Hao is ladder truck bias [The Return of Superman/2020.02.08]

Hao is ladder truck bias [The Return of Superman/2020.02.08]


It’s their first time going outside together today. Where are we going now? We need to go and buy meat. – Buy meat? / – Are we going to buy meat? (Smiling) – He’s so cute. / – Do you want to eat some meat? Cover your eyes for a minute. Open your eyes on the count of three. Okay? In three, two, one. (Open your eyes.) It’s a moving truck! – It’s a moving truck. / – What did he say? (It’s a moving truck!) It’s a moving truck. It’s a moving truck. It’s a moving truck! A moving truck. – A moving truck? / – It’s so big. I heard Hao loves moving trucks. Where shall we go today? I’m going to see a moving truck. Where do you want to go today? Where a moving truck is. It’s a special occasion for Hao to see the big ladder truck. He loves it so much, so I visited the real estate agencies in the neighborhood. – He went around for Hao. / – Hello. Is there a house that’s moving using a ladder truck around here? Not here. – No? Okay. / – Is it easy to find a house that’s moving around his neighborhood? There’s a garbage truck. My son loves garbage trucks too. – Does he like garbage trucks too? / – Ma’am. Sorry to bother you, but I wonder if there’s a house – that’s moving with a ladder truck. / – Tomorrow? A family happens to move tomorrow. – Really? / – Yes. – There is one. / – I remembered. Really? Thank you so much. Happy New Year. Thank you. Do you know who I am by the way? (Do you know who I am by the way?) I’ve seen you a lot somewhere. I’ve been on a hiatus. My name is Gary. (He introduces himself.) Gary? Right. I know Gary. You suddenly started talking in your dialect. (She’s so happy to see him, she slipped the dialect.) – You got married. / – Yes. It’s been three years. Gary and who was that girl? Wait a minute. – You ran together. / – Oh, Song Jihyo. Yes. (He hires a moving truck in person.) It’s huge! – Should I go closer? / – Slowly. It’s over there. Goodness. (Hao sees his favorite truck in person.) He’s seeing it up close. (Focused) – It’s so cool. / – He says it’s cool. – It’s cool. / – His eyes are gleaming. – It’s coming up. / – They got the front row. It’s going up. Grandma had a moving truck too, right? – Did you see it at your grandma’s? / – Yes. Did a lot of trucks come? – No, only one came. / – It’s going up. Look. – It looks pretty cool in this clip. / – Right. It’s going up. – Clap! / – Clap! – This is great! / – This is great. (He’s crazy about it.) He must be so proud to see his son enjoying it so much. To which floor will it go up? Seventh floor. – Seventh floor? / – Yes! It should go up higher. – It’s going higher. / – It’s going higher, right? It’s so huge! (I’ll go up to the seventh floor) (like the moving truck!) It’s flying! – It went up high. / – It’s up now. Hello, sir. – Hello. / – The truck is so cool. – Really? / – Amazing. Sir, can you lift that? – It’s going up. / – It’s going up. (Hao sounds hip.) – Bye. / – Is that the best? Sir, can you bring it down? – Is he the supervisor? / – Yes, please. I’ll bring it down after unloading the boxes. – Thank you. / – Sure. (You’re having fun too, right?) He’s adorable. He’s so excited. He’s so excited to see the truck. I’ll play here with my gloves on. (I’ll play here with my gloves on.) Yes, put them on. It’s cold. Put your thumb and index finger in. – Put your fingers in. / – Put my ring finger in too. – What? / – Put my ring finger in too. He knows what a ring finger is? Put my fingers in. – He’s 26 months old, right? / – They are going in. The moving truck is so big! The moving truck is so big. Only the guy there can go up. – Right. / – My goodness. – Hao, do you like it? / – Where did the writer go? (Where did the writer go?) – Why is he looking for the writer? / – Ms. Writer. – Gosh. He’s kneeling down even. / – Ms. Writer. – Ms. Writer. / – Why does he need to talk to her? Where is the writer? (Not the writer) (Since she’s not here, just listen to my singing.) (Please write a postcard) – Look at this. / – You’re excited. – His pronunciation’s spot-on. / – Rock-paper-scissors. – And he knows the correct lyrics. / – I won! (Until when will they watch the lift?) – It’s coming down. / – It’s coming down. By the way, moving takes a long time. They might even join the family for jjajangmyeon afterward. Hao, let’s go. Do you want to watch more? (What are you talking about?) This is huge! – Watch it from here. / – No, right here. You can’t be close to the truck. Don’t be close to the truck. – We were watching it from there. / – Let’s do that. I also didn’t get close. I watched it from here, right? People might think they