Dad. – Dad. / – It doesn’t sound good. Don’t. Don’t do it, please. – What’s wrong? / – Don’t. What’s wrong, Haoh? No. No. – No. / – The Kangs are in crisis. What on earth happened to them? – Let’s see the birds. / – Two hours prior. – There are many cars. / – There are many cars today? There are many cars on Cheongdam Bridge. (The 27-month-old baby knows traffic information.) He didn’t just say “bridge”, – he said “Cheongdam Bridge”. / – My goodness. We’ll take a look at the rush hour traffic. (Today’s reporter is Kang Haoh.) There are many cars on Gangbyeon Expressway too. My goodness. He knows Gangbyeon Expressway. There are many cars, right? Gangbyeon Expressway and Cheongdam Bridge. Yes, that’s right. Fasten your seatbelt. – You must fasten your seatbelt. / – Drive safe. – Yes. Drive safe. / – That 27-month-old baby – knows traffic information. / – Have a good day. Bye. “This was Reporter Kang Haoh in Jayang-dong.” Haoh, I’ll make you risotto today. “Risotto”? I wonder what delicious food he will make today. I’ll make it quickly. First, boil the chicken. – He cooks nicely and simply. / – Spinach. I can tell that he is experienced. I’m living in a good world. Chef Gary. – Chef Gary. / – When chicken is cooked… – Is he making risotto with chicken? / – Done. – I noticed that he uses tools well. / – That’s right. Now add the chopped ingredients and rice, and mix it. Quick chicken cream risotto is ready. – Kids would love it. / – It smells so good. (What’s Haoh doing while Dad is cooking?) He’s playing with a cameraperson. Cameraman, what are you doing? Hi, Haoh. Did you sleep well? Yes. I’m coming in. – It’s small. / – Here. (Struggling) (By the way, mister…) – Are you tired? / – I’m tired. – Some cameramen look very tired. / – I’m tired. – Did you stay up all night? / – Yes. I’m not tired. I’m sorry. – Did he just tease him? / – Goodness. Goodness. Haoh, let’s eat. (Exclaiming) Chicken cream risotto. – Thank you for the food. / – Yes, eat a lot. That’s right. I have a lot too. It goes in your mouth. (Big bite) – He’s eating well. / – He’s eating well. He’s eating well. – What do you think? / – How is it? It’s yummy. – It’s yummy? / – He likes it. – Is my food yummy? / – Yes. Haoh, is Daddy’s food better or Mommy’s food better? It’s amazing how everyone asks that question. Your food. – My food is better? / – It looks really good. Honey, I’ll give you some kimchi. (I was thinking about my wife.) Men do that a lot. I’m having kimchi. It’s too spicy for me to eat. Right, it’s too spicy for you to eat. – Give me some. / – You finished your food. No, I’m going to eat more. – Don’t eat. / – Why not? Can I have some of your food? He wants it all to himself. Haoh wants it all to himself. (Daddy’s food is the best.) You’re eating well. He really is. (Haoh suddenly gets up.) – Where is he going while eating? / – Come sit here. Why is he looking outside? – Where are they all going? / – What? What did you say? Where are they all going? – That’s a humanistic question. / – My goodness. I know. I’ve never thought about it. – Where are they all going? / – Do you want to know – where they’re all going? / – Yes. Where are they all going? – They’re going to work. / – That’s a late-night vibe. They’re going to work. Where do you want to go? – I want to go to Nakwon Arcade. / – Nakwon Arcade. Nakwon… – Do you want to go there again? / – Yes. He went to Nakwon Arcade with his dad last week. – I guess he liked it. / – Haoh seems to remember what happened in the past very well. Dad, please give me snacks. Let me get prepared. It’s time for a snack after the meal. What’s he doing? – Parenting is all about the gear. / – What’s all this? That’s a gas stove. This is an induction stove. It’s hot. Don’t touch. Right. You’ll hurt yourself. – How does he know that? / – I’m going to make dalgona. – Dalgona? / – Yes. – Dalgona? / – Oh, dalgona. Yes, I’m going to make it that big. Sugar… How much sugar do I put in? (Are you sure you can do it?) Here we go. – He’s going to use that? / – I’m going to start. (He pours sugar in a large pot.) Don’t tell Mom that you had dalgona. Promise me. (It’s the Promise song.) I must keep a secret. I used to eat dalgona a lot when I was young. It’s coming back again on “Y” tube. How much was it in my time? – Was it one cent? / – One cent? (Are you talking about this period?) What’s that picture? It’s working. Haoh. Oh, wait. I need something to press it with. Haoh, come with me. Come here. Where’s he going? – What? / – I’ll use this. (Why does he need a frying pan?) – He already has a frying pan. / – Will he use both? You can sit down now. (Shouting) (Exclaiming) (Did he make big dalgona?) What