Subtitles by OnDemandKorea (Spring has come to Jeju along with the warm sun.) (Spring fog has come to Sogil Road.) It’s Gosil! Gosil! It’s a really new item! Don’t you notice something new? – Don’t my heels look swollen? – Yeah. What kind of guests will come in the spring? Where are you? Seems like he’s a foreigner. (Yes, that’s right. I’m a foreigner.) (On top of that, there are bikers.) How do you say “work colleagues” in English? – How old are you?
– You guys can be friends. It’s like, how did you bring them to Jeju? How will they be able to judge you? This is difficult… (Sang-soon took his guitar out.) (Inexpensive skills work anywhere in the world.) It works in every song. – Every song!
– Every single song. It’s good. It’s cool. I want to learn that skill. – He said it’s cool!
– It looks cool. So you have to do yoga. – Let’s do it. – Yeah. (While they’re doing yoga…) (Jeju is an island where the sunrise is spectacular.) (When the sun comes up…) (it becomes a place where all four seasons are beautiful.) (But today’s weather is not very nice…) (7:00 a.m.: Windy and cold bed and breakfast) (Sang-soon is still asleep.) (He’s up!) (The sound of the door opening is cheerful today, too.) (Biker team is still asleep.) (The younger one is up.) (So is the older one.) (Hi, Gosil~) (Sang-soon feeds the cats.) (Their quiet breakfast) (The dogs get their morning snack as well.) (Mi-dal is going nuts!) (After he gives a snack to Mi-dal,) (it’s coffee time.) (He takes out milk.) (He makes soft latte.) (What’s this?) Hey, this is mine. It’s mine. (It’s been a while since he sat at a quiet table.) (The leisure of drinking a cup of coffee alone (feat. disheveled hair)) (Biker team comes down after washing.) Hi. Did you sleep well? – It wasn’t cold?
– Yes, it was fine. It was kind of cold at night. – What will you do in this weather?
– It’s not raining right now. But the weather report keeps saying it well. (Will we not be able to ride today…?) – Where are you guys going today?
– To the Halla Mountain area. 1100 Highlands and the forest roads… (1100 road passes through Halla Mountain’s 1100 Highlands) (We’re going to race through there!) (1100 road coming soon!) – Is Jackson not back yet?
– Yes, he’s not back from yoga yet. He must be doing it for a long time. They end at 7:00, and the Dongmun Market is nearby, so they’ll probably check out that area. – With Hyo-ri? – Yes. I see. (Hyo-ri and Jackson come out after finishing yoga.) (7:00 a.m.: Yoga class ends.) – Cold? – Yes. I feel very relaxed after. You want to see the market or do you want to go home and rest? What do you want? Yeah, I’d love to see the market. – Market? – Yeah. What are your plans for today? Today? I’m going to the theater with my husband. – Okay. – Like a date. Oh, that’s nice. When we married, we didn’t go to the theater. We just watched it at home. Yeah. – So it’s a special day.
– Yeah, that’s great. (They’re almost at Dongmun Market.) It’s a little bit early, but… Let me see if they have anything here. So do you have money? I only have card actually. – Card? – They don’t take card? I forgot to bring any. – I have money at your place.
– I have. I have. – I’ll just give it to you when I go back.
– Yeah. I’ll let you borrow $50. Yeah, I’ll just give it to you when I go back. Thank you. We’re here before anybody. (What is the Dongmun Market like usually?) (There are various foods and seafood.) (It is a place filled with people.) (The market is empty because they came too early.) – I love it. All closed. You understand?
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s nice. It’s different. Different. Different feeling. Do you buy food here sometimes? – Yes, yes. – What do you buy? The fish or seafood is very fresh more than other big markets. Oh, an apparel store is open. – Got some clothes.
– Aren’t you cold? – Should I buy pants? – Pants? I think you’re cold. Come here. Sir, are there any nice, warm pants? Something like sweatpants? Oh, he’s wearing shorts! (Culture shock) Yeah, I can get some pants. I’m big though. If you go to Halla Mountain, you need warm pants. (Jackson was going to go to Halla Mountain like this.) It will help. That’s a good idea. – I think this color is better.
– That’s better, too. I think you’re right. – It’s cheap. – $13. Wear it right now. Now, now. – I should put it on.
– Wear it right now. Jackson, do you know what these are? No, it’s okay. I don’t think I need it. These are good! You wear them on your toes like this! (Toe socks got rejected right away…) (Jackson wears the pants right away.) – Do they fit? – I think so. Yeah, it fits. – Bye. – Thank you. I did not expect to get pants today. – But it’s a good idea.
– It looks good! – Man makes the clothes.
– Is this fashionable? – Oh, yeah! You look good. – Yeah? – Not fashionable but warm. – I don’t think so. – Warm is better. – That’s more important. You cool a lot, right? You do? Yeah, I love to cook. – Hello. – Yeah, that’s awesome. – We can buy some seafood, and we’ll cook it and eat it together. – Sounds good. Yeah. And now it’s starting to open. – Oh, yeah. – Yeah. – It escaped! – It came out. (As expected, the seafood is fresh here.) The seafood is very fresh. Conch. What’s this? Mackerel? Were mackerels always so cute? Oh, my. – We eat a lot of these.
