Naeun, do you know where we are? – Yes. / – It’s Venice of Korea. There is a ferry! We are here to ride that ferry. Gunhoo is asleep. Hello. One adult and two children. How old is the baby? Gunhoo is three years old. Please wait a moment – and board when we call for No. 174. / – Okay. Put it in here. – Naeun, there is a mailbox. / – Where? – The slow mailbox. / – Such a thing exists these days. When you send a letter normally, it arrives quickly. If you put a letter in here, it arrives in six months. It will be fun. – Shall we write a letter? / – Yes. There is paper. Come here. Gunhoo is looking for a comfortable position. I want to write a letter. Do you want to write a letter? Who will you write a letter to? My friends. – Your friends? / – Yes. – All right. / – Go ahead. I play nicely with my friends. – I really do. / – She is writing correctly. I love you so much, my friend. – He woke up. / – Gunhoo woke up. (Where am I? Who am I?) – He woke up. / – Your sister is writing a letter. – This is mine. / – Naeun, get one for Gunhoo. (I will bring one for Gunhoo.) (Gunhoo, write a letter!) – I can write it. Give it to me. / – Here. This letter will arrive… I… I like Dad the most. I am on good terms with Dad. Naeun, I finished writing the letter. (It’s done!) Naeun, how does it feel to write a letter? It feels good. People should sit down and relax. They should write a letter and talk among themselves. Yes. (He is too absorbed.) – He seems emotional today. / – The wind feels nice. It feels really nice. – His eyes are closed. / – Draw a picture in your mind, Naeun. – Passengers will board now. / – What? – The ferry! / – What? Passengers need to board now. Let’s hurry up. Let’s hurry up. – Let’s go. / – Didn’t he talk about relaxing? I know. This isn’t relaxing at all. Jooho is all over the place. – Show me your ticket. / – The ticket. Where did I put the ticket? – Please give me a second. / – Take your time. The back pocket. Dad, it’s here. – Where? / – It’s in the back pocket. Back pocket? – Oh, it’s here. / – What would he do without Naeun? This family would be in trouble without Naeun. (My goodness.) We had to board the ferry hurriedly because I was too relaxed. Where is this ferry going? I am curious. Don’t worry. I have a ticket. (Let’s relax some other time.) (Let’s hurry up and go!) The ferry is moving. Sit down. The ferry is moving forward. (We thank everyone) (for boarding Gunhoo and Naeun’s ferry.) (We will make sure you have a safe trip.) (He babbles a lot in excitement.) I guess the moving ferry put him in a good mood. He is babbling a lot. (Oh, look!) – It’s a bird. / – There is a bird. – It’s a bird. / – The Pigeon King. They love birds so much. (Birds, here is my kiss.) Is he kissing? (Don’t block my love.) No, no. No, no. (Giggling) No. (I should tie his hair.) Children don’t like getting their hair tied. (Crying) I guess it hurts. It must hurt. (He suddenly feels bad.) – He suddenly stopped. / – Seriously. What is this? Are they making up with a hug? He feels bad about screaming. (I am sorry, Dad. I was blinded by the pain.) (I am sorry I got angry.) (Will you accept my apology?) He is so cute. I want to go outside and see the scenery. Do you want to go outside? Let’s go outside. Jang Chen, let’s go outside. Jang Chen? “Aren’t you going outside?” Venice of Korea. Let’s go outside. Hold my hand. – Look over there! / – Where? Over there! – Do you see anything? / – Over there! Where is it? Where is it? – Over there! / – Where? – Where? / – The gulls came close. (The gulls come one at a time.) – There you go. / – They will feed the gulls. Watch me. (Naeun, I will enjoy the snack.) It caught the snack. (Me too.) (The gulls have their fill.) (They are eating with gusto.) (The sun sets.) – That’s… / – Stretch out your arms. Like this. Like this. – “Titanic”. / – “Titanic”. – Everyone does that on a ferry. / – See the moon? Do you see the sun? Do you see the red thing? It’s over there. It’s really pretty, right? – It’s over there. / – Naeun is the protagonist. She is prettier than Kate Winslet. (They shout as much as they want.) – I didn’t know about that place. / – Me neither. – This is fun. / – It’s nicely organized. I’m sure lovers will fall deeper in love on this ferry. – It’s nicely organized. / – The lights are beautiful. I know. (My goodness.) Do you like the sea or not? I really like the sea. – Me too. / – Do you like the sea or not? – I like it. / – Make some noise if it was fun. – Let’s have fun tomorrow as well. / – Okay. Play while I wash up, okay? My knees hurt. – Do her knees hurt? / – She walked a lot today. What is Gunhoo doing? (He shows off his leg muscles courtesy of kids cafe.) Look at his legs. Isn’t Gunhoo three years old? (The muscles become more pronounced as he gets higher.) Like father like son. His thighs are similar to Jooho’s thighs. (Gunhoo, grow up healthy.) Okay. (Jooho comes out.) What? Dad. This won’t do. This won’t do. (Screaming) (Naeun, wait for me.) (They ran away in surprise.) (We can’t let him corner us