Housekeeping men change the world. Men doing housekeeping, Mr. House Husband! (Mr. House Husband – Men doing housekeeping) (Mr. Taereung, Taegwon – Ms. Yongsan, Sonha) (Mr. Gimpo, Seyoon – Mr. Yeomchang, Iljung) This is our second episode. I think it’s better than how we did last time. Raise your hand if you were embarrassed to yell it out. We’re still a bit awkward… (You’ll get used to it) The first episode was aired. What did people say? I thought people would hate me. But Bong Taegyu was hated the most. He’s the most hated one among male viewers. Men usually say they help out. I think they should be scolded for that expression. Isn’t that a comment to become popular with women? That’s so awesome. What is there to say? You should do it together! (Taegyu’s housekeeping philosophy: “Do it together”) That’s awesome! You got women fans, but male viewers all hate you! Anybody who says bad things about me is still looking for excuses. He’s still… Here he goes again! They should all know that they’re wrong. My wife scolded me. She said I should be more like him. If you were scolded after preparing breakfast, isn’t it the same as being scolded for not cooking? You two are on the same level. We both get yelled at either way. He raised everyone’s standards. They are all saying that because I’m not like any average Korean men out there, but I think that in this generation… (This time) (What is he going to say?) I think it’s about time a man like me comes out… Why are you doing this to us? – We need to live, too. / – Just peel this! (I will go my own path) (One fine autumn day – Introducing Moon Seyoon) (Seyoon’s house in Gimpo) (8 a.m.) (He can barely open his eyes as he goes to the kitchen) Hello. I’ve been doing housekeeping for 8 years now. I’m a family man who loves his wife, and the romantic of Gimpo, Moon Seyoon. Nice to meet you. (Big trend of eating on TV) (The champion of eating) (Our youngest cast member eats a lot) This is embarrassing. (How does comedian Moon Seyoon do housekeeping?) (He starts out by checking the refrigerator) (Revealing Moon Seyoon’s fridge for the first time!) (Side dishes) (Nuts) (Meat) It’s organized. (And more meat) It is so well-organized. Wow. There is so much meat! Is this a butcher’s shop? I’m a butcher’s son. (What’s he cooking for his children’s breakfast?) (We’re curious to see how well he cooks) How old are your kids? They are three and six years old. (Seyoon cooks rice every morning) (His hand fills the pot) (We can feel his paternal love) Isn’t the pot too small? Or are your hands too big? My hands are big. Don’t misunderstand. – It thought it was a foot. / – How can you say that? (He washes rice clean) (And is ready to cook rice) (Seaweed soup seems easy but is actually hard) (He cleans off soaked seaweed with his hands) (Men are about strength – Powerfully removes water) You must’ve done this often. Yes. (#ThisIsReal #PowerHomemakerBurst #WatchOutTaegyu) (He does the dishes right away?) (He cleans the sink immediately, too) He’s clean. Isn’t that a shower head? I shower there, too. (Good for housekeeping, showering) Really? I was just curious. I even wash my car with it. (Today’s breakfast is beef seaweed soup) (He puts in one chunk) (And puts in another big chunk) You put in so much beef. (Do I need more?) That’s beef soup, not seaweed soup. That’s beef seaweed soup. (He takes something else out) – What’s that? / – It’s pork belly. – In the morning? / – It’s frozen pork belly. (We’ve only heard of morning pork belly) – You ate pork belly for breakfast. / – Yes. Do you really eat like that every morning? Yes. I do. So what? The one who asked must be embarrassed. She should’ve asked an actual question. No one refuses to eat pork for breakfast, right? (Must we eat it?) Who eats pork for breakfast? We don’t refuse it, but it’s hard to actually make it. We usually eat meat for dinner. Last week, we… We ate sweet red bean bun noodles, right? How did we eat it? We had to fight over it in the end. Sure. We even ate sweet red bean bun noodles. Why not eat pork belly for breakfast? Don’t just imagine it and actually try it. It’s so good. What time is it? (But!) – Are you done getting ready? / – Yes. – What? / – Yes. – You’re done getting ready? / – Yes. You’re done? (Their school bus comes at 9 a.m.) – The bus comes. / – At 9. Between 8 and 9 is the busiest time. (Cooking 15 min + eating 15 min=He only has 30 min!) (His hands move faster) (Firm) (This isn’t a mixer, they are his hands) He’s like a professional. (Fine hand movements) His mouth is saying he’s concentrating. You’re really good with knives. (Dices like a pro chef) (Will he be able to feed his children?) (Fresh rice is ready) (He beats eggs with green onions) (And adds flavor with seaweed) Awesome! (And wraps it up) (Wow) Awesome! Wow! (Omelet complete!) I have to give up on taste for breakfast. I have to get them on the bus at a certain time and make them get to school on time. I have to finish it all quickly. (Speed over taste!) So I always have to think of my next move. I just move my arms without thinking of anything else. If I don’t do that, I run out of time. (He’s sweating) It’s thawed. (Tip: Keep meat wrapped in foil to make it thaw faster) It’s the best when you have nothing else to eat. So this is the morning pork belly. M.P.B. (Pork belly ought to be eaten in the morning!) (Is it ready?) It’s good. Rice. (Is the rice cooked well?) It’s amazing. It’s perfectly done. (Perfect visuals) Isn’t that a thermos? It looks like a rice bowl. (With warm rice, beef seaweed soup) (And a delicious omelet) Meat! (And no explanation needed for morning pork belly) – Breakfast! / – Breakfast! How cute. (Let’s all sit and eat) That’s your future, Taegyu. (They need to eat…) (Picking out meat only) Children eat meat for breakfast well. Kids like meat in the morning. (Daughter mimics him) – Eat. / – Eat. (Mischievous) (Dad’s in a hurry) There’s no time to laugh. Eat. You have to eat now! (I don’t know anything about that) (Forget it. Let me eat first!) (Gulp) Wait a minute. Usually, parents don’t eat much so their kids can have more. You’re eating it all by yourself. I made it and I’m eating it all myself. Now I know how it feels. (Disappointed) I know now why moms eat leftovers. It’s such a waste. I take time to cook it, but sometimes they don’t eat. It’s upsetting, but it’s fine since I can eat it. He’s cool. (Housekeeping is about speed – Moon Seyoon) Do you always cook breakfast? Since my second child was born, we got busier and there was less time for the family to eat together. Since we’re both freelancers, we usually go out later than other people. So I wanted us to at least eat breakfast together. I am adamant about that. (Since we’re a family) A true family. I’m looking forward to this. Kim Iljung’s clip. I’ll set a good example. We’ll have to watch. I’m personally very curious. I think a blank tape will be playing. A blank tape? No way. You won’t be lying down the whole time, right? We talked together during the first episode. How was it while filming the clip? I said it took a long time. But he confidently said, “How long? It was over so quickly.” (It was nothing) I’m looking forward to it. – That doesn’t sound good. / – It was over fast. Please introduce your own video. Alright. Everyone is curious about it. (Will he be most hated?) Mr. Yeomchang Kim Iljung’s housekeeping skills. Start the clip! (The introduction is cute) (Yeouido – KBS) (He is quite handsome!) (Kim Iljung) I can’t believe he’s at KBS… (Announcer Kim Iljung leaves SBS after 10 years) I’ve improved since I left SBS. How cool. (No one can seem to hate him) Hello. I’m Kim Iljung. (Mr. Yeomchang, Kim Iljung) I’ve been married for 8 years. I’ve been doing housekeeping for… Not so many years. 100 hours now. I’m confident to say that. Nice to meet you. I’m a bit worried. Am I done for the day? Why is it over so fast today? (Finished work early) You can go straight home now. But the sun is still up! It’s such a great day. (Going home so early is a waste) My kids will feel awkward if I go home so early. You know how our dads were. They came home late. From my kids’ point of view… (Needless worries) they might think, “Does he not have enough work to do as a freelancer? Why is he home so early?” You’re not going home even though you finished work? I am, but our fathers… You’re making excuses. (Don’t be ridiculous) – Our fathers always came home late. / – Right. You should go home and rest. Let’s have coffee. Do you want to eat? How about Starcraft? (You want to play a game?) Do you play pool? (So clingy) Oh gee. Come on. (All booing him) – Because you don’t want to go home? / – Just go home! Do you play pool? (So clingy) I only know how to swim. He only knows how to swim. (Ha!) Out of every sport there is, why choose swimming? Two men can’t go swimming. (Just go home early) (Unfortunately, he goes home early) Guys, I’m home. – You’re home, honey? / – Yes. – You’re home? / – I’m home. (They have no idea how their dad feels) (They just welcome their dad home!) Dad, it smells weird here. (Becomes one with the sofa!) Really? Oh my. (Rumple rumple) (His socks automatically end up on the floor) (Who will clean these up?) (That’s terrible!) Last week, you said you at least clean up your socks. I will be going out again soon. (Making excuses) Hyeonjun, you draw well. Will you draw me? Draw me. (I’ll pose, so draw me) Draw daddy’s face, okay? I will pose. Draw me from head to toe. (He lies down) My son loves to draw. (Today’s pose “Dad is resting”) You teach him that way? He really loves to draw. (His son sincerely draws him!) (He’s about to rest, but the kid’s done already?) (Title: “My dad”) He drew well! – Isn’t that Moon Seyoon? / – It’s me. You were with them? Why do you always draw me as a pig? (I’m already tired) (His butt is one with the sofa) Nice! A, B. Is there something special about that sofa? That’s my spot. I don’t want to do anything. I’m already not doing anything, but even more strongly I don’t want to do anything. What is this? Honey. If you’re busy, please go to the supermarket. Where? (This has been just perfect) The supermarket. Why? I forgot a few things while grocery shopping. You should’ve told me earlier when I came in. What do you need? – I’ll write you a list. / – Okay. I’ll be back, Hyeonjun. Take him with you. (That makes things more complicated) I’ll be right back! (Rush) (He leaves home faster than anyone) I like going to the supermarket. I get a chance to use my wife’s card. I can use her card. (He checks his wife’s list) Radish, peppers, pear, and soft persimmons. I found pears. (Starts off smoothly) Pears are all the same. You bought so many. I will buy nine pears for the four of us. Are you holding an ancestor worship ceremony? Why did you buy so many pears? Don’t you check the pears first? They are all wrapped pretty well! Shouldn’t you at least ask? (How frustrating) You can tell what’s fresh or not. (Not listening) Soft persimmons. (Next on the list is soft persimmons) More soft persimmons. They’re soft. The ones with bug bites are good. (His standards) (He puts soft persimmons in his basket) Radish and peppers. Wow! Cucumber peppers, chili peppers, ground cherry peppers, all kinds. She only wrote “peppers.” Which should I buy? There are many types. – There are many types of peppers. / – Right. Would he know what to buy? (From his point of view) She just wrote peppers. (It’s her fault, not mine!) It just says chili peppers… (Out of all these peppers) (Which is the right one?) (Biggest problem. Which should he buy?) (What does he do?) (When you don’t know, just buy all of them) (They’ll hold a pepper party today) That’s… (It’s worse than we thought) Will that be okay? Isn’t that wise? It’s wise. (How can he be so confident?) She never said anything about chips. (Chips?) I should be rewarded for running errands. – Even chocolate… / – Chocolate… I bought a lot of peppers. (Wife’s card – So many personal items) Do you need a bag? Yes! (Wait a minute) Didn’t you take a bag? (He indeed took a bag) Right. You took an eco-bag. – Did you throw it away? / – He must’ve lost it. You must’ve left it in the car. No. I walked there. (That’s weird…) Then where did it go? (He bought two five-cent bags already!) You brought a bag. Oh, I did. (It’s obvious he’s not used to this) (Unbelievable) That’s terrible! (Even he thinks it’s awful) You all forget sometimes, right? (Brazen) What? (Who?) You brought it. – Take one bag out. / – Okay. I really forgot. I forgot that I took a bag with me. I guess I’m just not used to it yet. Oh my! (Mr. Yeomchang is back from the supermarket) What? (He just leaves them on the table!) Buying groceries is so much fun. (He’s satisfied) (He takes off his jacket) (And naturally leaves it on the sofa) (He sits in his spot) (Throw) (His socks ends up on the floor again) They didn’t rewind the tape, did they? What are you talking about? You’re doing the same thing. That must be his spot for when he takes off his socks. – Honey! / – Yes? Do you only eat peppers or something? They had three different types. (I stand by my choice) I didn’t know which one to buy. So you can eat whichever you want. (I bought them all) Draw daddy properly this time. I’ll change the pose this time. Wow. (His son is drawing for him again!) Unbelievable… How great is this? He’s so nice. I keep encouraging him to do what he likes. You are quite clever. (Not making excuses is better) (Iljung, worthy of the name terrible housekeeping man) I’m an okay husband. I can’t cook and I don’t actively do housekeeping, but I don’t get in her way. I just stand back and watch. If she takes the lead, (He thinks he’s quite alright!) I’m a husband who follows her lead. What if you gave yourself a score? Out of 100 points, minus a point for not cooking, and I like to lie down, so minus one point there. So about 97 points? (How ridiculous) (He’s so brazen!) It’s not out of 1000 points, is it? What are you talking about? Out of 100 points. That’s one of the things that women hate the most. – Lying down on the sofa… / – It’s true! So my older sister changed to an uncomfortable sofa. Because her husband was lying down all the time. So he wouldn’t lie down anymore? So he wouldn’t lie down, she got a hard sofa. Like the bench at a bus stop? That hard one. The one without something to lean on. She switched to that. (She must’ve hated it) That’s terrible. What did us husbands do so wrong? Can’t we all rest at home? Do you really lie down like that at home every day? No, not at all. My pose of the day was lying down. Poses change every day. You all have your own techniques with your kids. It’s hard to play with the kids, so I… Play doctor? Playing doctor! I’m the patient. Put me under. You ask your son to put you under? (Oh my god) Sleeping anesthetic. I still don’t know. My kid just started to stand. There’s a big difference between one and two children. It’s completely different. Toy guns fly around. Toy knives are thrown. I have to play war every day. Dinosaurs must run around… Your kids don’t seem like they’d cause much trouble. I think the kids were a bit quiet. It was devilish editing. (What’s he saying?) They always climb on top of me and… How can a person lie down as soon as they get home? I don’t believe you. It’s not devilish editing. You’re the devil. Right. How can you say that? Looking at Iljung’s house is like looking at mine. My husband is like that. (Same as Mr. Yeomchang) He just lies down… (I was indeed average) The kids aren’t sleepy, but he puts them to bed. He keeps putting them to sleep. (Forcing kids to sleep) Right. We want children to sleep. (Agrees) They’re similar. He’s always lying down when he gets home? Yes, he is. Is he ill? – Is he alright? / – Yes, he is. (He’s very healthy) (Gijang Market, Busan) You must’ve gone to the market. (Fresh marine friends) Oh, they look so fresh. Seafood must be great since you live in Busan. That’s a market near my house. (Who is this man who just arrived at the market?) (Left-handed Mr. Busan, Kim Jungtae) No! (17 years of acting) (One of the top supporting actors in Korea!) Mr. Lee. (He’s