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(Hello, we’re Youn Stay’s production crew.)

(We filmed in Gurye, South Jeolla Province…)

(over two trips in November and December.)

(We filmed according to health regulations,)

(and when off-site, we made sure to wear masks.)

(During the second trip, when Gurye’s…)

(social distancing was raised to Level 2,)

(all crew, cast, and foreign guests were tested for COVID,)

(and filming began after everyone was cleared.)

(Despite that, we’re sorry to show a program…)

(mainly about excursions when it’s recommended you stay home.)

(We hope to get through this tunnel of crisis…)

(so we’re able to enjoy walks in the warm spring.)

(Then, we shall begin.)

(The sky is clear and blue.)

(Beneath is a peaceful hanok.)

(A Korean restaurant in Seoul)

(The door opens and someone enters cautiously.)

Hello. Nice to meet you.

– Hello. Can you scan your QR code? – Sure.

(Social distancing was maintained. We rented the whole restaurant,)

(and filmed safely, according to regulations.)

On my wrist?

– Hello. – Sit wherever you feel comfortable.

Okay.

Where would I feel comfortable?

A comfortable seat is…

(Every seat is uncomfortable.)

(The second employee enters.)

Hello.

(Who is it?)

(Hey, it’s Yu Mi.)

– Why are you trembling? – I’m not trembling.

(I can tell.)

I’m not trembling.

I’m trembling now because you are.

I’m not trembling. Don’t you see my arm’s up here?

Hello, hello.

– Hey. – Oh, hi.

(Luckily, he and Seo Jun are like brothers.)

Hello.

I’ll sit here.

It’s really pretty.

Hello.

Gosh, this is how we meet.

– Hello. – Hello.

Hello, hello.

I know how to do the QR code thing.

Oh, I’m so sorry. I thought you were our crew.

– I have it. Hang on. – Okay.

But I take a while because I’m old.

My goodness.

I press this. And then…

I do this.

No? Did I press the wrong thing?

Shoot, it didn’t work.

I went into the pay function.

I’m trying to pay.

It’s because my eyes are dim.

Think of your moms and take pity on me.

– Welcome. – Hello.

What are you to come late?

(Lee Seo Jin, “What”)

Let me help you first.

– You haven’t met Woo Shik, right? – No.

Hello.

– He’s our new recruit. – It’s our first meeting.

We wanted to meet up last spring.

– Yu Mi. – Yes?

– You won an award. – Yes, I did.

– Did you win an award? – I did.

She’s sweeping them all up.

– Is she? – Yes.

I hear you’re going to next year’s Academy Awards, Ms. Youn.

Rumours are rampant.

Aren’t you aiming for an Oscar?

(Youn Yuh Jung’s “Minari” won 7 awards in America.)

We should change the restaurant’s name to Oscar.

Ms. Youn might be nominated for one next year.

(Embarrassed)

I’m embarrassed.

We meant to film Youn’s Kitchen…

– last spring and we contacted you. – Yes.

– You agreed to join us then. – Yes.

But COVID spread and we gave up.

We thought that by winter,

COVID would be gone, so we postponed until then.

But it’s winter now,

and there’s no sign of COVID disappearing any time soon.

I thought we should…

do something different at the Korean branch.

So this time, instead of Youn’s Kitchen,

we’ll invite foreigners…

to stay at our hanok guest house.

And so…

(We’ll run lodgings instead of a restaurant?)

Right now, because of COVID,

we can only take a limited number of people who make reservations.

If that’s how things must be done,

wouldn’t it be nice to give some foreigners…

the experience of staying at a hanok guest house?

Our guest house won’t be large.

(With our love…)

It’s in Gurye, South Jeolla Province.

(We’re going 320km away from Seoul to Gurye, South Jeolla Province.)

(Business trip)

That’s so far away.

There are lots of guest houses in Anguk-dong.

– Why travel far? – Look at Seo Jin’s face.

– There are many in Seoul. – Yes.

(That’s because you don’t know about Gurye.)

(Surrounded by Mount Jiri and the Seomjin River,)

(it’s the city of the moon bear and sansuyu.)

(This is our new business in Gurye.)

(Slightly deeper into the country, in a secretive spot,)

(is an old hanok mansion.)

(Filmed safely according to regulations…)

(when Gurye was at social distancing Level 1.)

36.5℃?

(A mysterious place surrounded by a bamboo forest and stone walls.)

(A place where your time is all about peace.)

(Surrounded by nature and hanok buildings,)

(take back some great memories.)

– I never imagined this. – Me neither.

Did you know about this?

I don’t want to know about it now.

We’ll only invite foreigners who’ve been here for under a year.

That means they came here around the same time as COVID,

and they wouldn’t have been able to go out much.

It’ll most likely be their first stay in a hanok.

And they wouldn’t have tried many Korean foods.

We’ll provide breakfast and dinner,

and one night’s stay. That’s the concept of the show.

(Breakfast, dinner, and one night’s stay.)

(We planned this program to help…)

(foreigners who came for work or for study and are struggling…)

(to experience the food and sights of Korea.)

– So this is called… – What?

“Youn Stay”.

– “Youn Stay”. – “Youn Stay”?

I like the name a lot.

– It’s nice, right? – Yes.

If it’s successful, we must do another season.

You are the best at milking one idea dry.

Yes. He reuses it like a pot of beef bone soup.

Right?

(Actor Lee Seo Jin, boiling beef bone soup)

Whenever I look at Seo Jin,

I see how serious he is about beef bone soup.

He’s serious about beef bone soup.

The broth is getting richer.

(Here, we put our hearts into every small detail.)

(Welcome to Youn Stay.)

Yes, good morning.

Okay, you can come any time.

Okay, come down.

(Youn Stay)

(Organization Chart)

(Cooking Team)

(Innovation in the kitchen, Jung Yu Mi and Park Seo Jun)

(The new leader in the kitchen, Chef Jung is on the move!)

(Firm)

(Should I add more colour?)

(Straightforward answer)

(She controls the room with gentle charisma.)

(Chef Jung’s reliable assistant)

(The light and salt of the kitchen, Park Seo Jun.)

(The sous-chef with both power and a delicate touch.)

(Their fantastic teamwork…)

(takes the form of new kinds of foods!)

(Drink Team)

(He was in charge of the beverages since Youn’s Kitchen.)

(From the welcome tea served with a smile…)

(to a delivery service.)

This is for the four Germans.

This is for six people. The amount of coffee is different.

(The Beverage Team is so attentive.)