– Really? Mackerels? – They’re so cute! – They are cute. I don’t want to eat them now. I can’t eat them if I look at things like this. No, no. Yeah, we can’t look at them because we can’t eat them. – We can’t eat them. – Yeah. Exactly. – That’s shrimp! – It’s sad? Hold on. Or we can get clams. – Hello. – It’s been a while. These clams are fresh, right? How about we make pasta with them and olive oil? – Will $10 of them be a lot? – Just buy $5 of them. – Okay, please give me that much then.
– It’s a lot. What about this? Have you ate that before? Abalone? – Are they alive? What? – Abalone. – What are they? – Abalones. They look like rocks. – Really? – Yeah. It’s very delicious. – Do you make them sometimes?
– Yeah, of course! – Yoon-ah is very…
– She makes them? Yeah, she makes them. Please give us abalones, too. How much for five of them? – Should I give you $10 worth of them?
– Yes. Money. Why are you holding my hand? Give me money! – Give me money! – Money? – Money! – Oh, money! My money. (Embarrassed Jackson) Here they are. (They buy plenty of delicious abalones and clams.) I’m going to see if I can get the rice cake over there. – Ah, okay. For Yoon-ah? – Yeah. – These look interesting. – Really? – Yeah. – Okay, try them. – Thank you. – Thank you. Bye. – Do you want to buy some Jeju oranges?
– Yeah, I’m going to get some Jeju oranges. – Thank you. – Thank you. Do you know this? Have you tried it? Peanut? – What is it? – Peanut. – Udo Peanut? – It’s like beans. – Thank you. – Thank you. (This peanut snack is on Hyo-ri.) Not there? It’s fun coming here in the morning. – I didn’t think it was you. – Pardon? You don’t look like Hyo-ri. I didn’t think you were her. Because I don’t have make-up on. You still look beautiful. These women maybe work 20 to 40 years, I think. – Almost… – Same? Same job? – I respect them. Respect. – Respect? I respect them. I respect them. My father was a barber. – Oh, really?
– Yeah. Not now, but… – He used to be. – He used to be. – So he always cut your hair?
– Yeah, like a boy, so I hated it. – Really short? – Really short. Like you. – Really? – Yeah. Wow. Do you cut your own hair, too? No. – No. Sang-soon sometimes. – Really? Because the barbershop is too far from my house. It’s far. Just one hour away. And then I think it’s not important. – Yeah. – When I was your age, around 25 or 26, this was very important. But now, it’s not… Did you have different colored hair? – When I was young? – Yeah. Yeah! I do red, yellow, blue… I did them all. I think I wanted to change it. – Now? – No, when I was young. – Many times. – Yeah, I want to be different people. – Yeah. – But now I don’t think so. All right. Let’s go. Got new pants. Got lots of food. – Try. – Snack? What music do you want? Do you know that song? “Easy?” – “Easy?” – Yeah. Maybe. – Oh, yeah, yeah. – That’s it? That’s my mind. Really? That’s a really relaxing mind. The lyrics are very good. I’m not happy when I try to fake it. That’s a nice line. Do you relate to that line? Do you feel that line? Yeah. (This time, it’s Jackson’s choice.) – Do you know who Mino is?
– Mino? – Yeah. – SHINee? I don’t know. Is he in SHINee? – Song Mino. – I think so. (“Body” – Mino) – Did you just dab? – Dab! – You like hip hop? – Yeah. Maybe you love my song. – Oh, let’s listen to it. – First album. “Ten Minutes.” – You have over one million views. – Yeah. I was 26 at that time. – 26? – Yup. When did you start music? Early? 20. It’s old style hip hop. – It is old style. And all the clothes are old style. – Yeah. – That’s you. – Yeah. Young and pretty! Ten minutes are enough for me. To make… How do you say “seduce?” Man… – That’s what it’s about? – Ten minutes are enough for me. That’s what it means. – You can understand?
– I think I understand. Now I need two hours… But at that time, ten minutes were enough. Ten minutes were enough. (Jackson already fell for her even though it hasn’t been 10 minutes yet.) Old style, right? Like Jennifer Lopez. – Or like Britney Spears. – Yeah. – You still remember the moves? – Yeah. Of course. (Her head remembers the moves, but her body isn’t following them.) Stop watching. – No? – Meditation. So you did some hip hop. I didn’t know that. I want to talk deeply with you so much, but I can’t. – Yeah. – This is my best. This is still deep though. Same. It’s enough, I think. What is the meaning of life? That’s my question. (Hyo-ri became lost in her thoughts for a moment.) They want to be… All people want to be important people. Right? Important person. So… Showing is important nowadays. – And they want everybody else to see the best part of them. – Yeah. Or the coolest. When I look through Instagram, all people look happy. And gorgeous… But their lives are not, right? – Yeah. – Me, too. – Same? – When people see me on TV, all people say, “Hyo-ri is pretty, has a lot of money, and has a good husband.” – Always happy. – Yeah, but no. – It’s impossible.
– No. It’s impossible. I don’t know. I can imagine when you’re really famous… it’s hard to say you feel bad. Yeah, I can’t show it. And then sometimes I feel they want to only see the bright side. They only want to see the gorgeous and pretty side. It’s not that I wanted to show it. It’s that they wanted to see it. – Yeah, they do want to, right?
– Yeah. But instead I have a good husband and few good friends. I can do anything in front of them. – That’s really good. – That’s very important. Yeah, I think a small amount of good friends is better than having many okay friends. Okay friends? I see. Okay friends. That’s how you describe them. – What’s the word for it?
– Okay friends? Just friends. – Just friends? – Yeah. Maybe we can be good friends. – Yeah, I think so.