is that? (What am I seeing?) (It looks shocking.) It’s too much, and the color… (Exclaiming) One, two, three. Hit it. That was the purpose of the frying pan? And? (Did it work?) – Oh, my gosh. / – My goodness. (It looks terrible.) – That won’t come off easily. / – Why… He’s in big trouble. He’ll get a slap on his back. What will he do? (All the directors burst into laughter.) My goodness. What now? I forgot. I had to put sugar here. Wait. What are you doing? – Haoh’s disappointed. / – Wait. What should I do? (Rushing) It’s ruined. I’m in trouble, Haoh. Mom will get mad at me. What do I do? It’s burning. – That’s not dalgona. That’s trouble. / – Right. (Wait.) Don’t you want it? (Sighing) (The 27-month-old sighs deeply.) You never see that from a 27-month-old. He sighed. He knows that something went wrong. Let’s take it off. I was going to do that. Come here. It’s dalgona pancake. (He reacts forcibly.) – Try it. / – Haoh is a good boy. (It doesn’t look good, but how does it taste?) How is it? Is it bad? (As soon as it goes in his mouth, he spits it out.) Is it bad? What’s wrong? – Is it… / – It can’t be bad. – It’s burned. / – He knows how burnt food tastes. It’s a new world. It’s burned. Dad, please make a new one. Okay. – Dad, can you do it? / – He’s trying again. – He’s putting in a lot of effort. / – I can do it now. – I don’t need to be worried? / – No, you don’t. I should put some sugar here. He’s putting sugar to prevent it from sticking. Dad, can you do it? Of course. I’m good at it. (I will succeed this time.) Do you trust me? – I do. / – You do? I forgot because – it’s been a while. / – He feels the need to explain. – Haoh, look. / – He got it. – The color looks okay. / – The sugar melted. Look. – Look. / – Add only a little. No! Baking soda! – Oh, wait. / – He scared me. – My goodness. / – Daddy is nervous. Dad. – Dad, don’t do it. / – Haoh is nervous too. – Don’t do it, please. / – What? – Don’t do it, please. / – Okay. – No. / – Just this one. – No. / – Oh, that’s it. (Please don’t pour it.) – Don’t do this. / – What is this? Don’t do this. It’s done. – What’s done? / – Don’t. – Don’t do it. / – Just a minute. – 2020 spectacular horror thriller. / – No. – It’s done. / – Haoh wants to save the frying pan. – And the dalgona villain, Gary. / – No. Coming soon, “I Saw the Dalgona Devil”. There he goes again. (Sighing) What now? – Why doesn’t it work? / – Haoh stopped him. Do you want to go outside and buy it? Yes. I don’t want it. – He doesn’t want it. / – No. I will make it for you. I’ll make it no matter what. Give me a second. Let me see what to do. How do I do it? Is he trying again? Ms. Park, help me. Hurry. (He’s in a rush.) Hurry. Help me. He’s in such a rush. He knows he should ask for help when he’s in trouble. (She’s Haoh’s favorite cameraperson.) – I like her. / – She’s Haoh’s cameraperson. She’s Haoh’s favorite cameraperson. Ms. Park, help me. Hurry. He trusts the cameraperson more than his dad. Am I that disappointing? Hurry. Help me. – She’s coming out. / – Help me. The cameraperson is out. I watched the video five times, but I still failed. – Ms. Park. / – Yes? Cheer up. – I wanted to spread it out / – This is a first. – and stamp it with this. / – Hello. Kids never say no to dalgona. I was shocked when he said it’s bad. – It must’ve been terrible. / – She’s doing it. – Watch. / – Now. Will she be able to do it? (Grinning) (Why is he smiling?) (It’s golden dalgona.) Right. That’s the color. Yes. That’s dalgona. (Ms. Park is the best.) – Ms. Park… / – We got it. We got it. You shouldn’t use the green one. – No wonder it didn’t work. / – Don’t use the green. The green pan. – I shouldn’t use the green pan? / – No. Wait. (Pressing hard) We need the shape. What do you want? The star? Can you do it for us, please? – Please. / – Haoh’s star. Please. Haoh’s star. (Haoh’s star, please.) It worked! Now we wait. – I can tell he’s happy. / – It’s sticking out. It’s near the edge, right? They’re making a star shape and a heart shape too. (Exclaiming) – I’m going to eat this. / – It’s a star and a heart. We have to wait. That’s how you make it. Thank you. (Haoh presses hard.) Take your hands off. It’s done. A golden dalgona is ready after ups and downs. – What are you doing? / – Try it yourself. (They’re cutting dalgona with a toothpick.) That’s right. This must be good. – This must be good. / – Right. This will be good. – It will melt. / – How is it? (Exclaiming) Is it good? Is it better than what I made? – Yes. / – Right. – This is how dalgona tastes. / – How sweet. Forget what I made earlier. Get it out of your head. I’ll make you a heart. The shape they made? We used