(Service Team)

(Housekeeping)

(Pick-up service)

I’m your trustworthy guide, server,

and a good friend.

(Guide)

You guys could choose any room, I think, right?

(Now it’s about the highlight of it all, the serving.)

(Serving)

Thank you, thank you.

(Even the CEO checks on the guests.)

– It’s very organized, systematized. – It is.

– Hello. – Bonsoir.

(All the staff at Youn Stay serve with their whole heart.)

Vegetable broth. That’s for you.

(Will their warmth and affection reach the guests they serve?)

We’ll run three hanok buildings as guest houses.

Three?

Does each of them stand alone?

It’s neat and clean,

but we can’t charge too much.

Seo Jin, we need to decide on a price.

Shouldn’t we ask for at least 300 dollars?

Then no one will want to come.

– I wouldn’t want to. – But 300 dollars isn’t too…

It’s not expensive?

– No. – We serve two meals.

This is why I just can’t run a business.

You decide.

How much is the usual price?

(I studied business. I’m a human abacus.)

(Calculation complete)

(New York University graduate, shot financial advertisements,)

(was Youn’s Kitchen’s executive director)

So we provide dinner and breakfast the next morning.

Yes. They check in and can take a walk if they want.

Each building will have a dining table like this.

(The class of a business major is overwhelming.)

(It’s captivating.)

It depends on what kind of ingredients we get.

That’s how you determine the price.

The menu has to be balanced.

Will you serve Korean cuisine?

For every extra person,

that means extra supplies go in, so we must charge extra.

We’ll charge 250 dollars per room.

That includes two meals.

We’ll charge 350 dollars for 3 and 450 dollars for 4 people.

Okay.

– Good. – Deal.

Do as you wish.

(Lodgings 1, 2, 3)

(Each lodging has a living room and bedroom,)

(and extra outdoor space where you can rest.)

(If you come down to the dining room at mealtime,)

(a laden table will greet you.)

(There are many extra facilities you can enjoy.)

(And so the price is set.)

What if a couple books one room?

We have to charge a little extra.

That’ll be 300 dollars.

Why?

Because you can’t stand couples?

You can’t stand couples?

(Flustered)

– Well… – You’re jealous?

That’s… Hang on…

(It’s 250 dollars for a couple too.)

Then our executive director has decided on a price.

Am I still an executive director?

I should be VP now.

– It’s Youn Stay now. – You can go as high as you want.

The end is always retirement.

– You’re the chairwoman now. – Am I?

It’s a multinational company…

with subsidiaries now.

Yu Mi has her own team.

– She’s in charge of the kitchen. – This is bad.

– Seo Jun can be section head. – Yes.

Seo Jun is a full-time employee now.

Isn’t Woo Shik a proper employee?

(Mr. VP)

Why is he an employee already?

Even Mr. Shin Gu was a part-timer.

Seriously.

Ms. Youn, you stay at reception.

You assign a room, and I’ll escort them.

These two can man the kitchen.

– I think that’ll do. – That’s the basic frame.

Woo Shik can do the rest of the errands.

Move the luggage, clean the rooms,

– clean the plates. – All the cleaning up.

– Sweep the dead leaves. – Sweep the dead leaves.

Sweep the leaves.

(Woo Shik’s to-do list)

You need to help prep the ingredients too.

At night, we prep for the next day.

I think my face will turn ashen.

We’ll be in the countryside and the foreign guests,

they might get lost.

They might get lost.

(What then?)

That leaves Woo Shik with tons of responsibilities.

(That leaves Woo Shik with tons of responsibilities.)

– I have to do that too? – Yes.

So he has to carry their bags too?

Then he even needs to be the bellboy.

Later on, when we watch the show, everyone will be yelling “Woo Shik!”

Every one of us will be busy calling his name.

(Up until this moment, I thought this was all a joke.)

Woo Shik.

(He shows up.)

(Woo Shik comes inside.)

– Woo Shik. – Yes?

– Woo Shik. – Woo Shik.

– Woo Shik. – Coffee.

– Woo Shik. – Yes?

– Are you okay? – No.

Cheer up.

I think he’s exhausted.

Hello, you’re watching Youn Stay.

I’m an intern here.

And I’m in charge of many things.

My name is Choi.

I’ll be your guide, server, bellboy,

and a good friend.

I’m your guide.

If you want to take photos,

there’s a really good photo spot.

Server.

And this sauce is made of tofu.

Bellboy.

Hey, I brought some bananas.

Oh, that’s so nice.

And a good friend.

– Hey, guys. – Good morning.

Good morning.

Woo Shik was born with a gift.

He’s really good.

(Woo Shik loves compliments.)

What’s the matter with you? Be quiet. Stop joking around.

Yu Mi, how are you good at everything?

You’re like a robot that gives compliments.

(You’re like a robot that gives compliments.)

(Will I be able to do a good job?)

(Guryegu Station)

(Ms. Youn and her staff arrive at the southern city.)

Are they coming separately?

Yes, they just arrived. They came together in a van.

Hello.

– Hello. – Hello.

I can’t see who they are because they’re wearing masks.

I thought you guys were bodyguards.

(They’re the two pillars of Youn Stay.)

We’re all taking the same car.

(They head to their business place with fluttering hearts.)

Ms. Youn, you need to wear your seatbelt.

Yes, of course.

Is it a long drive from here? Is it in the mountains?

No, it’s just a 15-minute drive.

(Intern Choi has a question.)

Should we introduce you as our boss to the foreign guests?

Yes.

And tell them we’re a gang.

(I’m the boss, and you’re my gang.)

– The Gurye Gang. – The Gurye Gang.

Look at all those persimmons.

There are a lot of persimmons, Ms. Youn.

(There are persimmon trees on every corner.)

(The delicious-looking orange persimmons…)

(provide nutrition for birds preparing for the winter season.)

(And the ones hanging from the eaves…)

(will add to the beautiful scenery.)

We’re almost there.

– Where is the house? – Isn’t it that one?

– The one with the lights on? – The one with the tile roof.

– I think we’re here. – Yes, I think it’s that one.

– I think this is it. – This one? Yes, I think so too.

Yes, it’s here.

We’re here.

We’re here.

(They all get out of the car with excitement.)

(They’re still a little dumbfounded.)

The lights over there are really pretty.

(They’re greeted by the lights hanging from the persimmon tree.)

What’s with all those lights hanging from the tree?

Is someone getting married?

(Is someone getting married?)

(The persimmon tree at the entrance is hundreds of years old.)

