(Peaceful) Gunhoo’s father is fast asleep. (But where is Naeun?) But where is Naeun? She’s alone in the living room. (Naeun is the first to wake up.) (Phone ringing) I think she’s making a call. (Who is she calling?) – Son? / – Yes. Hello, Grandpa. Hi, Naeun. What are you doing? I’m playing. – Are you playing? / – Yes. – Don’t you miss me? / – Gunhoo is sleeping. – Is he sleeping? / – Yes, with Daddy. – With your dad? / – Yes. Have you eaten, Grandpa? Yes, I have with Grandma. What did you eat? I ate kimchi and meat. It was delicious. Is Milan doing okay? Yes, Milan is well. Milan misses you. Okay. I’ll stop by tomorrow. Okay. I miss you, Grandpa. Do you miss me? Yes. Come visit. I miss you too. I’ll be there soon. Come visit me, okay? All right. I will, Naeun. Okay. (As soon as she hangs up the phone…) – That probably melts her grandpa’s heart. / – It must. (She calls someone else.) – Hello? / – Who is it? Yes, son? Grandma. – Hello? / – It’s her grandmother. – Is this Naeun? / – Yes. What are you doing, Grandma? I’m working. Working? Aren’t you tired? I’m pretty tired. – Grandma. / – I’m tired. Encourage me with a song. (She gets started right away.) (The baby bear is very cute) (She expresses the song with her face.) (Ring, ring, get out of the way) (I’m your older sister) (Her grandmother chuckles.) (I’m your older sister) Can you hear me? (She learned the song at her daycare.) (With adorable moves) Naeun. Did you call Grandma on my mobile phone? Yes. – Hi, Mom. Naeun used my phone. / – She called me. She dialed quite a bit. Okay. Okay. Have a great day. (Jooho is calling someone this time.) – Darling. / – Hi, how are you? – I’m fine. / – You okay? Did you eat? – Yes, I’m eating now. / – Now? Earlier, Naeun called a bunch of people with my phone. – Who? / – She called my dad and my mom. Naeun, Mom wants to speak with you. (Did you eat the chocolate, Eden?) (Yes.) (What is she saying?) (They seem to be conversing,) (But I can’t get what they’re saying.) (He can’t join in on the conversation.) Since they’re conversing in German, – Jooho probably feels left out. / – Probably. (In the meantime, Gunhoo wakes up.) Gunhoo’s awake. Is he still sleepy? (He lifts his heavy body out.) He lifted himself out. (Shall I get some fresh air?) He opened the door on his own too. He’s all grown up. (I slept so soundly today too.) Gunhoo. – Who is that? / – Hug me. (What were you two doing?) I can’t understand when you and Mom speak in German. Shall I teach you? Yes, please teach me. I’ll be the teacher. – Okay. / – This is you, Dad. Is this me? What’s this? What’s this? It’s a duck. A dog. A cow. A tiger. (Studying them hard) What’s this? That’s a hippo. – A hippo. / – Okay. (Dad might talk in German soon.) Look at this. What’s this? I don’t know that one. Dad, look. Look at what it’s called. What’s that? It’s a tiger. A tiger. – A tiger. / – What did you say? Tiger. – Tiger? / – Yes. Say it one more time. – Tiger. / – Tiger. – Did I do well? Okay. / – You keep it. What’s this? I don’t know. (Scowling) Goodness. She’s strict now. Do you know what this is? I don’t know. Then you have to learn these two. I want to know what this is. What’s this called? What’s this one? (Naeun, the teacher, is kind.) Is that how you say pineapple? I’ll remember this. I’ll memorize it. Pineapple. (Repeat after me.) (Copying her like a parrot) I’ll give you chocolates since you did well. – But just one. / – Okay. I’ll study harder. Okay. Study hard from now on. I’ll study hard. Just have one. Okay. We’ll study more next time. Let’s study more next time. Naeun, you’ve been here before, right? – Yes. / – Right. Naeun, you’ve been here. Guess what people do here. – They play soccer. / – They play soccer. – Are you good at soccer? / – Yes. Which one of us is better? You or me? I’m good at soccer. – You’ve seen me play. / – Yes. You’ll also play tomorrow. – Can you do it? / – Yes. People don’t call me by my name now. They address me as Naeun’s dad. That’s how much people in Ulsan love her, so she’ll kick the first ball for the game. Shall we practice what you’ll do tomorrow? – Yes. / – We’ll go hand in hand. Gunhoo will give you the ball. Look. Gunhoo gave us the ball. (He gives them the ball unintentionally.) Put the ball in the middle. (Give me my ball back.) (Turning) (Gunhoo is puzzled.) Put the ball in the center. The tiger will tell you to kick the ball. That’s when you kick the ball hard. Got it? (Motivated) – Here, kick it. / – Let’s find