a housekeeping man?) He’s different. Hi. I’m actor Kim Jungtae. I’ve been married for 7 years and I’ve been doing housekeeping for 30 years. I’ve been doing housekeeping even before I got married. I’m actor Kim Jungtae. Nice to meet you. Are you shooting something? I came to buy side dishes. – You came to buy side dishes? / – Yes. (Scene stealer of the traditional market, Mr. Busan) What should I buy? Buy abalone and eel. Abalone. Eel. (What is caught on his radar? Abalone) How much are these? $10 for 10 of them. They only cost $10? They’re a bit small… (Surprised by amount and price) In Seoul, four of them cost $10. Wow. $10 for 10 abalones! One more for free. They are great in instant noodles. These are called instant noodle abalones. Instant noodle abalones? That’s so luxurious. Abalone instant noodles? Yes. (Ingredients of different levels) (He skillfully receives the seafood) I have instant noodle abalones here, too… There you are. I didn’t see you. (He must come often) I can make seafood soup with seafood. If we run out of seafood, I buy it in advance to stock it. I normally wash them. One pancake, please. (Of course he needs to eat market food, too!) (Looks good) You have to eat that. It looks so good! You have to eat that. (Salivating) It looks so good! Why are you showing Ha Jungwoo when I’m eating? Crabs are in-season, right? (Why is he asking about crabs here?) I want to buy some crabs. You should go over there. (She knows the location) That’s a great tip. Merchants know what place has good ingredients. It looks like you’ve gone there many times. Yes. I’m sure Seungwoo doesn’t know this. The ones that are pointy ones are males. Right? This is female. Please give me three female crabs. (He buys crabs with eggs) – Thank you. / – Thank you. (What is his next target?) You look so much younger in person. Really? You look young for your age. You look young. (Unbelievable / I do look young for my age) You stopped there. I’m still young. (Proud of it) You look really young. (I’m like Kim Seungwoo, but in Busan!) How much are these? They look so fresh! (Busan squid) I like small ones. Do you have small ones? Why? Why don’t you buy big ones? Smaller ones taste better. So big ones aren’t always better. (Gave one extra) She gave you one more for free? Does he come by often? Yes, I’ve seen him several times. He knows how to pick fresh ones. Buy abalones. (He communicates with the merchants) – I did. / – You did? Yes. They sell them out front. Honey. Honey! – They’re calling him “honey”! / – Honey! What else would they call me by? You should buy everything since they called you that. (Whose honey?) I didn’t know my honey was here. Let me take a picture of you. (People are asking to take pictures) You’re almost like an idol star. You’re more popular than Mr. Songdo. Take pictures together. (Not jealous of Seungwoo) It’s a family picture. (Like they’re at a photo studio) They know I’m from Busan, (He’s like a man-next-door) so they think of me as a friend. (I’d like to take pictures with him, too) Seungwoo calls himself the idol of Songdo. I’m the idol of Gijang. (Song idol vs Gijang idol) (Cheese!) – Thank you. / – No problem. He came out here to help out his wife. Wow. What do you think of a man like him? – He’s awesome. / – I want him. Wow. She wants you. (That much?) Wants you! And I can’t even help her out. (Curse this popularity) – Do you have potatoes? / – Yes. Here. Hello. They’re $5. Everyone else pays $6, but it’s $5 for you. Give me these. (He checks the potatoes thoroughly) Potatoes with too many sprouts are annoying to clean. I try to find ones with fewer sprouts. (A basketful and one extra) Thank you. Potatoes, squid… Vegetables cost more these days. (Crabs are in-season) Where did you catch these? In Jukseong. You’ll get bitten! Where’d the claws go? (She’s worried he might get hurt) You can’t take them if you get bitten! Those are good in instant noodles. (Crabs add flavor) You add them in noodles? (In-season crabs taste the best!) Give me $10 worth. This whole basket is $10. Take them. $10 for all of these? There are too many. Then just take these. – $5? / – That’s so cheap! (She gives a basket for $5) That’s $5? They are good in soybean paste soup, too! Or you can boil and eat them. Boil them or add them in soup. (Housekeeping gets you free things in the market) Yes. Thank you. Thank you. (Both hands full, grocery shopping complete) I’m suspicious of one thing, though. Don’t you usually haggle when you go to the market? Right. (Mr. Busan doesn’t know how to haggle?) Aren’t you supposed to try to get discounts? But this is what I think. (He doesn’t try to haggle?) It could be my friend’s mother (He thinks otherwise) or the mother of someone I know. I feel bad trying to get $1 or $2 off the price. Right. What does that make me then? No, listen. You didn’t go to a traditional market. If I pay the price they name, they give me more. They give you some for free. (He gets more for free) I am grateful for that. (Mr. Busan doesn’t make deals) I just can’t cut down prices at the market. When he walks by… “Oh, that fool!” (A wallet with a hole) Since he doesn’t haggle? (Merchants just wait for Mr. Busan) That’s why they welcomed him! The Kim Jungtae price is set. (Kim Jungtae came to the market!) (Go over there, too) They made an announcement when I was parking. Mr. Kim Jungtae is here. (Mr. Busan finally goes home) (2 p.m.) Samsun. Samsun. What are you doing here? No, I’m not going to give you food. (He talks to Samsun like he’s done it many times) Alright then. (How to clean marine products coming up!) They gave me so much that I had so much to clean. (Mr. Busan’s first choice is small crabs) Crabs? Oh. Small crabs? We normally buy the ones that are already clean. Right. Everyone, watch carefully. These are called Maple crabs, caught near Busan. Don’t they look like maple leaves? (Hard to prepare) You need to cut off their sharp claws. He’s done it many times. (Must protect yourself from their claws!) You’re a professional. This is very dangerous. They’re holding on to each other. Let go! Let go! You have to be parted anyway. (You can’t be together) Meet again inside the noodles. They’re filled with eggs. When I went to the Gijang Market, crabs were in season and they had so many crabs! There were so many crabs. (You talking to me?) (Mr. Busan’s tip #1 for crabs: Remove claws first) (2. Cut body in half / 3. Wash them in running water) Afterwards, you can use their claws as toothpicks. Well, I guess you’d have to think about that. (Maple crabs are cleaned and cut) Now, what’s next? Isn’t he almost a professional? What I did last week was nothing. You just touched it. That’s right. All I did was touch it. (What’s next? Big crabs) They are still alive. (Tip for living crabs: Pour hot water and wait) (Or store them in the fridge first) The ones with round stomachs are females. That’s not easy to handle. (Merciless scissoring) (Scowling) (Faster and more accurate than any others) You’re really good. (Cheer, everyone) I’m amazed by how well you do it. It’s so fresh. It’s so strong that it was hard to rip it in half. There! (Big crabs are cut twice) (Ready to be reborn as marinated soy sauce crabs!) (He even cleans shell thoroughly) These are dirty, so they should be removed. (He’s truly the best housekeeping man!) (He’s done with big crabs, too!) – I can see how experienced you are. / – Seriously. (What’s this?) You have so many to clean. Squid! The sink is still clean even after doing all that! (Tip: Wash thoroughly) Wash it… And then prepare the squid. (Not an easy job) – Indeed. / – Squid isn’t easy. It looks simple, but it’s not easy. It gets messy if it squirts ink. (Skilled) What? (One bite please, daddy!) Please move. You’re in my way! You’re going to eat squid? Don’t covet squid. (Playing hard to get with Samsun) You sound the same when you talk to dogs. – Yes, that’s right. / – You sound the same. Squid… Before I do anything… I’m sure Kim Seungwoo doesn’t know this. (Newspaper?) Why do I place newspaper on the cutting board? Wooden cutting boards can get smelly and it’ll smell bad if you use the same one for fruits. This way, you can keep it from getting smelly and it’s easy to clean afterwards just by throwing it away. You’re squid? I’m Kim Jungtae! (Tired of the acting tone) Isn’t that a line from “No. 3”? (Come in! Come in!) Wait… (What is it now? Hold on…) I need to sharpen the knife. You sharpen your own knife at home? You talk to food. (Pro villain actor sharpens knives) You sharpen your own knives? (Fast movements) (This is his secret?) – Using foil? / – Oh, foil. You can easily sharpen a knife this way. Right. I’ve seen that. It’s simple. (Clinking) I have new respect for you. (It’s sharpened well!) Now let me cut up the squid. We’ll see your great skills here, too? (Attention! He starts to cut up a squid) (Mr. Busan’s tip: Cut open the back) (Mr. Busan’s tip: Grab by the legs and pull) – Just grab and pull. / – The organs? (Perfect) You did it perfectly. They just rip off easily. (So serious) (Mr. Busan’s tip: Cut off the parts below the eyes) There… You were wearing contact lenses. You make housekeeping so interesting. There’s no end. (He continues to talk to himself) Is there an audience in front of you? The squid was wearing contacts It’s not good to eat this. Just the legs are left. (Not done. There’s so much to do) (Texture of the squid) You have to cut in the opposite direction. The texture of the squid is in this direction. If you cut in the opposite direction it’s so much softer when you chew. That’s why you cut it that way. To make it soft. Wow, the way he’s using the knife… It’s different. (Mind of a homemaker) (So serious when he’s using a knife) You are quiet when you’re concentrating. (Perfect skills with a knife) Now… I’m done with squid. (He is done cleaning and cutting squid) Done, right? (There’s no end to preparing seafood) (What’s next? Instant noodle abalones) Abalones? (His next target is abalone) The ones I bought. $10 for 10. They are so cheap. (He picks something up) – They give you so much. / – They’re so cheap. They really give so many. – A toothbrush? / – Yes, to brush their teeth. (Tip: Clean abalone with running water and toothbrush) Last week, Taegwon just washed it with his hands. With his hands. If you clean it, the abalone goes like this. Because it tickles. (The abalone is getting a real bath today) Wow. Rub, rub, rub. (His second technique is revealed) Rub, rub, rub. Yes, like that. (He removes the shell with a spoon) Right. You’re supposed to use a spoon. You must flip over the spoon and push. Then the shell will come off easily. The most important part. I will remove organs from the meat. (Removing organs) Then cut off its tooth with scissors. – You’re not supposed to eat that? / – Nope. Since it feels like a bone. I will put them in the noodles last. Abalone noodles? Abalone instant noodles? (So high-class) That’s so high-class. – That must be fantastic. / – Right? That’s just… I put a towel underneath so it doesn’t slip. (We can feel his aura from the start) (He’s not an ordinary man) (Amazed) (I want this man) You look used to holding a knife. With this music in the background… (Looks familiar) We’ve seen this side of you many times. (He’s done preparing the ingredients!) Squid… (Starting with squid) (Placed in a container) What are you making? I’m just preparing the ingredients for later. Oh, you clean them… (Ingredients prepared in advance) We used those ingredients for dinner that evening. (Organizing in containers is important) (He perfectly puts them away in containers!) Storage… (Mr. Busan’s treasure chest, the refrigerator!) (One by one) (The fruits of his hard work!) That’s impressive. (But!) Cleaning up is always the problem. That’s where you can tell if someone’s good or not. Cleaning up at the end is an important step. (Cleaning up is what’s left) (He doesn’t hesitate!) (Moving quickly) Remove trash first. (Doing it easily) (Professional homemaker’s perfect moves!) (This is the back of a true housekeeping man!) Your back must hurt since you’re so tall. Yes, my back hurts because the sink is low. (Cleaning thoroughly) Look. I can’t stand straight. (It took two hours to prepare the ingredients) – It’s already 4 p.m. / – It took 2 hours. You are very thorough. You seemed thorough doing the dishes, too. – Are you always that thorough? / – Yes. You work really fast. You’re quick with your hands. Yes, I am. Most people who cook are fast and think of what to do next in advance. Right. They don’t wander around thinking of what to do next. (A little extravagance for myself) You’re turning on music? A cup of coffee? You’re just like Bong Taegyu! Aren’t you just doing that because of the cameras? I didn’t turn on music. (Free to have a cup of coffee) The ending to housekeeping is drinking coffee. He’s reading the newspaper. Isn’t that an act? (Acting out everyday life) It was just there, so I read it. I can’t have an interest in current affairs? – Excitement? / – Housekeeping is about excitement. – That’s a great comment. / – Thank you. (Mr. Busan proved that he’s the top housekeeping man) That was the best housekeeping ever. He’s on a different level. He definitely has 30 years of experience. His knife skill… He’s like a chef. The sound is consistent. Was the way he prepared seafood highly-skilled? Yes, it’s highly-skilled. (He’s a pro housekeeper?) Preparing seafood is hard. (Not everyone does that?) – It’s hard. / – Yes. The fact that he knows the texture of squid… I can’t help but doubt if you are at a level to evaluate us, Sonha. You may not… (Is she good enough to evaluate them?) I… – You can do that much, right? / – Yes. (Stammering) I observed her while we were watching the clip. She was watching and sometimes (Taegyu observed Sonha) she had this look that she didn’t know. That’s not true! (Strong denial) (He’s pretty good) (He’s very good!) (I should learn that from him) To be honest… I didn’t know how to tell the sex of the crabs. Really? I didn’t know how to tell them apart. You didn’t do any housekeeping before getting married? I’m sure you ate out while you were living in Japan. No, I cooked for myself. – Is that so? / – Yes. (Giving and receiving) So what did you make with the seafood for dinner? My wife volunteered to cook to thank me. So she made spicy seafood soup. (His wife was touched) With a glass of soju. (Provided by Mr. Busan Jungtae) It’d be fun to cook if the ingredients are ready. You just take out the ingredients and cook. It’s fun to be on a program with us, right? – Yes. / – It’s the same thing. I can just take your work and talk about it. (Just add seasoning to already-prepared talks!) It’s all in the subtitles. It’s nice. (Having these hosts with him is reassuring) I’m not jealous. I admit he’s better at cooking. But I’d like to say that I’m good at doing the dishes. – Really? / – Of course. (Really?) Until our program has a steady rate of viewers, we must make promises of what we’ll show them. So you’re luring the viewers in? I will show the viewers how I do the dishes. I’m curious. (Mr. Songdo doing the dishes coming soon) Have you gone out to markets, Taegwon? I work out in Mapo. Mangwon Market is in Mapo. (Badminton center in Mapo) I sometimes go there to buy things. Do you go and haggle or not? I’ve changed after I was on “One Night, Two Days.” How popular did you become after you were on it? I promise I will watch that episode this week! I watched it. The program is about 90 minutes long, right? You were on it for 30 seconds! Right? You were on it for 30 seconds! Then why is he making a big fuss out of it? So you can’t haggle because they recognize you? That is absurd. I promise you that next week… Please. Just stop! Let’s try to make this program successful. So we need to just throw out a bunch of ideas. Why are you trying to sell miracle drugs? That’s the way we can survive for a long time. Everybody. I will go to a traditional market soon and show you the art of haggling. We need to make promises like this. Why don’t you go on “Screening Humanity”? (Mr. Songdo’s hectic housekeeping