(Once it’s night time, the orange lights turn on.)

(As they brighten the darkness of the night,)

(they will make the nights at Youn Stay warm and cozy.)

“Youn Stay”.

“Youn Stay”.

– The signboard is pretty. – It’s pretty.

(Youn Stay)

– Ms. Youn, I think that’s pretty. – What?

They even carved it on the rock.

They carved it?

– It’s pretty. – My goodness.

They really carved it.

Yes, it’s neat.

Ms. Youn, you should take it home.

– No way. – Put it in your garden.

It’s too heavy.

(He pats the sign.)

(They line up to enter the front gate.)

(The doors to Youn Stay finally open.)

It’s gorgeous.

(The boss and the staff enter the lodgings.)

My goodness.

Look at the persimmons.

– It’s pretty. – This place is huge.

(They’re surprised by the size of the place.)

(Let us introduce Youn Stay to you.)

(Youn Stay is surrounded by a stone wall,)

(and it’s divided into the upper and lower villages.)

(First, let’s take a look at the lower village.)

(The management building consists of the kitchen and reception.)

(There are two dining rooms for the guests.)

(And there’s an annex which is where the staff will be staying.)

(If you follow the bamboo forest and go up to the upper village,)

(there’s a lounge for the guests…)

(and a total of three guest lodgings.)

(Welcome to the vast Youn Stay.)

(Impressed)

– It’s really pretty. – Yes, it really is.

This is the reception.

– “Sansuyu”? – Yes.

It’s a reception and bar.

– My goodness. – Oh, gosh.

– I guess it’s all ready. – Gosh, it’s beautiful.

(The first area that will greet the guests of Youn Stay)

(There’s a big entrance hall and a bar.)

– Everything’s ready. – My goodness.

– Wait. Is this the kitchen? – Yes.

(Seo Jun takes a look around his main workplace.)

The kitchen is pretty big.

– A lot bigger than the last one. – This kitchen…

is the biggest kitchen we’ve ever worked in.

– Yu Mi, you’ll be cooking here. – This must be the oven.

This is the biggest kitchen we’ve ever had.

– My goodness, it’s the biggest. – It’s huge.

– It’s a proper kitchen. – I really like this.

Do the guests eat here?

No.

(Perplexed)

Then what’s that table? Is that for us?

– Yes. – It’s for you guys.

– We have to take the food outside? – So we cook here…

– and deliver the food? – To where?

(Intern Choi doesn’t know what lies in store for him.)

(Their current location)

(Dining room 1, Dining room 2)

– So we have to… – The dining room is too far away.

(They tread toward the dining rooms.)

Wait a minute. What’s that?

– Gosh. – This place is so big.

Wait a minute. What’s that?

(The executives turn around.)

(And so does the intern.)

(The long path leads to an unknown place.)

(What’s at the end of that path?)

Oh, my gosh.

There’s more over there?

There’s something up there?

– The guest rooms are up there? – Yes.

(The guest rooms are up there?)

Who assigns the guest rooms?

You do, Ms. Youn.

Is this the dining room?

(Let’s look around one at a time.)

So there’s a table for each room?

“Mae, Nan, Guk…” Oh, I see. “Mae, Nan, Guk, Juk”.

(Do you want to enjoy a nice Korean meal?)

(Then come and eat here.)

(Mae, Nan, Guk)

(Juk)

(The four rooms are all different and unique.)

(Enjoy the different tastes.)

– I’m out of breath. – What’s that?

– Yes, we need to look over there. – Let’s go.

The only person who will be going up there…

is Woo Shik.

(They reach Mi, which is the nearest lodging.)

This place is so pretty.

They really decorated it well.

(A separate house that consists of 1 living room and 1 bedroom.)

(It has a wonderful view of the bamboo forest.)

(The entire place is surrounded by bamboo.)

How do I open this?

I’ve never opened a door like this before.

(He struggles to open the lock.)

(He finally succeeds.)

Isn’t this what they use in prisons?

(Humongous)

– Shall we go inside? – Yes.

(They enter Mi.)

Is that the bathroom?

(They look inside the bathroom.)

(They check out the bedroom where the bedding is laid out.)

(Ms. Youn takes a look around very meticulously.)

(Outside the big window is a warm and beautiful view.)

We should heat the place up before the guests arrive.

Just focus on cooking.

Okay, Seo Jin.

Will it be warm if we turn the heater on?

It’s cold in here.

We should turn on the heater in the morning.

We should turn it on in the morning.

We should heat the place for a bit.

Otherwise, the guests… It’ll be too cold for them.

– The guests check in at 3pm. – Okay.

– We can turn it on in the morning. – We’ll turn it on as we go to work.

Five hours will do.

It’s going to be Woo Shik’s job.

Woo Shik.

This is bad. You’re wearing heels.

(They continue their tour with their boss who’s in heels.)

– I’m in trouble. – Ms. Youn, this way.

(They climb up the stairs to take a look at the bamboo forest.)

Who goes up there?

– The guests will be staying there. – I know, but…

But how many servings is that?

I mean, how many people can go in there?

How many people can stay there?

It’s for an entire family.

– Four people. – A family could come.

(The stairs seem endless.)

(What’s waiting for them at the end of this path?)

(Just as they start to pant…)

Is this…

What are we going to do?

(Startled)

This place is gigantic.

(Once they reach the top,)

(they come across a huge field.)

What is this place?

(He just laughs.)

This is absurd.

– What’s wrong? – What is that place?

What’s with them?

It’s too big.

(The upper village finally shows itself.)

My goodness!

Five people aren’t enough for this place.

Are we expecting more staff?

(In denial)

– No? – We need more than five people.

(You can do it.)

(They open the doors and enter a new area.)

It’s so pretty.

It really is.

(This is Seon, the second lodging.)

(There are two big living rooms.)

(And there are two rooms along with another small room.)

(There’s a garden that only the guests can enjoy.)

This feels like a proper annex.

It’s going to be really hard to come up here with all the luggage.

But I have to say, it’s really gorgeous.

This is what the place originally looked like, right?

Judging by the wooden flooring, it’s been like this for ages.

It’s pretty.

– This place is pretty warm. – You’re right.

I guess the heater is on.

It’s warm in here.

Ms. Youn, it looks like…

this place is less windy because it’s surrounded by trees.

– I see. – This house?

This place guarantees complete privacy.

It’s so far away that some guests might not even meet each other.

– It’s nice. – It’s a different neighbourhood.

Yes.

(They finally move onto the last area.)

This place is a lot warmer than the other place.

