Gunhoo “Camping is fun!” [The Return of Superman/2019.06.02]
(Gunhoo and Naeun head somewhere.) Naeun, hug the belt tight before you get off. (Don’t worry.) The safety cushion is a must these days. Where are we going? We are going camping today. (What is camping, Dad?) We will set up a tent and run around outside, and eat. That’s what camping is. – Wow, it sounds fun. / – Doesn’t it? I will do everything well this time. There are many things I can do well. (I find that really hard to believe.) – Really? / – Yes. He always says he can do things well. (They had to ask for help in the past.) (Dad can’t do anything well.) That was shocking. So I want to show Naeun that there is something I can do well other than soccer. That’s why we’re going camping. I don’t think you will do well. – You don’t think I will do well? / – No. I can do well. Just you wait. It’s not easy to go camping with children. If this is the first time, I’m 100-percent sure he won’t do a good job. (Jooho unloads the camping equipment.) Dad, what is this? We are camping today, right? I prepared these items for that purpose. Let’s take these and have fun. – Okay, okay. / – Let’s go. (Where is Gunhoo?) (I will go and look around the place first.) (Move, move, move.) – My goodness. / – Oh, no! (It’s nothing.) It’s nothing to Gunhoo. (I fell down to gain momentum.) (His energy explodes thanks to the fresh air.) (Uncle, you like it too, right?) Gunhoo is always so excited. When he is in nature, – he always gets so excited. / – I know. (I saw pine trees that one time!) He talks to the trees and soil. I know. (The pine needles act as a cushion.) (It won’t hurt even if I fall down.) (Why is a pebble here?) (You shouldn’t be here.) (Then it will hurt when I fall down.) (Uncle, please remove it.) (My goodness.) He saw something. (My goodness.) (The campground is by the sea.) This campground has the sea and pine trees. Jooho picked it out himself. The clean water and air make it ideal. – He chose the campground well. / – I agree. (Gunhoo comes back after the tour.) Gunhoo, will you help us? (Dad, did you see the sea?) (The view is amazing!) It’s the sea! (Naeun spots the sea belatedly.) (We will camp in front of the sea!) Naeun, do you know what this is? – Look. / – It’s a tent! Yes. Look closely. Look. I will unfold it. Ta-da! (Oh, my goodness!) (Hold on, what is this?) Dad, it looks strange. – It should unfold. / – They were expectant. (The three-year-old realtor is back.) (Let’s take a look.) (Sighing) (Where should I begin?) (Firstly, this side shouldn’t be open.) (This isn’t here as decoration.) (I can tell it’s the entrance.) (Before anyone sees this,) (flip it over.) (Pretend you didn’t see Dad’s mistake.) Is this how it should be? This is the entrance. (Let’s go inside.) (Did you put it back up?) (Excuse me.) (Let’s see.) I think this is how it should be. (What does Gunhoo think?) (Give it a round of applause!) (Congratulations on Dad’s change.) (This is quite nice.) I told you I will put up a tent. Lie down. Lie down. Gunhoo, your dad was right. (He gives a toothy smile in agreement.) It’s really nice to set up a tent outside. (Dad finally found something he can do.) It’s small because it’s not for people to sleep in. (Naeun notices something strange.) (Suspicious hands are grabbing the tent.) Dad, let go of it. No, I can’t let go of it. Should I? Let it go. It falls over. Dad, this isn’t a tent. Look at it. (Halting) (What on earth is going on?) Gunhoo, – His house flew away. / – Seriously. (I’m a bit worried about today.) What is this? That’s… – Shall we make it? / – Yes. Once it’s done, you will be amazed. Not anyone can set this up. – Don’t you need the uncles? / – Of course not. I came fully prepared. There you go. I was startled at first. – Me too. / – They won’t sleep there. (He reads the instructions.) He’s carefully reading the instructions. (He continues to read them.) My goodness. How long will he read the instructions? This is really hard. You know that, right? Yes. (My gosh, Dad.) (It looks like I will need to step in.) (Let’s see.) (These two need to be separated.) You don’t separate them. (What is this?) (I will try it one more time.) (Is this not the right way?) (I don’t understand this.) (Why won’t they come apart?) (They need to come apart.) (For goodness’ sake.) (This is bad!) (That’s right. There is Dad.) (Dad, look at this.) (What?) (Dad is busy working.) He’s absorbed. He’s too absorbed because – things aren’t working. / – Daddy. (I told you these won’t come apart.) (He shoves it in Jooho’s face.) (Leaving) (He shoots lasers out of his eyes,) (but his dad is absorbed.) (This won’t do.) (I must fix this matter by myself.) (I will pull them apart today.) (A child must do what he sets his mind to.) (Flexing) (Disappointed) (This is a tough opponent.) (Shouting) (I’m up for this challenge.) (I’m giving up.) (No, I’m not!) (I was faking it!) (I still can’t do it.) (Hold on.) (I think I figured this out.) (When all else fails, try hitting it.) Is he hitting it? (When I hit hard enough,) (the two parts will separate.) (It worked, right?) (Taping