life) We must make little promises. I hope you wear that exact same outfit to a market (Look forward to seeing Mr. Songdo haggle) (Mr. Gimpo must work after eating breakfast) I need to throw out recyclable waste. I do it often. Ever since we moved here… Every time I go out, my wife kindly piles it up by the door. You’re even wearing plastic gloves. You’re quite clean. Yes. (Let’s see…) Will the gloves fit? (Must recycle every day) It’s hard to put those gloves on. It’s hard? (Let’s get started now) (They’re not… Going in well) I must reduce the trash first. (Already complaining) (Tip 1: Fold noodle package and put in soup packet) You’re very thorough. You must organize them well before you go out so that you don’t waste too much time. You are so detailed. You’re very thorough. (Mr. Gimpo’s trick) Milk carton. (Tip 2: Wash milk cartons and dry them first) That? Milk will leak if you don’t wash it first. Then it begins to smell. Wow, I’ve never heard that before. This is supposed to be separated. (Tip 3: Remove yogurt foil, wash, and dry it) I need to divide these. How many days worth of trash is that? I throw them out once a day. You seem to have lots of recyclable garbage. Because I want chicken! Then I want beer! Then I must have noodles the next day. It’s a vicious cycle. (Paper) Plastic. (It’s always confusing to recycle) Plastic. Put this here. (He’s almost a pro) – Do you know what’s ambiguous? / – What? When we buy batteries. They’re wrapped in paper and plastic. Once I remove the plastic, paper still gets on it. That’s… I normally cut off the paper part. Really? (That’s too excessive) If it’s that complicated, let’s not buy food! Let’s not buy anything. (Let’s not buy or eat) (If you don’t make mistakes, you don’t make anything) (What’s the next recyclable waste?) (Plastic bottles) (Ripping) (Recycling tip 4: Rip plastic labels off bottles) Wow, look at him rip off the labels. You shouldn’t throw them out with plastic bottles. You’re supposed to wash those out, too. (He’s perfect) Your image has completely changed. You’re so thorough! I never knew this side of you. (Mr. Gimpo’s skilled moves) (He is very thorough) I can tell you’ve done this many times! You’re so tidy! (He can’t be cleaner than this) I wish my husband would do the same! Seriously. (I’m so jealous) Your place will be chosen as the best place to live. Yes, it is the best place to live. That would be a great honor. You look different now. – He looks different, right? / – Yes! (He’s done recycling plastic bottles) Regular garbage. (Mr. Gimpo’s next target, regular garbage) (Oh my) This is the worst. – This is an emergency! / – What is it? What is it? There are many dirty diapers in there. (I can’t stand this) Oh gee! (Mr. Gimpo is annoyed) Ah! This is terrible! There wasn’t a plastic bag inside. The plastic bag was too short. (I know what you ate last night) (Mr. Gimpo annoyed for the second time) (He cleans up every little piece) You’re really thorough and neat! Oh, that stinks. (He gets wet wipes) (He didn’t close the lid) That bothers me. – You want to close it? / – Yes. – I know what you mean. / – The wet wipes will dry up. I must find something to pick on. Iljung is trying to find a problem in what you do. (He cleans up the dirty floor) (With a wet wipe) (Good job) Okay. I’m done, right? (Mr. Gimpo is done arranging trash) Okay. Let’s go. Let’s take it one by one. (As if he’s carrying a baby) It’s fine when we eat, but I hate cleaning it up. Let’s go. So what if he’s good? He didn’t close the lid. It’s still open! (Still focused on the wet wipe lid) You’re persistent. It wouldn’t close itself automatically. Why are you getting a stroller out? You’re taking them out in a stroller? It works as a cart, right? (He loads and loads some more) (Rediscovery of a wagon) Alright! We bought that when our eldest was born. Then the wheels went flat. It just got too old. But it’s perfect to use for taking out the trash. Is that a housekeeping secret of yours? Yes, it is! Only those who’ve done it will know. He’s a true housekeeping man. It’s really convenient when we have a lot of trash. (La la la la) – Hello. / – Hello. Hello. Nice to meet you. Let me throw out the trash now. (He takes out the gloves again) He’s wearing the gloves again. You’re wearing them again? (They’re tight) You’re that thorough? I’m impressed! I must put on my gear before working. (Leave it to me!) (The security guard will help him out if he needs it) The security guard must love it. (You can ask me anytime) When we go out to throw out recyclable trash, security guards always come out and take a peek. – Right. / – Right. They don’t normally stare like that. But they do hover around and take a peek to see if we’re doing it properly. Well, that’s understandable. (Are they recycling well?) Within a household, we do it ourselves, but if we don’t do a good job, they have to do it over. So let us all do a good job when recycling. If you give a comment like that… He always looks at the camera when he does that. I’m sorry. It’s a habit. He made a comment like he’s always done that. (So many plastic bottles from Mr. Gimpo’s trash) My wife and I ate it together. I didn’t eat everything by myself. (I didn’t say anything) (He’ll sort out cans next) (Recycling tip 6: Reduce the size of the cans) Wow! (He stomps hard using his weight) – They’re compressed. / – For each one. (Two days worth of cans) How can they be that flat? They’re just weak. (Are those cans? Or flatfish?) I thought a truck ran over them. It looks you pressed them with a machine. They can’t be recycled. They can’t be re-shaped. (Aluminum cans are dead) Really? I should go back and unflatten them. You should roll them up. (The guard is still on the watch) Isn’t it refreshing to empty out the bins? (Keeping his eyes on Seyoon / So busy) (Recycling tip 7: Remove labels and tape on boxes) – You’re so thorough! / – You have to remove tape. (He is very thorough) It is plastic. We have so many boxes at home from deliveries. I’d like to donate them to a supermarket sometimes. Boxes are the biggest task to throw out. – When you throw them out… / – Must flatten them. You have to remove the address label. – Right. / – That’s very important. I’ve never thought of that! That’s basic knowledge. For mail, too. To protect your private information… Stop! Come on! Who knows? Maybe I’ll film a public service ad. It’s convenient for everyone if I do this. (Folding up the boxes to recycle them) Lastly, my plastic gloves. (He throws away the gloves) Bye. (Mr. Gimpo is done throwing out trash) I haven’t thrown out trash during the day for so long. Since I did it during the day, the guard was there. Since there was a security camera too, (Humble) I think that motivated me to do a better job. Thank you so much for working so hard. Yes, he did great. (Did he do a good job recycling?) I could tell he is a thoughtful person. I could tell he is a thoughtful person. Oh my! (Last item: An old umbrella) Take this out. We’ve used this for too long. (Disassembling umbrella) You’re supposed to take them apart? Why? (He easily separates plastic) That’s removed. (Recycling tip 8. Disassemble umbrella by materials) (Perfect) That’s just perfect. That was done perfectly. Oh my! (Refreshing, clean, and confident) So manly! (Housekeeping is about details – Mr. Gimpo) (Mr. Gimpo’s philosophy: Generous and detailed) You are really thorough! That was very thorough! Seungwoo, have you ever recycled? Do you know what it is to recycle? Of course. Come on. No, it’s not that… It’s located on the first basement floor. There are three trash cans. One for plastic. One’s for garbage and one’s for food waste. I’m sure you’ve seen it as you passed by. – No! / – The location. (He sees them as he passes by) I’m better than you think at recycling. I’m a tidy person. I’m well-organized. (Tidier than most people think) We saw the way you cook last week. (Oh, is that so?) When I saw the sweet red bean bun noodles, I became doubtful of how good you’d be at recycling. I’m a tidy person. I don’t like to see something spilled when I eat. I usually have a napkin with me when I eat because I’m worried about something spilling. So I can clean it up right away if I spill something. Do you spill things often when you eat? He has a runny nose often. (No wonder) Oh gee. For most households in our apartment, men usually do the recycling. They do because recyclable trash is heavy. It’s heavy. So what’s wrong with our family? I don’t know why he’s like that. Send a message to your husband. I’ve been living thinking that you’re like other men, but I feel like I’ve been duped. No, no. All domestic conflict usually starts from comparing. Please don’t compare with other families. My husband is the best. My wife is the best. You speak so eloquently. He’s an announcer. You must not compare. Iljung, you are quite consistent, which is good. What do you wear when you go out to recycle? I usually go out when it’s dark… Do you call it a wifebeater? Wifebeater? We don’t normally use that word now… – I wear that and shorts. / – Sleeveless? You’re like an old man. Just a common old man next door. But after I was on “One Night, Two Days,” my wife stopped me since people might recognize me. She told me to at least wear a t-shirt. After being on “One Night, Two Days.” Because people recognize you… Whenever I go near people, they recognize me. They turn to look at me… (He has become delusional) – Maybe it’s all in your head. / – No. I’ve been an actor for 16 years and no one recognizes me at a market. (A battle of popularity) You had no impact on the public. (Fierce world of entertainment) Are we dissing each other now? (Back to Mr. Yeomchang) (What will the 97-point husband do today?) (Mr. Yeomchang is all dressed up) My hair isn’t straightened out completely. I should’ve dried it better. Oh, that’s right! I’m Kim Iljung. I’m Kim Iljung. Nice to meet you. (Lowers voice) That sounds too serious. (Why does he look so nervous?) Are you going on a blind date? (Is it a special day?) Why are you so anxious? You’re all dressed up! Look at your clothes! Are you going to a supermarket? You’re dressed up. Who dresses like that to go to a supermarket? There is someone who does. I was surprised, too. (Supermarket fashion pioneer) Hello. Hello. (Where is he headed?) (Who is he meeting?) (What? He’s shaking hands with the air?) (Kindergarten?) What are you doing at a kindergarten? My second son is doing a song and poem presentation today. I came to cheer for him. Your wife isn’t here. (Why didn’t your wife come too?) She works in the morning. She can’t make it to any morning events. So I took the time to come. As a father, I came to watch. (2016 Poem, Song, Storytelling Presentation) (First step toward becoming a more domestic husband) (Which class is my son in?) Azalea class? (Is it here?) You seem to be there for the first time. – It’s not your first time, is it? / – You look lost. Do you guys go often? (Unbelievable) (Peeking) (It’s his first visit to his second son’s kindergarten) It’s not there, sir. – Hello. / – Nice to meet you! Hello. I’m Hyeonjun’s dad. Nice to meet you. I’m always worried about him as his father. I wonder if he’s doing well. – He’s doing very well. / – Is he? Yes. Look forward to the presentation. Thank you. (He smiles out of relief) Oh, it’s downstairs. By the way, what class is my son in? (Oh my!) (That is terrible, even in my opinion) (Oh my) Orchid class. Oh, that’s right. I knew it was a name of a flower. Alright. Orchid. For my eldest, everything was new and interesting since it was my first time, so I went to some events. But since it’s my second time, (2nd child’s fate) I should’ve gone to some events, I just ended up not finding time to go. So this is the first time going to his school event. (He feels sorry to his second son as he walks in) (Oh no!) (The front rows are already full) You came late. You have to go early on days like this. You have to go really early to sit in the front row. – It’s hard to get good seats. / – Right. Excuse me. Is this seat…? (Servile) (He found an empty seat?) – You can have a seat. / – Can I? (Lucky! He finds a seat in the front row) You come late and sit in the front row! That’s such an inconvenience to the people in the back. You’re blocking people in the back. I’m bending over. You’re very tall. Yes. I’ll keep my head down. (He feels awkward in this situation) It is awkward. Children become friends right away, but grownups, especially fellow parents, feel awkward with each other. Orchid class. Come on in! (Parents are most nervous at this time!) (Iljung’s son Hyeonjun) (His son’s appearance disarms Kim Iljung) (Hyeonjun) Didn’t your eyes water? – It is touching. / – Yes, that’s right. – While watching that situation? / – Yes. Please cheer for our performances. (Showing his fatherly smile) You’ll go through this soon, too. I don’t know how that feels yet. (Pay attention!) It feels different. (The children must’ve practiced for days!) Good job. (Proud) (Hyeonjun’s turn is coming up) He must be nervous. I’m nervous, too. (Dad, I’m nervous) Oh no. (Iljung is nervous, too) (Hyeonjun, you can do a good job, right?) Can you show me what you’re going to do? He practiced at home! – I asked him to show me, but… / – Because he’s shy. He started and then just smiled. Will he do a good job? (Oh no) (Son! This is for real!) Next up is Kim Hyeonjun! (It’s finally his son’s turn!) Oh my god!! – Oh my god! / – I’m so nervous! It’s more nerve-racking for parents. Right. Parents tend to be more nervous. (Eyes watering) – Because the child might mess up? / – Yes. Kim Hyeonjun, come on up! (Gulp) Seeing my son up on stage was more nerve-racking than when I go on stage. You can do it, Hyeonjun! (He gets energy from his dad…) (Hyeonjun’s presentation begins) (Don’t be nervous, Hyeonjun) ♪ Leaf, leaf, baby leaf ♪ (Good job, son) ♪ It’s starting to dance ♪ (He’s good, right?) (That’s my son) (Thanks to his dad showing support) (Hyeonjun finishes without making a mistake) Good job. (Standing ovation) – You can’t help but do that. / – Right. That’s what happens. You realize you’re the only one standing up, right? (He was more nervous than his son on stage) I was so nervous. Good job! I was worried that he might do it like he did at home. But he’s doing well at school. He eats a lot and gets along with his friends. He’s acting like a human being. (Kim Iljung, you just need to do better) I’ll come if there’s an event for Hyeonjun again. I must. Let’s go eat together since you did a great job. Noodles in black bean sauce? How does that sound? Say, “Hello. I’m Kim Hyeonjun.” Greet people like that. Repeat after me. Hello. I’m Kim Hyeonjun. (Housekeeping is about) Repeat after me. (Taking the first step – Kim Iljung) (What? Why are they applauding so warmly?) That’s who I am. Let’s not be fooled, everyone. We are touched by the kid’s presentation at the end. You must remember the beginning part of Iljung. We’ve all been to our children’s schools, right? I went to my child’s sports day. There was a race among fathers. Did you run? (He competed in the fathers’ race!) It’s so fierce. – No kidding. / – Really? I decided to run to have fun. but other fathers thought the result would reflect their kid’s grade. (My result is my child’s pride!) This one father next to me (I won’t lose!) was tying his sneakers and glaring at me. Because kids get disappointed. The four of us ran and I placed third. – At least you weren’t last! / – Fortunately, there was a person in the lead, then he fell down. (An overly passionate father) There is always someone who does that. He was too eager to win. He just wanted to win so badly… But my daughter was disappointed that I placed third. I guess I should’ve at least placed second. You’ll go through this soon, Taegyu. You’ll need a lot of advice from all of us. Just don’t get advice from Iljung. Yes, you can. (Serious) I have a lot to say. Iljung seems to be confident about everything. How could you give yourself 97 points? (So ridiculous) I told you exactly. Minus 1 point because I can’t cook. Minus 1 point for lying down on the