Do you think it’s because of the trees?

It’s surrounded by trees.

(They arrive at the last lodging.)

(Jin is the largest guest house.)

(An open view…)

(with a living room that gets a lot of sunlight.)

(Living room, Room, Room, Living room)

(A mirror view)

(Two groups can stay here at the same time.)

(Jin Room 2)

Let’s take a look.

It’ll be really nice to drink tea here.

Is it cold?

– It’s warm here. – It’s also warm.

Is it warm?

But I’m worried the guests might be cold at night.

Hanoks can get really cold.

The cold air gets inside.

The paper that covers the doors… Back in the days, they were so…

Your body is warm underneath the blankets,

– but your nose gets cold, right? – Yes, exactly.

Your nose gets really cold.

People used chamber pots because the bathroom was too cold.

(A new approach to chamber pots)

– You’re right. – The bathrooms were too cold.

That’s why they used chamber pots.

We really used to have chamber pots.

(Meanwhile, Seo Jun takes a look around the lodging.)

Gosh, if you sit here…

It’s really nice.

(Here, the guests will feel the cool air,)

(sunlight,)

(wind,)

(and sounds.)

– Gosh, this is… – You guys will have a lot to do.

Yu Mi, you won’t have to come up here.

Okay.

How far do we have to go down?

– It’s a long way down. – Really?

You walk in front of me. I’ll walk behind you.

Okay.

Why did they hang the persimmons like that?

– To dry them. – I see.

Didn’t you know?

– No, I had no idea. – No.

That’s how dried persimmons are made.

In the past, people couldn’t store food.

So they dried them and ate them on holidays.

So they’re dry-aged persimmons.

You’re right. They’re dry-aged persimmons.

Yes, that’s right.

Gosh, that place is really far away.

(They return to the management building.)

(Yu Mi takes a look around the kitchen.)

There’s so much stuff here.

I think we’ll be really busy.

Monday, November 23.

Two guests from Australia,

three guests from Ukraine,

four guests from America.

So we’re fully booked?

And five guests from Nepal.

On our first day?

We’ll be fully booked every day.

(Scratching)

How many guests are we getting on the first day?

– A total of 14. – More than 10.

– 14. – Gosh, I’d rather run a restaurant.

– The restaurant was tiring enough. – It would be nice.

We were exhausted just by selling lunch.

But here, we’ll have to serve breakfast and dinner.

(Worried)

We’ll be able to do it.

– Of course. – We can do it.

– We’ll be able to overcome it. – Of course.

Is there any information regarding vegetarians or whatnot?

No, there’s nothing here.

You need to call them and ask.

Will you give it a try?

Should I call them and ask what time they’re coming tomorrow?

Ask them if they’re coming for sure.

And ask them if we need to prepare anything in advance.

– Stuff we need to know? – Yes.

So I’ll call and ask them if there’s anything…

– Just text them. – we need to know in advance.

– Ask if they’re coming… – Okay.

and if there’s anything they need.

Ask them if they have any food allergies.

– Food allergies. – That’s about enough.

Tell them we can also pick them up…

if they’re planning to come by train.

(He writes a text message based on what Seo Jin told him.)

“Dear Caleb Kelso Marsh, this is Youn Stay.”

“We’re so excited for tomorrow.”

“Is there anything we should know beforehand?”

“Do you guys have any allergies?”

Why aren’t you asking them if they’re coming or not?

I’m sure they’ll come, right?

You still need to check.

How should I ask them?

“Are you guys really coming?” Should I ask them like that?

(It sounds like he’ll cry if they don’t come.)

– What? – Just tell them…

that this is a confirmation message.

What if they say “no”?

Then that’d be great.

If they say they’re not coming,

make sure you text back and say, “Thank you very much.”

“This is a confirmation message.”

Say it’s from Youn Stay.

He’ll be in charge,

but you need to tell them where to eat dinner,

and you also need to tell them…

which guest room they’ll be staying in.

At least mark it with a pen so they’ll know.

We also need to go there and explain the place, right?

– Woo Shik will do that. – Woo Shik?

If there’s a lot of luggage, then I’ll go too.

(Ms. Youn looks at the map and memorizes the locations.)

I think we’ll keep using it.

What does this mean?

What does “tteok-galbi” mean?

– It’s “rice cake” galbi. – Oh, “rice cake”?

(It’s “rice cake” galbi.)

(It’s tteok-galbi.)

Tonight, we need to practice cooking dinner.

So let’s practice that and have a taste.

But can you cook it right now? It’s already 4pm.

– We can do it. – How long will it take?

Three hours.

(Three hours)

There’s a ton of stuff to do.

Seo Jin, we need everyone’s help.

(They begin their long journey to cook tteok-galbi.)

(The sun sets, and it’s already 6pm.)

(Final cooking practice)

– Woo Shik, it’s your turn. – Okay.

(They get ready as they sanitize their hands.)

You make the sauce. And don’t forget the chestnuts.

I’ll cook the chestnuts.

How many servings should we make?

Let’s make enough just for us.

Once we make the mother sauce,

– we can move onto the next sauce. – Should I start with that?

Let’s start with the vegetables and chestnuts.

(And there goes the intern.)

The chestnuts… There they are.

(Youn Stay’s main menu starts with chestnuts.)

(The king’s favourite dish)

(tteok-galbi)

(The secret behind Youn Stay’s tteok-galbi)

(They’re filled with chestnuts.)

(The guests will get to taste a unique taste of Korea.)

(Youn Stay has prepared…)

(a menu full of royal court cuisine.)

I’m really confident about this.

(We’ll be cooking it with sincerity.)

(We prepared a course meal so you can enjoy it step by step.)

(Appetizer)

(Main dish)

(Rice and soup)

(Side dishes on the house)

(And we even have a sweet dessert waiting for you.)

(Welcome to K-Food.)

(Welcome to tteok-galbi)

(2 weeks before the opening of Youn Stay)

(The Kitchen Team and the intern learned how to cook royal cuisine.)

The tteok-galbi is finally done.

It’s finally done.

(They taste the tteok-galbi.)

(This is unbelievable.)

(It has a very special taste.)

(They were taught a very special recipe.)

(A chef at a Korean restaurant)

(Eom Tae Cheol)

(He developed the menu for Youn Stay based on 15 years of experience.)

The main menu is going to be tteok-galbi.

– tteok-galbi. – tteok-galbi.

Gurye is known for its chestnuts.

So we’re going to fill it up with chestnuts.

– Chestnut tteok-galbi. – It’s going to be the filling?