like this.) Suddenly… – Hey. / – What are you doing? “Did you think I would be scared of you?” (Flustered) Pick this up. “Pick this up.” Even a worm squirms when you step on it. (Come and take me on!) (Gunhoo buys time.) All right. Naeun is securing a safe place. They make the perfect team. Only the two of them – can climb under the chair. / – Yes. (We need to run away!) The entrance is Gunhoo’s size. (Jooho doesn’t know what to do.) (I am here.) Isn’t he going to look for them? Come on. They even made a hiding place. He should look for them. (Why aren’t you looking for us?) (Flustered) He is getting scolded. “Why aren’t you looking for us?” (Be more enthusiastic, okay?) “Okay?” (You should run like this.) (Isn’t that right?) “Isn’t that right?” I will hide. Look for me. (Jooho the cat is excited.) That’s Jooho, right? Jooho changed a lot. (He hides in a corner.) (Let’s see how well he hid.) Cat. (You won’t think to look near.) (Laughing) (There is an unspoken rule in hide-and-seek with kids.) Shall we go and see where the cat is? (Don’t find right away.) (I figured out where Dad is.) Let’s see. Let’s see. – Did he pretend not to see him? / – He did. – Where is the cat? / – Jooho doesn’t know he’s caught. Where is the cat? – A bit of pretending makes the game more fun. / – Yes. (Where did he hide?) Cat. – Cat. / – Let’s see. My goodness. (What?) (Because of the clueless cat,) (it’s the children’s turn to hide.) One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, – nine, ten. / – He wants to be found now. Gunhoo found him. (The endless hide-and-seek begins once more.) My goodness. I think he is luring Jooho. (I will hide too.) Where is he? He is pretending not to see Gunhoo. Where is he? (Running) Where is he? (Gunhoo is tireless.) – He goes to the hiding place. / – That’s right. What? Oh, my goodness. (Screaming) I found you. – I hid well, right? / – Yes, you hid really well. How about Gunhoo? I saw him right away. You saw him right away. The cat should go away. Why? It’s a fake cat. – Do you not like the fake cat? / – No. (See you soon, Dad.) (Hello, I am Gunhoo, prince of the mirror.) I guess looking at his face makes him smile. He fell in love with his face. (It’s so pleasing to look in the mirror.) (If I am cute, make some noise!) (He smiles when he looks in the mirror.) (He becomes serious when he looks at the camera.) Gunhoo’s emotions are changing rapidly. (Gunhoo is absorbed in his own world.) (I am so cool.) (Gunhoo, you are so cute.) (I have something to say to you.) (You are the best.) (Now let’s switch up the mood.) (You didn’t see how precious I am.) (I will make you pay.) (How could you do that to me?) (Stop! It’s over.) (There is something you do when a situation ends.) There you go. Cut the slate. (Did you think I was done?) (He is still absorbed in his emotions.) (I won’t let you be!) (Someone please save the camera.) (He should go to an acting academy.) What are you doing? (I am savoring my face.) (Gunhoo Over Flowers) – I guess Gunhoo knows he is cute. / – I guess. (No matter what people say, you are the best!) (He has been looking in the mirror for 10 minutes.) – He is absorbed. / – He is. He is completely absorbed in his beauty. (My eyes are closed now.) Are they playing tag now? One game leads to another without any context. (Where did my sister go?) (He follows Naeun around.) My goodness. – He kept his eyes closed. / – It’s okay. Why did he open his mouth? I think he opened it since his eyes are closed. (Even if I fall seven times,) – One thing should be open. / – That’s right. (I will get up the eighth time and look for my sister.) (I found you.) My goodness. He caught her. Naeun and Gunhoo, come here. – Why did he bring water? / – Come here. You will have a foot bath. – Do you know what it is? / – A foot bath. Roll up your pants. You had a long day. – Yes. / – That’s right. Put your feet inside. It’s refreshing, right? – Gosh, it’s cold! / – It’s cold, right? I have a cold water foot bath when I’m tired. – It relieves exhaustion. / – Put your feet inside. – Really? / – Dip a little bit. – I should try it. / – It feels so cool! Isn’t it cool, Gunhoo? – Does it feel cool? / – It feels cool! Right? – Here we go! / – Here we go. Let’s do the opposite foot. Naeun, look at Gunhoo. Do you see his muscles from running around so much? Right? Can you see? – Muscles? / – Yes, look here. Gunhoo has very healthy legs. He needs to massage and wash them well. He is the best dad. (Wow! It feels so nice!) We need to massage it so we can run – and have fun again tomorrow. / – He is the best dad. – Right. / – Like my after-game massage. Straighten your leg. – It feels so much better. / – It looks much thinner. – Straighten your leg. / – He has very skinny legs now. – Good. / – That was good. We should sleep now. – Oh, family! / – Oh, family! Gunhoo! (Gunhoo!) – They are so lovely. / – I know. Join us, Gunhoo. (Oh!) (Screams) (Once is not enough.) (Oh, family!) – Time to sleep. / – Goodnight, Dad. Goodnight, Gunhoo. Goodnight, Gunhoo.