– Okay friends? – No? – We could be good friends. – What are okay friends again? – Just friends. Can I call you auntie? – Auntie? – Is that bad? Auntie? – No! – No? No? Okay. – Never.
– All right. Sis then. I’ll stick with sis. I don’t like sis. – You don’t like sis? – Just call me Hyo-ri. – Just Hyo-ri? – Yeah. – I’ll stick with Hyo-ri. – Auntie? Oh my god! They’re so dirty! Should we clean them up right now? The backs are really dirty. – Oh, they’re coming.
– They’re up. They are? They’re awake. – Hi! – Hello. – Good morning. – Good morning. Did you have a good trip? What’s up? – How was yoga? – It was nice. I like it. It was good. I feel good. How did you sleep? Did you sleep well? I slept well. – You’re back? – Yeah. Why are you back so late? – We went to Dongmun Market.
– I see. – Jackson.
– Hello, Sang-soon. Good morning. We brought abalones and clams because he likes pasta. – Really? – Yeah. Great job. All right. – Let’s eat breakfast. – Okay. Yeah. Do you want me to make something or…? – No. – Okay. Maybe you should get some rest. Okay. Maybe that’s a good idea. – Otherwise you’ll be too tired.
– Yeah, I’ll be too tired. Yeah. Good idea. Is Yoon-ah not here yet? (Yoon-ah slept well last night.) (Groggy and dazed) (Ready to go to work!) Oh, no… (Knocked down by the fierce winds) (She got something to do as soon as she came to work.) (8:20 a.m.: Yoon-ah comes to work.) Hello. Did you sleep well? – Did you? – Yes. (She’s at work now.) – Hi, you’re here. – Hello. – You go and sleep.
– I’ll lie down for a bit. – That way, you can work later.
– Since I went out early in the morning… Yoon-ah, Jackson bought this for you at Dongmun Market. (Rice cakes!) Thank you. – Jackson. – Hello. – Hi. Good morning. – Yeah, go for it. – Thank you! – You’re welcome. I heard you like rice cakes. (Jackson, who woke up early, gets some rest.) Go inside, Mi-dal. (Hyo-ri heads for the studio.) Are you guys sleeping again? You guys probably slept until now. What are you guys doing? You guys slept already! Go out and play! Mi-dal. (Mocha and Mi-dal attack her at the same time.) What are you doing? What are you doing, Mocha? (Hyo-ri also gets some rest with Mocha and Mi-dal.) Then should we prepare breakfast? – If you make salad, I’ll make the eggs.
– Okay. Would you like some tea while you’re waiting? – Pu’er tea? – Yes. It’s good to drink it in the morning. – Learning English.
– Time to learn English. (8:50 a.m.: Morning tea time) If you live here, you won’t be able to help but become healthy. – Right. – When I woke up this morning, I wasn’t tired at all. I’m living without knowing the date and time. Did you guys get close in the club? – Yes, at first.
– How old were you guys? It was about ten years ago, so I was 24. Were you 21 or 20? I was around 21 years old. My college major has nothing to do with interior. – I majored in chemical engineering.
– Really? Yes, but he got a job first. Sometimes, he would give me some work and pay me $100 or $200. I would follow him around, and his work looked interesting. So I decided to do it and learned a few things to get that job. – At first, he told me not to do it.
– Because it’s too hard? He said he never recommends it. I said I would try it…so I’m doing it now… but it really is hard. Still, I think it’s great that you get to work with someone you’re close to. It can be less tiring for you. The work we do is really exhausting. Sometimes we have to stay up nights and we don’t get much sleep. That’s why I think we try to find a special hobby. – Right. – Hobbies that have to do with going out into nature? I think that’s great. Special freedom. (Motorcycles blossom their driving forces for daily living.) (Yoon-ah is preparing salad.) (Jeju orange, corn, vegetables) They’re all yellow. (I found it!) (Tomato) (One more) – Yoon-ah, are you okay? – Yes. I’m fine. (She cuts the tomatoes into small pieces.) (She adds a ton of corn in there.) (She adds Jeju oranges as well.) (Secret weapon) (Fregola pasta from Seoul) (Yoon-ah’s Tip: Add the pasta to boiling water with salt. Then if you wash it in cold water and add it in the salad, it will be delicious.) (She mixes up the salad thoroughly with fregola pasta in there.) (The salad is complete.) – Done? – Yes. Then I’ll make the eggs. Wow, looks delicious! (In charge of scrambled eggs) We bought a movie ticket for you as well. Your seat is in the very corner. Thank you. Then popcorn is on me. – Popcorn? – Yes. – You’re going to buy it? – Yes. Okay. – Since you bought my ticket.
– Okay. I love popcorn. (Biker team sets the table.) Should I wake up Jackson? Jackson? I think he can just sleep. He must be tired. We can let him sleep and wake him up later. (Jackson is out.) How tired he must be. He woke up at 4 a.m. – I can just leave this much for Jackson, right? – Yeah. I think that will be enough. Here is the bread. (Today’s breakfast is complete.) – Enjoy. – We will. Thank you. Thank you. It’s savory. It’s delicious! (Savory fregola pasta) (Yoon-ah worked hard from the morning.) It’s delicious. I saw that you were working so hard, so I wondered if I could cook for you guys once. Actually, the best food in the world is one that someone else cooks for you. Food that someone else cooks is the best. Since you guys worked hard, the least we can do is cook a meal for you. – I’ll do the dishes. – Okay. That’s a good idea. It’s raining tomorrow, so we’ll come back early. (Jackson isn’t even making a sound.) Jackson? Jackson? Jackson, are you okay? Yeah. So you should eat something and go travel. Yeah. I’ll be up in five minutes. – Okay. – Thanks. (5 minutes later…) (Jackson is up!) Yeah, I had a nice nap. – Deep sleep?