Yes.

– Let’s begin. – Let’s begin.

Let’s do this.

(Chapter 1: Meat is all about texture)

We’re going to use beef ribs.

Let’s get rid of the bones.

We also need to get rid of the fat like this.

This will give it a bad texture, and it could harden.

(There’s a lot to do.)

This is going to take ages.

We won’t be able to sleep.

Can’t we also use a blender?

The texture is a lot better if you chop it with a knife.

So I recommend using a knife.

Yes, of course. Woo Shik will do it.

You guys will have so much work to do.

This is a lot of work.

(They start a long journey for a better texture.)

You’re doing a good job.

– Are we doing it right? – Yes. It just takes a long time.

We will see you tomorrow.

Now add soy sauce…

and knead it together.

(Step 4: Mix well with the sauce)

You’re doing it well.

– No. You should try it too. – What?

I guess what we’re making requires a lot of work.

We have many workers here, so it’s okay.

My mom told me to come home early tonight.

We will steam chestnuts and mash them up to make a paste.

(Chapter 2: Chestnuts are all about handwork.)

The chestnuts should be steamed for an hour.

Scoop out the flesh.

(We need to scoop them all out one by one?)

You two are in trouble.

When will you two get to sleep?

It’s good that you can’t sleep well.

We can buy shelled chestnuts.

Korean food is all about handwork.

(It’s time for handwork now.)

This is all about handwork.

We’re doomed.

Sift it through a sieve to grind it finely.

(They go through harsh training for better cooking skills.)

It’s all handmade.

– Is this all of what we shelled? – Yes.

(This is what they’ve been working on for an hour.)

I think we are learning lessons in life today.

Add a little oligosaccharide syrup and cinnamon powder.

We will make the dough.

This is called a chestnut ball.

It has a chestnut ball in it.

It’s like making dumplings or songpyeon.

Make sure to spread the meat evenly.

If it’s too thick on one part, it might fall apart.

– This work requires some skills. – Right.

(The tteok-galbi that requires advanced skills is ready.)

Roast it in the oven first.

Then cook it over a charcoal fire for a smoky flavour.

Put it on one side.

(Grilled rice cake, tteok-galbi, chive geotjeori)

(Youn Stay’s perfectly garnished chestnut tteok-galbi)

– Was it called a chestnut ball? – A chestnut ball.

Gosh, it’s really good.

I like the texture of the meat.

It is very rewarding.

(Seo Jun went on that journey again at home.)

I’m making tteok-galbi.

(Until the sun sets,)

(he filled his day with tteok-galbi.)

(Apparently, he spent 3 days perfecting his tteok-galbi.)

(It’s time for a final check on his tteok-galbi.)

(He gets ready to steam the chestnuts first.)

(He will make only as much as the employees can eat.)

(He steams chestnuts for an hour as he was instructed.)

For an hour.

(In the meantime, he starts making the sauce.)

– Should I double the amount then? – Yes.

Do we need pears for vegetable broth?

No, we don’t.

Okay. I’ll use the pears then.

This knife is really light.

(Everyone is busy working in the kitchen.)

(The intern is wandering around alone.)

(He does the dishes anyway.)

(Intern Woo Shik has a sudden premonition.)

Let’s try to use as few dishes as possible, okay?

Yes.

Woo Shik, I thought you were our dishwasher.

You’re a human dishwasher.

– What? A human dishwasher? – Yes.

My gosh.

(The human dishwasher will be working at full capacity.)

We have a lot of dishes to wash.

(He has a lot of work to do other than the dishes.)

(Now he’s working as a kitchen assistant.)

(While the Cooking Team is focusing on their work,)

(CEO Youn shows up.)

Oh, you’re here.

You’re here, Ms. Youn.

– I’m making vegetable broth first. – I see.

This is vegetable broth.

We don’t use anchovies. We only use vegetables.

– Is that how we make it? – Yes.

(She concentrates on her work again after the briefing.)

Let me do something.

– I’ll help you. – Tell us what to do…

– with the curled mallow. – Okay.

They’re over here.

Cut it here.

And we need to peel it like this.

This is slippery already.

(The sous-chef is making the tteok-galbi sauce.)

(He uses the exact amount of ingredients.)

(The sous-chef’s cooking style: He only uses the exact amount.)

(He uses the exact amount of onions.)

(Chopped green onions and garlic)

I think we need all of it.

(Sugar)

Gosh, how should I blend this?

– Do you need to blend all these? – Yes. All of them.

What is this sauce for?

It’s the mother sauce for tteok-galbi,

– Is this for tteok-galbi? – tteokbokki, and other stuff.

(The sauce will be used for many different dishes.)

(While the sauce is aged…)

(He starts to chop up the meat.)

(He removes the fat as he learned.)

(He starts chopping the meat.)

This is fun.

Maybe I should’ve become a butcher.

(For quite a while…)

– I’d spend all day chopping meat. – Your arms must be sore.

(The reality hits him.)

– You’re really good at it. – You’re good at chopping.

(He can’t hear anything.)

How many grams is this?

(Haggard)

We work together so well.

Already?

(He’s quite pure and cheerful.)

Let’s just say we’re done and go home then.

(I can’t come with you.)

Korean food is all about handwork.

(A long journey to better taste)

(He’s chopping up his soul too.)

(1 hour later)

(It’s only this much even with his soul added to it.)

(The meat he chopped for an hour…)

(is mixed with the sauce.)

(The meat will be ready after ageing.)

(The completion rate of tteok-galbi)

(Next up are chestnuts.)

I think we should take out the chestnuts.

You know what? Once you take them out,

you have to shell them.

You have to bring them with you.

Ms. Youn, we need to shell the chestnuts.

– We should do it when they’re warm. – Okay. I’ll scoop them out.

– We should strain them right away. – Okay.

Gosh, this is no joke.

(The chestnuts are ready. Everyone, please gather together.)

– Should I cut them in half? – Yes.

It doesn’t matter which way it is.

– It smells good. – You can eat some.

(Setting an example)

We can eat them. It’s not against the law.

It tastes good.

Put them in here?

It’s easier to scoop them out when they’re warm.

(They are in charge of shelling the chestnuts.)

We should steam them a little longer.

It should be cooked a little more.

We should cook them longer tomorrow.

This isn’t cooked enough.

Why do we have to steam them instead of boiling them?

I guess they taste better this way.

It keeps its flavour this way.

You’re grinding them into powder.

Actually, I’m a chestnut master.

