Seungjae, the book reading boy [The Return of Superman / 2017.04.16]
I want my strawberry milk now. One chicken soup and – acorn jelly, please. / – Okay. (Seungjae sings while waiting for the food.) (Just then) (Someone proposes a toast.) Let’s keep up the good work. – Cheers. / – Cheers. Cheers. – Cheers. / – Cheers. Cheers. (Hello.) Cheers. (Seungjae makes everyone laugh.) – Cheers. / – Seungjae. Shall we have a toast, too? – Cheers. / – Cheers. Let’s pull ourselves together. – Cheers. / – Say something. I hope Mom, Dad and I will always be healthy. – Cheers. / – Cheers. (Cheers!) – Enjoy. / – Thank you. After hiking, you should have good food. (Acorn jelly) I want to try the chicken. I’ll cool it for you. Is it as sweet as candy? (Seungjae is curious about the taste.) Yes. You’re not eating that, are you? You’re not eating that, are you? You’re just teasing me, right? You’re not eating that, are you? The chicken is so sweet. Does it taste good? (The chicken makes Seungjae smile.) (It tastes great.) (Blowing) (Seungjae blows, too.) One baby pig made a house with twigs. A wolf came and… (A wolf came and blew it away.) It blew it away. (Jiyong tries to stop Seungjae from talking.) It’s so sweet, right? It’s as sweet as candy. (Seungjae takes another bite.) It’s so sweet, right? It’s gone now. I want some more. (Seungjae takes a big bite.) It tastes so good, right? (The food tastes amazing after the climb.) (Jiyong enjoys the food as well.) Excuse me. This is my water. – Is it yours? / – Yes. I got this water. I got this water myself. (He brags about his water.) Where? I got it myself. – From the spring? / – Yes. It’s mine. – Whose water is it? / – It’s mine. – Is it drinkable? / – Yes. May I have some? (Seungjae says yes without hesitation.) (The baby knows how to break the ice.) – Thank you. / – I’m jealous. (Seungjae gives him all his water.) (The glass is full.) – I’m jealous. / – You’re giving him all of it? (My goodness.) You’re so generous. You’re the best. – Thank you. / – What about you? Dad, I’ve run out of water. I’ve run out of water. (The bottle is filled again.) (This will do.) (Here comes the baby intern.) You’re back. I’m here to give you more water. (He’s so smart.) Thank you. (Seungjae pours the water with both hands.) – What’s your name? / – Seungjae. – Seungjae. / – Ko Seungjae. – Ko Seungjae? / – How old are you? – I’m four. / – Four? – Are you five? / – I’m four. – You’re four. / – You’re four. – Drink some water. / – You’re Seungjae. Drink some water. – Thank you. / – I want some, too. – You should drink some, too. / – I want some. Thank you. Seungjae, thank you. Let’s shake hands. Let’s shake hands. Thank you. You’re so sweet. I’m sweet, right? (Seungjae comes back.) – Shall we get going? / – Yes. – Let’s go. Bye. / – Let’s go. (Seungjae says goodbye.) Bye. – Bye, Seungjae. / – Bye. He’s so cute. – Bye. / – Bye. (He waves as hard as he can.) (They’re back home.) Seungjae has changed. He brushes his teeth on his own. Here. (Seungjae brushes his teeth by himself.) (They brush their teeth.) (After brushing his teeth…) There you go. (He smiles.) Look at me. I brushed my teeth. He’s not afraid of taking a shower anymore. (He doesn’t cry during shower anymore.) You’re doing great. (He’s learned to close his eyes during shower.) We’re done. Let me put some lotion on you. Jiyong looks very experienced now, too. (Jiyong squeezes out lotion.) My diaper is here. (He even gets his diaper himself.) It smells like melons, Dad. – Does it smell like melons? / – Yes. (Jiyong puts lotion on Seungjae.) – We’re done. / – We’re done. – Juice. / – Do you want to drink juice? I want this. What happens if you squeeze it? It’ll splash. – Like this? / – Yes. Suck it up. (He sucks the juice up carefully.) – Like this? / – Yes. Does it taste good? (Slurping) – It tastes like strawberries. / – It’s a mango flavor. A mango flavor? – Is it a mango flavor? / – Yes, it is. Seungjae is all grown up. (What are they going to do now?) (Seungjae is reading books.) (Bleating) (Bleating) (After seeing Seungjae play well on his own,) (Jiyong goes to take a shower.) (Where’s Dad?) Look at the wolf. Look at this. It’s a wolf. A wolf howls like this. A fox yelps like this. Look at this. (Are you talking to me?) A lion, a horse, a bat and an anteater. A lion, a horse, a bat and an anteater. This is an anteater. A piglet suckles. A kangaroo suckles in the pouch. A bat suckles hanging upside down. A whale suckles in the water. Seungjae, what’s that? They’re not reptiles. They’re mammals. It’s a whale. A whale can jump. I’ll go get a whale. A whale. (He’s a passionate teacher.) It’s a whale. (He gives the whale to the cameraman.) – I’ll get some more. / – It’s okay. (Running) (This and this.) – I brought some more. / – What’s that? – This. It’s a zebra. / – A zebra? – A snake. / – A snake? – A crocodile. / – A crocodile? – A leopard. / – A leopard. – An elephant. / – Why are you giving me these? – I don’t know. / – What? (Seungjae likes to share his stuff with others.) It’s Tyrannosaurus. Tyrannosaurus.