– Deep sleep. Yeah. I was out. (Mimi jumps.) Thank you. (Yoon-ah takes care of the guest who came late.) Gotcha. It’s freezing. Why is it so windy? Yoon-ah! – Did you two already eat?
– Yes. – Do you want some food, Hyo-ri?
– Yeah. – Did you sleep, Jackson?
– Sleep? Yeah. – Did you? – Yeah. – Feels good after sleeping, huh?
– Yeah. – It’s very nice. – It is. I don’t think Jackson has any special plans. Really? – Museum? – I’m going to go to… There’s a glass museum. Do you know? My little sister likes to make glass. I think I’ll try it and see. Cause it’s not too far. It’s pretty close. – Not too far, huh? 30 minutes by car? – Yeah. Hello, this is Sogil Road. You know the glass museum? We need to hurry before it rains. Did you get everything? – What about your wallet?
– It’s in here. We’ll be back. Awesome. – Be safe. – We will. We’ll be back after a ride. – Always be safe. – We will. Don’t overdo it. – We’ll be back. Don’t come out. – Bye. – Won’t they be cold? – Be safe. I should hear the engines. Oh, is the taxi here? Hello? He’ll be out in a bit. He’s a foreigner. Jackson, taxi is coming. Okay. Thank you. – Okay? – Yes, let me just pay. Here, Hyo-ri. This is the money I owe you. – This…? – Because you bought something extra. No. That’s yours. (No, no=I’m Lee Hyo-ri.) – Bye. Enjoy. – Have a nice day. – Bye. – Have a nice day. Call me before you’re coming. Okay. – If you need anything, call me. Just call me. – Okay, thank you. Oh, they’re going. They look so cool! Wow! (Cool guys) (Today, they leave with the rich and full engine sounds that move their hearts.) – Bye. – Bye-bye. (The bikers leave.) (Jackson leisurely walks behind them.) (He starts his trip alone again today.) (All bed and breakfast guests are out.) (Only the employees are left at the bed and breakfast.) (When peace has temporarily come to the busy bed and breakfast…) (the dogs are feeling hungry.) (We’re hungry.) Hyo-ri, the dogs are so cute below you! Gosh, you shameless things! Let me eat in peace! (This is…) (Maestro Hyo-ri) This is like a choir. She’s leaving. She doesn’t want to sing. (The members are tired due to hunger.) (Yoon-ah prepares snacks for them.) (Let’s go eat snacks.) (All of them follow her to eat snacks, except for…) Call for Gosil, Yoon-ah. Gosil. (All of them are here except for Gosil.) – Gosil, Yoon-ah is going to give you something. – Go. Gosil, over there. Gosil, over there. – You fool. – Fool. Fool, hurry up and go over there! – Gosil! – Gosil! – You can eat something over here.
– How many do I give them? Okay, hold on. – One each. – One each? Gosil. Soon-shim. Guana. Done! Done! I said we’re done! (Let’s go, guys. She said we’re done.) That was a good snack, huh? Should I leave at noon? And we go out at 12:30? No, around 12:50… (The couple’s movie theater date… The start of this was…) This is why our fluttering feelings for each other faded. This is why our relationship is still in winter even though spring has come. – Should we go watch a movie when the guests leave tomorrow? – Sounds good. But if we leave together, it won’t feel like a date. Let’s meet there in front of the entrance. – Leave separately and meet at the entrance? – Yes. If Yoon-ah joins us, I want to go in your car. – Okay. – Wanna do that? Yeah. What time? Sang-soon, we should watch a movie with Hye-won and Yoon-ah, too. Sure, let’s do that. Yeah, let’s watch it all together. Sang-soon, why don’t I have any clothes to wear? What do you mean? Even if I want to wear nice clothes, I don’t have any. You bought clothes though. All I have are sweatpants and t-shirts. That’s probably because those are all you ever buy. I used to have two wardrobes before. What should I wear? Your suit. You can just wear a dress shirt with the suit. (Really?) (He applies her preferences right away.) (At that moment, Yoon-ah comes up.) What do you think? Do I look okay? The dress shirt, right? I was surprised because I thought you meant your pants. Will it be too old-fashioned to wear jeans and a jacket? It might be… Why is he asking her that? That old man, seriously… I think those pants will be better. Oh, these pants… – Are they too tight?
– These are too skinny! These are way too skinny… There are way too skinny… Are they too skinny? Slightly, yes… I must have gained weight. My hair looks really big, too. Should I tie it up? I’ll tie it like this. (Greatly flustered) Like this. What do you think? Yoon-ah, look at me. Hyo-ri, Yoon-ah ran away after she saw me! What did you wear? He tied up his hair, and I thought he was Jang Chen! Do you know Jang Chen? (Do you know who I am…?) Yoon-ah, don’t guys not dress like that nowadays? Your pants are too tight! What’s wrong with your butt? What do you think? (Jang Chen is so excited that he’s even trying on a hat.) Look at his back. My goodness. What a burdensome butt. Hey, do I look like a cowboy? You think you’re in some sort of circus band? (Heartbroken Sang-soon) Next! Next! Nice, huh? Nice, huh? Those pants might be better. I think that jacket is nicer. You need to make Hyo-ri have these fluttering feelings she didn’t have in a while. (Choosing an exciting outfit for their date) – Sang-soon, hurry up and leave.