(Youn Yuh Jung, CEO, a chestnut master)

(Once the chestnut master scoops chestnuts,)

(the tteok-galbi master takes care of the next step.)

This is the difficult part.

Do we have to grind them into fine powder like this?

This requires a lot of work.

Korean food is all about handwork.

Let me scrape it off.

– That’s a lot. – I’ll scrape it off for you.

Then you mash them up?

– I should do it standing up. – What?

I put on this jacket because I was cold, but I feel hot now.

(Sweating)

This is your blood and sweat.

I’m surprised. There’s a hole in my glove.

(Peeping)

What was the ratio again?

(He adds oligosaccharide syrup and cinnamon powder.)

(He kneads it well.)

80g of tteok-galbi…

and 20g of chestnut.

(These are chestnut balls.)

(Once the chestnut balls are ready,)

(they go into the tteok-galbi.)

(Shape it well.)

Make a lot of tteok-galbi.

Let’s use all the ingredients.

I guess we will have to make a lot of these.

Exactly. It’s really hard.

– I know, right? – Yes.

I’ll make eight pieces.

Okay. They are really big. Well done.

I had no idea it would be so hard to make tteok-galbi.

It’s made with a lot of care.

It requires a lot of work and care.

(It goes into the oven.)

– Cook it over a charcoal fire then? – Yes.

(The completion rate of tteok-galbi)

This is really delicious.

(Give it a coating of charcoal smoke.)

I couldn’t make a charcoal fire at home.

So I just cooked it in the oven.

This is like the drama, “Dae Jang Geum”.

It really is.

(Now they make chive geotjeori to garnish the tteok-galbi.)

(The CEO is a taster here.)

Good. I think it’s good.

(Sprinkle some ground pine nuts.)

– Okay. – It’s done.

We will make tteokbokki and Jeon first.

Okay.

(The main vegetarian dish, soy sauce tteokbokki)

(It’s made with soy meat and vegetable broth.)

(Chef Jung cooks soy sauce tteokbokki.)

(She stir-fries the soy meat first.)

(Add some joraengi tteok that has been pre-soaked)

(Add the mother sauce that’s also used for tteok-galbi)

This is the vegetable broth I made.

(The kitchen assistant is making Jeon.)

Make sure to drain the oil.

(Shaking)

(The kitchen assistant is obedient.)

(She puts in chopped vegetables.)

(This isn’t a mushroom hot pot.)

– I added too many mushrooms, right? – Yes.

It’s a hearty meal.

(They can enjoy a hearty meal.)

(The chef’s cooking style: She cooks with good concentration.)

Yu Mi is really good now.

They are all good cooks.

Seo Jun made tteok-galbi every day.

– Really? – Yes.

He ate only tteok-galbi for three days.

They’re really good.

I think you and I…

should retire from this show after this season.

– We should pass it down to them. – It can be “Jung Stay”…

or “Park Stay”.

And Choi… “Choi Stay” doesn’t sound right.

Woo Shik is not ready yet.

Let’s eat.

(Intern Work Evaluation: Woo Shik is not ready yet.)

(Intern Choi who still has a long way to go is done making Jeon.)

(The soy sauce tteokbokki is ready too.)

Should I put this in a bowl?

Siler root greens.

(Siler root greens)

– It’s here. – It’s done.

(The chef’s cooking style 2: Meticulous plating)

Is that tofu?

Here comes the food.

Here it comes.

(The soy sauce tteokbokki is here.)

– What is this? Is it tteokbokki? – It’s tteokbokki.

– Yes. – Goodness.

Come and eat it.

(Serving the tteok-galbi)

Sit down. Let’s eat it.

We need to have a discussion while eating.

(It’s time to eat now.)

What are we toasting to?

For Youn Stay.

For the beginning of Youn Stay.

It’s for the hardships.

(You’re funny.)

(Spoiler)

– Let’s try the tteokbokki. – Yes.

It’s a bit sweet for me.

The foreigners might like it.

Vegetarians can eat it too.

Yes, it’s soy meat.

(A sweet and salty soy sauce tteokbokki)

It’s warm.

(He tries the tteok-galbi.)

(He takes a bite of the chive geotjeori.)

How is it?

– It’s good. – Is it okay?

It tastes good to eat them together.

– Together with what? – With the meat.

(Chive geotjeori made with doenjang sauce…)

(forms a perfect harmony with the tteok-galbi)

It’d be great to explain that to them.

– Yes. – You think so?

(It suits the vice-president’s taste.)

(What about the Jeon made by the intern?)

I wish the Jeon was a bit crispier.

I thought I added enough, but it didn’t turn out well.

We can give a plate of Jeon for each table.

(Creaking)

(What was that?)

(The atmosphere seems to have changed.)

Actually, Ms. Youn,

we have a guest…

that arrived a day early.

– Pardon? – What?

They’ll get here in 30 minutes.

– Excuse me? – They’re coming.

Who is it? A guest?

– What are their names? – Or is it someone to help us?

A guest.

Is it someone to work for us?

A guest?

Someone who was supposed to come tomorrow is arriving today, right?

Do we have to make dinner?

We heard they haven’t had dinner yet.

We can prepare a simple one.

– Is it 1 person? – They’re a group of 4.

– What? – Four people?

Oh, my goodness.

What?

(How will we make a meal for four people?)

(Four people?)

(All of a sudden, I must check them in and guide them…)

You’re lying.

(Wobbling)

They’re getting here at 9:30.

– You’re lying. – Who are the four people?

Who are the four people coming? Which country are they from?

Chris Simpson.

This person didn’t reply earlier.

There was one message from Chris Simpson.

What did he say?

He asked what our address was.

(3 hours ago, at 5:59pm)

(A sudden text message)

Wait a minute.

(A text message from a guest)

What’s the address here?

(He discovered the address.)

(That’s how Woo Shik sent the address.)

(The chef is full of worries.)

Seo Jin, I’m craving a drink.

(Surprised)

Yu Mi is drinking because she’s so surprised.

Wait a minute.

We need to do it.

It’s a relief I made enough soup.

What are we going to do?

(The sous-chef is becoming worried too.)

– You didn’t get a message, did you? – No.

– Did they mention any allergies? – Not at all.

He just asked for the address.

We can do this instead.

We already cooked rice.

They can have curled mallow soup.

We also have some tteok-galbi left…

for today.

There’s four people.

We can serve tteok-galbi for two…

and this for the other two.

We’ll have to explain ourselves…

that a proper meal isn’t available right now.

There’s still a lot that we have to prepare.

