Meanwhile, Donggook’s kids are in kindergarten. – Who do you have? / – Friends. That’s right, your friends. Who do you like from our class, Sunwoo? I like four people. You like four people? Who are they? Seola, Sua, Jiyul and Haeyul. You like Seola, Sua, Jiyul and Haeyul? Sua, who do you like the most? – Lim Minha. / – Do you like Minha the most? (Donggook is monitoring their class.) How does it feel? – Good. / – Good? His smile looks just like Jo Seungwoo. Is that Minha? He’s handsome. Is she going for looks? I can’t believe they’re going for looks. They like good-looking kids. Seola, who do you like the most? You can’t like the same boy. – Minha. / – Do you like Minha the most? – Minha. / – What? This is not good. Two girls like you, Minha. Who do you like the most, Minha? (Who will Minha pick?) Seola. (Happy versus sad) I see. Do you like Seola the most? Don’t. – Lim Minha. / – Lim Minha? I’m going to hand you a picture each. Then can you come up and introduce them? Can you tell us what this friend is like? – It’s Minha. / – Can you do it? – Okay. / – I have Minha. Okay, who wants to go first? Seola, come on up. Seola, who do you have? – Lim Minha. / – Do you have Minha? What kind of friend is Minha? (She twirls her fingers.) Is he someone you like? – How much do you like him? / – A lot. – This much? / – Yes. I see. Then what do you want to do for Minha? – Chocolate. / – Chocolate? Minha. Seola says she wants to give you chocolates. – I like it. / – Do you? I see. I want to buy her cookies. I see. – I like it. / – Good. Okay, you can go back. Good job. (It’s a romantic day for us.) Okay. Minha, can you come up and do it? I like Minha. (She suddenly confesses her feelings.) Do you like him? – Guys, who does Minha have? / – Seola. He has Seola. That’s right, it’s Seola’s picture. What kind of friend is Seola? Tell us. – A girlfriend. / – A girlfriend. What else? She eats well. She eats well? – I do, too. / – I see. She listens well in class. I see. Does this mean we all like each other? – Yes. / – Then let’s look at each other and say, “I love you”. – I love you. / – I love you. Louder. Ready, go. – I love you. / – I love you. (He can’t laugh or cry.) Poor Sua. Why does my heart ache when I see her? Seola is heading somewhere during break time. (Peeking) What is she looking at? Sian is in here. Is Sian doing well without his sisters? (Sian is studying hard.) (My brother is doing well.) (Seola is relieved and returns to her class.) Where do I resemble my dad? – Eye. / – Eyes? – Mouth. / – Mouth, too? My hair looks like his. Does your hair look like his? Sian, you must look just like your dad. I brought someone today. – Dad. / – Dad? – Come out! / – Come out! – Ta-da. Who do we have here? / – Dad. There. (There.) Sian… It’s Sian’s dad. Really? Today, we’ll be introducing our dads to our friends. – Dad. / – Good job. This is Dad. Is that your dad? Who wants to go next? Who will introduce their dad? – Sian’s dad. / – My dad. Okay, Sian. Come up. (Sian rushes over.) – Sian’s dad. / – Sian, where is your dad? That’s right. Show it to your friends. Who is that? Sian’s dad. This is Sian’s dad. What kind of work does your dad do? – Sport. / – What kind of sport? Soccer. (He’s a striker.) My dad. (Proud) (Sian’s class is preparing for gym class.) Sian. Sian, will you come get your gym clothes? Okay. Here. Gosh, it’s so cool. Gosh. My goodness. (They’re changing into their gym clothes.) (His ribs are showing.) (He’s showing off his charms by undressing himself.) (He’s cool.) I changed. (I’m all dressed.) Good job. Gosh, this is Sian’s. I mean, it’s mine. What’s this? – It’s Sian’s. It’s mine. / – Give it to me. Okay. It’s Sian’s. (Laughing) He always calls himself by his nickname. The kindergarten calls him by his real name. That’s why he keeps saying Sian. Meanwhile, the older kids are changing, too. Sua is helping Minha. (Seola just finished changing.) (She saw it too late.) (I’m too late.) (Undressing) (Minha changes without using his hands.) (Sua helped him alone at first.) It looks like all the girls are gathered around Minha. (Four girls appeared to help handsome