out how good Naeun is at soccer. (She misses the ball.) – She kicked it too early. / – Kick it hard. (She puts it back and kicks again.) What? He’s going to do it. Gunhoo will do it. – He must want to do it. / – Okay. Will he be able to kick the ball? – Do you want to try it? / – I think he’ll be good. Just kick it once. Do you want to kick it? (Hugging) You play soccer with hands. (He’s clueless about soccer.) That’s a foul. It’s a handball. – Let me try it first. / – Do you want to kick first? Over there. Put it in the center. In the center. Put it in the center. Kick it hard on the count of three. – One, two, three. / – Kicking. (Toddling) Gunhoo keeps chasing after the ball. (He chases after the ball,) (but it goes back to Naeun.) Gunhoo, you didn’t get to kick the ball. Where are you going? The ball is right here. Gunhoo, it’s right here! – Gunhoo, it’s here! / – Don’t go outside. The ball is right here. (Give the ball to me too!) No, no. Let me give this to Gunhoo. Yes, give that to Gunhoo. Gunhoo, look. We’ll be here. Put it here. Hold my hand. Hurry. You go over there. (Where did my ball go?) Quickly. (I can play with the ball on my own.) That’s it. Let’s hurry. The tiger will say this. “Kick the ball.” (Naeun is good at dribbling.) She’s dribbling. Look at me, Naeun. Don’t dribble. Look at me. (He demonstrates.) Kick it like this, okay? – He is different indeed. / – Give it a kick. I’ll put it here. (Falling) Oh, no. (Falling again) – It’s hard. / – Right. (She keeps messing up.) Put it in the center. In the center. (He makes her try again.) Put it in the center He teaches her one by one without getting mad. (Sprawling) – She’s tired. / – She’s already tired. (Kicking is too hard.) Is that what you’ll do tomorrow? Yes, I’ll do this tomorrow. You can’t kick the ball. if you do that Then I’ll be embarrassed. I’ll comfort you. You’ll comfort me? (I’ll comfort you then.) What’s that? Seriously? (Giggling) I’ll be embarrassed, then. (I can’t let this be.) Keep practicing. I’m going to the restroom. (He leaves after telling her to practice.) (She continues dribbling with the ball.) Gunhoo. Gunhoo. (His shoe came off when he was playing.) No, Gunhoo. You should put this on. Gunhoo, put on your shoe. (She has to practice and look after her brother.) (This lovely girl is busy as usual.) Your foot is so big. It’s all done. (Pulling off) Why did you take it off? I put it on you. (Roaring) (What’s that sound?) A mysterious tiger shows up out of the blue. I think I saw that tiger at Mount Paektu. How will Naeun react? – She likes it. / – She likes it. (Roaring) (I love it!) I think Gunhoo is a bit nervous. It does seem he’s a bit scared. What’s your name? I’m Naeun. What’s your brother’s name? Gunhoo. Can you come here, Gunhoo? I think he might cry. (Naeun escorts him.) She takes care of him since she’s older. Are you taking care of Gunhoo? – Yes. / – Why? I’m his older sister. (Lifting) (Anyway, who is this tiger?) Did you practice a lot? Yes. If I’m a starting member for the game, I can’t help her do her kick. Since my team’s mascot is the tiger, I put on the tiger costume before the game so I can encourage her. Naeun, there will be a lot of people. Will you be okay? (She’s nervous.) No, I won’t be okay. You won’t be okay? (Worried) Let me show you. One, two, three. Just like this. And you have to stand here after you kick, okay? – You can do it. / – I can do it. (The tiger encourages her.) – Go for it. / – Go for it. One, two. Kick. The tiger gave Naeun a crash course. Can she kick it well this time? (Hesitating) (She kicks the ball.) Good job. This is why you must learn from a tiger teacher. Seriously. (Isn’t my sister great?) Naeun, I have a present for you. What is it? This medicine gives you the courage to do well. If you take this, you can kick the ball well tomorrow. Will you give it to my dad? (She thinks of her dad first.) Will your dad play soccer tomorrow too? Yes. – Will you give it to him? / – What about Gunhoo? Let’s give him one too. You should keep this with you. Take one each for you, your dad and Gunhoo. – Okay. / – You take everything. – You can do this. / – I can do this. (The tiger encourages Naeun to the end.) (Coming up soon) The next day, Naeun sets out for the kickoff. (Naeun enters while holding his hand.) (Good luck, Naeun.) Let’s go kick the ball with the tiger. I’ll be with you. (Naeun seems scared.) Will Naeun be able to kick the ball nicely? The clip will continue shortly.