(An open kitchen
over the green grass) (It’s an open kitchen where
they will cook for the little kids.) (Amazed) The kitchen is very nice. (Is this the kitchen I’ll be using?) Bread crumbs, starch, wheat flour… We have all kinds of ingredient. It will be just an excuse
if we say we can’t cook. This is unbelievable. This place is so… It makes me want to cook. What? What? – What?
– Gosh, Seo Jin… I can’t believe this. He didn’t seem to care,
but he even got a cooking license. (Seo Jin got a cooking license
for kids.) – I like his picture.
– My gosh. He kind of looks like Ok Taec Yeon. (Shy) He even learned to cook. One way
in encouraging kids to eat… is to present food
in a visually-friendly way. Everything should be cut small
for kids, right? That’s right. (Uncle Seo Jin learned
how to cook for children.) That’s good. It’s not easy. You did a good job. (Now they head to the workshop
behind the house.) So this is… Awesome. This is so nice. (It’s a spacious work space
in the backyard.) This workshop is amazing. – It’s a nice workshop.
– I know. I want to make potteries here. Who’s going to use this place? – Him.
– I learned a bit of woodworking. – Are you serious?
– Yes. He’ll handle all of the woodworking. What’s the biggest feature
of kids furniture? (Lee Seung Gi,) (he’s going to attempt
in making kids furniture.) The kids can mount on it. (Seung Gi wants to surprise the kids
with his handmade furniture.) (He steadily practiced for a month.) (What will be
the first kids’ furniture…) (made by Seung Gi
at the workshop today?) (The forest playground
was caught on Mr. Lee’s radar.) (When you go into
the deepest part of Jjigbaggol,) (you will find a mysterious
pine forest playground.) Turn, turn. That’s good. Make it a straight line.
That’s right. That’s right. Good. (It’s a bridge in the sky
made only with ropes.) Okay, it’s done. (Will the little kids like it?) (Staring hard) The yellow string is long, right? (Will be all right?) (He tries shaking it.) – Did you tighten this?
– Yes. Compared to yesterday,
it has stretched out. That’s because it’s in the middle. I think so. I need to make
the middle part shorter. I think it’s okay now. (Following Mr. Lee’s advice,
he shortens the rope in the middle.) (Thinking hard) Do you think
the kids will like this? – This?
– I’m not so sure. When they come here,
this is the only thing they can do. There’s nothing else
they can play with. – Keep them up here.
– The other place had more things. – Right.
– But this is it for here. Then we should do this. I should put some logs around here
to make it a gathering place. – So they can sit there?
– Yes. Can you help me? 1, 2, 3. It’s heavy. Wait. What’s wrong? 1, 2, 3. – Okay.
– Why is it so heavy? – Go back.
– A bit more. This is so heavy. 1, 2, 3. Okay. Over here. Let’s put it here. 1, 2, 3. (They carry heavy loads
for the children.) – What is this?
– They can sit here. – What?
– They can sit and play like this. They can watch the other kids play. (Uncle Seung Gi is very positive.) Shouldn’t we have some more things
they can play with? We can think about
putting up a swing later. We need to put something more
if we’re to make a playground. We have to keep adding things
if it’s not enough. Hey, show him the dinosaur. – He really likes dinosaurs.
– He does? – He likes dinosaurs.
– Show him. He might get scared. – Show him.
– Yi Hyeon, do you like dinosaurs? – She will show you a dinosaur.
– Dinosaurs? (They can’t wait to see Na Rae.) Yi Hyeon, Aunt went to transform
into a dinosaur. (A dinosaur lover is watching
with a serious face.) (Shrieking) (A loud roar is coming
from a habitat.) (Yi Hyeon’s eyes are quivering.) – Did you hear the dinosaur?
– Did you hear the dinosaur? Where did it come from? What kind of dinosaur is that? – It’s the dinosaur.
– It’s the dinosaur! He’s smiling. (Na Rae comes rushing.) – It’s the dinosaur.
– Bang! – It’s a T-rex.
– Bang. – He likes it.
– He likes it. – He really liked it.
– He liked it. He liked it, Na Rae. What kind of dinosaur is that? (Since Yi Hyeon likes it,
Na Rae does the dinosaur again.) Clap your hands. – He likes it.
– He likes it. – He really likes it.
– He likes it. – Yi Hyeon, show her your dinosaur.
– She’s the Dinosaur Aunt. (Is it my turn?) Go. Good job. Yi Hyeon, that’s great. (He’s imitating every detail,
even a tremble.) He’s so cute. (Even his facial expression
is perfect.) (Trembling) Look at the detail. His trembling. (Thump) (It was a detailed expression
by a dinosaur lover.) – Oh, my. He’s so cute.
– He’s adorable. – Good job.
– He’s so cute. Na Rae will probably have to do
the dinosaur over and over again. I can do it all day. – Shall we go over there?
– Yes. – Oh, my.
– Goodness. – Yi Hyeon, say goodbye to Mommy.
– Yi Hyeon. – Have fun. Mom will be back later.
– Mommy, goodbye. – Mommy will come back soon, bye.
– Goodbye. – Have fun.
– Say goodbye to Mommy. – Yi Hyeon, goodbye.
– Yi Hyeon, say goodbye to Mom. Don’t worry about him. Oh, my. He’s so cute. – Please look after him.
– Okay. Goodbye. – Call me if something happens.
– All right.