The Return of Superman episode 142, “Who Is Your Father?” It’s early in the morning at Donggook’s house. They say good morning to the cameramen. (You’re here early.) (They start the day by attacking the tent.) (Hello) (He smiles.) You’re in trouble. (He moves here and there.) (Sian plays peek-a-boo with the cameraman.) (Shall I give the cameraman a present?) Oh my, he sends him a heart using his fingers. He must be happy to see the cameraman. (He smiles shyly.) Sian, what’s this? It’s a fish. A fish. What’s this? – An apple. / – An apple. – An apple. / – What’s this? A chicken. No, it isn’t. It’s a cat. What’s this? (She gives him a hint with a pantomime.) Water. (He has a good sense of guessing.) Okay, then. What’s this? A bus. (It’s a bus.) What’s this? Dog. How did you know that? (He’s good with word quizzes now.) I got it. Let’s do this. Banana. (It’s not an exclamation.) Seola, Sua. Hey, guys. Did all of you sleep well? – Here. / – Yes. What kind of dream did you have? I had a beautiful dream. Wow, you had a beautiful dream? I dreamed of a tiger. Did you? What did the tiger do? – It roared. / – That’s scary. (Am I scary, too?) Look at this. Daddy, why does it hurt here? Where does it hurt? I got a mosquito bite. – Did you get a mosquito bite? / – Yes. I’ll hit the mosquito! Go and hit the mosquito. Sian, catch the mosquito. (The youngest gets ready to take action.) (He pretends to hit the mosquito.) Where are the mosquitoes? Catch them. (He realizes that he made him do something ridiculous.) Catch them again. You should jump and catch them. That’s good. – That’s good. / – Flies and mosquitoes are the same. There’s a mosquito on me. There’s a mosquito here. You got it. There’s one here, too. You have a mosquito here. (Donggook is teasing him.) Here. There’s one here, too. (This scene is familiar.) That’s good. There’s one on your forehead. (Although they are different in looks,) (his actions are similar to a comedian.) You should hit it harder. Right. Hit it harder. (He’s the mosquito terminator.) Daddy, why do we have so many bugs here? Taekwondo! Your eyes are alive. (Impressed) Taekwondo! Try it again. Taekwondo! (Taekwondo is now taking over Jeonju.) – Low block! / – Low block! (Is that how you do a low block?) Face block! – Face block! / – Good job. – Low block! / – Low block! I guess you don’t know it yet. Low block! (Don’t you know how to do a low block?) (He’s full of energy.) Did you do the low block? Stand up and do taekwondo. Go! Sian, show me your kick. (Let’s start with the front kick!) Front kick. (Sian’s front kick, Lesson 1: Look straight ahead.) (Sian’s front kick, Lesson 2: Make a 90-degree angle.) Side kick! That’s good. (Sian’s side kick, Lesson 1: Look to your side.) (Sian’s side kick, Lesson 2: Make a 180-degree angle.) (The two kicks are clearly different.) – Low block! / – Block! (Block!) (That’s too cute to be a block.) You did a good job. (Kicking) I don’t think you all learned it properly yet. Daddy! Suddenly, Jaesi wakes up and appears. Jaesi woke up. She is a sleepyhead. (Although their taekwondo wasn’t perfect…) Let’s start the morning exercise properly! (We’re confident with dancing.) (The siblings start their morning exercise.) (The twins start first.) (He exercises, too.) (Sian finishes his warm up.) Now it’s time for Sian’s favorite song. (What’s this song?) (It’s my theme song, “Pick Me”.) (Sian starts dancing.) (Sian is very excited.) (He moves to the rhythm.) ♪ I want you pick me up ♪ (The song reaches its peak.) (The twins are still energetic.) (But Sian is quickly exhausted.) Sian burnt himself out. And now, let’s move on to the twins. (The twins are full of energy.) (In front of the twins is…) Please look after Dad. (It’s the popular girl group, Twice.) You should visit your parents’ workplace, share your happy virus with everyone, then take a picture and glue it here. Do you know what I do for a living? – You work at a broadcasting station. / – That’s right! You got it right. What does Dad do at the broadcasting station? He plays soccer and baseball. Do I play soccer and baseball? – Really? / – Am I a sports player? (He nods his head.) Give these to Dad’s co-workers and ask them to look after Dad well. That’s what you need to do today. All right! Say hello. Good job. Thank you. Please take good care of Dad. Please take good care of Dad. – Good boy. / – Sure. – Please look after Dad. / – With both hands! Thank you. Let’s go this way. Look. What’s this? We’ve been here before. (Two years ago, for the Korean Thanksgiving special,) (the children all got together at the KBS annex.) (It’s Seoeon two years ago.) Give it to him. Good boy. (Back then, they were babies who couldn’t talk yet.) Good job. (Back then, they were babies who couldn’t talk yet.) I’ve met that friend before. – Right. / – That’s Seojun. Here’s Seojun. Where’s Dad? Right. Where’s the crab? – Crab? / – Yes, the crab. – Here. / – Right. Let’s walk like a crab like this. (Let’s walk like a crab since you found it.) – Crab. / – Crab. (He’s detailed in imitating a blue crab.) (Seojun, where are you going?) Hi! (Hey, they’re pretty.) (It’s the popular girl group, Twice.) – How are you? / – Hello. Please take good care of Dad. (Why are they so breathtakingly cute?) – Please take good care of Dad. / – Seoeon, you too. Are you giving it to me? (They succeeded in spreading their happy virus.) (He claps his hands.) – Give them a wink. / – Give us a wink. (Shall we show you our charms?) Good job. (They are delighted.) – Seojun, give them a wink. / – Go on. (It’s not that my eyes hurt.) Good job. (It’s definitely a wink.) (But do you even know who they are?) (Twice is a girl group who made their debut in 2015.) (In 2016,) (they ranked first for 5 solid weeks on Music Bank.) (Their song was in the top 10 for 14 weeks in a row.) (Twice is on a road to success.) – What do you want to see? / – Guys, move forward. I will be a cute child. What’s your name? – My name is Lee Seoeon. / – Good job. You should ask their names. – I am Nayeon of Twice. / – She’s Nayeon. – I am Jihyo of Twice. / – She’s Jihyo. – I am Sana of Twice. / – She’s Sana. My name is Seojun. Give them a formal bow. (He feels great to meet them.) My name is… My goodness. (I give you all my love.) (Nayeon, I will not let you go.) Are you happy? Who am I? (He can’t remember.) – He’s a baby. / – I don’t know. You don’t know? Shall I tell you again? – My goodness. / – Oh, no. (He bumps into a glass wall.) (He’s distracted by the pretty members.) Are you all right? (He doesn’t cry and acts brave.) Seojun! (Let’s play.) – Catch me! / – Seojun. It’s the twins’ favorite game, the game of tag. The members of Twice try their best to catch the twins. It seems like it’s the happiest they’ve ever been. (Two of Twice’s members go after the twins.) (Seoeon throws his chasers off.) (Catch Seojun if you can.) (There’s an unwritten rule to this game.) (You should never catch them first.) (Wait until they get exhausted.) Your stamina is amazing. This is nothing. This is really nothing. This is your chance to do something for them. Pick one. That’s right. You have to do what’s written there. – One. / – Let’s have a look. – “Sing a song”. / – “Sing a song”. You have to sing a song. How about Twice’s song? Try singing “Cheer Up”. (Is she talking about this?) (This is the main choreography of “Cheer Up”.) (Shy shy shy) (The main choreography is the cute hand movement.) – Ready, go. / – ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ (He does the main choreography.) (How is he so adorable?) ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ (They dance based on their preferences.) ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ (Do you really like the girls that much?) (Kissing) (He also gives Jihyo a kiss.) (Nayeon receives two kisses.) – What’s your fan club’s name? / – It’s called Once. I would like to apologize to Once. (Hwijae apologizes to Once for his kids.) Can we play with the kids for a while? Of course. I’ll be very grateful. – Shall we eat ice cream? / – Spend time with them. I’ll be waiting here. It’s Nayeon. (Sad) Let’s do it again. One, two, three! (The twins head out with the girls.) – One more time. / – Do you like it? – Yes. Let’s do it one more time. / – One, two, three! (They’ve already become close with the members.) (They made new friends at their dad’s workplace.) What ice cream do you guys like? – Chocolate ice cream. / – Chocolate. – How about Seoeon? / – Banana. Banana. – Jump! / – Jump! Who wants to order? (Seojun raises his hand.) Will you order for us, Seojun? – Excuse me. / – Say it louder. – Excuse me! / – Excuse me! We’ll have two honey ice creams and a persimmon slush. – I like honey. / – Do you like honey, Seoeon? (It’s the sound of ice being shaved.) – What’s that? / – How noisy. – Gosh, it’s noisy. / – It’s noisy. (I want to cover my ears, too.) (The sound of ice being shaved has stopped.) – It’s over now. / – It’s over. (Clapping) Why did you come to the broadcasting station? We work at the broadcasting station. We know the broadcasting station, too. – Is that so? / – Do you really? Our dad works there, too. – Is that so? / – We work there, too. What’s a broadcasting station? It’s where Dad works. – I see. / – It’s where your Dad works. I pooped a while ago. – Did you poop? / – Yes. Do you like poop? Did you poop too, Seojun? You didn’t? (What?) Seojun pooped a round-shaped one a while ago. – Did you? / – Did you do that, Seojun? Seojun, are you shy? Are you embarrassed? (Nodding) – I’m shy, too. / – You’re shy, too? – Are you shy? / – You’re shy? Do this when you’re shy. ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ – ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ / – Go ahead. ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ (Just then, Seojun tries to do it but stops.) Do you want to try, Seojun? ♪ Shy, shy, shy ♪ (He does the choreography.) (Smiling) – Your order is here. / – Thank you. Wow, let’s clap! Go ahead and take a bite, Seoeon. (The eldest tries it first.) – Is it good? / – Is it good? Seojun, can you give me some? (Nayeon earnestly asks for some ice cream.) (If it’s for Nayeon,) (I don’t think I can give any.) I guess not. (He thinks carefully.) Is it good? (She did take care of me, though.) (If it’s for Nayeon,) (I surely…) (won’t give her any.) (He plays around with her.) You guys must love it. (The ice cream is very precious to Seojun.) Who’s this? – It’s Seojun. / – Seojun. – Then, who’s this? / – Me. Who’s more good looking? – Me. / – Are you more handsome? – How about Seojun? / – He’s weird. (Surprised) – He’s weird? / – He’s weird? (You know I’m joking, right?) I’m cute. – You’re cute? / – You’re cute? Who’s cuter, Seojun? I’m cute. – Are you? / – I’m cute. How about me? – You look like a boar. / – I’m a boar? – Yes. / – Do I look like a boar? You look like a boar. (Upset) You’re pretty. (You’re actually pretty.) He said you’re pretty. How about me, Seoeon? – You’re pretty. / – Am I pretty? – How about me? / – You’re pretty. He said everyone’s pretty. (They need to take a picture together.) Guys, look over here. Look here. One, two, three! – One, two, three! / – One, two, three! The members of Twice made the twins happy. Meanwhile, what’s happening at this noisy place? (There are twins here, too.) – Let’s do this. / – ♪ You’re my life partner ♪ (Why are they with Songhae?) ♪ You’re life’s greatest present ♪ (Three hours before the incident…) The kids know how to play. (They start by making bean paste stew.) That’s good, Seoheun. Haeun has become a lady now. (Elegant) – She’s more grown up now. / – Really? Isn’t that right? That’s right. They’ve grown a lot. (Seoheun, it’s good to see you!) My goodness. (Seoheun also looks happy to see her.) Gosh. (When you greet someone, you should pull their hair.) Hey! She’s your friend. (I did it because I was glad to see you.) (Every time I see you,) (I strangely want to pull your hair.) (It’s my way of showing affection.) Hold on. (It’s my way of showing affection.) (They’re all mine.) Babysitting requires stamina. They start babysitting by eating breakfast. – Thank you for the meal. / – Thank you. (It’s really good.) Do you remember when I took Joy – to a concert? / – Yes, I remember. People were very worried. – Because of the noise? / – Because of her ears. – Because she’s too young. / – If it’s not too loud, – it’s okay. / – I think it’d be fun. – They should listen to music. / – That would be fun. (Screaming) Do you know the “National Singing Contest”? The “National Singing Contest”. They’re holding it in Gangnam this time. – Yes, I saw the sign. / – I see. – I saw the banner. / – We can go there to relax and listen to music. We can let the kids enjoy music, too. It would be fun. And… (Since we’re on the subject…) “National Singing Contest”. (Bell ringing) National! (The program’s been around for the longest time.) (It’s a huge party filled with warmth.) (Are they going to the “National Singing Contest”?) – Let’s go. / – Okay. – Okay, this is great. / – Let’s go! (Screaming) (They repeat unanimously.) Jeon Ingwon is here. (Jeon Ingwon is in the house!) (She shouts with soul.) – I feel alive after coming out. / – Go straight. Go straight! This is exciting. Are we going to the concert? Yes, that’s right. I’ve never seen it in person, so I’m really excited. ♪ On top of the green meadow ♪ ♪ I’ll build a picturesque house ♪ (Joy is sleeping.) ♪ I want to live there for a long time ♪ (The representative of “National Singing Contest”…) “National Singing Contest” is all about Songhae. He’s a treasure among all the MCs. He was born in 1927. (Songhae turns 90 years old this year.) He was born in 1927. – There’s a generation gap. / – Of course. (Songhae and the kids have a major age difference.) There will also be guest singers there, right? There must be trot singers. Usually, Mr. Tae Jina would come. Hye Eunyi, too. – Hyunsook, too. / – “Hello, it’s Hyunsook”. – You’re good. / – “Hello.” “I’m trot singer, Hyunsook.” (They’re almost there.) The party has already started. Everyone who knows how to party have gathered. Are you ready to have some fun? I’m the MC of “National Singing Contest”. I’ll start by introducing myself. Hello, I’m Songhae. Hello, everyone! (They also make their appearance.) Hyunsook is here to perform for you. It’s “Life’s Tip”. (The exciting show begins.) (Including Joy who enjoys concerts,) (Seoheun and Haeun) (are enjoying it as well.) (They stand out conspicuously.) (Three men are wearing baby carriers.) (He glances at them.) (Hyunsook’s stage is filled with energy.) (As soon as the song ends,) (people show their appreciation.) As I was listening to the song and doing this, something caught my eyes. I will invite them onto the stage. Can you please give them a hand? Come