sofa. I was being objective and took off 3 points. Since your wife is a photographer you can pose for her all you want. (So jealous) That’s great information. You two should be mixed. Yes. You two need to be mixed a bit. (Water and oil) Have you ever wished that children would grow up quickly and they would go into their rooms and not come out? (Do not enter, Kim Iljung) (I’m sorry for saying you’re like him, honey) We are different from Kim Iljung. That is his personal opinion. It has nothing to do with this program. It is not what our program is striving for. You want them to become teenagers quickly? I just wish they would go into their rooms and lock it. Do you want them to get married quickly? No, right? Well, I do want to meet my daughter-in-law. (I lose) Wow… He’s the master of us all. Master of what? The two by his side are better. No… (Master housekeeping man Mr. Jeongreung) He’s the best at recycling. Jungtae is the best at cooking. (Master of cooking) I think Sonha needs to objectively (Hard to rank them) evaluate us to see how well we’re doing overall. So I’ve prepared something. You’ve prepared something? (Suddenly nervous) I prepared a quiz on recycling. This should be recycled. Do you see this mark here? (Recycle) I do, but that’s what it meant? (It’s quite confusing) Does this item have to be recycled? O or X? (The one person who answers correctly the most) (Becomes the king of housekeeping) (Who will sit on the throne?) I have a prize for the one who becomes the king. – I’ll show you. / – What is the prize? – It seems heavy. / – Ta-da! 30 eggs! 30 fertilized eggs. (High-protein, fertilized eggs) (I want that) Look. Eggs laid at dawn by young hens… Those old hens must be so sad. That’s so blunt! Young hens. (Why are they so worked up?) That’s so blunt. It’s a great prize for all of us. (Oh gee) You have to be objective. – Don’t go easy on any of us. / – Alright. Here’s the first question. (Listening carefully) Is pineapple skin considered food waste? O or X? Shouldn’t we think about this? Is pineapple skin considered food waste? One, two, three! We have different answers. We say it’s not. I think pineapple skin is a weapon. (It’s sharp) If it’s thrown out as food waste, it can’t be treated. Whether it is food waste or not is determined by whether it can be fed to animals or not. I heard otherwise. (Another opinion) That’s what I heard. I think, “Can I eat it or not?” Then there’s no garbage! I should be able to eat it for animals to eat it. – That’s the same concept. / – Really? – People are animals, too! / – Right. The answer is… X! X! Right! Right. Animals eat food waste, so there are things that are excluded. Right! Here’s the second question! Is red pepper paste considered food waste? O or X? Red pepper paste? That’s… Think about it. One, two, three! (Seyoon, Iljung, Taegyu, Jungtae: X) (Seungwoo, Taegwon: O) The answer is… X! (Some are happy, some are not) Wait. The same rule must be applied. Red pepper paste has too much salt. I didn’t think of that. It’s not good for animals to consume too much salt. So red pepper paste is excluded from food waste. I’m sure some would like to eat salty food. It’s up to the individuals. Here’s the third question. Traditional hanbok clothing. (Recycling Quiz!) Are hanboks recyclable? O or X? (Can hanboks be recycled?) Recycled. Hanbok. One, two, three! – I don’t think so. / – We got different answers again. The answer is… X! – Why not? / – Why? (People are complaining) Please explain. I don’t understand. I’ve passed on the hanbok from my eldest to youngest. The fabric of a hanbok is easily ruined by external factors, so it is not recyclable. Here’s the next question! Can cotton t-shirts with a stretched-out neck be recycled? O or X? O or X? – Does that matter? / – I don’t know. One, two, three! This is X! It’s 100% recyclable! (Mr. Yeomchang alone says it’s X) The key part of a t-shirt is the neck. The answer is O! Yes! (I’m the only one who got it wrong?) Why is that? It can be combined with synthetic fibers and be utilized in architecture in the form of plastic. For architecture? (First time he’s heard this) I never knew that. A t-shirt? It’s possible for t-shirts. (Amazed) He said he didn’t know, but he got all of them right. You’re good at guessing. Here’s the next question! Broken plates should be recycled. O or X? Broken plates? One, two, three! – They should be recycled. / – I don’t know. The answer is… – X! / – Really? – X! / – Really? Why would you recycle them? Just throw them out. Why? (Mr. Yeomchang knows well) Can’t people who take the trash get hurt? Glass products can’t be used as raw materials, so they should be thrown out as garbage. I didn’t know the reason, but I got it right. Right. (Recycling tip: Please wrap them safely first) I felt your love for street cleaners. (Surprisingly, he’s showing his kind side) Here’s the next question. Do wooden chopsticks have to be recycled? O or X? Wooden chopsticks? Do wooden chopsticks have to be recycled? O or X? One, two, three! (I don’t know) I don’t think it’s correct. Is that so? (Only Mr. Busan has a different answer) – We have different answers again. / – Jungtae only. The answer is X! Yes! (Mr. Busan is far from winning) We don’t recycle wood, right? That’s right. It’s regular waste. Large furniture should be reported to be taken. How many questions are left? The hardest question! (Recycling Quiz!) The most difficult question is left. Just one left? I think we are all out. These three are in the lead. Even if we get this right, we can’t beat Taegyu. – Let’s make this a 3-pointer. / – Final round flip. Flipping over the score? – If Taegyu is okay with it! / – Yes, it’s fine. Then let’s finish off with a 3-point question. But it has to be hard. The last question is a short answer question. We can’t get that right. It’s not an O or X question. (I shouldn’t have agreed) You need your knowledge and math skills. Listen carefully before answering. (Oh my) Mr. Gimpo collected beer bottles he drank last night to get a refund on empty bottles, and he got a total of 65 cents. So how many bottles of beer did Mr. Gimpo drink last night? (How many bottles for 65 cents?) He got 65 cents? How many bottles? Me! 65 bottles! You thought of it too simply. (Ha!) A cent per bottle! (65 bottles times 1 cent) I see. Beep! Five? – Can I answer? / – No! (Suddenly) (Wrong) – Beer bottles, right? / – Beer bottles. (I’m Mr. Jeongreung) (Bong Taegyu shows his life as a great housekeeper) (Housekeeping genius) (I will get this answer right) Answer! Bong Taegyu. 13 bottles? No way. 13 bottles? – How did you calculate it? / – How did you get that? That’s impossible. (Criticisms) No way! Unbelievable! (The housekeeping genius prevailed) – How much is it per bottle? / – 5 cents! (Perfect) 5 cents? I’ve seen it at the market. If you recycle cans like this, you get money… Unbelievable! I read the signs. I was amazed that we still do that. (We are more amazed by you) We can’t beat him. We can’t beat Taegyu. (Try to beat Taegyu, if you can) Congratulations. (Bong Taegyu is the housekeeping king) Thank you. You got almost all of them right. – Congratulations. / – Thank you. (Happy) Your son will have eggs in his baby food for a while. You’re an awesome dad. (Next week on Mr. House Husband) (For the first time on TV) (Mr. Songdo and Ms. Ju’s) (House is revealed) (That’s where) (Mr. Songdo will show off his cooking skills) (The best housekeeping man) (Bong Taegyu) (He now attempts to make beef-bone soup) (No hesitation) (Symbol of patience and love, beef-bone soup) Wow. I think it’s done. (Mr. Gimpo making kimchi for the winter) (From preparing ingredients to making seasoning) (Hidden surprise charm of Mr. Gimpo) My wife will love this. She might order steamed pork tonight. 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-Thank you. -Thank you so much
for being here. Uh… [ Laughter ] What did —
Did you bring me something? -I — yeah.
-Yeah? -Yeah, I did.
-Yeah. Yeah. [ Laughter ] -You know what
this is about, right? -I do know what this is about,
I think. -Because the last time
I was here, you asked me how I get ready
to go on stage, and I said I listen
to my “Alvin and the Chipmunks” records in the dressing room. And you said, “You should
come over to my house sometime, and we’ll watch
‘Alvin and the Chipmunks’ and put on our ‘Alvin
and the Chipmunks’ onesies.'” [ Laughter ] Well, after that segment, whoever is in charge
of “Alvin and the Chipmunks” sent me these onesies.
[ Laughter ] -Is that right?
-That’s power. [ Laughter ]
-That is power, right there. Is it easy to —
Shall I get one on? [ Cheers and applause ] -I didn’t want to put you
in a pressured position. -Just maybe — We’ll talk
about your movie while you– -While you strip?
-[ Chuckles ] No, no, no, no. [ Audience cheers ] Here’s the way
my stripping works — People pay me to put clothes on.
[ Laughter ] -Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
-They go, “Ladies and gentlemen, give it up for Jimmy Fallon,”
and I just get dressed with more layers
and more layers. You’re here on a special night.
-I know. And if you don’t mind,
I’d like to say — I have been thinking
of a couple of vets today I would like to say hi to.
-That would be fantastic. -They’re both named Bob. Bob Adams,
he was in the Vietnam War. And my friend Bob Pennington, who I met when I was
working on “12 Strong.” So hey, Bob, and hey, Bob. [ Cheers and applause ] Yeah. Thank you. They’re probably embarrassed
that I’m mentioning them right now considering
what I’m wearing. But they’ll just have to
get over it. [ Laughter ] -Can we talk about your movie
“Knives Out”? -Sure can.
-I enjoyed it. I loved it.
-Oh, thank you. -I haven’t seen a movie like
that in a long time. -Yeah, it’s like
an Agatha Christie — In the spirit of Agatha
Christie, a good old fashioned
murder mystery type movie. -Like a whodunit type of —
-A whodunit type movie. -Like a “Clue” —
like a “Clue” type of a movie. -Oh, my God. [ Laughter ]
-I do like it — -I have one of those lives where
every day is a dream come true. [ Laughter ] Like, I never thought in
a million years when I was out playing in the crick behind my
house in Kentucky when I was 5 that I would someday be
on a late night talk show and force a very famous man to put an “Alvin
and the Chipmunks” shirt on. -I actually —
-Yeah, right? It’s something —
[ Cheers and applause ] It’s an accomplishment.
It’s an accomplishment. ♪♪ That’s beautiful.
So, yeah, it’s like a whodunit. And it’s — My dad is played
by Christopher Plummer, and he’s a famous
mystery writer. And we all get together
for his birthday. And wouldn’t you know it, by
the end of the night, he’s dead. -Yeah.
-And somebody did it. -Yeah.
-So then Daniel Craig comes and tries to figure out
who did it. -He’s fantastic in it. But
everyone’s a little suspicious. -Yeah, a little shady.
-Everybody’s a little shady. You play — You play it great,
as you always do. You’re a very good actor.
-Thank you, Jimmy. -Do people come up to you a lot?
Do they recognize you? -Yeah. [ Laughter ]
Yeah, sometimes. Well, I have been to airports — I was hearing about
your travel stories today. I had my own travel stories
today. Airports are a particularly
vulnerable situation. Also the locker room at the Y.
People feel very comfortable… [ Laughter ]
…coming up and to me and telling me —
One guy recently came up to me and he said, “Hey,
I seen you in the movies. I’ve seen you
in a lot of movies, and you always make
the same face in every one.” [ Laughter ] I’m like, “Well, it works.”
-Yeah, what do you say? Yeah, yeah.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ]
-“I’m in a lot of movies.” Yeah.
-I mean, here’s my wallet. -It’s a good face, yeah.
[ Laughter ] -Can we do something funny
with these uniforms on? -Yeah.
-Wrestle or something? [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] We’re just sitting here.
-We can talk about — If you want to,
we can talk about “The Current War:
Director’s Cut.” -While we’re wrestling?
-Let’s talk about — -This is perfect because
“The Current War” is about the battle between Thomas Edison
and George Westinghouse. -Uh-huh. Yeah.
[ Cheers and applause ] And I didn’t know much
about that. -Yeah, yeah. -Then you throw a little Nikola
Tesla in there. -Yeah.
-And — Oh! That’s a dirty move! -That’s not a dirty move.
-That’s a dirty move! I almost hit you.
[ Indistinct arguing ] -Oh, my God.
You’re too old for this. Oh, Jesus! Help! Help! Help me, somebody! [ Cheers and applause ] [ Bell dinging ] -Oh, gosh. I haven’t wrestled
like that since last night. [ Laughter ]
It is about the — -No wonder you won
that People’s Choice Award. [ Laughter ] This man’s strong.
-Thank you very much. Appreciate that.
It is about — “The Current War” is about electricity,
and Westinghouse — -I play George Westinghouse, who’s a guy that not many people
know much about. You see his name everywhere
on, like, appliances and things. -Yeah.
-But he was a real guy. I’m sorry, I’m a little winded.
-Yeah, me, too. [ Laughter ]
I’m so happy you’re talking. -Right.
-‘Cause I’m real winded. -He kind of proved that you
don’t have to be, like, a total scumbag
to make mountains of money. That you can actually make a lot
of money and be a good guy. So I thought it was a very
important story to tell. -Everyone should see it.
Song: “Show Me Love” by Hundred Waters Don’t let me show cruelty Though I may make mistakes Don’t let me show ugliness Though I know I can hate And don’t let me show evil Though it might be all I take Show me love, show me love, show me love I got a crick in my neck, limp in my step Crampin’ in my muscles every time I try to flex Don’t know what I’m scared of Baby I’ll show you the love All that I could do was remember you You know I usually say no But if you throw me love, I’ll throw you some more Don’t let me show cruelty Though I may make mistakes Don’t let me show ugliness Though I know I can hate And don’t let me show evil Though it might be all I take Show me love, show me love, show me love I see you, you see me Aliens hanging on, release me Don’t let the feeling that I’m all alone deceive me Just let me in and show me love And your love… Our love gets better every day Our friendship has no religion Love is about who you are and not what you are I don’t see a wheelchair, I see the love of my life Our love is greater than anyone’s hate
– AT THE AGE OF FIVE,
OUR NEXT GUEST HAS BEEN BATTLING LEUKEMIA
FOR HALF OF HIS LIFE, BUT LAST WEEK,
SOMETHING AMAZING HAPPENED. TAKE A LOOK. – JP GIBSON
IS THE NEWEST MEMBER OF THE UTAH JAZZ TEAM
FOR THE DAY. – JP, HOW MANY POINTS
ARE YOU GONNA SCORE TONIGHT? – UM, SEVEN. [laughter] – I DON’T THINK
THERE ARE WORDS TO EXPRESS– I MEAN, WE ARE SO GRATEFUL. – [singing]
YEAH, YOU CAN BE THE GREATEST YOU CAN BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE THE KING KONG
BANGING ON YOUR CHEST – JP GIBSON
HAS COME INTO THE GAME. INBOUND TO JP. HERE HE COMES. WORKING THROUGH THE BIG MEN. NOVAK MISSES ON THE STEAL. HE GOES BY EXUM. GOBERT IS THERE. HE SLIDES BY GOBERT. HE RISES TO THE RIM
AND HAMMERS! JP GIBSON WITH A TWO-HAND FLUSH! – [singing]
AND YOU’LL BE ON THE WALLS OF THE HALL OF FAME [applause] – FROM LAYTON, UTAH,
PLEASE WELCOME FIVE-YEAR OLD JP GIBSON
AND HIS PARENTS MEGAN AND JOSH. HELLO, YOU THREE.
HOW ARE YOU? – WE’RE GREAT.
– GREAT. – IT’S NICE TO MEET YOU, JP. – THANKS.
– THANKS FOR BEING HERE. I LIKE YOUR OUTFIT TOO. THAT’S REALLY GREAT.
– THANKS. – WELL, THERE’S TWO THINGS
THAT ARE CONSISTENT IN OUR HOUSEHOLD IS–
FIRST THING THAT HAPPENS WHEN I COME HOME FROM WORK IS,
I GET A BIG HUG FROM JP, AND NUMBER TWO IS,
MY WIFE’S WATCHING YOUR SHOW. SO THOSE ARE THE CONSISTENT–
– THOSE ARE THE CONSTANTS? – YEAH.
– IT’S TRUE. NO. YOU HAVE MADE
A LOT OF BAD DAYS BRIGHT, SO… – OH, THANK YOU SO MUCH. THAT MAKES ME FEEL
VERY, VERY HAPPY. [cheers and applause] – THANK YOU.
– THANK YOU. SO THIS–I MEAN,
WATCHING THAT VIDEO OF JP PLAYING
WITH THESE NBA PLAYERS, HOW WAS THAT–
HOW DID THAT FEEL? – IT’S–OH.
– UM… – DID YOU LIKE IT, JP?
DID YOU HAVE FUN? – YEAH.
– YEAH. AND YOU MADE A REALLY GOOD DUNK
RIGHT THERE TOO, DIDN’T YOU. – YEAH.