– What time is it? Why are you taking so long? (And after some time passed…) – Black is nice, right?
– Yeah, but so is that color. You look cute right now. Sang-soon, do you have brown leather shoes instead of white shoes? – Huh? – You look cute.[OnDemandKorea Ver] jTBC E13 Hyo-ri’s Bed and Breakfast 2
-♥ Ruo Xi ♥-Hi. I’m Lee Sang-soon from Seoul. You look like Nakamura. (Now it’s time for Hyo-ri to be reborn.) (First, she gets heels in each and every color…) (Hiding them, she goes to the 2nd floor.) (She’s going to surprise him with a surprise transformation.) (Nakamura suddenly goes up.) (Hastily) (She quickly hides the high heels.) – You’re going to wear heels?
– You saw them? (Her surprise failed.) (Someone is coming to the house.) Let’s go inside. Hi, Hye-won. (What greeted them was…) I’m Lee Sang-soon from Seoul! I look nice in Seoul, too. (Yoon-ah came back after checking up on the situation on the 2nd floor.) – How’s it going up there?
– How can I put it…? Hyo-ri came back? (Lee Hyo-ri is back!) Do I look okay? This is what you call the style of an educated woman. Would you like to go get some tea after this? What do you think? (Hyo-ri can’t come to a decision easily.) I think it’s going to be really cold outside today. – See you later.
– Are you leaving now? Hold on. Did I get both my phones? What do you think Hyo-ri will wear? A dress? A dress? You must like dresses. – Me? – Yes. I only saw her wear a dress once. While we met up. He’s smiling! – Dress is nice.
– He must want her to wear one. All right. See you later. Hyo-ri, I’m leaving first. – Okay. – See you later. – See you! – Bye. Hyo-ri! Hyo-ri! Hyo-ri! What is it? Dress… Dress… Dress… He wants me to wear a dress? I asked him what he thinks you’ll wear and he said, “A dress?” I said he must like dresses, and he said he only saw you wearing a dress once during your dates. (Sogil Road’s Cupid) Dress? Okay, got it. – Dresses are nice.
– I’ll look for one. – Yoon-ah! – Yes? I’m done! I discovered the perfect style that Lee Sang-soon will love. Isn’t that an office girl? He really loves this kind of style. (An outfit full of the thrill of spring) (Trying to make Sang-soon fall in love.) (Today…) (You’re mine…) See you later! Have fun. (Mom’s acting weird.) (What can I use as a bag?) (The Bluetooth mic case.) Doesn’t this look like a clutch? Doesn’t it? Isn’t it nice? (A mic case.) (Is now a clutch.) I need it to carry my things… (Super confident.) (Holding on to her precious clutch.) (Goes on Hye-won’s car.) Do you like my clutch? Isn’t it nice? You won’t recognize from a distance. (She’s nervous about her date.) (Sogil’s cupid joins as well.) She’s so pretty. (Finally gets to go to the city.) (A bit shy…) (And a bit awkward…) (But for these two…) (This is a precious movie date.) (Sang-soon arrived first.) (Hyo-ri arrived too.) Can you see him? (Very well.) Over there! What’s he holding? What’s that? (He doesn’t know what to do either.) (Gets out of the car quickly) (out of embarrassment.) (They finally met.) (The crowd gives them some space.) Honey? (They’re even more embarrassed today>) Hyo-ri. What is it? Flowers? They’re for you. What’s that? It’s for Yoon-ah. Why is it bigger? There’s a reason… Really? How do I look? I wore the ripped skirt that you like. Very nice. This feels so weird. Should we go in? (They go inside) (with butterflies in their stomachs.) Apparently, I’m supposed to put my jacket over my shoulder. Very nice! Do you like my clutch? I didn’t have a clutch… I needed to carry my make up but I couldn’t bring a backpack. This is my style. (The crowd watches from far away.) He brought flowers for you too! How do we look? Give it to her. Thanks! They look pretty on her. Hye-won, I didn’t get any for you because you have a husband. Yoon-ah. Yoon-ah. Have fun. Honey, let’s go. Aren’t you Lee Hyo-ri and Lee Sang-soon? No, we’re not. (They haven’t been to movies in a while.) (What they’re watching today.) Hi. We… Made reservations for this. Do we get our tickets here? Should I get the popcorn? (An intruder.) Aren’t you Yoon-ah? Do you have coke? 1 coke and 1 lemonade please. Yoon-ah. You’re over there. All the way to the end. I can take care of myself. I’ll get going then. (She runs away.) Hye-won! Where are you? This flower is called sea lavender. It means eternal love. Do you know the meaning of yellow tulips? An impossible love. What? That’s why I gave that to Yoon-ah. (It was very meaningful.) Our heights finally match now that I’m wearing heels. I know. Seat 7… And 8. I can’t walk… (Hard to walk with heels on.) H is over here. Here? Yes. (Found their seats.) (Yoon-ah comes in too.) Hye-won’s here? Yoon-ah’s at the end. That’s hilarious. (The couple chose Yoon-ah’s seat.) That’s so funny. (She thinks so too.) Sang-soon, meeting you like this made me a bit nervous. How about you? Me too. So weird. I guess we needed this. (Its their first date in a while.) Yoon-ah, do you wanna come here? Nope. You sure? (I won’t bother your date.) (Taking a selfie to celebrate) (their date.) A movie date. Let’s take one with Yoon-ah. (Happy.) (I’ll take a picture of you guys.) (Yoon-ah’s picture.) (First movie date of the year.) (With Yoon-ah.) (The lights go off.) (Glare.) (I saw everything.) (Embarrassed.) We