on up! The three dads over there with the kids, come on out. Please come up. (Perplexed) Are we supposed to go? (The audience cheer as they enter the stage.) Gosh. The three dads are here. You guys saw them on TV, right? Right. Come on up! My gosh. Some sleek actors are here. Yes, hello. Introduce yourselves. Give them a round of applause. Hello. We’re from The Return of Superman, and my name is Oh Jiho. Nice to meet you! Hello, I’m In Gyojin. Nice to meet you! Hello, I’m from Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu. I’m Joy’s dad, Yang Donggeun. (That’s how you should do it!) You were a child actor, right? Yes, I’ve been on broadcast since I was nine years old. – Thank you. / – Yes. (They are less nervous thanks to Donggeun.) How do you take care of the kids? Since we’re seeing you with them, how do you take care of them? Isn’t it hard? Since it’s tiring for us to do it all by ourselves, – the three of us / – Yes. – take care of them together / – Yes. – at one place for three days. / – Is that so? – You don’t remember, right? / – What? There are some parts that I remember and some I don’t. When you come on “National Singing Contest”, you need to sing a song. We should hear them sing. – But we’re here to greet. / – Have you sung before? – Well… / – Have you sung here before? I haven’t sung before, but Donggeun is a singer. – If there’s a singer, / – Go on. you shouldn’t sing together. – Should we just do it together? / – Should we? Can we sing a full song? – Do you want to sing a full song? / – Yes. That’s great. Then, sing away! What will you sing? (What should we sing?) What’s the song? (He whispers, “Life Partner.”) (Why are they passing it secretly?) Say it over here. It’s here. My goodness. – What is it? / – Okay. – We’re all in this together. / – Right. – So we’ll sing “Life Partner”. / – “Life Partner”. It’s “Life Partner”, everyone! (Everyone stands up as the song begins.) (How did this happen?) (Shake it.) (The three of them make a stage debut.) (Nervous) (Uncle, follow the rhythm.) (Gosh, I forgot the lyrics.) (When you’re unsure, you should scream.) (We’ll sing along to it.) (His confidence) (is restored.) (They are finally comfortable.) (As Gangnam’s atmosphere fills with excitement,) (they pass.) There you go! (We can’t end this here.) (Confused) They’re still singing! (Dad, relieve some stress!) (Guys, hold on.) (You’ve failed.) (Passing doesn’t mean anything to us.) (They were a hip-hop duo just a few weeks ago.) (Now they even have fun at a local party.) (We’ll enjoy it too.) (They return safely after finishing the show.) One more time. (Their performance reaches its end.) (How was our stage?) (They successfully made their debut.) Stay healthy, everyone! Thank you. My gosh, thank you. The babies don’t know anything yet. They’re just following along. I don’t have anything to give you. But, go to the bandmaster. You should at least get some money for milk. Give some money to them. (The bandmaster takes out his wallet.) – Money for milk. / – Money for milk. (They shout in unison.) Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. – Stay healthy, Sir. / – Thank you. – Stay healthy, everyone. / – Thank you for coming. Thank you. Goodness. (They could feel the warmth of the local people.) That was so nerve-wracking. Now I know why singers wear sunglasses. – We should’ve. / – I didn’t know where to look. He’s wearing a pair. We’re going to greet them, so behave. – All right. / – Let’s go. Let’s go! (It’s Hyunsook, the trot singer.) ♪ Hold it in three times and laugh three times ♪ – Hello. / – Hello. – Hello. / – Hi. – Hello. / – Hi. Hello. – Hi. / – It’s an honor. – You should greet her. / – Hi. (Smiling) – Seoheun. / – Yes. – Gosh. / – She needs to be a lady like you. – She’s not shy. / – Ma’am. Please make her into a good daughter. (You should be a good daughter.) If I knew this, I should’ve gotten married earlier. When will I have kids? – Grow up well, princesses. / – Thank you. They’re being good daughters right now. – Yes. / – That’s right. – Goodbye. / – Goodbye! – Bye! / – Goodbye. Stay healthy. Sian, Jaea is having a tennis competition today. (He’s wearing a shirt to cheer her on.) Seola and Sua, should we just see it? – Jaesi, say “Let’s go!” / – Let’s go! Seola, say “You can”! You can… – Now, say “Do”! / – Do… Sian. Sian? – Say, “It”. / – It. Let’s start! – Let’s go! / – Let’s go! – Seola, say “You can”. / – You can… – Say, “Do”. / – Hello! Say “It”. (It’s been a while, helicam.) Okay. That’s how you should do it. – Let’s go. / – Let’s do this! We can do it. (Jaea completes the registration for the match.) Jaea. (This is Donggook’s way of cheering for her.) – Focus only on the competition, okay? / – Okay. Should you focus on anything else? – I shouldn’t. / – That’s right. Do you want to see this? (A T-shirt to support her is a must.) (Let’s go, Jaea. You can do it!) (There’s one more important thing left.) I brought this for you. This is water filled with energy. This water carries all the energy. (Water filled with energy?) (Three hours ago) Three hours before the competition. Does this water contain mysterious power? (They’re just playing by the stream.) (This is fun.) (The kids are busy throwing stones.) Look at me, kids. Have a look at this. You should hold on to this. Hurry up and look. I can’t see anybody’s face. Look over here. I can’t see your face. (However) No, don’t do that. (Sian is obsessed with the rocks.) (There’s no other way.) (This is the only method left.) Sian! Hey! Look over here! (Confused) (Finally, he manages to take a photo.) Sian. (Donggook tries to play around with Sian.) (Splashing) (What?) (Donggook attacks first.) (It’s his second attack.) (Seriously, Daddy.) You can get out now. (He takes revenge with his facial expression.) Look at how he’s attacking me. (He aims) (and he shoots.) (The Stone War between father and son begins.) (The water splashes on him again.) (My gosh.) Sian, who did that to you? (I didn’t expect you’d do this, Daddy.) (You did it, Daddy.) (Teasing) You’re dead now. (He threatens him with a big rock.) (Surprised) You should apologize. (Seola attacks after watching for a while.) (I’ll just throw it.) (The water splashes on both of them.) I win. (I can’t stop him.) Shall we eat some watermelon? (Watermelons are a must after playing in the water.) There are seeds. (He makes peace with a piece of watermelon.) (They end their fight.) I don’t have any seeds. We came here for Jaea but you’re having all the fun. – I want the juice. / – Try it. – Seola, too. / – Here. – Me, too. / – It’s heavy. (He gets ready.) (Is this how you do it?) (Struggling) Seola. Help him drink that. Help him drink the juice. (He claps out of joy.) (His sisters help him drink the juice.) (He can’t even taste it.) Drink up. (Staring) – Did you drink it? / – No. He didn’t get to taste it. Help him drink it. (I’ll let you taste the juice.) (It’s better than nothing.) Wow. Look at this. (They set off to gather energy.) Look at this. The cheering squad for Jaea has arrived. What is that? (Mumbling) (We’ve come to the right spot.) This is a waterfall. – Waterfall. / – Waterfall. – It looks amazing, right? / – Yes. Catch it. (They gather good energy.) – Good. Gather the good energy. / – Okay. Look strong. (Let’s capture it in a photo.) Look strong. Look strong. Look strong. (He squeezed his hands) (then changed into an adorable