– YEAH. – YOU KNOW, AS A PARENT,
JUST WATCHING THAT, IT’S AMAZING. HIS CONFIDENCE THAT HE HAD
IS JUST LIKE WE WERE PLAYING HOOPS
AT THE HOUSE, AND HE BEATS ME
EVERY TIME TOO. AND IT’S JUST KIND OF
HOW HE HANDLES LIFE WITH HIS–YOU KNOW, BATTLING HIS CANCER
AND GETTING CHEMO. HE’S ALWAYS SO POSITIVE,
AND HE’S A ROCK, AND HE’S MY LITTLE HERO. – YEAH, I WOULD THINK
THAT THAT WOULD BE THE HARDEST THING TO DEAL WITH
AS PARENTS, YOU KNOW. IT’S HARD ENOUGH
TO RAISE A CHILD, BUT THEN TO BE FIGHTING
SOMETHING LIKE THIS. AND IF I CAN BE
A TINY BRIGHT SPOT IN YOUR DAY, THEN MY LIFE IS WORTHWHILE. I’M GLAD THAT I CAN HELP YOU
IN ANY WAY. NOW, WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE
WHEN YOU GROW UP, JP? – A JAZZ PLAYER. – YOU’RE GONNA PLAY–
A JAZZ PLAYER? THAT’S GREAT.
– ANYTHING ELSE? – A UTES PLAYER
AND A GIANTS PLAYERS AND A BRAVES PLAYER. [laughter] – SO THAT WAS THE UTES,
THE GIANTS, THE BRAVES. – OKAY.
– ANYTHING ELSE? – AND A SOCCER PLAYER.
– AND A SOCCER PLAYER. – WHAT ABOUT
YOUR FAVORITE SHOW– BESIDES “ELLEN,” SO… – YEAH. – “AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR”
AND “WIPEOUT.” – “AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR.” – OH, YOU’RE GONNA– YOU’RE GONNA BE VERY BUSY. YOU’RE GONNA HAVE SO MUCH– – CANCER’S NOT GONNA STOP HIM. – NO, NO, OF COURSE NOT. NOT WHEN YOU HAVE BIG PLANS
LIKE THAT. WE HAVE SOME BASKETBALLS
OVER HERE, AND WE THOUGHT
WE’D SHOOT SOME HOOPS, BUT WE PROBABLY NEED
SOME PLAYERS, RIGHT? WE NEED SOMEBODY TO HELP US.
– MAYBE. – SO FROM THE UTAH JAZZ,
PLEASE WELCOME JP’S FAVORITE PLAYERS,
GORDON HAYWARD AND DERRICK FAVORS. [cheers and applause] – [singing]
I’M COMING HOME I’M COMING HOME TELL THE WORLD I’M COMING HOME LET THE RAIN WASH AWAY – OH, MY GOD. HEY.
– HOW YOU DOING? HOW YOU DOING? I’M DERRICK.
HOW YOU DOING? – WHAT A SURPRISE.
– HOW YOU DOING? – THANK YOU FOR COMING.
– HI. HOW ARE YOU? – IS THAT AWESOME?
– I’M GOOD. – WHAT’S UP, JP?
– LET’S GO SHOOT SOME HOOPS. – WHAT’S UP, MAN?
– HOW YOU DOING? – HOW ARE YOU?
– I’M DOING GOOD. – HEY, THANK YOU FROM COMING.
– YES. – OH, MY GOSH.
– GO PLAY. – ALL RIGHT,
SO WE’LL HEAD ON DOWN HERE. – GO ON, BUDDY. – WE MIGHT SHOOT SOME HOOPS
DOWN HERE, OKAY? WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS, JP?
GOOD? WHAT DO YOU THINK OF JP?
– YEAH. – HOW ‘BOUT HIM?
– HE’S A WONDERFUL KID, MAN. – COME ON IN HERE. – YOU KNOW, WHEN I HEARD
ABOUT HIS STORY, YOU KNOW, IT GAVE ME
SO MUCH STRENGTH AND SO MUCH INSPIRATION, MAN. YOU KNOW, I’M SORRY TO HEAR
WHAT HE GOING THROUGH, BUT, YOU KNOW,
HE’S A GREAT KID– STRONG KID AND BRAVE PERSON,
MAN. I’M PROUD OF HIM.
– YEAH. AND HE’S GONNA GROW INTO
THAT UNIFORM. I HAVE A FEELING
HE’S GONNA KEEP GROWING… [laughter] AND HE’S GONNA GROW INTO IT AND BE YOUR HEIGHT ONE DAY AND BE PLAYING, I HOPE. – YEAH, HOPEFULLY.
– YEAH. ALL RIGHT, WELL, I KNOW
THAT A LOT OF THE MONEY HAS GONE TO MEDICAL BILLS,
AND SHUTTERFLY WANTS TO HELP PEOPLE SHARE LIFE’S JOY, SO THEY WANT TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE GIFT OF $10,000. [cheers and applause] – OH, MY GOD. – ALL RIGHT, THANK YOU SO MUCH
FOR SHARING YOUR STORY WITH US. – OH, MY GOSH, THANK YOU. – AND YOU PROBABLY WANT TO THROW A BASKETBALL OR SOMETHING. HE’S LIKE, “WHAT’S GOING ON?” [laughter] “THIS IS SO BORING.” LOOK, $10,000.
THAT’S ALL RIGHT THERE. – IS THAT COOL? [laughter] – ALL RIGHT,
WE HAVE ANOTHER GIFT. WE HAVE SEASONS TICKETS ALSO
TO THE JAZZ FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. [cheers and applause] A BUNCH OF COOL STUFF. – IS THAT AWESOME?
-Hey guys, we’re here at
a local high school out in Queens, New York City. Now, Kevin, you’re in a
new movie called “Night School,” and because of that,
I thought it would be fun if the two of us went back
to high school for a day and competed against
each other to see who is the better student. Now, none of the students
know we’re here, so we’re about to surprise them and crash their classes all day. You ready?
-Yes. [ Bell rings ] -Good morning, everybody. So, we have
two new students today. Let’s make them feel welcome. -Hey.
-Good morning. -Thank you.
-This is for you. Oh, please. Eat it whenever. Hey. [ All gasp ]
-Good morning. -How you doing?
-Good. -An apple? What do you give him
an apple for? I don’t know you’re into
Apple products, but I got you all of them. -Apple.
-[ Laughs ] -Yeah, you could eat mine,
make it into an applesauce. -You know where you can learn
more about applesauce? On apple TV.
-Hmm. -I’m ready to learn.
I’m not here to waste your time. -All right, so, today,
we’re going to be doing some solving
algebraic equations. All right, so, Jimmy,
you want to give it a try? -Um, sure. -[ Laughs ]
-Of course. And let’s see.
“X” plus 22. -Unh-unh. Unh-unh.
-29. -Unh-unh. -That thing,
I always very good — -Mnh-mnh.
-32, “X” — -What?
-“X” equals 7. -What?! What?! -No.
[ Laughter ] -Oh, like you know what it is.
-Everybody knows that. If he had called me up there,
it’s easy. You just —
-I don’t even know — [ Bell rings ]
Oh, I guess I can’t show you. I got to go.
-That’s unbelievable. -I got to go. [ Bell rings ] -Here’s the day
we’ve all been waiting for — frog dissection. -Oh!
-Oh! [ Both gag ] -I’m gonna throw up. [ Burps ] Kinda see his ass.
I can see the frog… Oh, my God.
[ Burps ] Oh, it got me. [ Bell rings ] -And I had a bag,
like, a bag, you know. And that’s when I said,
“Put the money in the bag.” [ Laughter ] I can’t even talk!
[ Chair scraping ] [ Laughs ]
What’s that noise? So, finally —
-You guys having — -It’s so loud. It’s so loud. It’s so loud.
It’s so loud. Just pick the chair up. -Hi, guys.
-It’s so loud. -How you doing?
Oh, this is so fun. Are you guys laughing over here?
[ Laughs ] I got a joke. Do you want to hear
a school joke? A neutron walks into a bar. A neutron. He goes to the bartender,
“How much for a drink?” The bartender says,
“Well, for you, no charge.” [ Laughs ] -Oh, my God.
-It’s a neutron. -Guys. Guys. I’m sorry, Megan. -What’s your problem?
-Guys… -You don’t know what
a neutron is? No charge. Nerds.
[ Laughs ] [ Bell rings ] ♪♪ -Watch out, guys.
Watch out, watch out, watch out. -Watch out. Watch out.
Watch out. -[ Clears throat ]
-Watch out. -Hit the ropes — now.
-He was the one that held me up. -Everyone else, go. Ropes — now.
-Oh, my God! -I think I’m wearing
your shorts. -He —
-Unbelievable. [ Squeaking ] [ Squeaks ] [ Whistle blows ]
-Let’s go. You got it. Yeah! And now we start. That’s right. Yeah! Keep going! -[ Gasping ] I got it. I got it.
-Where’s your underwear at, man? Your Jimmy’s out. God! [ Whistle blows ] -[ Chuckles ]
Dodgeball. Let’s play dodgeball. But that’s a basketball.
-I know it’s a basketball. -Everybody, laps. [ Whistle blows ] I love laps!
-Let’s go, Jimmy. -I’m not tired. -Jimmy’s walking.
-It’s power-walking. Mall walking.
It’s easier on your knees. -Run! No! No!
Jimmy’s leaving! Jimmy! That was great, right?
I brought you a water, man. -Thank you, dude.
-God, class is so crazy. [ Bell rings ] -Jimmy, we know you
tried very, very hard, and we’re very proud of you. But, Kevin,
you are the better student. -Yes!
-Oh, my gosh. This is unbelievable. -Oh, my God. [ Cheers and applause ]
-♪ Tonight ♪ ♪ We are young ♪ ♪ So let’s set
the world on fire ♪ ♪ We can burn brighter
than the sun ♪ ♪ Tonight ♪
– [Oliver] Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba – [Finn] (screams) – [Missy] Oh my goodness,
good morning guys, we are getting ready this morning, – [Bryan] We have a surprise
for both of the boys. It’s not as bad as I thought. – It’s got a hole, and I think you can put the basketball in the hole. – [Bryan] Hey boys! Someone’s here to say hi, go, go, go! – Hi! (upbeat pop music) – [Missy] Three, two, one, good morning! – [Boys] Ba ba ba ba ba ba! – What are you doing?! – Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba (screams) – Oh my goodness, good morning guys. We are getting ready this morning for school in the boys’ bathroom. I’m attempting to brush his hair with one hand and focus my camera. – [Finn] Brush my hair! (water running) Good job! Brushing over, whew! All right, I think we look good. We are officially ready
for school and today is share day, I think
the letter is F, right? – Yeah and we’re bringing a frog. – [Missy] Because what is
the first letter of frog? – F. – [Missy] Yeah! – It’s too bad the babies can’t share. – [Missy] Yeah, Finn
doesn’t get any share days. (sad crying sound) Look at our shadows! – [Oliver] Hiccups. – [Missy] Oh no, hiccups,
ugh that’s the worst. We just dropped off Ollie and I thought that was so cute, he had a picture up from his hundred day party, and I love how his hands are like in his pocket. He’s just standing there, he’s so cute. Your turn to go to school, right? – Yeah! – [Missy] Okay, dropping it off, daily bumps sitting right there (laughs) Whenever I drop off Finn, he usually gets a little bit clingy, but the one thing that will make him let go and run off is anything that has to do with art. So they always are like,
“Finn you wanna come paint?” And he’s like, “Yeah! Bye mom!” We just had his parent teacher conference earlier this week with his teacher and she said he gets so excited whenever art gets pulled out or whenever it’s time to do art, he’s like
the one who’s just like trying to like hurry up
because he just cannot wait to do whatever they’re gonna do. – Good morning guys! What is going on? I am riding this Segway around the house. I’ve been loving this thing and I figured it could also act as like
a camera stabilization. Today is a super exciting day because we have a surprise for both of the boys, and if you guys want a little hint about what the surprise is,
I’ll have it linked up in the I Card, and it’s
gonna be at our house and I’m really excited, so I thought I would head outside
and check on the status of our basketball hoop because I know we got one when we bought the house but I’m not sure what it’s looking like so let’s go check it out. Okay so there’s our hoop,
it’s not as bad as I thought. – Yeah, its a little torn up. – It’s a little OG, oh we got a little torn net option that’s kind of cool. – Yeah.
– I think it’ll do, right? – I mean, it works, it’s got a hole, and I think you can put the
basketball in the hole. – With what we’re doing
with it today though, I’m just really happy
that it is shatter proof. So, thankfully this thing shouldn’t be breaking today, but
hit that thumbs up button if you guys are excited to see what we’re doing with the boys. I think they’re gonna
get a kick out of today because they both love
basketballs and playing outside and stuff so it’s gonna be so fun. Oh, it’s got water all over it. – [Missy] Water. – Been raining like crazy. – Yeah it has. It’s the first blue sky
day we’ve had in a while. – Yeah! All right, I feel like right here? (upbeat music) – Okay, what do you think? – It looks good. – Yeah, I like it. (boing sound effect) What if it just falls over? (deep drum sound) Might need some sand. (laughs) (relaxed music) We gotta go find a basketball. There it is, maybe we should clean it up. Feels good, it might be a little flat. – [Bryan] Oh. – Oh and it’s got a signature
on there, a little bit rubbed off, but I think
that one’s Firefly? – Yeah (chuckles) – Hopefully they just
bring their own, right? – Yeah! I think so. – [Missy] Look at the pups
just came out, (dogs bark) they’re like, “Let’s go play!” – [Bryan] Welcome home! Someone’s here to say hi, go, go, go! (boys scream) (sports air horn) – [Bryan] What?! – [Oliver] Wow! – [Female Basketball Player]
How you doing big man? – [Bryan] Say hey! – [Female Basketball
Player] Ooh you’re strong! Hey little guy! – [Male Basketball Player] How you doing? – [Missy] Can you say hi? – [Female Basketball Player]
Can I have a high five? Maybe later. – [Bryan] We have the Harlem Globetrotters in our house dude! (excitement) Do you see how tall he is? Look at this, whoa! – [Missy] Still a long ways to grow. – [Bryan] Give him a high five. (laughter) – [Female Basketball Player] So close. What’s your name buddy? – Um, Ollie. – Ollie, my name is Champ,
it’s nice to meet ya! – Do you wanna see Draco? – [Bryan] You gotta check
him out, you gotta see Draco. – [Champ] Hi Draco! – [Male Basketball Player] He is so nice. – [Missy] Do you want me
to get him out for you bud? – Yeah! – [Missy] Okay, come here Draco. – Come hang out with us. Do
you like Harry Potter too? Is that why his name’s Draco? – [Oliver] Yeah I like, my
dad is a fan of Harry Potter. (laughter) – [Champ] I like Harry Potter, too. He’s spikey. – [Male Basketball Player] He is so cute! – Can I pet him? – Yeah. – Oh he sticks onto you. You got a pretty cool spot here, is there anything else you wanna show us? – Hmm, my room? – [Male Basketball Player] Yeah let’s go! – [Missy] We can go check out your room. – [Bryan] Should we put this on? – [Oliver] Yeah. – If I had that as a kid, I
would never get out of it. (laughter) – [Bryan] You got two Harlem Globetrotters in your bedroom right now. (Ollie giggles) – [Male Basketball Player] Guess what I went to see this weekend? – [Bryan] What did you go see? – The big Sequoia trees right
there, the Big Red Woods. – [Bryan] Oh cool! – I got a chance to go up there even though with all the snow. They’re humongous, they
made me look little. (laughter) There you go. – [Champ] Nice.