Minha.) (They even put on his pants.) They even put on his pants. Minha is very popular. (Did you save the world in your past life?) Minha is a lucky man. All of his classmates like him. They took care of him like they take care of Sian. They even put on his pants. Two classes merge for a physical education class. Sian. (Sian will have a class with his sisters.) Sian. Let’s go. (Kiss) (Sian goes to his sister this time.) I like you, Sua. (They are happy to meet at the kindergarten.) Raise your hand if you are four years old. I am four years old. Raise your hand if you are five years old. The older students can participate with a louder voice, right? – Yes! / – Yes! Yes. (What will be their first exercise?) (Screaming) (It’s a forest of spiders.) (Sua and Minha will have a match.) (Glaring) Are you ready? Victory to Minha! Victory to Minha! They continue to have tension. Is Seola cheering for Minha? What a traitor. I’m afraid they’ll fight for a man in the future. It will be a disaster. (Sua versus Minha) (Go!) (Even if it’s against the boy she likes,) (the competition is fierce.) (Sua wins.) (Falling) (Minha bumped into her by mistake.) (It’s okay since you did it.) (How dare she win against Minha?) It’s the highlight of today’s matches. (Minha is watching.) (They match starts of intense.) The twins are fated rivals. Who will win? Go! Let’s go. (It’s a neck-and-neck match.) (Sua faltered.) (Seola won.) (Minha, I won.) (Both of you did a good job.) Seola, who do you want to do this exercise with? Minha. Minha? In that case, Minha can go in there and Seola can go in here. Get ready. Start. (They spin and spin) (towards each other.) (Let’s go together.) Sua was watching quietly from the back. Sua’s angry eating show begins now. (She will eat first because she is hungry.) Sua is making delicious wraps. She is adding rice and meat to seaweed. (It’s good.) (Sua is the happiest with food in her hands.) (Sua is eating very well.) (She makes each wrap with care.) (This is how you eat rice.) (She is the queen of eating show.) (The professional eater, Sua) (Everyone needs dessert after a meal.) In Round Two, Sua removes the seeds first. (She eats in an elegant way.) (This is happiness.) (She clears two pieces of watermelon in an instant.) – Teacher. / – Yes? Please give me more watermelon. Would you like more watermelon? Okay. Enjoy. Thank you. Sua, you are eating very well. It’s delicious. Who wants more watermelon? I need to pee. I need to pee. (She digests her food quickly.) (She comes back after using the bathroom.) Please give me more watermelon. Would you like more watermelon? (Watermelon rinds pile up on her tray.) Why did Sua get so much watermelon? Sua is incredible. – Thank you for the meal. / – Thank you for the meal. Thank you for the meal. Thank you for the meal! Enjoy your meal. (Sian eats doenjang soup first.) (Slurping) (He slurps the soup.) (He cleared his tray.) Please organize your tray and eating utensils. He eats well and cleans up after himself. Good job. (A compliment makes Sian work harder.) I am first. I am first. (Even when he takes out his backpack,) (he uses superhuman strength.) I will put this inside first. Sian grew up a lot. (He is determined for no reason.) (He zips up the backpack by himself.) Success! – Success. / – Sian is done. (I am Lee Sian.) Power! Brush your teeth here, Sian. (He brushes his upper and lower teeth cleanly.) (Brushing) Let’s brush our teeth together. (The beagle sisters brush their teeth as well.) Brush them nicely. (Here I come.) (She brushes her teeth angrily.) (I will become clean.) (Sian washes his face as well.) (He gathers water in his small hands.) (Rubbing) (Lotion completes his looks.) (He checks his beauty.) (He puts it on his cheek.) (Why am I so cool?) He’s mastered the manly way of applying lotion. Sian is very cool. (He is satisfied with his looks.) Seeing Sian do well on his own makes me proud that he is growing up nicely. With Seola and Sua, I see an irony of fate. It looks like they are fighting over one boy. I want to invite Minha to the house and see what happens. (Sighing) Why do I feel sad?