pose.) (Jaea’s cheering squad visits the waterfall.) They captured the energy of the waterfall. What is this? – That? / – It’s a red pepper, right? – It’s red pepper. / – That’s spicy. – It’s spicy. / – Spicy. (We need that energy to win, too.) (They capture the energy in their mouths.) Sua, too. Go look. (He sits down to feast on it.) (Munching) – That’s enough. / – Daddy, come on. They captured heat and spiciness of pepper. Look at this. (They find a magical spring.) It’s a mineral spring. Mineral spring water? Do you want a sip? (They all drink the magical spring water.) Seola, too. (It’s cold.) Isn’t it cool? We need to gather energy from this, okay? (Magical spring water) They seal magical spring water, too. Sua. Seola. Swing your arms like this. (Let’s set off.) Like this, Sian. Come this way. It’s a place only for the brave. Come here. Who’s brave? Sua. They can see Seomjingang River 20m below. How courageous are they? I’m scared. (Will they be able to pass on their courage to Jaea?) Look at me. Like this. Look. (He courageously takes the safe path.) I’m courageous. You need to show Jaea that you’re brave. (Okay, I’ve made up my mind.) (Sian steps forward.) Sian took a step. (He takes a step on the glass section.) Sian took a step. Sian is the most courageous. (He’s better than Daddy.) Jaea. – Look at me. / – Jaea. Good luck. Jaea. You’re a man. (Seola starts off, too.) (She walks carefully.) While Seola takes careful steps, Sua’s face hardens as she watches Seola. Sua, are you all right? (Come to think of it,) (Sua was scared of the car because of the fumes.) Why? (She was scared of the toy because it moves.) (She hated) (crab’s claws.) (Moving fish frightened her.) (Sua is scared of all things in the universe.) It’s not scary. Come here. (Will she be able to cross over?) How can I cross it? – That’s it. / – Sua. Come here. Sua. (Gentleman Sian goes over to escort her.) Come on. Sian came over. That way isn’t scary. (Really?) Over here. Look at this. (Will Sua make it?) Sian, look at Daddy. Sian. (She took a step forward then stepped back.) (Crying) I’ll carry you across. I’m scared. (Daddy carries her over.) I’m scared. Stand over here. You guys look great. That’s great. You’re brave. Give energy to Jaea. Energy. (Good luck, Jaea.) – I think I might fall. / – Sian, look over here. Sua, it’s all right. Look at me. (She smiles awkwardly.) (Will they be able to capture this moment?) (Groaning) You were all looking at the camera for once. There’s no film. Could you wait just a little bit? (She’s not happy.) (He takes a picture after changing the file.) Pororo. Look strong. Look at me. Seola. (Can you please look to the front?) Kids. I’m losing my voice. Sua. (Turning) (They swap as if planned.) One after the other. (Although it’s not perfect, this will do.) They manage to capture courage as well. (They managed to capture these.) – Jaea. / – You can do it! You can do it! That’s it. I love that look in your eyes. (I love that look in your eyes.) Jaea, you can do it! – Good luck. / – Good luck. You can do it! (Sian also cheers for her.) That’s enough. Look powerful. (The cheering squad) They transmit the energy to Jaea. (Thanks, guys.) Gather energy and wish her luck. Jaea’s about to begin. – She’s going. / – She’s going in. (Go for it!) (Amidst the tension) I’m so nervous. Where is Epe? Where is Epe? Shall we go find Epe? Yes, Teacher. (What happened to Epe?) We received a letter. (They received a mysterious letter that morning.) Look. – It’s Epe. / – Right. It’s Epe. Epe’s in the car. – She’s crying. / – Right. Take the double-decker bus in front of the spacecraft in Dongdaemun. I love Epe. Do you love Epe? (Epe, hold on.) I love Epe. Daeul once left Epe at his kindergarten. I thought that it would be interesting to set off on an adventure to find Epe. It would take some courage. Since Soeul and Daeul would be on their own, I was curious how they would cope. (Wherever Epe is…) Wherever Epe is, Daeul would come however tough it is. – Good job. / – Good job. (Even if it’s a scary place…) Come up. He would go anywhere just for Epe. Soeul. Daeul. What do you think of the bus? (Can they save Epe again?) It looks superb. – Is it? / – Yes. – It’s the one in the photo, right? / – Yes. From here… (She looks around.) From here… (Soeul spots something.) What is this? Oh, my. Open the letter, Soeul. Let’s read the letter, Daeul. Take a look with Soeul. It’s King Sejong. I guess we need to go there. Epe must be in front of the statue. She’s crying. “Get off the bus and meet King Sejong.” – I’m scared. / – King Sejong. Okay? – You’ll find Epe, right? / – Yes. – Yes. / – Use the magnifying glass, okay? – Okay. / – Okay. Let’s go. – Let’s go. / – Let’s go. (Filming took place under the staff’s supervision.) We’ll meet Dad later. Do you want me to swing you like last time? Yes. Swing. Please take good care of them, Sir. – Goodbye. / – Goodbye. Detective Daeul is an expert on Epe. Detective Soeul is intelligent. They begin their investigation. (She thinks hard.) (This is suspicious.) Why is there a police officer here? (A police officer is in the edge of the photo.) Right? Look closely. What is it? Why is there a police officer? (The investigation becomes mysterious.) I think… I get it. The police arrested Epe! (That’s incredible reasoning power.) The police officer arrested her. I will go behind the statue of King Sejong. (Bumsoo arrives at Gwanghwamun.) I’ll keep watch there. (She feels the air after deducting.) This is mine. This is mine. – This is mine. / – This is mine. Pull your hat down so that it doesn’t fly away. Daeul, look at me. Let’s see where you look pretty. (You are making me blush.) In my opinion, you have beautiful eyes, mouth and nose. You have beautiful eyes. You have beautiful eyes, mouth and nose. All your features are beautiful. (Soeul loves Daeul.) Daeul, King Sejong made the Korean alphabet in the past. The Korean alphabet? I will keep a lookout for King Sejong’s statue. They pass the city hall and arrive at Gwanghwamun. Will they be able to meet Epe? It’s King Sejong! (They get off the bus safely with the driver’s help.) Here you are. Thank you. Bye. (They are commendable children.) Daeul, in order to go to the statue of King Sejong, we need to cross the road. Can you do that? – Yes. / – Let’s go. Since there are cars, you cannot take off. Let’s raise our hand. – Let’s raise our hands. / – Daeul, raise your hand. Okay. (Daeul raises his hand, too.) Where is Epe? Where is Epe? Shall we go find Epe? Yes, Teacher. (They arrive at Gwanghwamun Square.) Epe was here in the photo. Where is Epe? Epe. Epe. Epe isn’t here. (Epe has disappeared.) Let me take a look at the photo. This is definitely the place. Daeul, take a look. We are at the right place, right? – Yes. / – I don’t understand. We are at the right place. We are at the right place. (Bumsoo runs away when he sees them.) (Striding) There is a letter. (There is a letter at the spot where Epe was.) Wait a minute. Daeul, we need to take the underground train and a ferry. A ferry? Just where did she go? Let’s go. (There is no time to lose.) (Whimpering) Run! Run! (Running) (They need to go to Yeouinaru Station.) Let’s go. (They seem right on track.) What is that? (What caught Soeul’s attention?) Daeul. – Daeul, shall we do this? / – Yes. Okay. Let’s turn it. (She is definitely a six-year-old.) Come on. Daeul, give me a