down) (This is a faulty product!) (He throws it to the ground.) (I used my strength for nothing.) (Meanwhile, Jooho) (is struggling with the faulty product.) Dad, when will you be done? With this? It won’t take long. Looking at Naeun’s expression, 40 to 50 minutes must’ve passed. That’s not true. (Gunhoo is still struggling.) Help Dad. Hurry up. Hurry up. Help Dad, okay? I will help you. (Is this the ring’s blessing?) A cameraman stepped in. (I don’t really need help.) Oh, it goes in there. (He looks around at the speed of light.) (He is getting help while the kids are gone.) I get it now. (Naeun was playing elsewhere.) Uncle, thank you. (Did she know?) What? (Naeun goes somewhere when Dad isn’t looking.) Uncle. I don’t think Dad can do it. Please help Dad. (Jooho was busy setting up the tent.) Don’t say anything. (Don’t tell Dad.) – Naeun. / – What a good daughter. She is so nice. How did she think of that? She didn’t want her dad to get embarrassed. (I’ll take a look.) (Falling down) (He falls down two times.) – Oh, my. / – Wait a bit longer. It’s almost done. (He acts naturally) (and takes a break.) Whatever the situation Gunhoo finds himself in, he gives it his all. (Perhaps I have grown up.) – What? / – What is that? – Gosh, it’s a broom. / – What are you doing? I’m sweeping. (I was getting into the mood.) (Is Dad doing a good job?) (Jooho is picking up speed.) He finally figured it out. (The tent takes shape little by little.) (What is this?) (Wow!) (This tent won’t fly away.) – It’s done. / – My goodness. That looks fun. That must be why it took a while to set up. (Everyone, give him a round of applause.) This is… It must be fun. (Gunhoo goes inside as well.) It’s worth the long wait. (He breathes hard in happiness.) The weather is nice. (They are in a good mood thanks to Jooho.) (Laughing) (Dad, you did a good job.) They must be happy. (Peek-a-boo!) (Gosh, who is this?) (Go back down.) – He is hitting Jooho. / – It’s Whack-A-Mole. (He plays Whack-A-Mole with Jooho.) (Go back down.) (Jooho doesn’t give up.) (Gunhoo, give me a kiss.) If Jooho continues on, Gunhoo will get angry. “Stop it.” All right. (How many points do you give the tent?) (Well…) (Dad, this is difficult.) Dad? (In any case, we have a new place.) (We need to guard the vicinities.) (The lights are fine.) He checks the light. He’s checking the fire extinguisher. (The guard thoroughly checks his house.) That’s right. (He sweeps the yard.) (Sweeping) He’s doing it with one hand. He’s doing a good job with one hand. He’s sweeping the yard cleanly. (I will sweep everything.) (I will sweep the air as well.) (The most important area) (is near the tent.) (I’m done!) (After he checks for dust, he’ll be done!) (My goodness.) What are those? Are those bubbles? (What are these?) Where are they coming from? (Is it because I swept the air?) (It’s good to see you, bubbles.) (He’s satisfied.) (Where are the bubbles from?) (What’s this? Let’s see. Let’s see.) It’s Jooho’s doing. Gunhoo, look at this. (It’s a bubble glove.) (My goodness.) (What a fascinating item!) (I will give you a demonstration.) Naeun does it powerfully. (Naeun is good.) (I want to try too.) Flap it around. (Shouting) (He uses his voice instead of techniques.) (I will do it quietly this time.) Children love bubbles. (Mine’s also a bubble tornado.) (What is this? It’s so pretty.) He hears music. (Hold on. This song is…) “What is it?” He is beginning to move to the rhythm. (Dancing) He is revving up. (He gets ready.) (Clapping) (He doesn’t clap because of the glove.) He can’t actually do it because of the glove. (I break down the beats when I’m happy.) Gunhoo, Naeun. Naeun, look at this. They will fly a kite. He prepared a lot for this day. Look at this. (I want to try it.) (It plummets as soon as he holds it.) Don’t do that. (He tries again with his dad’s help.) (He fails again.) (Why can’t I do it?) Dad! Naeun, you’re doing great. Naeun’s kite is up high. Look at Naeun’s. Isn’t she good at it? Naeun, keep playing and showing it to Gunhoo. That’s it. Okay, okay. Watch me do it. (This is how you do it.) Flying a kite is too hard for Gunhoo. That’s right. It’s too hard for Gunhoo. (Should I hold it higher?) He doesn’t know how to do it. He thinks it will fly if he swings his arms. “This is frustrating.” (It will be a while before he can fly a kite.) (Naeun, I don’t think I can do this.) (Sad and lonely) (In the world, there are too many faulty products.) (However…) – Look at that! / – Gunhoo! Turn around. He felt it. (Something feels strange.) (It pretends to be dead.) It suddenly died. (How weird! Something felt strange.) That’s right. This is how kites work. It’s in the air. Gunhoo. (I’m flying again.) He hasn’t realized it! Gunhoo, turn around. Gosh, this is like – a drama ending, / – How cute! where the main roles miss each other. (Turn around just once.) If he stops, the kite will fall. (The kite falls when he is preoccupied.) (Do you want to play with me?) This is funny. (I see that you are still there.) When Gunhoo looks at it, – it’s by his side on the ground. / – That’s right.