I am Hyosin’s father (85/3) [Once Again | 한 번 다녀왔습니다 / ENG, CHN, IND / 2020.08.29]

Good. You’re eating it so well. Mom, have one more spoonful. Go on. – A little more. / – Darn it. If you have no appetite, drink some water.

Here. Please have it with water. What’s wrong? Do you have a headache?

Why did you drink so much? You can’t be hungover after drinking at your age. Why are you being like this? You’re breaking my heart.

Mom. I know you are devastated. So Mom, can’t you let him win this time? There’s no point in holding out. Kyujin is dead set on this.

If things get worse, Kyujin and you might fall apart. Can you live without him? No, you can’t. Are you here to rub salt in my wounds? Mom.

Why would I do such a thing? I just feel bad for you. You might not know it, but Nahee is a really good person. She seems a little picky, but no one cares about Kyujin more than she does. I wasn’t going to say this, but Kyujin almost got sued for malpractice.

Nahee was the one who sorted it out for him. Although I only heard about it after. Yes. That’s true, Ms.

Choi. Nahee loves Kyujin very much, – and she’s softer than… / – Be quiet! You two didn’t come here to make me eat.

You came to defend your brother and sister. If that’s what you want to say, leave. You too. Mom, it doesn’t mean we’re on Kyujin and Nahee’s side.

Our hearts ache because of you and Kyujin, and we need this to get sorted out smoothly if Dahee and I are to get anywhere… Don’t say that. Why not? Forget it.

I can’t be bothered. Get out of here! Okay, Mom.

Eat a bit more porridge. – Eat, Ms. Choi. / – Come on, Mom.https://bestarchitectbuilders.com/wp-content/views/about-pof-dating-site/ Whatever. Don’t care if I starve or drown in wine and get out of here. Leave!

You get on my nerves! Come on, Mom. What was that about?

Did you have to mess up like that? It failed. It was total failure. You can be quite careless at times. You know what your mother’s like.

You need to say things at the right timing. My goodness. Who provided backup when I was speaking so carelessly? I was offering some support. And why did you talk about us?

That’s too shallow. It looks like we want them to reconcile for our sake. But that’s partially true.

To be honest, that’s more than half my reason. What? How selfish. Are you saying that you really don’t feel that way? Do you simply want Kyujin and my mom to reconcile?

Well, a little bit of it is… I can’t say I don’t think at all about us… I’m hungry. Let’s get something to eat.

You’re changing the topic. Okay. I’m hungry too. Let’s eat. What do you want?

How about instant tteokbokki? I want it spicy. Instant tteokbokki sounds fine. Just a moment. I feel so weak.

I’m hungry. Can you carry me? You’re silly. Fine.

I’ll really carry you. Get on. 1, 2, 3. Let’s go.

You’re so light. You’re here. Did you sign the contract? Yes. Where’s your scooter?

Did you not bring it? I left it so we could walk. Sounds good. Walking is good exercise. Do you like your new office?

Good. You’re eating it so well. Mom, have one more spoonful. Go on. – A little more. / – Darn it. If you have no appetite, drink some water.

Here. Please have it with water. What’s wrong? Do you have a headache?

Why did you drink so much? You can’t be hungover after drinking at your age. Why are you being like this? You’re breaking my heart.

Mom. I know you are devastated. So Mom, can’t you let him win this time? There’s no point in holding out. Kyujin is dead set on this.

If things get worse, Kyujin and you might fall apart. Can you live without him? No, you can’t. Are you here to rub salt in my wounds? Mom.

Why would I do such a thing? I just feel bad for you. You might not know it, but Nahee is a really good person. She seems a little picky, but no one cares about Kyujin more than she does. I wasn’t going to say this, but Kyujin almost got sued for malpractice.

Nahee was the one who sorted it out for him. Although I only heard about it after. Yes. That’s true, Ms.

Choi. Nahee loves Kyujin very much, – and she’s softer than… / – Be quiet! You two didn’t come here to make me eat.

You came to defend your brother and sister. If that’s what you want to say, leave. You too. Mom, it doesn’t mean we’re on Kyujin and Nahee’s side.

Our hearts ache because of you and Kyujin, and we need this to get sorted out smoothly if Dahee and I are to get anywhere… Don’t say that. Why not? Forget it.

I can’t be bothered. Get out of here! Okay, Mom.

Eat a bit more porridge. – Eat, Ms. Choi. / – Come on, Mom. Whatever. Don’t care if I starve or drown in wine and get out of here. Leave!

You get on my nerves! Come on, Mom. What was that about?

Did you have to mess up like that? It failed. It was total failure. You can be quite careless at times. You know what your mother’s like.

You need to say things at the right timing. My goodness. Who provided backup when I was speaking so carelessly? I was offering some support. And why did you talk about us?

That’s too shallow. It looks like we want them to reconcile for our sake. But that’s partially true.

To be honest, that’s more than half my reason. What? How selfish. Are you saying that you really don’t feel that way? Do you simply want Kyujin and my mom to reconcile?

Well, a little bit of it is… I can’t say I don’t think at all about us… I’m hungry. Let’s get something to eat.

You’re changing the topic. Okay. I’m hungry too. Let’s eat. What do you want?

How about instant tteokbokki? I want it spicy. Instant tteokbokki sounds fine. Just a moment. I feel so weak.

I’m hungry. Can you carry me? You’re silly. Fine.

I’ll really carry you. Get on. 1, 2, 3. Let’s go.

You’re so light. You’re here. Did you sign the contract? Yes. Where’s your scooter?

Did you not bring it? I left it so we could walk. Sounds good. Walking is good exercise. Do you like your new office?

It’s not bad. I don’t have much spare cash. When I make a fortune, I’ll lease a huge office, hire a dozen staff, and act like a boss. That suits you. Acting like a boss.

We’re almost home. Right. When do you move into your office? There’s not much to do. I just need a desk and a small table.

The rest of the space will be for clothes. You’ll need to clean the room first. I’ll help you. If you do that, I’d appreciate it.

You go ahead. It’s okay. Go ahead.

Okay, then. You could’ve picked up. I waited for a long time. What for? If I don’t pick up, assume I don’t want to see you.

The Chairman’s Competition‘s coming up. You know that winners get to join the national team. You’re not young.

This could be your last opportunity. Let’s go. – If you start now… / – No. Hyosin. For what? For whom?

Judo means nothing to me now. Hyosin. Hyosin. Mr. Song.

What are you doing out here? And who is he? Hello.

I am Hyosin’s father. Here comes Song Junsun’s ramyeon!

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