hand. (He rests his hand on the lever.) Why doesn’t it work? (She decides to ask for help.) Please help. Does it not work even when you put in money? I did put in money but I’m not strong enough. You’re not? It can be hard for children. – It came out. / – Here, Daeul. This is yours. – Do it once more. / – I want this one. Put in two coins and turn the lever hard. There you go. – Thank you. / – All right. Maybe we should buy a bottle of water. – Look at this. / – Let’s buy a bottle of water. (Soeul buys a bottle of water.) Please move out of the way for a second. Okay. Daeul, don’t go that way. – It’s a snack. / – Daeul, it’s a snack. – Let’s buy it. / – That one will be too heavy to carry. – I like it. / – You like it, right? I like it. – Do you want it? / – Yes. (She buys it for him.) We need water. – We need water. / – We have it. She bought it. She did? It is 3 dollars and 15 cents in total. (She pays accordingly.) – I have / – All right. – 15 cents. / – We bought these, too. We bought these. We paid for them already. – Thank you. / – We have snacks. Daeul, let’s go. (Soeul faces a ticket machine.) We need two tickets for children. (She can buy tickets on her own.) Let’s go, Daeul. (Following) (What should I do?) (His eyes are shifting.) Come. – I am scared. / – You can come now. It’s not scary. It’s not scary, Daeul. Hurry up and come. It’s not scary. (What was that?) Why would you be scared of that? It’s just a door. – Let’s go. / – It’s a door? – Come here. / – It’s a door. Daeul, let people get off first. Be careful. Daeul, isn’t this pretty? (Listening carefully) The announcement is telling us to be careful. (Every time the door opens) (Are we there?) This isn’t our stop. This isn’t our stop. Let’s eat snacks together. (The underground train feels like home now.) It’s tasty. (Eating snacks makes Daeul relax.) It’s not scary to take the underground train, right? (I am not scared because I am with you.) (The next stop is Yeouinaru.) (They arrive at Yeouinaru Station.) This is where Epe is. Epe. (Thinking about Epe makes him happy.) Epe. All right. Let’s get off. (They need to get off.) Daeul, watch your step. (Will Daeul be able to get off on his own?) (Stepping lightly) (It’s nothing for him.) (Proud) Soeul and Daeul arrive at Han River to save Epe. Will they be able to find Epe this time? – Hello. / – Hello. Welcome. Hello. (They walk with confidence.) Where is this? It’s the second floor. – Let’s go, Daeul. / – You can take the stairs, Let’s go up the stairs quickly. Where could she be? Let’s see. (Honking) (The sound of the horn halts their search.) It means the ship is taking off. (They took a bus, the underground train and a ferry.) (I will find Epe.) Epe must be sitting down since she is tired. Epe! (Epe isn’t there.) Epe! Daeul. Daeul. (Did she find Epe?) Epe is here. Is this your Epe? Epe. (Hugging) (It’s a touching reunion.) It’s Epe. We found Epe! (Detectives Soeul and Daeul cleared the mission.) Let’s sit down. (He is over the moon that he found Epe.) It would be even nicer if Dad is here, right? Bumsoo was with them the whole time. Here. Take one. (He approaches them with stealth.) Lee Soeul. Lee Soeul. – Dad, look at this. / – You found Epe. (He boasts about Epe.) Where did you find her? – Over there. / – Where was she? Here. (They give different statements.) Good job. (This mission improves problem solving ability.) Good job. Let me give you a round of applause. Look what I brought. (Did he prepare gifts for his children?) Look what I brought. The seagulls eat this. They eat this. Watch carefully. (It’s a gift for the seagulls.) – Did you see that? / – Yes. I want to eat it. – I want to eat it. / – This? Can people eat this? – I want to eat it. / – What do you want to eat? The fish. She developed a taste for anchovies in Chungju. (She ate continuously.) – Is it good? / – Yes. Soeul loves anchovies. Let me have some. (They are the big anchovies used for broth.) (Don’t eat my food.) I need to eat some. (Eating) (Would you like some?) Here. Eat it. There you go. Daeul, we barely have enough for ourselves. Eat them instead of giving it to the seagulls. May I eat these? (Now we know why Soeul is so smart.) (She consumes a lot of calcium.) Where are we? Is there a goblin behind the door? It’s where I change. What is this? What is this? What is this? What is this? It’s to cover my face when I use hair spray. This is where I get ready for work. Who wants to powder my face? – Me. / – Me. Give me a hand. That’s it. (It’s obvious they are no professionals.) Nose. Good. Put some on my forehead. – Forehead. / – All right. Hair. Don’t powder my hair. – I powdered my face. / – Don’t do that. It’s not for you. I want to do this for you. Are you styling my hair? Should I lower my head? (What is the concept for his hair today?) (It’s Eungsam’s hair.) (He is laughing so hard.) It’s not funny. It is funny. This is so much fun. (Is he fixing his hair?) You look strange. – How do I look? / – You look strange. – How do I look? / – You look strange. Come in. Is anyone inside? Are Seoeon and Seojun inside? – Yes. / – Yes. Hello. Can you guess who I am? (Who came to see them?) Hello. Can you guess who I am? Can you guess who I am? Isn’t he adorable? I am often on TV. He is Uncle Defconn. – Uncle Defconn. / – He is in a show we know. We were on “Two Days and One Night.” “Two Days and One Night.” – That’s right. / – Hello. I’m on “Two Days and One Night.” Hello. It’s nice to meet you. (He looks scary.) – Hello. / – Is he scary? – I am not scary. / – He is scary. – Is he scary? / – He is scary. Do you find me scary? He is not scary. Nice to meet you. I’ve known your dad for a long time. “Two Days and One Night.” – “Two Days…” / – “Two Days and One Night.” I can’t believe they are walking now. – Does that surprise you? / – Yes. – They run, too. / – You texted me often when they were crawling. – It was a time of struggle. / – “Don’t get married.” Hey! “Please babysit for me.” – He has a beard. / – He can even reach your chin. – He wants to touch your beard. / – My beard? – Come here. / – Try touching it. Come here and touch it. – Seoeon, touch it. / – Touch it. (They haven’t seen a beard in a while.) – There you go. / – What do you think? What do you think? Don’t pull it out. – What do you think? / – Does it look okay? Don’t pull it out. – Your dad doesn’t have this. / – I don’t have it. Your dad doesn’t have it. Only true men have it. Your dad lacks testosterone. Your dad doesn’t have a beard. Dad. Aren’t you glad that they grew up? You cried so much when they were babies. “What should I do?” It’s still a struggle. – Really? / – They don’t listen to me. They’re all grown up. – No, they are not. / – They speak Korean very well. Of course they do. They are Korean. I recently watched them say “Dad” on TV. – I was so surprised. / – Dad. You thought this day would never come. Now that they can talk, they don’t listen to me. It’s natural for them to be mischievous. Twins, you need to be nice to this uncle. Why do you say that? They might form a hip hop duo in the future. – The twins? / – That’s right. Boys, can you rap? Your outfits are cool. ♪ There are three bears in a house ♪ ♪ Daddy bear, mommy bear, baby bear ♪ ♪ Mommy bear is skinny ♪ Say, “Oh!” (We are not that close.) (He gave a hip hop performance by himself.) – Come here, Seoeon and Seojun. / – Go to him. You reacted very differently