are the ones moving in. (The Kangs watch it to the end.) – It’s done. / – It’s coming down. This is the last one. Is this the last one? – By the way, he didn’t ask / – Okay. – to leave. He waited until the end. / – Clap. Gary is cool. – It’s leaving now. / – It’s leaving. (He’s said, but…) – Bye. / – Bye. (The owner of the truck seems exhausted.) Did you have your meal? No, I’m hungry. (He didn’t have any food.) – Bread. / – You want to buy bread? (They set out to buy bread for the guy.) – Wait up. / – He’ll take care of the owner too? Let’s go and buy bread. ♪ Santa Claus ♪ (Santa is coming to town) Are you Santa Claus today? I’m Santa Claus today. Santa Claus. – Let’s buy some bread for him. / – I’m Santa. – Sir, Happy New Year. / – Yes? Thank you. (The master of greetings) He changes his greetings depending on – the time and place. / – Two orders of dumplings and two orders of steamed buns. That’s ten dollars, right? – How much is it? / – Ten dollars. (He can pay all on his own.) – He can pay all on his own. / – Ten dollars? – My gosh. Thank you. / – Right here. – Thank you for the food. / – We have a cute customer. Give us some “korn”, please. – What? / – He said, “korn.” “Korn”? – He’s so cute. / – I love you, “korn.” – I love you. / – You love corn? (Suddenly confessing his love) – I love you. / – You love corn? Since you love corn, I’ll give you a lot. Okay. – Okay? / – I love “korn.” – You love corn? / – Yes. Thank you. Hao, let’s go. – Bye. / – I’ll carry it. – Let’s carry it together. / – It’s okay. Hold onto it tight. – Hold onto it. / – He’s so cute. Sir, thank you! – Thank you. / – Thank you. – Thank you, sir. / – Thank you. It’s so heavy. (It’s so heavy.) Sir! Have some dumplings. Sit down and eat. Sir, have your meal. You should eat everything. – Thank you. / – That’s so sweet. – I’ll enjoy the food. / – Eat a lot. – Okay. / – Bye. – He’s polite too. / – Bye. – Thank you, sir. / – Thank you, Mom. I’m sorry to distract you. I know you’re busy. Thank you. Did you have fun watching the moving truck with me? – It was great. / – It was great. You’re happy to see the moving truck. After watching the moving truck… We’ve never been here, right? They went out for their lunch. / – All right. (Where did the hungry father and son go to?) – Come inside. / – Aren’t you Gary? – Hello. / – I can’t believe this. – Hello. / – Hello. – Hello. I’m a fan. / – Hi. Nice to meet you. Dad, are you wearing – “C” brand? / – Are you here for a meal? – Are you here for a meal? / – Dad, are you wearing “C” brand? (Gary is still famous.) That gave him an ego boost. – That happened in front of his son. / – Thank you. – Thank you. / – Thank you. Thank you. – What would you like to have? / – Xiao long bao. – Give me some food. / – You like this. – Sweet and sour pork. / – Yes. Juicy dumpling? (Hao is looking at something else.) Producer Ha. The writer should sit down. The cameramen should sit too. – He’s considerate / – The cameramen – of others. / – should sit too. Thank you. (Thank you, Hao.) – The cameramen are touched. / – They are sitting down. They are sitting down. – Should we clink our chopsticks? / – Should we? – Cheers. / – Cheers. Should we clink our spoons? – They are like friends. / – Cheers. How do you say hello in Vietnamese? How do you say hello in Vietnamese? – It’s “xin chao.” / – It’s “xin chao.” – Xin chao. / – Xin chao. – How did we say hi in Hawaii? / – What? How did we say hi in Hawaii? – Aloha. / – Was that “aloha”? – What was that? / – Aloha. – Aloha. / – Aloha. (Chinese) (Vietnamese) (Hawaiian greeting) – He can speak four languages. / – Aloha. (Hao is good at languages.) Hao, I’m going to use the restroom. Stay here for a bit. I’ll be back soon. Hao, which water should you drink? Can he wait patiently for his dad? (Hao is brave.) – Where’s Dad? / – Did he go somewhere? My goodness. His dad went to the restroom. – Right here. / – Okay. – Whose plate is this? / – That’s the sauce. Whose plate? – Dad’s. / – Your dad’s. – It’s Dad’s. / – Where should I put jjajangmyeon? – Right here. / – Here? (She’s intrigued.) This is guo bao rou. Where should I put this? Right here. (Put guo bao rou right here.) – What’s going on? / – My gosh. (Big chunks) – Please cut it with scissors. / – Okay. – Please cut it. / – He’s like a college student. – I think Hao can / – I’m back. – live on his own now. / – The food’s already here. Should I cut this for you? (Thanks to Hao, the dishes are nicely placed.) That looks good. (Hao tastes guo bao rou first.) (Right. I forgot about the sauce.) (Tasting) He tasted the sauce first. – Hao. / – He’s dipping – guo bao rou in the sauce. / – Hao. When I was in… (Frowning) – What? Is