should’ve kissed when the lights were off… (Enjoy your movie.) (Little Forest.) (A movie about the lead character) (rejuvenating himself with nature and food) (after a long, exhausting) (life in the city.) (Focused on the movie already.) (A scene about making sujebi.) That looks delicious. (Gulp.) (Did you finish the popcorn?) (Embarrassed.) (Hyo-ri loves popcorn.) (The staff is totally into the movie now.) Let’s go Yoon-ah. (The movie is finally over.) (Hold my hand.) My legs hurt. My feet hurt. (What a gentleman.) It’s a palm reading machine! (Hyo-ri found a palm reading machine.) Is it the right hand or the left? (Hyo-ri tests it first.) (Looks serious.) It can read palms? (Checks the result.) It’s really accurate! (Yoon-ah tries it too.) Wow! Isn’t it accurate? (Satisfied by the good results.) Watching a movie at a theater for once was really nice. We should do this more often! (The staff had a great time) (on their first day out of the spring.) (How are the guests?) (Where’s Jackson going today?) (Where he can be an artist!) (The place that entices him) (to take pictures.) (This is the glass museum.) (A museum of glass made by artists.) (He found this place) (by aimlessly walking around.) Are you here to do it? Am I hungry? Try to make one. (Am I supposed to look at something?) Come here! Here? (Where are you going…?) (Confused.) Please wait here. (What is this place…?) (The charismatic master comes in.) Try to make a glass bottle like this one! Try to make one like this. We’ll help you. (Finally realized what’s going on.) What? He’s going to help you. He’s going to assist you. Thank you. (The master with explosive English.) Where are you from? USA! America? This is a very good opportunity. (Step 1. Practicing blowing.) (Step 1. Finished.) (What’s this situation…) (Step 2. Making the glass bottle.) Come up here! Look over there! (This molten glass is just for you…) (Jackson tries to make glass.) (Moves the glass to a cast.) (Blow and wait 5 seconds.) (So amazing.) (The start may not have been good.) (But things are shaping up now.) (The glass bottle comes to life) (with every breath Jackson takes.) (Very good.) (Congratulations.) (This is the art of blowing.) (But this isn’t over!) (It needs to cool down for a day.) (The complete product will get delivered) (by mail.) (Jackson had a great, unexpected) (experience.) What’s your name? My name? Moon. (Time to say goodbye…) Thank you. (Jackson will never forget today…) (Meanwhile, the bikers.) (Arrived at the 1100 Hill.) (The highest hill along the 1100 road) (between Jungmun and Jeju.) (Known for a great driving road) (because of its beautiful view.) (Burn my engine until it becomes a dust.) (Run on the land of Jeju.) (An endless forest road.) (Unstoppable speed.) Amazing! (Past the scenery of 1100 road…) (What will be waiting at the end of it?) (Fog.) I can’t see anything. You can supposedly see Mt. Sanbang. From here? That’s the ocean? I guess maybe when it’s sunny. I can’t see anything though. (All we see is fog.) There’s a picture. Where are we? (They don’t know where they are…) (They don’t have any plans…) (But they’re still having fun.) Let’s just ride. Ride? Just ride? (They ride.) (Feat. Fog lights and slow speeds.) Be careful. (Safety first.) Nice! (Riding is fun even at slow speeds.) (Past the endless scenery…) (Waiting for them…) (Is a grocery store.) We need to buy… We need to go to the seafood section. (They want to cook dinner) (for the people back at the house.) For 6 people? We need to feed Jackson too. (Calling someone…) Mom? How many… Mackerels do I need for 5 to 6 people? I don’t know how much they eat… 3 is enough? (He’s asking him mom for help.) The one we chose before. (Found fresh mackerels.) Let’s go pay. (It was a tiring day…) (But they’re still very happy.) (Going back after grocery shopping.) Did you like the movie? Yup. (They staff is going back too.) Did you buy her flowers often when you were dating too? Today was my first time. I didn’t need flowers… Hyo-ri’s the flower. Stop making excuses! Yoon-ah, the meaning of yellow tulips is a hopeless love. You’re so annoying. Yoon-ah, give up already. It was Yoon-ah who has to stop? Not you? Keep dreaming… The bikers will arrive around 5. Then we can have dinner. We’re eating together again? Since yesterday… We’ve been like a family. (The staff is back.) It was a great date. Yoon-ah. (Kisses for Yoon-ah too…) (I’ll pretend I didn’t see it…) Should we go back to how we were? Where’s my track suit? You’re going back to track suits? (From looking special for the date…) (To track suits to move around easily) (and a classy robe only for presidents.) (While Yoon-ah wipes the floor,) (the couple folds clothes.) (A thunderous noise of engines) (echos through Sogil.) (They arrived after traveling) (through heavy wind and rain.) (We’re back.) (I’ll open the gate.) (The animals greet the guests.) (The bikers return.) Our raincoats will drip. So let’s take them off out here. I feel comfortable whenever I’m here. Welcome back. Did it rain a lot? (She was worried about the guests.) We’re folding laundry. Hi! Welcome back. Did you have fun? Wasn’t it cold? We’re back. You bought mackerels? I hope you like it… We like it. We love it. But I don’t know