to Twice. Did they meet Twice? (Hesitant) – It was like a romance movie. / – They take after you. (Defconn attacks Hwijae’s DNA.) I have a question. (Seoeon studies Defconn.) Do you teach them English like other parents? We don’t teach them English. Come here. This is an expensive hat. I used my savings to buy it. (Screaming) (It’s a disaster.) Okay. (He’s suddenly flustered.) Did you say they’re all grown up since they can talk? See how wrong you were. (The twins are mischievous.) Come here. Don’t do that. It’s a new hat. It’s a new hat. Let’s be rational. There you go. My goodness. Thank you. (Don’t make fun of Dad.) (He’s surprised.) Come here. Hwijae, I don’t think I can get married. This is exhausting. Did they treat Twice the same way? (They defeated Defconn the villain.) (They are the warrior duo.) Okay. (Happy) (I will protect the princess.) (They were the loveliest duo.) (The twins treated them differently.) (They showed no mercy to Defconn.) (The twins’ feelings towards them differ.) You’re the first children to chew on my hat. (Seojun is mischievous.) – We are the trio. / – We are the trio. – We are the trio. / – We are the trio. Where are you going? We are the trio. Trio. See you when you enter university. – Bye. / – Bye. – Bye. / – Bye. Hello, Hwijae. – Hello. / – Stand up. – Hello. / – Give him a bow. – There you go. / – Say, “Please treat Dad nicely.” – Give him the fan. / – Please treat Dad nicely. Thank you. “Please treat Dad nicely”? All right. (Seoeon is in charge of makeup.) Viewers will know that these glasses don’t have lenses. Are my eyes ugly? Seojun, remember me? I sang “Let It Go”. Do you remember me? (Screaming) “Let It Go”. (Please give one to Uncle Yoon Jungsoo.) Say, “Please treat Dad nicely.” Let’s go and see my workplace. Follow me. Look. This is where I work. Look. Come on. Come here. You came here for the awards ceremony. This is not a playground. This is my workplace. (He stops being mischievous.) – Thank you. / – Please treat Dad nicely. Please treat Dad nicely. There you go. (The twins show maturity.) – Thank you. / – Thank you. Thank you. This is my chair. (They go on to the stage.) Hello, everyone. (He has good stage manners.) How do you know to say that? How does he know that? What comes next? “Let’s take a look.” – I want to poop. / – What? (It’s the perfect moment for a poop.) – Poop. / – You want to poop? – Yes. / – Don’t poop. I pooped. – You pooped? / – Yes. (He pooped ten minutes before the shoot.) Come here. Wait here, Seoeon. I will clean up Seojun and come back. Why do you poop at important moments? – Poop. / – Poop. – Poop. / – I am a pooping boy. It’s now time to begin the shoot. Hello. – Hello, Seoeon. / – Seojun. (Be quiet.) (Seojun, this is Dad’s workplace.) (The twins were given a special task.) Seojun is here. My goodness. Hello. How cute! (The prodigy of variety shows takes the stage.) Seoeon, come here. (Sliding down) – What is it? / – His trousers. Hello. (Seojun has a special way of making an impression.) It happens all the time. – Let’s clap the slate. / – Get ready. The twins are responsible for clapping the slate. Seoeon and Seojun stand before cameras and audience. Will they complete the task successfully? (I need to take a picture of this.) (Expectant) One, two, three! (Clapping) One, two, three! (Perfect) (Did we do well?) We are ready to shoot. We will begin the shoot. Please treat Dad nicely. (They are good boys!) (Seojun’s comment heats up the atmosphere.) Travelling is a war! Battle… – Battle. / – Trip. – Trip. / – Battle… – Trip. / – Battle… Battle Trip. (Battle Trip) That’s right. (I did a good job, right?) (Proud) (My sons are all grown up.) Watch the shoot, okay? What about you? I’ll be working up here. (They go down the stage quietly.) All right. (The twins sit down and behave.) (Cheer for me.) Give them a round of applause. (The shoot begins.) The twins watch Hwijae work. (Children will be aware of their dad’s social role.) (They will also learn from watching him work hard.) Hwijae gathers his energy. (Hwijae gives the work his best.) (What are the twins thinking about?) (Seojun’s journal) This is what my dad said to people. “Battle Trip”! My dad is the coolest. Jaea entered the court. Jaea’s tennis match finally begins. You must be quiet during the match. You can clap when the match is over. Good luck! – Good luck. / – Good luck. (The match begins.) Wow. Wow. (Her strokes are fierce.) (Screaming) Give her a big applause. – She hit the ball well. / – She did. Let’s go. Let’s go. – Good luck! / – Good luck! – Good luck! / – Good luck! (Sua is cheering for her sister.) (Bored) – Let’s go. / – Let’s go. In one, two, let’s go. (She leaves the cheering section.) (Is there something fun to do?) (She separates herself from the group.) (Moving stealthily) (Seola escapes.) (Sua follows Seola.) (Where are you going?) (Sian follows suit.) (The three of them leave the stadium.) Come here. Let’s run. Sua, come here. (The sisters walk away.) Sua. (Crying) (It’s too high.) What is it? (Seola comes to the rescue.) Jump. Be careful. Be careful. (Sian came down without much help.) He kicked the ball. (At that moment) Sian. Seola. Sian. Do you want to play football? Sian. (When he calls for Sian,) (she hides her brother behind her back.) No. No. You are not Sian. (Don’t answer him.) I’m not a bad man. Do you want to play football with Uncle? No. No. (She refuses right away.) Is it because I’m a stranger? May I take Sian away for a while? No. He is Dad’s. I said no. He is playing with us. – Is it because I am a stranger? / – Yes. Is that why I cannot play with Sian? – Yes. / – What a nice girl. (Jaea is playing well.) (The coaches cheer loudly.) Nice! That was great. Let’s go. (Donggook watches quietly.) You should cheer more loudly. It’s not like I’m the one playing. This is her fight. No one can help her. (This match is Jaea’s fight.) We should help her focus on the match. She needs to survive on her own. She doesn’t need others to cheer loudly. When I was young, my parents came to my football matches. I remember hating it. I felt bad every time I made a mistake. I don’t want Jaea to remember me that way. That’s why I watch the match with silent hope. Jaea shows her talent without being nervous. (Her serve lands on the open spot.) That was great. She advances into the quarterfinals with ease. You did a good job. You’ve improved. You hit a service ace at a crucial moment. You were like Serena Williams. You did a good job – with your dad in the audience. / – You did well. It’s the first time she has done so well with me here. She tells me that my presence makes her nervous. I used to watch from afar and leave. It makes me happy to see you win with me here. Remember what I told you? “If a match isn’t going well, ask yourself questions.” – Did you do that? / – I did it in my mind. – Did you ask and answer in your mind? / – Yes. (When a match did not go well,) (I asked myself a question.) (How can I win?) You already know the answer. (You already know the answer.) We cannot help you from here. The answer is in everything you have learned. – Come here. / – Sua. Good job, Jaea. Were you in the match? You sweated a lot. Even though you came to cheer for Jaea, – you went outside to play. / – Yes. I ended up cheering by myself. Open the bottle for me. (The siblings are thirsty.) It’s my water. – You shouldn’t drink