Let’s serve what we have now.

– The food we’ve already made. – We’re testing things out.

We’ll serve what we’ve already cooked.

It won’t be a course meal but a one-dish meal.

Yes, we’ll serve one dish per person.

Yes, it’s one dish per person.

Did you say 30 minutes?

Shall we cook the meat right now?

I’m very awake now.

I’m getting a headache.

We’ll heat the soup.

What’s with the flies today?

(The chef cheers up…)

(instead of the flustered CEO.)

Let’s clean up.

It’s the first day, and it’s already getting fun.

They’ll have to check-in.

The manual.

(Starting with the manual)

What should we do?

Do you think we can use this? Look at it.

I think we can just grill that.

Wait a minute.

We’ll have to grill this too.

(The chef does not give up.)

All right.

This is unexpected.

I never even imagined this.

Is the tteok-galbi getting ready?

It’s already finished.

There’s jangjorim and garlic scapes.

Let’s serve some laver flakes.

We can serve this too.

(In the midst of preparations)

Let’s heat the soup.

They have to write their alien registration number.

I’ve written it here.

Thank you.

(Worried)

It’s their key.

You have to bring it and open it for them.

The upper one is Jin, and the bottom is Seon.

You bring the key for Seon.

– We won’t use a tray. – We can serve it on a tray.

We’ll put some dishes on the tray.

The tray might look empty.

I’m trying to fill the tray.

We’ll have rice, soup, and side dishes.

Come take a look. Let’s try it.

– There’s nothing. – Then…

– we’ll place the side dishes here. – They’re here? You’re lying.

Who knocked on the door?

– What was that? – Was it a ghost?

We’ll place some side dishes.

It still looks empty.

– No, it doesn’t. – We have tteokbokki too.

(The CEO calmly prepares the curled mallow soup.)

It’s a relief we made four servings of rice.

Is anyone there?

They’re almost here. We have 10 seconds left.

Wait a minute. Then…

(Intern Choi starts moving.)

(In a hurry)

Ms. Youn.

I think you have to do the check-in.

– Me? Are they here? – I’ll take over.

They’ll be here in 10 seconds.

(Anxious)

(Knocking)

Get the red key.

– Hello. – Hello.

Hello.

Is this Youn Stay?

– Yes. – Okay.

Come in, guys.

– Hello. – Hi.

(What?)

– Yes. – Okay.

(Doubting her eyes)

– Hello. – Hi.

– What’s going on? – Hello, we have four people here.

Why, you!

You must be crazy!

Come in.

It’s them?

I think so.

Why?

– Darn it. – My gosh.

(A surprise by the production crew)

I was right.

I knew it. I told you so.

I was right, wasn’t I?

We got fooled.

– Chris? – Korea.

Why did you do that?

We were fooled. It’s just them.

– No one came. – I know.

They’re driving me crazy.

I’m so irritated.

Let’s eat.

I seriously can’t stand them.

– I was so surprised. – We fell for it.

Gosh.

It would’ve been so mean if it were real.

– Welcome. – Thank you.

Can you guys do this for me first?

– Please sanitize your hands first. – Sure.

I’m sorry, but can you please close the door?

I’m cold.

(Gasping)

– Is she the CEO? – Yes, our CEO.

– Quiet down. – Hello. Nice to see you.

Shut it. And what is your name, sir?

– Shut it? – Shut it?

We’ll try our best, but don’t make demands,

– okay? – Okay.

I’m the owner of this house, so listen to me.

I’m very scary.

I’ll give a tour of the rooms to our guests.

I’m so flustered.

How can they do this to us?

I’m so irritated.

(Will they do a good job tomorrow?)

We’re getting a call from Room Mi.

We have four gangsters here. Please report them.

– Okay. – Okay, thank you.

Thank you, Boss.

(The first morning of their business has dawned.)

(The sun also shines on the employees’ lodging.)

(Current time, 9am)

(Seo Jun is up.)

– Seo Jun. – Yes?

Please turn the birds off.

– The birds? – Yes.

I can’t turn them off.

(Whatever it is, they start the day with vigour.)

(Meanwhile, in Yu Mi’s room)

(She goes over the recipe as soon as she wakes up.)

(Woo Shik is watching something too.)

(He must still be asleep.)

(No movement)

Are you awake?

Are you up?

(Yu Mi’s room, Seo Jun and Woo Shik’s room)

Good morning.

Woo Shik, are you wearing this today?

I’m going to wear the uniform on top of it.

(Uniform)

(They have uniforms on Youn Stay?)

What if we wore uniforms?

Ms. Youn and I will wear black,

and the three of you can wear white.

– That sounds good. – Uniforms?

It looks nice if we’re wearing matching colours.

(They have uniforms on Youn Stay!)

– You should wear this. – Which one?

(New uniform)

Yes.

Here.

(They’re planning to wear uniforms starting this afternoon.)

(Starting the first day of work with ironing)

(She also irons the other members’ uniforms while she’s at it.)

(The intern’s body is his most valuable asset.)

(Shaving thoroughly)

Hurry up, Woo Shik.

Okay.

(The kitchen team and Woo Shik’s first day of work starts at 10am.)

(CEO Youn and Vice-President Lee arrive for work.)

– Good morning. – Good morning.

– A good morning to you. – Good morning.

Good morning.

(Day 1 of business)

(The kitchen team put on their aprons first.)

Why did you bring your bag?

My bag?

I just wanted it to feel like the first day of work.

Well, I guess you did just that.

I just wanted to try it.

I especially prepared a floral-patterned one.

(Meanwhile, CEO Youn is at the reception by herself.)

(She’s looking at the list of guests.)

Can five people ride in one car?

Are they coming in a van?

Are they getting here by train?

(Worrying about the guests as soon as work begins)

(The dignity of a CEO, soon to be shown by Yuh Jung)

Good morning.

(The CEO wants to know everything about the guests.)

– It’s great. – Okay.

(Her lips are on fire now.)

(They’re on fire.)

(The CEO always thinks about the guests.)

(Yannick, Mikaela,)

(Josh)

(Taking a pause)

(Ethan)

I made it.

(But she’s strict with the employees.)

(Doesn’t it feel like we got caught slacking off in study hall?)

(And now she’s waiting for the first guests.)

(What’s that?)

(Glancing)

What’s with your face?

(Coffee machine)

Please make us coffee.

What do you usually drink?

– I drink iced Americanos. – Iced?

Yes.

(The Beverage Team’s special service)

Hot or iced Americano?

– Iced Americano. – Iced Americano?