– [Missy] Woooo! – [Male Basketball Player] Look at that! – [Champ] I think you can do it! – [Male Basketball Player] All by herself. – [Champ] Oh look! – [Bryan] Whoa! – [Missy] Okay, you
gonna try it, bud? Okay. – [Champ] This is your
spot, you’re the superstar. – With this one and the other one. – Just like that, one on each hand. – This is so cool you guys, Ollie’s getting a ball spinning lesson. – [Champ] Ready? – [Male Basketball
Player] Three, two, one. (Ollie laughs nervously) Oh nooo! – [Bryan] Nice! – [Male Basketball Player] And
one there, and the other one! (excited shouting) – That’s amazing! (laughter) Bro, give me five! – [Missy] You did so good! – [Champ] Can we do it on the shoe? – [Male Basketball Player] On the shoe? (excited screaming) – [Bryan] What?! That was cool, dude! – That was a good shoe spin! – Yeah! – [Male Basketball Player] You wanna go outside and play on the hoop? – [Ollie] Yeah. – Yeah? Ooh you like insects? – This is the King of Sting book. – King of Sting. – [Bryan] So when he’s not playing basketball, he’s catching critters. – [Male Basketball Player] Really? – [Female Basketball Player] What’s your favorite type of critter? – Uhh, the Scorpion. – Ooh, you’re brave! – You catch those? What! – But we only caught two. – That’s enough for me. – That’s two more than I’ve caught. – They were dead. – [Male Basketball Player] Oh phew. – [Champ] Oh okay. – [Bryan] Yeah that was a
little easier. (laughter) (upbeat music) (cheering) (cheering) – [Bryan] That was awesome! – Ahh I got you! – [Champ] Aye! – [Male Basketball Player]
(whistles) Nice! Yeah! – [Champ] Ready, catch it! (cheering, laughing) – [Male Basketball Player] This one! – This is El Gato from
the Harlem Globetrotters hanging out here, it’s a beautifull place. There’s Champ. – [Bryan] Come here, bro. – [El Gato] There’s Bryan right there. I’m not good with technology
at this point. Aha! – You’re a good vlogger man. – [El Gato] And three, two, one! (cheering) – [Bryan] Aye! Nice shot babe. She is really good at
horse, she’s actually really good at real horses too. – I’m pretty sure it was Dallas, the one I can beat at Chuck E. Cheese. – [Bryan] Nice. I don’t know,
I’ve been to a couple of Globetrotters games, it doesn’t seem like you guys care much about the rules. – We play by our own set of rules. – [Bryan] Yeah (laughs)
that’s what I love. – The fun rules. – You guys, smash that thumbs up button for these awesome basketball tricks. These guys rock it on the
court and clearly off, in our little make-shift driveway court. How bout this? All right, it is Finn’s turn. – [El Gato] Alright, Finn, you ready? Two, and one more! – [Champ] Dunk it! (cheering) Can I have a high five? Oh yeah! Good job! – [Bryan] Good job dude! It helps when you’ve got like a ten foot professional basketball player holding you, huh Finn? – [Finn] Mmhmm. – [El Gato] Mmhmm. (cheering) (upbeat music) – [Champ] Now, we all floss. (cheering) – [El Gato] Aye, there you go! That’s right, caught it. – [Champ] Oh yeah! Here you go, Gato, got it? Gato! – I’m here! Whoa! That’s Finn going through baby yeah, go this way, you can’t see a lot of this. We’re the Harlem Globetrotters! – Grab some tickets! Go to
HarlemGlobetrotters.com, come see us, it’s a big party every time we have a show, these guys know, it’s gonna be awesome. (crowd cheering) – Woooo! (laughing, cheering) – Thank you Harlem Globetrotters! – Yes thank you Harlem Globetrotters for coming out and playing with us. We’re so excited to see you guys on the court again, be sure to go get your tickets to the Harlem
Globetrotters, all the information’s down below
in the description. Let’s have some fun! – [El Gato] Yeah! – [Champ] Yeah we’re gonna play
some basketball. (cheering) – [Champ] Nice work. (relaxed upbeat music) – My dad’s getting a picture of my mom next to Gato from Harlem Globetrotters and there’s definitely
a difference in size. – [Bryan] Little bit of height difference. – [Missy] This is crazy! This is way more shocking than with Ollie ’cause Ollie’s a child. (laughter) – All right, we’ll see you
guys in our next video, bye! (pencil writing) – [Missy] Pink eye! This is the first time I’ve been down to the coop and there’s only one egg. There should be way more eggs in here. – Did something get in the coop? – [Missy] Yep. (cell phone answering machine) – I lost our camera, we
were there over the weekend. – Apparently there’s another
huge rainstorm coming, but honestly I’ve kind of lost all hope. (relaxed upbeat music)
(Say Anything Festival) Hello, viewers! This is the PyeongChang Winter Olympics special of the Say Anything Festival. Let’s go, figure skater Son Heungmin! What? I just said anything! Let’s meet the first contestant now. Olympic athletes, hang in there! Look at my face and… Is she trying to give them strength or suck it out of them? I gained strength after seeing Nami. Really? Strength to beat her. Let’s meet the next contestant. Is it the ski jump? He was just doing a Michael Jackson dance. Amazing! Michael Jackson reminds me of that dance. What dance? A traditional Korean dance. Let’s meet the next contestant. Is he doing a triple axel? I’m just crazy! He’s just crazy. Now that’s a crazy guy. Wow! Looks like you’re crazy. Let’s meet the next contestant. Is he a snowboarder? Try walking straight. I didn’t drink at all. He wasn’t snowboarding! He drank vodka! A stuttering statement. I got wasted too. Off alcohol? I wasted all my virtual money. Let’s meet the next contestant. Is she Kim Yuna? I think my contact lens is on backwards. Her lens is on backwards! Amazing. I take my lenses out when I get home. Why? So I can’t see my wife. Let’s meet the next contestant. Did he win the gold medal? Dang it, I can’t eat this. He threw away the gold medal because it wasn’t edible! – Amazing. / – Amazing. Suyeong dieted for 2 weeks and lost 20kg. Really? So now, he weighs 140kg. Let’s meet the next contestant. Is it the finale of a show? – Exchange this doll! / – No exchanges! Nope! She was just a doll vendor. Don’t I look like a doll too? How dare you? Let’s meet the next contestant. Is it really the ski jump this time? I’m flying! I’m flying! I’m flying! So exciting, so exciting! They weren’t doing the ski jump. It was the Fun Bros from Bongsunga School. Amazing. I’m flying. I’m flying! I’m so annoyed, so annoyed! Let’s meet the next contestant. Are they bobsleighing? They were doing a Korean dance! Amazing. I’m the fastest one down. In bobsleighing? In my fame declining. Let’s meet the next contestant. Are they cheering for the Olympics? Hurray for Korean independence! Hurray for Korean independence! It wasn’t cheering. It was an independence protest. That’s right. We shouldn’t forget our painful past. That’s right. January 23rd. What day is that? The day I got married. Let’s meet the next contestant. Is he curling? Eat this. Eat this. He wasn’t curling. – Eat this. / – Amazing! He deserves a praise. Good job! Stamp, stamp! From the Say Anything Festival, this has been caster ski jump… And commentator skip the intro. Hello. (Group Assignment) Let’s all work together on this group assignment… They’re not even here yet. Hello, Yunseung. – Oh, you’re the freshman. / – Yes. Hey, Sora. – You should greet your senior… / – Hello. Can you act a bit more friendly with me? Okay! What’s up, man? Is it supposed to hurt this much? – Hey, freshman. / – Yes, Yunseung. I’ll give you my credit card. Buy 5 iced Americano for us to drink. Yes. 5 ice creams. Hey, hey… I never said ice cream. I said 5 iced Americano. Iced Americano. – Yeah. / – Got it. – Yunseung. / – Yeah? I remember 2 jujube teas… What? Jujube tea? Where did you get jujube tea? I said to get 5 iced Americano! – Alright. / – It’s easy. IA. Oh! – No. IA. / – IA. – Buy some IA. / – IA. Did he understand that? Yes, Mr. Hairdresser. Be back in 30 minutes? Alright then. Hello, Yunseung. – Hey. / – Yes. We have a group assignment. Where were you? My girlfriend wanted to break up so I was just at her house. – Dressed like that? / – Yes. What’s that in your hand? A photo of my girlfriend! I was dating an older woman! – This much older? / – Yes. What’s that written on you? Rich Hair. I broke up with Buja. Buja! When are they getting here? We have a lot to do. Hey. What are your plans for tomorrow? I have a blind date. A blind date? Hey! Look at the time. Do you take me for a fool? Hey! Do you take him for a fool? – Yunseung. / – You were late too. – That was wrong of us. / – Don’t do this. You don’t have to do all this. Stand up. – Yunseung, stand up. / – Stand up. – Stand… / – Stand up, Yunseung. I’m standing. – I said to stand up! / – I am standing! – Don’t lie! / – I’m standing! – Stand up… / – Hey! Hey! I’m standing up! I’m standing… Oh, you have stood up. Were you always this short? You’re just tall. That makes me so sad. It makes you sad? I’m the saddest one. Nobody did any work? Did anyone do anything? – Yunseung. / – Yeah. I made a presentation. – You made one? / – Yes. You’re the best, Huiryeong. At least one person did something. Let’s all watch it. I’ll start group 6’s presentation on the… – PyeongChang Winter Olympics… / – Hey, hey! Yes? What’s that? Get rid of it! Alright. – Group 6’s presentation… / – No! – On the PyeongChang… / – That’s not what I meant! Now it doesn’t make sense! Move Bonobono! Alright. No! Not put him in a temple! Then should I send him to church? Stop it! Please… Get rid of Bonobono. Alright. 93 countries are participating in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. I heard it was 92 countries. It’s 93 countries. 92… Hey! What’s that next to Japan? Zoom in on the flag next to Japan. That one. that one! There’s no such country! Hey! There’s no such country! It exists in my heart. It doesn’t! Get rid of Bonobono. Alright. Next is the Olympic flame. The Olympic flame tells you the start of the Olympics… Get rid of Bonobono! Get rid of him! Why is Bonobono there flaming? Put that out! Alright. Just put it out! Just put it out! Please! No more Bonobono. Alright. Next are some of the Olympic events. First is ice hockey. Hold on. I bet that hockey player is Bonobono. He’s not. Oh, you’re right. – In hockey, a puck is hit with a stick… / – I see him! – To score goals. / – There he is! I see him. Hey! Pick the puck up. – Pardon? / – Pick up the puck. That one. That puck! That puck! Puck! Why are you swearing? I did not! I didn’t swear. No more Bonobono! Get rid of him. – Alright. / – Geez… Next is the highlight of the Winter Olympics. It’s figure skating. At the end of figure skating routine, people throw dolls at the skater. That! Why is everyone throwing Bonobono? This skater probably likes Bonobono. You like Bonobono! Get rid of Bonobono! Alright. Last is curling. In curling, a stone is pushed to hit the opponent’s stone out of the circle… Hey! Enough of that! You’re off this! No more presentations! Stop it! Yes, Mr. Hairdresser. I’ll be right there. Yunseung, my girlfriend wants to get back together so I have to go. – Hey, I heard what you said. / – Yunseung! I bought 5 Captain America costumes. Americano! I said Americano! Geez, I hate group assignments! (Busking Again) Hello! We’ve been busking on the street for 30 years. We’re Mudeungsan. I’m Mr. Jang and he’s Mr. Kim. Mr. Kim… This was an amazing drama. The soundtrack for “Descendants of the Sun.” ♪ You are my everything ♪ Gong Yoo’s hit drama, “The Guardian.” ♪ Beautiful life ♪ He wants to be in the soundtracks for both dramas. Please give him a chance. Let’s perform out here. – Okay. / – Okay. We haven’t sang in a while so for our first song… What will you sing? I’ll sing “Hand in Hand.” So thoughtful. He’s singing the theme song of the Seoul Olympics since it’s the PyeongChang Olympics this year. “Hand in Hand.” He’ll sing most of it. 1, 2, 3, 4. ♪ Hand in hand ♪ ♪ We’ll cross the wall ♪ ♪ You shine like the sun ♪ ♪ Even if this world tries to stop you ♪ ♪ Boys, go away ♪ What is this? Us grown-ups are performing. What do you mean? We’re busking. – Busking? / – Yes. – Busking? / – Yes! It’s so cold. Don’t take it off. That was so lame. So go somewhere else. I’m sorry. Our song got interrupted. We’ll sing “Hand in Hand” again. He’ll sing most of it. 1, 2, 3, 4. – ♪ Hand in hand ♪ / – ♪ Even if this world ♪ – ♪ Tries to stop you ♪ / – ♪ We’ll cross the wall ♪ – ♪ You are ♪ / – ♪ So this world ♪ – ♪ We live in ♪ / – ♪ Radiant ♪ – ♪ Becomes better ♪ / – ♪ I love you ♪ – ♪ Hand in hand ♪ / – Boys! – ♪ If I never see ♪ / – Mr. Kim is about to die. Our songs got switched. Do you know how many amazing singers were here? Have you heard of this guy? Zico the rapper? Is it her nose? He must be close to Zico! She got a nose job or is it her nose? So she’s a natural beauty. Come on… I thought it was for real. I just said it for laughs. It wasn’t funny! – You don’t know comedy, so leave! / – Leave! – Leave! / – Leave! ♪ Leave, leave and be locked up ♪ ♪ Be locked up inside of me ♪ We’re not going anywhere. Then stop distracting us. We’ll change our song because of them. This is a song that makes you feel like flying. We’ll sing “I Believe I Can Fly.” I don’t think I can fly. Then that’s a pass. It’s a song that reminds you of an older woman. We’ll sing “Replay.” My older sister looks like me. Gosh! Then… We’ll sing a children’s song for the kids. We’ll sing G-Dragon’s “Having an Affair.” Okay. 1, 2, 3, 4. – ♪ Last night my dad ♪ / – ♪ Had an affair ♪ Boys! You made the dad have an affair. Sorry about that. We’ll sing a different song. 1, 2, 3, 4. ♪ The upstairs and downstairs neighbors ♪ ♪ Had an affair ♪ Boys! You’re making the neighborhood a mess! It’s like a soap opera! You guys are so strange. Mr. Kim, let’s sing something else. What will you sing? We’ll sing “Twist of Love.” He’ll sing most of it. We’ll sing “Growl.” – “Growl.” / – “Growl.” I have a guitar, but cue the music! – ♪ In bellbottoms ♪ / – ♪ A dark shadow ♪ ♪ Awakes inside me ♪ – ♪ At the bakery ♪ / – ♪ My eyes light on fire ♪ ♪ After seeing you ♪ – ♪ The twist of love ♪ / – ♪ Everyone clear away ♪ – ♪ In our memories ♪ / – ♪ From her ♪ ♪ I’m going to get wild now ♪ ♪ Growl, growl, growl ♪ ♪ As I growl ♪ ♪ If you don’t move, I might catch you ♪ No, no… Boys! We got drawn into your song. What? We were singing Sul Woondo’s “Twist of Love.” Why do you keep singing “Growl?” Then would Sul Woondo do the twist as he growls? ♪ Shanghai, Shanghai ♪ Would he do that? What are you doing? – Don’t confuse us and leave! / – Leave! – Leave! / – Leave! ♪ Leave, leave and be locked up ♪ ♪ Be locked up inside of me ♪ (Rankings Outside the Rankings) Hello, viewers. It’s time to talk about rankings outside the rankings. I’m not even in the rankings for male celebrity you most want to watch the Olympics with. Even my wife can’t stand me. I’m Yang Seonil. People, what do you think an athlete would say when being interviewed for winning a gold medal? That’s why we looked into it. Top 3 comment said after an Olympic athlete wins gold. 3rd! Is this real gold? 2nd! 1st! I love you, Pyeongchang. If you’ve ever said during the ski jump, “When’s Ha Jungwoo showing up?” You should relate to this. Unfortunately, these didn’t make the top 3. Comment said when an Olympic athlete wins gold. 127th! You just won gold. Tell us how you feel. I’d like to thank the hairdresser at Gag Salon for making me look nice. 215th! You just won gold. Say a few words. Mijeong, I won the gold medal. I bet you regret dumping me now. 299th. You just won gold. Tell us how you feel. – Hold on. Come this way. / – What? Stand over here. I look better on my right side. 461st! You just won gold. Tell us how you feel. Can you cover up this part? People keep staring. 