how to boil it… Whenever I tried, I failed. Don’t get your hopes up… My hopes are sky high! Do you need to change? I’ll go downstairs. Can I take a shower? Sure. (Dad, I’m hungry.) Mi-dal. They’re not for you. They’re for Soon-yi! Come here Soon-yi. Eat. I just fed him. You did? (A tragedy brought by greed.) What’s he doing? Were you scared? Such a troublemaker… You’re embarrassing us! You’re embarrassing. That was hilarious. Do you want a cup of tea? Do you know a poet names Kaneko Misuzu? (Nope.) She’s a female poet. (Was a promising poet.) (Left about 500 children’s poem) (before dying in the age of 26.) She’s great. The Glass is my favorite. Read it. Can you play the guitar for the BGM? This poem needs it. I’ll play a track. (Sogil’s jukebox hard at work again.) Title: Glass. I remember seeing a broken window on a snowy day. Broken pieces of glass that I did not pick up after telling myself to. After seeing a limping dog… (Confused.) (I worried that it might step on them.) They were stuck in the snow. Shining. Did you listen? The author didn’t pick up broken pieces of glass even after seeing them but after seeing a limping dog… The author was worried that if the dog was hurt by glass. That happens to us a lot. Is it my fault? Did I not do enough? Is it because I hesitated? Did I hurt someone? (Yoon-ah found the one she likes too.) This is like you and the tangerine. Really? Snow Cover. I like that one too. It’s good! Sang-soon likes it too. The snow on the top must be cold as the cold moon shines on them. The snow at the bottom must be heavy as they carry hundreds. The snow in the middle must be lonely as they can’t see neither the ground or the sky. It makes you… Think about even the tiniest bit of details. It’s really awesome. Living as a group with that kind of attitude… I’d feel so comfortable. Everything will be understandable. It’d be great to live like that too. In detail… I wrote a poem too! Should I read it? Can you play the guitar for this? (Is it my turn?) Your clothes match. You’re right. Poetry recital. Title… That’s Not A Miracle? A round sun rises every morning. Falling asleep everyday with someone who used to be a stranger. Soon-yi sniffing the air of Jeju when her crate at the hospital was her entire world. That’s not a miracle? (Tears.) A shy girl breast feeding her hungry child in front of people. Mocha approaching people first when she was terrified of people before. That’s not a miracle? How is it? I almost cried again. She’s crying again! I wrote it for my dogs. People will think they’re just dogs and cats. But to us, they’re family. We sleep together, we eat together. (Yoon-ah knows that) (which made her tear up even more.) Let’s wash our hands first. (The bikers start to cook!) Can you wash the vegetables? Chef Kang, should I? (Jae-young is today’s chef.) (He cuts the mackerels first.) (Then vegetables.) (Uses Yoon-ah’s tools) (to mince garlic.) Spin it around. Do onions go in the sauce too? It helps with marination. I learned it from Kim Young-hee. My mom. (He doesn’t hold back on portions.) (Rice water is his secret weapon.) It needs sesame oil. (After a round of sesame oil…) Now, we wait. We wait? (It’s still raining.) (With rain) (window) (and Yoon-ah…) Yoon-ah, open the window and show us. (Ms. Lee looking for another photo shoot.) I’ll hold on to a book. Sit by the window. (At Mi-dal’s zone.) (What are you doing in my spot?) Your clothes are perfect too! Exactly. The wind is perfect. She’s so pretty! I need to take a picture. A girl reading poetry by a window. (The photo shoot finally begins.) Look up. (Reacts immediately.) What was that? She has to look up once in a while! Close your eyes. Look at the sky. (Reacts immediately.) What was that? She has to look up once in a while! Close your eyes. (An expert at candid shots.) Read without any expressions. The book! Not us! (Don’t look at the camera!) Why are you looking over here? I got it. I got a clip. It’s so cold. Be careful. That must be Jackson. (Jackson came through the rain.) (A direct translation is always the best.) Guys! Shh. The weather is so bad! Isn’t it cold? (Hyo-ri asks him how his day was.) (To sum it up,) (the glass museum is super fun.) Is it finished? Almost. (Boiled mackerel is almost finished.) I put too much perrila leaves in. It looks delicious! It looks good but… Perrila leaves will make it better. I like perrila leaves too. Should we just put all the rice in a big bowl? (Everyone gets ready for dinner.) (They sit around the table) (as it fills up.) (Today’s main dish…) It looks delicious! (Jae-young’s boiled mackerel.) Thank you for cooking today. (Can’t forget rice wine) (when it’s raining.) Delicious. Peanut rice wine? Should’ve bought some more. Why does Yoon-ah have that? She needs to get some soup. (It’s finally time to taste it.) I’m more nervous now than I was when we checked in. (Yoon-ah tastes it first.) It’s really good! Is it? It’s delicious. (Relieved.) It’s delicious. This is a difficult dish too. You’ve succeeded. I’m glad. (Happy for Jae-young’s success.) Delicious! (Koreans like it…) Is it spicy? (Not too spicy.) I didn’t make it spicy on purpose in case he can’t eat spicy food. (Yoon-ah uses her long arms) (to refill her rice.) (Jackson) (and