to wet a clothing pin to do that. – Haoh, it’s a heart. / – Did he do it? Good job. Let me do it. This is my heart for you. – Thank you. / – Yes. – Try. / – Ms. Park, I love you. – Goodness. That’s right. / – Ms. Park, I love you. It’s all thanks to cameraperson Ms. Park. I love you. (Gary can’t believe it.) – Thank you. / – Look at Gary. Hey, that was my heart for you, and you gave it to Ms. Park? – How could you do that? / – That disappoints dads. – Does love matter more to you? / – How adorable. Have a bite. – Thank you. / – He’s giving it to everyone. – Here. / – Thank you. (He checks if they’re eating it.) It’s good. He’s happy. – This is dessert. / – Dad’s making up for his mistake. This is called dalgona babyccino. Dalgona babyccino. That’s right. Guess what this is. Look. Oh, my. What’s wrong with it? – I’m making foam. / – He’s making foam. Pour the foam here. Now, you put dalgona in here. I see. The dalgona is used as a topping. (Working hard) That must be delicious. It will melt in your mouth. It’s dalgona babyccino made with love. Here’s your dalgona babyccino. How is it? (Licking) It’s sweet. – Let me try it. / – He likes it. (Dad who worked hard also has a sip.) If I put coffee here, it’s macchiato. Did you like my dalgona? Yes. He’s cute. The Kangs went outside after having sweet dalgona. – Haoh dresses / – Where are we going, Haoh? with swag. – We’re going to play. / – Snow. – We’re going to see snow. / – What? – What? / – Snow. – Snow. / – Snow. They’re going to see snow? – Haoh is excited. / – We’re going to see snow. – We’re here. / – Right, you should see snow in winter. – Come here. Hold my hand. / – There’s snow here? – Hello. / – What? I thought they went to see snow. Isn’t that a clinic? Dad, what are you doing? Wait, Haoh. Let me fill this out. It’s a clinic. He’s noticing something feels off. No. My goodness. (Crying) – He knows that it’s a clinic. / – He does. No, I’m not doing it. No. (What should I do?) This is… Oh, my gosh. What is it? Candy? (All of a sudden…) – Say thank you. / – He’s calm for now. Thank you. Sometimes, he says he can’t see. That would make my wife and I so surprised. We were worried because he said he couldn’t see. He’s met doctors before, but he’s never met an eye doctor yet. I thought he should get checked up. – It’s an eye clinic. / – Eye clinic. That’s right. An eye clinic is fun. No, it’s a clinic. – Kang Haoh. / – Yes. You can come in. Haoh, it’s our turn. – Let’s go. Hello. / – Hello. It’s Gary. Yes. Take a seat. He wouldn’t sit alone. What’s the problem? Sometimes, he says he can’t see. – Did he say he couldn’t see? / – Yes. – I thought I should get it checked. / – Right. Kids are scared just going in there. No, I’m not doing it. I’m not doing it. I don’t want a shot. – There will be no shots. / – Okay, then. Haoh. Tell me everything you see. – Tell me everything you see. / – That’s a start. Tell me what you see. – He needs to relax. / – What do you see? – A cat. / – A cat. – A cat. / – Right, a cat. – A fish. / – A fish. – Follow this. / – The exam is going smoothly. Now that he’s relaxed, he’s doing well. Follow this. – What’s that? / – A ship. – That’s right. / – A ship. Tell me what you know. – “E”. / – What? (What?) – What’s “E”? My goodness. / – My goodness. – He knows the alphabet “E”? / – Tell me what you know. – Tell me what you know. / – “E”. – No way. / – ♪ 3 E, F, G ♪ – Kids sing the song. / – ♪ H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O ♪ I didn’t know he could read the alphabet. – “E”. / – What? You can read “E”? – What’s this one? / – “A”. – “A”? No way. / – What? – “A”. / – Yes! That’s right! Starting now, he’s not getting his eyesight tested. – “D”. / – Right. – “K”. / – Goodness, is he really 27 months old? (Will he get the last one too?) – “O”. / – My gosh. – It’s rare for kids to read the alphabet. / – Dad. Haoh, you’re so smart. You can read the alphabet. One of my elementary school friends was smart like you. – His name is Bong Joonho. / – My gosh. – Bong Joonho? / – He’s a filmmaker now. – “Parasite”? / – Director Bong. His movie was the first Korean movie to win four awards at the Oscars. – He’s so cool. / – Just a few days ago, I sent a message to Joonho. I think you have a bright future ahead. I’m going to be great, Doctor. Haoh, you had a plan all along. – How are his eyes? / – His eyes are fine. I checked his eye vision, and it came out normal. The cross-eye test also came out normal. – It’s ideal for Haoh / – What a relief. to get a test every six months. Haoh, your eyes are fine. Nothing to worry about. Give him a high-five. – Haoh will face / – High-five. – a brighter world. / – Thank you.