582nd! You just won gold. Tell us how you feel. I’d like to thank my parents, my coach and all my fellow athletes. Thank you so much. I see… Why aren’t you mentioning me? – Honey… / – Forget it. I’m leaving. I’m sorry, honey! I’m sorry! Honey… We have more rankings outside the rankings. People, what do you say when you run into a neighbor on a lift? That’s why we looked into it. Top 3 comments said when you run into a neighbor on a lift. 3rd! Hello. 2nd! Lo… 1st! Whoever stares at the numbers counting down in the elevator should relate. Unfortunately, these didn’t make the top 3. Comment said when you run into a neighbor on a lift. 75th! Oh, hello. You live next door, right? Excuse me. Did you change your Wi-Fi password? You should share! 122nd! Oh, hello. – You live below me, right? / – Oh, yes. So… You can’t poop unless you sing “Gashina?” 264th! Oh, hello. – You live next door, right? / – Yes. – Throwing out your recyclables? / – Yes. Can you throw mine out too? 412nd. Oh, hello. Nice to meet you. I moved in today. Doesn’t this look good? 577th. Oh, hello. You live next door, right? You can see me? This has been Rankings Outside the Rankings. Thank you. (Momentary Home Shopping) This is Momentary Home Shopping with Lee Munjae and we’ll start now. The product I’d like to show you today is a microwave. We’ll bring the developer and CEO and talk with you all. Mr. CEO! Hello. Hello there. – Hello. / – Hello. People, you’re used to heating up late night snacks like pizza and fried chicken in the microwave, right? A lot of people do that. – Stop eating so much. / – Right. Why are you saying that from the start? A few lucky purchasers today will get a container for the microwave. That’s wonderful. Take a look. Yes… Hold on. Isn’t this nice? This wouldn’t fit in a microwave! Take a look. Oh, like that… It’s for putting the microwave in? Perfect fit, right? This container is for the microwave oven. So that goes in here. Yes. Don’t you all want one? Please call now. The number is 02-9189-9046… 0020… Soccer ball, basketball, badminton ball… Oops. That’s a shuttlecock. That is not a phone number! So it works. ♪ Magpie’s Seollal was yesterday ♪ ♪ We’re on ♪ Vacation for Seollal. Hey! It’s not Seollal yet! Why’d you hang up? Let’s cut to a commercial break. From ages 60 to 80, we won’t ask you anything. Anyone can sign up. I’ve had surgery. Can I sign up? But of course. Please call now. Yoo Minsang’s microwave. How was that even relevant? How are ages 60 to 80 relevant? Allow us to explain our product more. Our product can be used outdoors as well. Really? If you buy $240 worth of batteries, you can use it for a minute. That costs more than the microwave! That’s why it’s surprising. Geez… And that’s not all. Our product is being used by famous stars. – Really? / – All housewives want to be her. Even Lee Yeongae uses our product. – Really? / – Yes. We have Lee Yeongae on the phone now. Just a moment. Hello? Hello! I’m like oxygen. This is Lee Yeongae. I was so surprised by this microwave oven! Hold on… Isn’t this Ro Hongchul? Ro Hongchul? This is Lee Yeongae. – Geez… / – And… Ro Hongchul uses our product as well. – Really? / – Yes. Hello? Hello, man. This is Ro Hongchul. – Hold on… / – Alright, let’s do this. Do what? Their voices have changed! Don’t you all want one, people? Oh, and another thing. Our product can be easily used by young children. Little Suyeong. He doesn’t really seem like a child. Anyway… Even a child can easily heat up a frozen pizza. Just put it in and turn it on. – Now just wait a bit… / – Done. It’s not done yet. Hold on. Hold on! Hey! The pizza snapped! Hey! One more time, little guy. Put it back in. Do as you’re told. Now close it. Now press the button. There you go. Now if you wait 3 minutes, you can have a warm slice of… Hey! Why are you eating it frozen? It’s mine! Oh, please! Hey! It’s mine! What’s with him? We’ll cut to a commercial break. We’ll make it alive to your intestines. Yoo Minsang’s microwave. You’re not getting out of here alive! I’m going to kill you first! Get back here! Don’t you all want one, everyone? Please call now. This has been Yoo Minsang’s shredded pork. What? It’s the best. (The Participation Show) Hello, I’m Song Yeonggil the comedian. We’ll be picking one of you in the audience and make you into the female lead of a drama. Raise your hand if you want to be a drama lead. And you’re single! Raise your hand! Short sleeves… You’re in short sleeves. You’re single? Please step up here. She’s wearing short sleeves. Hi, my name is Mangju. My surname is Yu. I’m Yu Mangju. I’m an aspiring figure skater. I’m training hard at the training center so I can compete in the Olympics. Oh, here comes my partner. Mangju, you’re already here. Let’s have a good practice today. Let’s go. Nice. So for today’s practice, you’ll come towards me and I’ll lightly lift you up… We’ll practice a different pose first. This is the most important. We’ll practice the triple axel. Watch. You go like this and turn. Oh, that was too fast. I’ll show it to you in slow motion. Do what I do. The triple axel goes… It’s a lot easier in slow motion, right? Now you’ll try. Make the sound too. Are you ready? Do the triple axel. Go! You didn’t make the right face. Make the right face and do another turn! You can do this! Mangju. I fell for your twisted face. Forget about being a figure skating fairy. Will you be my fairy? What are you doing? What the… So cold! You got all this ice on me… Hey, what are you doing to my girlfriend? So you want to throw down? Be a man and take your protective gear off. Alright, fine. I’ll take these off. – Take it off. / – I’ll take them off. Were your shoulders always that big? Get away! Hey, Mangju. How dare you cheat on me? You’re the same as he is! My shoulder… I think my shoulder’s dislocated… Hey. Mangju. You ended my career as an athlete! I’m finished for the Olympics. So… I want you… To be responsible for my life. What are you doing? Look over there! Someone is jumping down from up there! Just wait a bit longer! I’m coming down! Amazing. Geunji. Geunji! Seongwon… Mangju aspired to be a ski jumper when she was in college. Mangju. Let’s do the ski jump. Do a good job. Don’t worry. It’ll be over fast. Just like before. The same way. Are you ready? 1… 2… 3! Lift your head more! Seongwon! You’re doing great! – Nice! / – You’re like a Super Saiyan, Mangju! Your hair looks weird. Mangju. You did a great job. And thank you so much. You’ve arrived… In my heart. Seongwon, what are you doing? Mangju is my girl! She’s mine! No, she’s my girl! What are you doing on the sacred ice? Yuna? ♪ Blow on me ♪ ♪ Blow on me ♪ You need a beating! – Take this! / – What are you doing? – Let’s stop bothering Mangju. / – Yeah. Mangju, you decide… Who the real gold medalist in your heart is. Is it time for me to choose now? ♪ Hit them hard ♪ ♪ Hit them real hard ♪ I’ll decide on last place first. 1, 2, 3. Next is 2nd. Thank you! Next is 2nd. 1, 2, 3! (Pigeon Magic Troupe 1) They’re here to make up for their dark pasts. Introducing Mr. Gwon of the Pigeon Magic Troupe! Hello. I’m magician Gwon Jaegwan. I’ll start off with a simple magic trick. I’ll make magician Bae Jeonggeun’s clothes magically disappear. Get ready. I’ll make your clothes disappear. Abra… Cadabra! Now I’ll do this trick… With someone in the audience. – You, audience member. / – Yes. Your clothes… Will disappear. Abra… Cadabra. Nothing happened. Abra… Cadabra. Abra… Cadabra! It disappeared. – Applause! / – Applause! (We Need to Talk 1987) Is it good? It’s not really for me. No wonder you only had two bowls. So where should we go now? I have to get home early today. How nice. Why though? My mom wants to make dumplings. – Dumplings? / – Yes. – Why? For Seollal? / – Yes. Did you know? If you can make pretty dumplings, you can have a pretty daughter. Your mom should’ve worked harder. No! My mom made really pretty dumplings when she was pregnant with me. Then what’s wrong with you? My dad accidentally stepped on them. Well, that works out. I have to get home early too. I’m going to the bathhouse with my dad. The bathhouse? It’s a custom for us. We go twice a year. On Seollal and Chuseok. – You only bathe twice a year? / – Yeah. Why do you go so often? Just once on your birthday is good enough. My dad is a germophobe. Let’s go. See you next time. Daehui, see you tomorrow. We’re leaving together. Quiet. Boy, that felt nice. How nice. Daehui, it’s been a while since we did this. You really grew. I’ve always been… A bit bigger than you. How so? My height. Come on, boy! What are you babbling about? Oh, how nice. All my hair is falling out! That feels good! How nice. What the… Hey! You punk, you were eating before we got in the tub and you’re still eating! Stop eating! Look at all this fat! What are you going to do with all that weight? I’m a wrestler. You punk… You can’t wrestle with all that fat! You’re supposed to have technique! I’m going to be champion later. You’re going to be champion? Oh, please. If you ever become champion… I’ll be this boy’s son! Geez… Go study instead! Leave the poor kid alone. Boy. Work hard at it. If you do, you’ll be able to beat Lee Mangi. Okay. His name is Kang Hodong. Hey, Hodong. Here, eat this. Thank you! That boy… Geez… Hello, Daehui. Oh, hey. You came to bathe, Seoul city boy? I want to get washed up too. Go ahead and get undressed. Alright. What are you doing? Get undressed all the way. I’ll wash up once you leave. We’re going to be here a while longer. Just get undressed. I’m a bit embarrassed. We’re all men here. So what? What’s the big deal? I feel like many people are watching. What is he babbling about? Boy, you look uncomfortable! Take that off! Take it off, boy! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Take it off! Yes… Alright. That’s more like it. Yeah, take it off. Take it off. Take it off. That’s it. Take it off. It’s so cold! Take it off. What are you doing here? The bathhouse owner told me to come in here! What’s going on? Sir! I’m a woman! She said she’s a woman! No! (The Set-up) Hey, Seunghwan. I’m a busy man. Why did you invite me to your housewarming party? Seunghwan, my girlfriend’s neighbor is coming. I want to set you up with her. Are you friends with me so you can use me? If you’re going to use me, don’t call me. – She’s pretty. / – Please use me often. Have a seat. Hyeseon, come on. Hurry! A really great guy is going to be here today. Seunghye, I want a break from men. It’s only been an hour since I dumped a man. – But he’s handsome. / – Time to transfer! Hey, honey. Seunghwan, say hello. – Hello. / – Hello. – Good-bye. / – Good-bye. – What’s wrong? / – You said it would be a girl. She brought the guy next door. You said he was handsome. He looks like mold. – No, Hyeseon! Sit. / – No, just sit. – You two should talk. / – Yeah. How tall are you? 2cm. – What kind of perfume do you use? / – Body odor. Where do you like to go often? Prison. What’s wrong, Seunghwan? She gives off body odor! He said he’s 2cm tall. Careful you don’t step on him. Am I stepping on him now? – No, no. / – Sit, sit. What’s wrong with you two? Honey, since this is your housewarming party… – I bought a gift. / – Really? – Ta-da. / – Thank you, honey. You two didn’t bring anything? What did you buy? – Shiny bell freesias. / – Shiny bell freesias. So you like shiny bell freesias, Miss. BO? Of course. They’re native to South Africa. The flower name means innocent. Just like me! Wow, you’re like a drain. You’re like a sewer. If you’re ever free, would you like to go see flowers together? You two are perfect together! I’m not going. This guy has flowers for the next life. Alright, alright. Sit down. Honey, we’ve been so tactless. – We’ll just be right back. / – Hey! You rotten girl! – Excuse me… / – Excuse me… – You go first… / – You go first… – You go first… / – You go first… – Then I’ll go… / – Then I’ll go… – I’ll go first. / – Yes. I actually have somewhere to go today. I have somewhere to go too. – I have pottery class. / – I have pottery class. You’re like a drain. You’re like a sewer. Hyeseon! (Pigeon Magic Troupe 2) They’re back again. The Pigeon Magic Troupe brings you hope and dreams. It’s Mr. Gwon! Hello. I’m magician Gwon Jaegwan. Before our amazing trick, we’ll start off with a simple one. It’s a necktie magic trick. Magician Bae Jeonggeun’s necktie… Give it here. Undo the tie please. Hold the tie. There’s nothing in this hat. Hold this. I’ll take the tie… And cut it. It’s been cut. It’s going in here. Abracadabra. Take a look. Now we’d like to try this trick out on a member of the audience. You with the tie on. – You. / – Yes. – Take your tie off. / – Yes. Scissors. Hold it up please. Your tie… I’ve cut it. Abracadabra. My bad. We’ll move on to our amazing trick. For this trick… You must never try this at home. We will stretch out the body of magician Lee Seongdong. Look behind me. Seongdong, are you ready? Yes, boss. Alright. Stretch out. Stretch! Stretch… Dang it… The other way. Alright… Do it right. Good. Nobody noticed. Here we go. Stretch out. Stretch! Stretch! Stretch! Amazing, right? Applause. (YOLO Inn) Gosh… – My back hurts. / – Dear. – Your back hurts? / – Yes. Just wait. I’ll put a pain relief patch on you. A pain relief patch? Why does your back suddenly hurt? Come here. That’s embarrassing. We’re married. – But still… / – Come here. Gosh, this is embarrassing. – Thank you. / – There. – Does that feel better? / – Yes. – Good. / – It was still embarrassing. It’s probably because it’s winter. It’s so dry. My lips feel all dry. I have lip balm. – Where? / – Here. What are you doing? But we’re married. – Then how about this? / – What? – How about this? / – I’m sorry. – You’re a pervert! / – But we’re a couple! We are not a couple! I’m sorry. Grandpa! Grandpa! Why do you look so sad? It’s Monday tomorrow. I wish tomorrow wouldn’t come. I really hope I see tomorrow. Grandpa, what happens when someone dies? When someone dies, they become a pretty flower. Then when will you become a flower, grandpa? You brats! I should just die! Grandpa, don’t say that. – I brought wild ginseng. / – Wild ginseng? That’s real wild ginseng! Where did you get this? It’s the real deal! See? I told you he’s not ready to give it all up yet. You seem so happy so I don’t want to give it to you. I’m not that happy to see that. But I’ll give you $50 for it. – $50! / – I’m taking this now. Wild ginseng… Hey, this is a radish. You brats! You’re in trouble now! The radish is standing. See? He got really famous despite his lack of talent! – What? / – They should take his awards away. – You brats! / – Dear… Don’t get angry, dear. That’s why I bought some