everything. / – Water. She needs water for energy. Let’s bring our hands together. For Jaea’s victory! – Good luck! / – Good luck! (The quarterfinals) She won again and entered the semifinals the next day. Sian, Jaea is doing great. (The semifinals) She played powerfully and moved up into the finals. And now, it’s the much-anticipated final. Jaea is leading with the score of 1-0. This is nerve-wracking. She is one point away from winning. She won the finals with a set score of 2-0. (She won the national tennis tournament.) Donggook made Jaea stronger through intense training last summer. Come on. (He gave her inner strength as a mentor.) Come here. Why are you crying? Stop crying. Do you want to quit? (He had to remain level-headed.) Doesn’t it break your heart to see her cry? She needs to cry a lot now so that she will smile when she grows up. I can do it. (I can do it!) Jaea receives a medal for the first time. The tears Jaea shed made her smile today. Her success makes Donggook the happiest. It looks like Donggook is happier. – Please sit down. / – He is grinning widely. There you go. He cannot hide his happiness. Like father, like daughter. We hope Jaea will become a great athlete like Donggook. I think it’s thanks to my family’s support that I won. I gain strength when Dad comes to watch me play. This is how he cheers for me. “Good luck!” (Touched) I am proud of her. I hope she learned that fruitful results come from great effort. I told her not to forget about this victory. The memory of sweet victory will help her advance further. Jaea worked hard and won the tournament today. Congratulations. I brought you to this restaurant so that you can replenish your strength. Dad, what kind of water was that? It was magical water. It’s regular water, right? A sip of that water cleared your head and gave you power, right? – Tell me honestly. / – Your siblings got it with much effort. The trip was quite eventful. – Really? / – Do you want to see photos? Here. The cheering squad rooted for Jaea. – Start. / – Please help Jaea win. – Let’s go. / – Let’s go. (Let’s go.) – Good luck! / – Good luck! Heave-ho! “Heave-ho”? Let’s go. (The cheering squad gets a big meal.) It’s a healthy meal which includes four types of mudfish dishes. This is mudfish. (Mudfish hot pot) Seola and Sua, this is mudfish. (Wow.) (It looks weird.) It’s mudfish. It even has bones. Do you want to try it? Try it. You try. (Jaea eats the mudfish.) It has bones. Chew carefully. (Proud) It’s tasty. (Seola tries fried mudfish.) (It’s good.) It gives you energy. Give me some. (Give me some, too.) – Try it, Sian. / – Is it hot? (He stares at the fish.) (Will he eat it?) (Biting) It’s high in calcium. Look at this. It has a lot of vitamins and protein, too. Athletes need a lot of energy. (This is where Sian gets his energy.) (He elegantly drinks the soup as well.) (He doesn’t leave a drop.) (Drinking) (I love the soup.) How do you eat mudfish soup so well? (Listen to the sound.) (Amazed) Is it good? (The mudfish soup tastes amazing.) Make the sound now. (Sua is eating up the noodles.) (Eating) Look at you, Sua. (She’s like a vacuum cleaner.) (She finished all the noodles.) – Sua. / – I eat well, too. Do you eat well, too, Seola? Seola eats well, too. Do you have more energy now? Do you have energy? There you go. (Power up) If there’s mudfish, is there sandfish, too? (My goodness) Is there? (Jaea tries a pun.) – Jaea. / – Yes? That was hilarious. (We all laughed anyway.) Sian, which do you like better, football or tennis? Football. (I like football better.) He has to play football. He has such sturdy legs. How do you play tennis? (Smash) – Is that how you do it? / – Good job. Sian, give me a high-five. (He’s a future athlete.) There you go. Meanwhile, someone is transforming into a cat. (Is that a cat?) Is that Epe among the black cats? Then, that means Soeul is here. She’s practicing for a performance with her friends. (What is she doing here?) I decided to make a musical with the kids. The parents volunteered to prepare the costumes, props and so on, and put makeup on the kids. Subin and Yebin’s mom – did the hairstyling and makeup. / – Hello. She prepared the costumes and props. Mr. Lee will teach you acting skills. Give him a big applause! (You’re the best, Daddy!) (Who’s this pink cat?) Soeul transformed into a lovely pink cat. (I’m a cat.) (I don’t want to wear makeup.) Let’s do it. (He listens to his friend.) (He has a cute tail.) (He transformed into a cat.) Now Daeul is a cat, too. (You’ll never catch me.) (They start practicing.) (Soeul is focused.) (Dad is watching.) (He doesn’t seem satisfied.) (He’s a master of acting.) (From facial expressions) (to body movements) (and the lines, details matter.) (There’s something missing.) ♪ Touch me ♪ At this point, raise your arms. There you go. Let’s do this, okay? (Soeul follows her dad’s directions.) Hug him. Hug him and smile. I’m not sure if she’ll manage all the movements. We need some hard training. One, two! Try raising your legs. There you go. Try picturing it in the air. At the end, try this. There you go. (There’s still some color left on his toenails.) Soeul, let’s do it once again. (The practice doesn’t seem to end.) (Again?) You need to practice 100 times. Didn’t you know that? (Maestro Lee) We need some hard training. (His enthusiasm is at its peak.) Let’s do it once again. (Will their efforts pay off?) Finally, it’s the day of their performance. Everyone is busy getting dressed and putting on makeup. (Who’s this cat?) (It’s Soeul.) (Soeul seems excited.) (Daeul isn’t even wearing makeup yet.) Daeul, look at him. He has such a nice nose, but you don’t. (Will I look like him if I have that nose?) (He starts transforming.) He starts getting makeup thanks to his friend. (He starts transforming.) Your arm is blocking the camera. Stop it. How will he look? (How do I look?) (He stretches like a cat.) (I feel reborn.) Ta-da! He’s turned into a cat. Look forward to their performance. The seats are filling up. The kids start to feel nervous. I’m scared. Are you scared? (He’s never performed in front of many people.) Bumsoo arrives at the performance hall. (Bumsoo is here.) They’re not ready yet. It was supposed to start at 7 p.m. It’s already 7:30 p.m. (The kids finally show up.) I have a bad feeling. (The performance finally starts.) (The cats tip-toe onto the stage.) (Soeul seems to be looking for someone.) (There’s Dad.) She saw me. (Dad, I’m here, too!) (He’s doing his best.) (Soeul greets the audience.) (Dad is watching.) (The cats introduce themselves one by one.) I’m a hero cat. (That pose was Bumsoo’s idea.) My name is Clara. I’m a pretty cat. (The pretty cat succeeded, too.) My name is Alan. I’m a smart cat. (It’s my turn.) (I’m the Little Man cat!) (Falling) (Nothing happened.) (Soeul sings solo.) ♪ Starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee ♪ (Soeul sings well in English, too.) From singing to dancing, Soeul gave a perfect performance. She must take after her dad. (The youngest member is the smallest.) (He’s showing off his dance moves.) (Good job, Daeul.) (I’ll do a good job today.) (Dancing) (Daeul suddenly disappears.) (He even sits down on the stage.) (Crying) (A moment ago,) (she hit him.) (A girl hit him by mistake.) (Dad finds it hilarious.) (He’s crying at the top of his lungs.) (In the end,) (Daeul is carried off the stage.) (This is getting