it spicy? / – When I was in the restroom… (What’s wrong with Hao?) Did you ask her to put the food on the table? (Coughing) The sauce for guo bao rou has vinegar in it. – I see. / – It’s slightly sour. – It’s sour. / – Yes. I get why you coughed. (The sour sauce makes the father and the son cough.) He’s cute. But it’s still good, isn’t it? – It’s crispy. / – You bet. – It’s sweet and nice. / – Right. You’re eating a lot. You’re eating with your hands. It’s sweet and sour. (It’s an advanced expression.) – My gosh. / – Is it good? It’s good. – That was an accurate expression. / – Is it good? Exactly. Jjajangmyeon. Let me try too. – Is it white? / – Yes, it’s white. – He could see the difference / – Jjajangmyeon. – and asked a question. / – Let’s try the dumplings. The restaurant’s most famous dish is dumplings. (Dipping in soy sauce) – What is it? I want it too. / – My goodness. – It exploded. / – It said it was a juicy dumpling. Hao, did you see the juice coming out? (Is it good?) He’s cute. – Give me some too. / – This is so good. Of course, it’s good. – Try this. / – I want the rice cake. Did you see the juice coming out? The juice is dripping. (Taking a big bite) Bite it off. Do it. (Biting off) There you go. It’s good. (It’s good.) This is really good, right? (Staring) What is he looking at all of a sudden? (He looks at the crew member in charge of filming Hao.) Kang Hao. How does sweet and sour pork taste? Father, go to the restroom. – That came out of nowhere. / – Dad, go to the restroom. – Why? / – He went to the restroom earlier. I went to the restroom earlier. Go to the restroom. My goodness. Your eyes are on the camera operator. (You figured me out.) With his eyes on the operator, he asked his dad to go. Dad. (In that case…) No way. No way. Camera operator, you should eat. (Camera operator, you should eat.) He is unbelievable. Try it. – Thank you. / – He bit into it to make a hole – for the broth. / – Don’t you want to sit with me? What is going on? I am embarrassed. – What? / – I am embarrassed. What are you doing? You are very embarrassed. (Embarrassed,) My goodness. (he touches her foot with his.) He touched her foot with his. My goodness. I like her. (I like her.) – Is that so? / – Yes. How cute! He is acting cute. (I like you.) I heard that Gary specifically asked for this background music. Did he request this background music? Gosh. What do I do? My goodness. They are having a date. Hao, this love can’t happen. (Really?) Okay? Bye, bye. – Bye, bye. / – He is cool. (Bye, bye.) – “Bye, bye.” / – He is full of swag. He takes after his dad. He suddenly said, “Bye, bye.” “Bye, bye.” Is it fun to come out and play with me? – Yes. / – Really? Is it okay – if Mom doesn’t come today? / – Yes! – He is energetic. / – Really? That evening, Hao gets ready for bed without Mom. – Hao. / – It’s Mom. Mom, hurry up and come home. (Mom, hurry up and come home.) Hao, you said earlier that it’s okay if she doesn’t come today. Don’t cry. (He had fun with Dad despite Mom’s absence.) He stayed strong and had a lot of fun – throughout the day. / – You are eating with gusto. (His day was full of love.) – Really? / – He had so much fun. She will bring a present. My goodness. (Upon hearing his mom’s voice over the phone) She will come home soon. (Upon hearing his mom’s voice over the phone) She will come home soon. – Before his mom, / – Don’t cry. he is a 26-month-old baby. Tell her that you miss her. (Hao becomes a 26-month-old baby.) Soojin. Mom, I miss you. Hao. Hao. (Mom, I miss you.) My goodness. (I miss you) – My goodness. / – ♪ I miss you ♪ (Hao expressed his sadness through a song.) Is he singing a song that suits the current situation? Do you miss Mom that much? Mom will bring a present tomorrow. I am okay. That’s right. You can just play with me. She will come tomorrow. You need to be brave. You were brave earlier, right? He’s taking photos. That’s right. He will take more photos when you wake up tomorrow. Take a photo of me. One, two, three. Make yourself cute. He is so cute. Make yourself cuter. One, two, three. (Hiccuping) One, two, three. Look here. That’s a slate. One, two, three. The night deepens, and Hao fell asleep. (He concluded the day with a tearful selfie.) Hello. Honey. Hao is in bed now. Thank you for your hard work. How was your day? Now that I am doing what we used to do together, it’s no joke. I think I would need four eyes and four arms. – It’s no joke. / – It’s something you never get used to. That’s right. I need you. I will call you right away when I wake up tomorrow, so don’t worry. Okay. Get some rest. – Gary and Hao’s hip stories. / – Okay. – Good night. / – More are coming next week.