. Eel. That starts with “Kom”, not “Ko”. – Aunt. / – Uncle. Sweet potato. Sweet potato chips. (My name is Ko Seungjae.) (I need to turn the tables around.) Ko Jiyong. (He cannot continue.) I win. You’re really good at this. Did you learn it at kindergarten? – Mom taught me. / – Did Mom teach you? (The food is here.) – Thank you. / – Enjoy. (A happy meal that only costs 10 dollars.) I love jjajangmyeon the most. (Eating) (He’s stuffing himself with jjajangmyeon.) (What a good eater.) – Why aren’t you eating? / – Me? I don’t like jjajangmyeon. – Is it hot? / – Yes. (He’s busy looking after Seungjae.) (Seungjae is happy to have jjajangmyeon.) – Is it good? / – Yes. (Jiyong didn’t eat while asking Seungjae how it was.) (I don’t like jjajangmyeon.) (Thinking) It’s good. – I know you like it. / – No, I… I can’t digest today, so I won’t eat it. (I already know you’re lying.) (Eating) – Is it good? / – It’s good. Aren’t you hungry? I’m full from watching you eat. I’m finished! (They finished their 10-dollar meal.) Let’s go. Let’s go. (The bakery smells nice.) Buy me a bread. Seungjae, I only have a dollar left. We can’t buy bread with this. – Let’s eat this. / – What? – This. / – What? – What is it? / – It’s really delicious. I’ll have coffee. You can have hot chocolate. (Pressing) What is this? (It won’t budge.) It must be broken. (It looks strange.) There are spiderwebs inside. Nothing is working out for Jiyong today. Why? Let’s go. We have 50 cents left now. What is this? – We can’t buy anything anymore. / – Okay. Let’s take the 50 cents home and put it in your piggy bank. – Okay? / – Okay. – Let’s look at the sea one last time and go. / – Okay. We’re broke and it’s cold. – Aren’t you cold? / – I’ll watch the seagulls. (Am I the only one who’s cold?) (He goes to ask for some snacks.) Do you want to try? Watch me. You have to go like this. The bird didn’t eat it. Hello? – Hello? Are you home? / – Hey. No, I just finished. I’m leaving now. – Is that so? / – Yes. Where are you? – I lost my wallet. / – What? – I lost my wallet. / – What will you do? It’s okay. I’ve canceled all of my cards. (Seungjae is spending some time with seagulls.) – Throw it into the ocean. / – Do you want bread? This is a strawberry bread with a rabbit picture. – Thank you. / – Enjoy. Dad, where are you? I’m coming. (Rushing) Let’s hurry. Bread, bread, bread. Let’s go. (He rushes toward Jiyong.) – Where did you get this? / – She gave it to me. – Is it a gift? / – Yes. – Rabbit bread. / – Is it a rabbit bread? You can eat it. You should eat it since you didn’t eat. Should I eat it? – You should eat it. / – Should I eat it? – Yes. / – What about you? I’m full. – Are you full? / – Yes. (Proud) Half. (Jiyong breaks it in half.) You can have the bigger piece. (I’m okay.) (They’re sharing even a piece of bread.) Was it tiring to travel with me? It was fun to travel with you. I liked talking with you too. Did you like it? I liked it too. What did you enjoy the most? Eating jjajangmyeon. – Was it fun to eat? / – Yes. I’m sorry we couldn’t have something nicer. Cheer up, Dad. (Their spring trip draws to an end.)

Glenn Chapman

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  1. So im just gonna leave some comments here. First bruhh sian's mum is the luckiest woman duh. I would feel grateful and will not asking more if i get a husband like donggook & children like the 5 siblings. Second, the new baby, siha is so cuteee ! He got a bright smile guess he get from his dad and im pretty sure he will grow up to be a handsome guy but ofcourse not in tht hairstyle 😂 he is so sweet and kind too. He remind me to seungjae, the original pure hearted icon. And lastly, YASSS PETITION FOR KBS AND TROS TEAM PLS BE KIND TO SEUNGJAE AND FAMILY. SEUNGJAE DESERVE SCREENTIME MORE ! HE IS PRECIOUS PLS TAKE A GOOD CARE OF THEM.