serious.) (Worried) (He decides to take a look.) I should check up on him. (Daeul was taken off the stage.) – Daeul. / – Where’s milk? Daeul, you’re doing a great job. – Drink some milk. / – Daeul, you did a great job. What happened? – The girl next to him hit him by mistake. / – She did? – Drink some milk. / – You’re a great dancer. You did a great job. Are you having fun? Which is more fun, football or musical? – Musical. / – What about baseball? This is more fun? What about baseball? Which is more fun? – Musical. / – Musical? Are you ready? Are you ready, Daeul? Okay. I’ll be watching here. (Daeul goes back onto the stage.) (He’s holding his milk bottle.) (I’m back!) (You can do it, Daeul!) (He puts down the milk bottle.) (He’s dancing.) (He’s so cute.) (Relieved) (Struggling) (He’s holding an umbrella as big as him.) (My girl) (Although he’s a beat behind,) (he’s pulling off what he practiced.) (Great job, Daeul!) (He successfully finishes his performance.) (You’re a big boy now.) (Here’s another growing baby.) Step forward. (Joy is standing up.) – Take steps! / – Stand up! – There you go! / – Look! Take steps. (I’m the best dancer around.) When they met for the first time three months ago, they could only crawl. Soon, they learned to sit up by themselves. And now, they can even stand up and dance. They’ve grown up so much. (Yes!) She’s happy. (Both Haeun and her dad are happy.) I want to do that again. – What do you say? / – Sure. – Let’s start here. / – Here we go. – Come here. / – Put them there. (The scary one, In Haeun) Here’s the starting line. – Start. / – Start. (The sad one, Oh Seoheun) (The weird one, Yang Joy) – Start. / – Start. – Ready. / – Go. (The dads are competitive.) – Here we go! / – Come on! (Come here, girls.) (They’re just watching.) (What’s going on?) There you go! Come on! (Haeun starts crawling.) – Come on! / – Joy! – There you go. / – Joy! (The dads’ voices get louder.) Joy! (She screams, too.) (Joy and Haeun are neck and neck.) (Wait for me.) There you go. I’m right here. Seoheun. – Seoheun. / – Seoheun. Seoheun, come here. – Hey. / – It’s okay. – It’s okay. / – Joy. – There you go. / – Wait. – There you go. / – Haeun is taking a long rest. You’re resting for too long. (Crawling) No! Yes, she came in! (Seoheun is crawling while crying.) – Seoheun. / – Finish second at least. (I don’t care about the result.) It’s no time for clapping. (Meanwhile, Seoheun finishes the race.) There you go. – It was a tearful race. / – Great job. (The winner is exhausted.) Why don’t we buy watermelon with the money? Let’s make fruit punch. That sounds great. (Fruit punch is so refreshing.) I’ll go to the supermarket. Watermelons are heavy. – Donggeun, go with him. / – What? Go with him. Will you be all right? Donggeun, wait. (There’s no time to waste.) – Give me a second. / – Did you have to go so quickly? (I’ll roll away because I’m excited.) Hey, guys. Do you have the money with you? All right. Stay this way for an hour. (He puts Haeun in the baby walker.) (It seems like a stable arrangement.) (Yawning) I’m tired. (Are you bored?) I’m here. I’m right here. (Wriggling) (Joy is up.) (Crying) Is it too hot? (He tries putting her in the baby walker.) (It’s time.) The time has come. – I feel relieved Joy is sleeping. / – I understand. It’s time for Yang Donggeun’s – hip hop class. / – Hip hop class. ♪ Today, we ran ♪ – ♪ into a master ♪ / – ♪ A master ♪ ♪ We went to “National Singing Contest” ♪ – ♪ We met Songhae ♪ / – ♪ Songhae ♪ ♪ When we ran into Songhae ♪ – ♪ I was confused ♪ / – ♪ I was confused ♪ There you go. – It’s amazing. / – This is how you do it. This is amazing. ♪ The conductor gave us ♪ ♪ 30 dollars to buy baby formula ♪ ♪ Although it’s only 30 dollars ♪ – I think I know what’s coming. / – ♪ I’m so ♪ – ♪ grateful ♪ / – ♪ Grateful ♪ – This is how you do it. / – I think I have talent. This is how you do it. Where are watermelons? (Even at the supermarket) Do you know how to pick good watermelon? You knock on them. – I can bring the leftover home. / – Okay. – Will this be enough? / – Yes. – We’re already done. / – Let’s see. (They even go to a cafe.) If I were Jiho, I would have… Haeun will be in the baby walker by now. (Gyojin is right.) It’s okay. Calm down. (The real problem is something else.) If Joy woke up, he will be holding her. (Gyojin is accurate.) Isn’t that tasty? He probably put Seoheun to sleep. (He’s wrong.) It’s okay. (He’s holding both babies.) It’s okay. (Whose idea was this?) It’s okay. (As he starts to regret this,) (the other dads come back.) Guys. (I’m so happy to see you.) Girls. – Oh my. / – What happened? Take it off. From the sound of it, they were crying so hard. You’re right. (Joy is happy again.) (They start making fruit punch.) They make fruit punch for Jiho. Watermelon, milk, soda and canned fruit are all you need. (Jiho gets the first bite.) What is this? By the way, check the viewers’ reactions to our flash mop dance. (They danced while carrying the babies.) (They even put subtitles.) “A baby carrier flash mob” “by O.G.G. of The Return of Superman.” – It gives me the chills. / – “Hello, Superman Dads.” “We know you’ve been hiding your talents.” “Let’s gather up and reveal our true colors.” A baby carrier dance is very popular abroad right now. If I leave a question like, “Why does my baby cry so much?”, will I get answers? – I guess. / – You can discuss the solutions. You can? When your baby doesn’t fall asleep, how can you put them to sleep? He left the question on their page. What answers did they get? (How do you put your baby to sleep?) Look at this. “Use a gym ball.” “Let her hear the vacuum cleaner.” “Caress her eyebrows.” Eyebrows? Caressing a baby’s eyebrows helps it go to sleep. (Caressing a baby’s eyebrows helps.) – It says caressing their eyebrows helps. / – Eyebrows? We gave it a try. He tries to caress her eyebrows. No, we should say, “Superman” in English. (Stop it.) – Okay. / – She’s bothered. Now they try a more classical method. She cries. It’s okay. I’m sorry. Someone strapped their baby to a chair, dragged the chair around and the baby went to sleep. They even tried this. Does this really help? (Humming) The curiosity only wakes her up. And then we found an amazing answer. “They sleep well with trot music or rock music on.” – It’s crazy. / – Trot or rock? – Number five? / – Do you want to try this? Shall we play them “Life Partner” later? (What’s a certain cure for a crying baby?) When you need to soothe a crying baby, hard rock music is a certain cure. Why is it that? (5. Experiment: Hard rock music) Hard rock music – is effective. / – That’s amazing. Hello, everyone. Hey, children. – Sleep well. / – Sleep well. First, you need to turn off the light and create an atmosphere for sleeping, then start the music. (He turns on trot music instead of hard rock.) (We’ve heard this song today.) One, two, three. Good night. The daddies feint sleeping. (Haeun, it’s party time.) (You should clap your hands for party.) The children are delighted. (Dancing) Instead of sleeping, they are dancing. (Her eyes are wide open.) They don’t look like they are going to sleep. When you put a baby to sleep, trot music is not effective. (Trot music is ineffective.) Today’s conclusion is that children go to sleep when they are sleepy. (Children will sleep when they are sleepy.) Next time, “There’s No Answer to Childcare” will be on.