Sang-soon get more too.) (Today’s proud chef.) I’m full. Thanks for the food. It was very delicious. We finished! I thought we’d have left overs. We’ll make you… Delicious breakfast instead. If you cook, there’s no cleaning. Since he cooked, he doesn’t have to do the dishes? Okay. Jackson told me that before too. Where do I throw this away? Just use the disposal. Disposal. Just put it in here? So I don’t have to use that? Are there any bones? (Is she telling me to go somewhere…?) (Let’s just go recycle.) (He’s confident about recycling.) (Drinks the last drop.) (But…) (He faces a crisis immediately.) Where? (Here!) (Recycled successfully…) (Worried about exploitation.) (We get paid after we finish working.) (Glad.) They leave messages for us when they leave. (Messages from past guests of the house.) Eun-ah Bo-gul… Gi? Bo-gum. Bo-gum. We had a great… We had a great time. (Jackson knows how to read Korean.) You’re good! Lee Dong-whi. Park Bo-gum. Do you know what he just read? He’s asking what Lee Dong-whi? Yes, Bo-gum means. How do I explain this to him? It’s how the kids talk these days… How do I translate that? I’ll use a translator. Lee Dong-whi means, do you agree? Park Bo-gum means yes. (Lee Dong-whi) (with Hyo-ri’s explanation.) I hate myself for explaining this terribly. (Breaking the language barrier again.) I’ll set it over at our studio. Sneak out with Yoon-ah. Okay. (Sang-soon wants to take his guitar.) (Puts it in his clothes) (so it doesn’t get wet.) (But it’s raining too much.) (Let’s just run.) (Hyo-ri heads to the studio as well.) (Yoon-ah hurries after her.) (Why are they meeting at the studio?) That’s so cool. (We first heard Sang-soon’s song) (last winter.) Do you want to write its lyrics? (Yoon-ah decided to write its lyrics) (and sing the song.) (She wrote the lyrics whenever she could.) (The title she came up with is To You.) (She’s recording a demo today.) That’s so cool. How so? Even at home… You can work… (A new look from the back.) This way please. Ms. Im. We’re just finding your key today. No pressure. You don’t even have to sing well. (Setting equipments for Ms. Im.) Just try to sing. (Practice first!) (Already recorded.) (This song’s writer, Sang-soon’s) (warm guitar melody.) (Now!) (Yoon-ah’s voice goes very well) (with the song’s calm melody.) That was great. Hyo-ri. That was awesome. But singing in such a low key… Is a bit awkward… Awkward? Maybe I can use my falsetto? So go back to our original key? Maybe it’d be better? I’m not too sure. I like what we have now. Do you wanna do it again? Try one more time. Get more comfortable. I like… Having no vibratos. Like how a child would sing… With no techniques singing true to the feelings. That’s what I like. I think you can sing like that even more. Okay. (Let’s not get nervous.) (Saved the lyrics on her phone.) (In her lyrics, Yoon-ah) (wanted to portray…) Meeting and saying bye with people… This house… Made you think about that? Yes. We all spent the time together. But I’m sure we’ll all… Remember different things. That’s… What I wanted to do. (What did Yoon-ah wanted to say) (after meeting these people?) (Produced by Lee Hyo-ri.) (Written by Lee Sang-soon.) (Lyrics by Im Yoon-ah.) (Good luck Yoon-ah.) You’re a really good singer. Hey. Yes? It was great. I know. Singing like that is difficult. It’s really clean. The key goes well with the lyrics and the song. You did great today. See you tomorrow. See you. Good night! (Time for Yoon-ah to go home.) Soon-yi’s hilarious. She doesn’t stop giving massages. She massages? She’s never done it to me! Good work Mimi. (It’s Soon-yi.) She wants money. (Here’s your money.) (I’ll massage your legs for free.) Is she massaging your legs? Are you guys going to bed? Yes. That’s so cool! Why do cats massage people? She’s massaging his whole body. She likes him. (I like Jackson.) I’ll go walk her home then. Thank you. Bye. Thanks. See you tomorrow. Thanks. Give me your things. I don’t have a lot. It’s just this. I’m okay. It was really good! I liked your lyrics. If we can either use the guitar or a piano by itself, it’d be great. (Back at her house.) (Changed into comfortable clothes.) (And she goes to bed.) (Her day is now over.) (Jackson is trying to sleep as well.) (But his roommates are already here.) (Jackson won’t be alone tonight either.) (The two bikers go to bed as well.) (And so does the couple.) Honey… You were handsome today. You were… Beautiful. You… Gave me butterflies in my stomach. Good night. Sweet dreams. (Good night everyone…) A photo shoot? It’s been scheduled for a long time. (She’s not a bed and breakfast owner) (today.) (She’s the Lee Hyo-ri.) (The photo shoot begins.) (Hyo-ri’s double life.) Hi! Two guests? Yes! Family? Yup! 15 years? (They’ve been friends for 15 years.) For our 30th anniversary our daughter… (Sang-soon is listless without Hyo-ri.) (He makes up his mind…) (To visit her at the studio.) Hyo-ri! (What about the house…) I don’t wanna do anything without you… You guys are so annoying. Go! Don’t bother me at work… (Kicked out.) (Watch how a heartbroken man changes.) Aren’t you Gong Yoo? He’s the goblin now. You need to lose weight. Your cheeks are too big. (The master of fire.) (The Soon Goblin.) Subtitles by OnDemandKorea