carp bread on the way home. – Carp bread? / – You like carp bread. That sounds good. Here… Oh, right, dear. The adzuki beans inside are too sweet for you. – No, I like sweets. / – I’ll get them all out. Just hold on. It’s like you’re eating ribs… Are you eating ribs? No more adzuki beans left. Eat it. Is this for fish stew? Doesn’t it smell delicious? This smells like your breath. Don’t say that! I’m a woman. – What is this? / – Eat it. It looks yummy… – So good. / – Good. I’ll turn this over. Okbun, you like noodles. I brought you some noodles. I’ve been craving noodles. Great. I’ll just wash my feet. Boy, this looks good. Washing your feet is great in the winter. Where did you buy this? The broth is too salty. – The broth is too salty? / – Geez! – Then I’ll make more. / – You have broth? Here. Broth. Don’t eat your food too salty. There’s a bunch of stuff floating in here. – What’s this? / – Noodles. – More like toe noodles. / – No… They’re noodles! This is too disgusting to eat! Your carp bread was disgusting too. We’re a couple. Why would you do that to me? So disgusting! Geez… – Hello! / – Hello, sir. Welcome. We’re here again to spend the night. – Eat up and enjoy yourselves. / – Okay. – Wow! Carp bread! / – Carp bread. Looks delicious! That looks so good. Thank you for the food? – Eat the rest of it. / – Thank you. I always feel bad for that young man. What’s this? What kind of dog is this? Alright, doggy. – How cute. / – Mr. Kim! – Mr. Kim. / – Yeah. Let’s play chess. You brought your dog with you. Go play. This is good. That’s so dirty. Stop sniffing each other. – Honey. / – Yeah. I’ve been working on my hips these days. – Does my butt look perkier? / – Wow, yeah. Seunghye, you must have exercised a lot. Of course! I’m going to work out my abs too. Honey! It feels like someone’s watching us! Who is it? It’s nothing. The old man is sniffing someone’s butt. Don’t be ridiculous. It’s for real. Honey, I want to change into comfortable clothes. – Don’t look. / – Alright, I’ll cover my eyes. You said you wouldn’t look last time but you did! Dear, what are you doing? What are you all doing? (Myeonghun, Myeonghun, Myeonghun) Myeonghun. – Myeonghun. / – Myeonghun. Yeah. We’re friends, right? – Right? / – Right? Can just one of you talk? – Okay. / – Okay. Okay. This is the worst. Having only one mouth? No. The way men stare at us. Whenever we wear tight-fitting clothes… Everything fits tight for you. All the guys that pass by can’t stop staring at us. What are they thinking? She has nice legs. She has a nice body. Are you kidding me? Yeonggil… Oh, it’s Minkyoung. Sorry, I got you two mixed up. Why are you sitting on me suddenly? Myeonghun, do you want to get in trouble? – Why are you crying? / – Why are you crying? He keeps crossing the line! – Get lost! / – Get lost! Get lost! When we had drinks together last time, I said, “Myeonghun, do you have any concerns?” Then you whispered something to me. What did you say? I want you. I’m sure of myself now. I want you. I’m sure of myself now. Your breath stink. Did you eat a sock? Your makeup looks really good from up close. But you still aren’t pretty. Guys, congratulate me. I went to Hollywood. – Why did you go? / – Why did you go? Why did you come back? For a meeting for a movie. After the meeting, I went clubbing at night… I danced like this. Guess what a Hollywood producer said. – Hey, party time! / – Hey, party time! It’s a jellyfish. Geez… This stage is made of wood. It worked. Your diet failed. – No… / – Fatty. No… The telepathy. I was swimming at the pool and there was a handsome foreign man next to me. So I sent him a telepathic message to come to me. Then he put his arms around my waist. Guess what he said to me? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where did you buy this inner tube? Where did you buy the big inner tube? Guys, the Winter Olympics have started. How about we go skiing at Pyeongchang? – I’d like to go skiing. / – I’d like to go skiing. I’d rather die. But there’s only one room left. What do we do? I guess we’ll have to use the room with Myeonghun. We’ll use the room together. We’ll use the room together. I should shoot you all. (Bongsunga School) Hello! I’m the teacher of Bongsunga School, Kim Daehui. Let’s get started with Bongsunga School! Hello. I speak my mind. I’m Park Eojun of “I’m a Hagfish.” You’re a commentator on current events. What brings you here? Let’s speak our minds! Many people are obsessed with social media. That’s true. It’s very serious. I have something to say to these people! Please follow me. I have less followers than most junior high kids. Teacher, please press like. What are you talking about? What are you doing? Let’s speak our minds. It’s Seollal soon. There will be a lot of traffic going to the countryside. But to those that honk and drive aggressively because there’s traffic, I have something to say to you! Buy some of my rice puffs. I have climbing Santas too. I’ve seen those. Teacher, be bold and speak your mind. – Me too? / – Yes. – Go sit down. / – Okay. Good work. Now it’s time for our bodies to become healthy. Hello, everyone. We will keep you all healthy. We’re the hut yoga team. Not hot yoga. We’re the hut yoga team. If you just give us a minute, you can have a healthy figure like us. This is the first move. We’ll warm up with some light stretches first. Gather your strength in your core. Gather your strength again in your core. We’ll put it all together now. 5, 6, 7, 8. – This is the hut body. / – Hut line. That’s yoga? Next is the second move. The second move will be a skiing move for the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. You’ll move your arms and legs together. 1, 2, 1, 2. 1, 2, 1, 2. Let’s put it all together. 5, 6, 7, 8. – This is the hut body. / – Hut line. Go sit down. Everyone, I hope you all have a good night! Unbelievable. Next is Wu Eongjae! ♪ I’m back, back, back, back again ♪ Teacher. I drink burdock tea instead of barley tea. I’m Wu Eongjae. Is he pointing at that light? – Teacher. / – Yeah? – There are those times. / – What times? – There are those times. / – What do you mean? ♪ There are those times ♪ ♪ When you go to your grandma’s for Seollal ♪ ♪ And your dad seems the most excited ♪ ♪ But then my dad bows to my grandparents ♪ ♪ As soon as he gets there ♪ ♪ And he seems like such a good son ♪ ♪ Then my dad told my grandma ♪ ♪ Give me some holiday pocket money, mom ♪ ♪ My mom saw my dad get money and said ♪ ♪ I’m taking that, dear ♪ ♪ You’ll get it when you’re older ♪ ♪ What my dad needs is two bags of ♪ ♪ Rice cake soup to age faster ♪ What are you talking about? – Teacher? / – Yeah. – There are those times. / – What times? – There are those times. / – What do you mean? ♪ There are those times ♪ ♪ When you come out from a movie ♪ ♪ You’re nervous to see 25 missed calls from your dad ♪ ♪ But then my dad seemed really angry ♪ ♪ For not picking up my phone ♪ ♪ My dad said ♪ ♪ Bring some toilet paper to this building, son ♪ ♪ My dad told me while I was on the way ♪ ♪ Just bring me a pair of socks instead, son ♪ ♪ What my dad needs is two bags ♪ ♪ Of soft socks for next time ♪ Alright, good job. Go sit down. – ♪ I’ll be back, back again ♪ / – Alright. Now these two should be here soon. Hello. I enjoy watching you two on “Same Bed, Different Dreams.” Hello, I’m Songvely. I love Korea and I love marriage. Hello. I’m the goddess of China. I’m Chunami. – Chunam? / – Chunami. Chunami. What do you two do on your free time? Cell phone apps are fun these days. I used a look-alike finder app on my wife. Really? Who did I get? Seolhyun? Song Hyekyo? A mandarin fish. You look like one! Is this a photo of you? You must be crazy! If we both die, I’d feel bad for the mandarin fish. I love you, my wife. That’s not me! Good work. Next is Twisty! I’m Twisty! Say hello since you’re up here. Not if you tell me to! Then don’t say hello, fool. I will since you told me not to. Hello, everyone. Why did you get so twisted? That’s why the others won’t hang out with you. It’s true. They won’t hang out with me… – Because I always do the opposite! / – Yeah. That’s why I brought this to have fun with them! What did you bring? Ta-da. – What is it? / – A walnut! What’s with the walnut? To share with the others? You think I’m crazy? I want to smash this on their heads so they’ll be in pain! That sounds painful! Don’t do it! Don’t smash one on your head either. – Don’t smash one on my head? / – Yeah, don’t. Then I’ll smash one on my head! I’m fine! – I smashed it with my head. / – Wow, nice one. Yeah, just use your head. Don’t smash it with your fist. It’ll hurt to use your fist. Don’t do it. – Don’t use my fist? / – Yeah, don’t. What’s that? Don’t use my fist? Don’t use your fist! It’ll hurt. Then I’ll use my fist! I tried to stop him… I’m fine, it doesn’t hurt. That didn’t hurt! I think that hurt. Don’t do it. Don’t do it? Then I’ll do it until I smash it! What is this? It doesn’t hurt! Wow… You’re really good at this. – You can do it with your fist. / – Quiet. Hold on, judging from your eyes… What? You want to use your forehead? No, don’t. Do not use your forehead. Or you’re in big trouble! Don’t do it. Do not use your forehead. I won’t forgive you if you do. Don’t do it. Quiet! I get the point. Don’t use my forehead? Then I’ll use my forehead! I told you not to. Come on… I’ll do it. I can see it from up close. (Do not try this at home) I’ll do it. Even the people are saying not to do it. Don’t do it? Then I’ll do it! They’re doing that on purpose. Don’t do it? Then I’ll do it! I hit my head on the table! Why didn’t you hit the walnut? Why’d you try to break the table? I couldn’t see it because of the wig. Please don’t do this. I’m begging you. Don’t do it? Then I’ll use my forehead! I smashed it! Amazing. – I smashed it. / – What did you smash? My head. It’s smashed. Don’t do it again. Yes, sir. Hey! Why are you all obedient now? – I almost died. / – Clean that up. Next is the handsome Geunji! Hello, teacher. I have a cursed body. I’m CB Ryu Geunji. How are you cursed? You’re in great shape. Teacher, it’s so uncomfortable to exercise. Why? – I can’t jump rope. / – Why not? If I try to jump rope, the rope… The rope keeps hitting me! You’re doing that on purpose. Why are you so happy? I’m crying from being sad. The jump rope keeps putting marks on my back. Because it keeps hitting you? Take a look. See it? The mark. I don’t see a single scratch. You just wanted to take your shirt off. – Geez… / – He’s loving this. Teacher, I think I don’t get enough sleep. – My body keeps swelling. / – Why? Where? Look here. Here, here… I get so swollen! And look here. This area… It got so swollen! You’re really the worst. I hate my swollen body! I hate it! I hate you. – I hate you too, teacher! / – Go sit down. Next is an exciting class! It’s history! That’s so boring! It is not boring! Hello, teacher! We’re the fun-loving brothers. The Fun Bros! Yes, baby! So exciting, so exciting! So exciting, so exciting! Just watching you guys is fun. What will you talk about today? Yes, baby. Teacher, we’ll show you how national history doesn’t have to be boring and it can be fun. Alright. The Joseon Era palace kitchen. This is food for the king. Let’s see… – It’s too hot. Send one that’s cooled. / – What? Send one that’s cooled! ♪ Send one that’s cooled, send one that’s cooled ♪ Yes, baby! So exciting, so exciting! Boy, that’s tiring. Come on, baby. Alright, what’s your next history lesson for us. Teacher, we’ll show you how world history doesn’t have to be boring and it can be fun. Alright. Archimedes’ lever. With this, I can lift any heavy object. How will you lift something with this? – Like this! / – How? Like this! This has been the Fun Bros! So exciting, so exciting! That was fun, Fun Bros. Next is Gangnam! That’s so weak for a man! – Everyone say it. Man! / – Man! – Man! / – Man! – Man! / – Man! I’m the strong man, Gangnam! Kids these days are too weak like them. I’m saying a man shouldn’t be this weak. Kids need to be powerful! Look at this. The dol hareubang. – This statue is too weak! / – Weak! This is why people rub his nose and wish for a son. He’s weak. Make his face powerful! Powerful hareubang. PH! PH. Make his outfit powerful. A tough guy hareubang. TH. TH. Lastly, give him powerful henchman. Hello, boss. Hello, boss. Hello, boss. ♪ Hareubang and more hareubang ♪ A party of hareubang. PH. PH. That’s not all. Men these days are too weak. These days, this is how they finish in the Olympics when skating… – But the finish is too weak. / – Weak! Make the finish powerful. An exciting day. ED. – ED. / – That sounded natural. Alright, good. It must be hard for her to get down the mountain. I will survive. I will survive. I will survive in nature! Hello. I moved to the mountains to escape the city. My surname is Shin and my name is Dosi. I’m Shin Dosi. Alright, Dosi. I bet it’s hard to eat different food on the mountain. You just don’t know. I have a lot of recipes I enjoy on the mountain. Really? – You know dried fish heads? / – Yes. I add a bunch of medicinal herbs to that and let it boil for hours. Then I try a spoonful… You can’t help but be amazed? You can’t help vomiting. Just thinking of it makes me want to puke. – I ate that and lost 8kg in a month. / – I see. It’s my very own vomiting diet. People, don’t ever try it for yourselves. Doesn’t the mountain have many wild animals? – Isn’t it dangerous? / – Nonsense! I’m always prepared. I practice martial arts for when I run into a wild animal. When I encounter a wild animal… Can you dodge their attacks like that? It’s embarrassing. I did this in front of a bear recently. He laughed at me and left. At least I didn’t get attacked. The self-defense worked. Everyone, be seated. The principal will be here soon. Hello, Mr. Principal. Hello. People come first. I am the 19th principal of Bongsunga School, Moon Gyojang. I see many couples in the audience. Would you like to hear a good song for a couple… – To sing to each other? / – Yes. Here I go. ♪ From head to toe ♪ People come first. Shall we sing it together? ♪ From head to toe ♪ ♪ People come first ♪ I love you. The PyeongChang Winter Olympics is going on. There are many things to enjoy at the Olympics. Going to the shtadium to watch shpeed shkating. Going to the stadium to watch speed skating. Taking photos and getting autogwaphs fwom athwetes. Taking photos and getting autographs from athletes. Watching the Kowean athwetes set world wecods wight in fwont of your eyes. Watching the Korean athletes set world records… What did you say? – Fwont? / – Pardon? Fwont like wight in fwont of your eyes! Fwont, the opposite of back! Dear, did you just get angry with me? I love you. Do any of the students here have any concerns? – Me! / – Me! The twins. – The twins. / – Twins. This is rookie comedian Bang Juho. He hasn’t said a single line on this skit. It’s almost Seollal. Let him say a line while his family is watching. Juho, we’ll give you a chance to say something. You just said something. At least you got to say something! Yes, baby! So exciting, so exciting! I hope you all have this much fun for your Seollal. Luck, luck, luck, luck!