    K thnk you.

  2. And yasss the eps feel empty without twins 😣 im happy tht their mom frequently update her ig with twins photos & videos

  3. I literally almost puked from second hand emberassment for Dongguk at the dance class lmao… Severe social anxiety is great

  4. I cried when Sam and his mom talked about what they really feel. 😭

  5. Their thighs literally got bultaroune at 7:52 lmao 😂😂😂

  6. Siha is so cute & his mom is so beautiful even when she has just woken up wow.

  7. Ga selucu daehan, minguk, manse dan sarang 😭😭
    Kangen mereka kecil lagi

  8. "Are you okay?" "No."
    Siha is my new favorite. 😂 He's so cute. 😂💗

  9. Siha's facial features and smile reminds me of Bang Chan and his dolphin screams remind me of I.N. 😂😂💗 Hi there co-SKZ stans! 😂💗

  10. Siha has such good manners. I realized that he was taught that the elders should eat first before he does. Aigoo. I already love this kid. 💗

  11. Jiyong can be really clumsy. First his phone, now his wallet. Hahaha

  12. Jagiya where are you going lmao siha soooooo adorable I want to adopt him

  13. Idk why but Taegyu reminds me of Tyler Down,I mean he's kinda look like Devin Druid.

  14. https://superman-returns-playlist.tumblr.com
    https://open.spotify.com/user/22q75mb7xosy5ncjijcjyvqii/playlist/0bS6KvBNQ698229UHcFEI4?si=BGlUNp_xQjib-M_ThxvLuQ

    1:05 Yes I Am by Mamamoo

    1:45 Midsummer Night's Christmas by Oh My Girl

    2:20 Cherry Blossom Ending by Busker Busker

    4:02 Beautiful Freaks by Hot Chelle Rae

    7:44 오렌지에이드 by Marmalade Kitchen (마멀레이드 키친)

    7:53 Fire by Bangtan Sonyeondan

    8:06 Highway Star

    8:25 Fire by Bangtan Sonyeondan

    11:40 Super Mario by Yellow String Boys

    14:55 Step by Step by New Kids On The Block

    15:37 Empty by Winner

    17:06 Fxxk It by Big Bang

    17:28 Wrapped Up by Olly Murs

    18:49 Yellow Submarine by Yuki Izumine

    19:26 Games People Play by Inner Circle

    20:54 A New Beginning by Lucy & The Cloud Parade

    21:37 Stand By Your Man by Heike Makatsch

    21:55 We Found Love by Rihanna featturing Calvin Harris

    23:18 Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson featturing Bruno Mars

    25:25 사르르 (Sarr) by 효정

    26:20 Snow Flower by Park Hyo Shin

    26:55 Penny Lane by The Beatles

    28:00 Rico Vacilon by Karl Zéro

    28:37 Sex And The City theme by Mask

    31:36 Java Jive by The Manhattan Transfer

    34:43 Number 1 by Two Month

    35:35 My Only One by Mocca

    44:49 그는 by Marmalade Kitchen (마멀레이드 키친)

    45:39 I Will Always Love You by Whitney Housten

    47:24 봉쥬르 쥬템므 by Ex

    55:30 본 아뻬띠 by Yangpa 양파

    56:16 Hot by 1TYM

    57:08 I'm A Frek by Enrique Iglesias featturing Pitbull

    1:00:23 Happily Ever After by David Choi

    1:02:51 Goosebumpbs by Meghan Trainor

    06:48 All I Want by Philip Sayce

    09:02 A Thousand Years by Christina Perri

    13:33 Victory by 페퍼톤스 & 현민

    16:50 Work This Body by Walk The Moon

    18:18 Na Ireonsaramiya by Huyn Ji Young

    19:29 Mind Your Manners by Chiddy Bang Feat. Icona Pop

    24:00 To my mother & Observation & Wait for me by G.O.D (지오디)

    27:15 Spring Breeze by Lee Moonsae

  15. Ohhhh!!! I know the new family, they also did this other show but I forgot what it’s called

  16. Omg I cried when Sams mom said that they’ll not see them grow up!!!!😭😭😭😭

  17. Lol i thought siha was a girl like
    And when i first saw haru I thought she was a boy

  18. there’s bts song oho🖤💫 and why sungjae be more cute 😍😍 i miss the twin😭😭😭

  19. no original family.. i miss the old days. the triplets and the twins ㅠㅠ

  20. Ahh, used to see the trams on The Sullivans. Tom Sullivan used to catch it on the way to work, before he joined the army.
    Also, Jan Russ (William's Gran): You're a casting director. Why not just cast So Jisub in your next project? Then you can see him every day. Happy Jan.

  21. Even though I am also living in Melbourne, I see new things and places where I should visit thanks to Sam and his family!! ❤️ William’s Nana is so lovely and beautiful inside and out! I am crying watching the show as she was having such a deep conversation with Sam! I wish you a healthy long life!! You are such a blessing for William and Bentley! They will see how much you love them one day when they re-watch this show when they grow up!

  22. I’m confused, what is Sian wearing? Anyways he still looks cool 😂❤️

  23. Thou i like the new family, siha is just sooo cute. But im still missing the twins. After i watch all the eps ill be rewatching starting from eps 1.

    The bonding that the original families had can never be topped. 😭😭

  24. Shiha you're a big boy now. Finally able to see you properly. Your dad really loves you a lot. I'm surprise seeing Bong going to have second baby. And still good in cooking for his wife and son

  25. I want more episode with Nana! She's like nationwide Grandma and I love her :))

  26. Sam's mother and I we could totally be friends, I love So JiSub too and I LOOOVE "I'm Sorry, I Love You" such a great taste !! ahah

  27. Anyone here happened to know the title of the piano song at the background at 1.04.55 ? Please let me know 🙂

  28. I think after the twins and daebak , I dont think i will be following the show anymore ..

  29. La abuelita de William me conmueve demasiado, no me imagino lo difícil que debe ser para ella estar separada de su familia! Me alegra que pasaran un buen tiempo y que disfrutara a sus nietos n.n

  30. Is it just me that the women in 23:17 looks like Rose of blankpink the women in glasses wearing white shirt😄😄 just sharing 😆😆😆

  31. The story of sam and his mother n this episode is quite touching…
    🙂

  32. Idk what it is about that certain smile Donggook sometimes does – it like seems kinda shy but so sincere and pretty omg 💕

  33. Sam’s mom is so awesome 💕 I know it must be hard not being able to see her son and then her little grandsons. And then when she does see them, William doesn’t really know too much English so he can only really say “Nana” (which is cute) and then Sam has to split a little of his time speaking Korean so that he can talk a bit with William but I mean I actually got a little teary eyed myself when she admitted the hardest part was not being able to see them grow up. 😭😭😭

  34. I used to watch I'm Sorry, I Love You back in HS. I feel you Mama Hammington, he's my fave too <3

  35. The shot of Jiyong and Seungjae sitting on the beach after he lost his wallet if funny because it shows just how similar the two are.

  36. I'm sorry but hahahahahahahahaha i can hear seventeen playing on the bg at 6:05

  37. Now that I see it closely, William looks like his Nana more than his Appa.

  38. Seeing Williams grandma made me cry, I wish Sam will bring her to Korea so they can be together x

  39. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  40. Me watching return of superman…
    Mom: You left your shorts in my room…
    Me (walking in): Hahaha… My bad
    Me (Walking out): 😑😑 How dare you interrupt me while im watching return of superman…

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