I always drink iced Americanos.

Even in freezing weather, I drink iced Americanos.

Seo Jin, all three drinks are iced Americanos.

(3 iced Americanos)

Woo Shik, the coffee tastes great.

But it’s very warm.

(Thumping)

Please add a lot of ice in mine.

Just give me a regular amount of ice.

(Thumping)

(Sigh)

(Glancing)

It tastes good.

What kind of coffee beans are these?

I think they’re Columbian.

I think they’re Kenyan.

(The answer is Guatemalan.)

You know, this is what I was saying.

I meant we should put one of these in each of their rooms.

– In the dining hall. – Sounds good.

– In the morning. – I think that’s a great idea.

Yes.

Foreigners always drink coffee regularly.

We should place these over there.

We serve dinner twice at 6:30pm and 7:30pm.

We need to divide the groups into two.

We have to ask beforehand how many vegetarians we have.

(Seo Jin’s management philosophy keeps going.)

(Service management)

(Today, we’re going…)

(full service-mode.)

(Maximizing efficiency)

(We’ll start quickly and finish quickly.)

(Let’s eat some protein by ourselves.)

(Employee welfare)

(We only need Woo Shik.)

There he goes again.

(Sure.)

(Sniffling)

(Hygiene management)

(Maintaining cleanliness)

(Establishing discipline)

(Guest-centered)

(This was exactly how I wanted Youn’s Kitchen to be.)

(Seo Jin’s long-awaited big picture will be revealed!)

(Hours remaining to check-in)

(3 hours to check-in)

Wait a minute. Do we have to start steaming chestnuts now?

– Those chestnuts, seriously… – I think…

those are for lunch.

No, dinner.

(Circuit stop)

(Don’t panic. You have your sous-chef.)

(Chestnuts)

(Add enough for the tteok-galbi for dinner.)

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It’s a war with the chestnuts.

(Setting the timer for 20 minutes to add water into the steamer)

Keep adding water here.

Yes, I’ve set the timer to add the water.

– You did? – Yes.

Look at you.

(20 minutes later)

We have to add water once every 20 minutes.

I’ll die fighting the chestnuts.

(Add water to the steamer until it gets cooked.)

(See you soon.)

– How many are we doing? – Are you free now?

Yes.

We have to visit the rooms…

because we have to explain it to them.

– The vegetables and fruits. – Hey, go and help them out.

There’s a lot of things to do in the kitchen.

We have to go arrange the room.

– My mom said… – Yes?

that we have to go looking for work.

We shouldn’t only do what we are told to do.

I am that kind of person.

– She said that was wrong. – I’m sorry.

(There was a person who went around looking for work.)

– Where did the fly go? – What?

Why won’t this fly die?

(Wait a minute, Ms. Youn!)

Here it is.

We shouldn’t only do what we are told to do.

(That kind of person)

(Smacking)

It’s here. It got on the table.

I caught it.

Wrap it with a tissue.

How dare you annoy Ms. Youn!

Woo Shik already learned the way to survive.

How dare that fly!

Shall we place some drinking water in the rooms?

– Shall I do it? – We have to go visit them anyway.

Okay.

– I have to go to the rooms. – For what?

To check the rooms.

– Are you going up now? – Yes.

No, you can’t.

– Excuse me? – Shell the chestnuts before you go.

The chestnuts.

I’ll shell the chestnuts.

Oh, my.

(Grinning)

Okay.

Good job.

(Relaxed)

Why, you.

I told you to watch out, didn’t I?

I told you to shell the chestnuts.

(Woo Shik leaves on the fly pass.)

– Shall we go? – Let’s go.

We’ll get going.

(12:30pm, Starting the lodging inspections)

(The Housekeeping Team heads to the upper village.)

(Dongbaek, Jin, and Seon)

(The perfect weather to welcome guests)

– Do we start with Jin first? – Yes, we’ll start with Jin.

Okay.

(Lodging inspection)

(Check amenities)

We need more water. There will be three people here.

(Seo Jin remembers the number of guests for each room.)

(Actually, he assigned the rooms based on the number of people.)

This will be the living room anyway.

– Is it 35 degrees over there? – Yes.

Shall we spread it out or fold it?

Let’s spread it like a bedsheet cover.

(This is how the room looks after preparations are done.)

(There are Youn Stay amenities here and there.)

(From eco-friendly toiletries,)

(soft shower gowns,)

(and toys for children.)

(We thought only of the convenience of the guests.)

(They’re all standing.)

(We hope you spend a delightful time with your loved ones.)

(Closing the doors after room inspections)

(Check that the doors are locked)

– Do you want to see Dongbaek? – What?

Shall we heat up Dongbaek before we go down?

(This is Dongbaek, a lounge for the guests.)

(It’s where you can take a short break while taking a walk.)

(In charge of the heat)

(When night falls, the brazier gets lit up.)

(They wrap up their day in their own ways.)

(Light a fire in the brazier)

It’s so warm here.

This area is the warmest.

(The inspection comes to an end.)

(Meanwhile, the Kitchen Team)

Chestnuts!

The chestnuts.

– The chestnuts. – Chestnuts.

Let’s turn it off. We should let it sit.

We need to let it steam thoroughly.

We only need to wait for the chestnuts.

(Chestnuts will become more moist…)

(if you let them sit for 5 more minutes after steaming.)

The chestnuts take a long time, don’t they?

Come here, chestnut.

– Look at this. – Let me see.

– It’s hot. – It’s cooked.

It’s cooked.

You’re right. This is it.

Do I have to do it now?

(Evaluating the situation)

(Park Seo Jun has entered the room.)

(Jung Yu Mi has entered the room.)

(Shall we start shelling the chestnuts now?)

Here we go.

Be careful.

(Yu Mi slices them first.)

The chestnuts were steamed well,

so it’s easy to scoop them out.

– It the thickness okay? – Yes.

(The chestnuts are sifted through a sieve.)

I think we’re doing it quicker than expected.

But we still have one more batch to do.

(We still have one more batch to do.)

Right.

(Current time, 1:30pm)

(30 minutes before check-in)

What? We only have 30 minutes left.

(Pick up request from Australian and Dutch guests at 3:30pm)

(Pick up request from Ukrainian guests at 2pm)

(American guests coming by car)

(Pick up request from Nepali guests at 5:40pm)

Woo Shik, you need to get ready.

If the pick-up request is 2pm, you have to be there beforehand.

I have to go now.

Change your outfit before you go.

(Woo Shik heads to the house for a moment.)

(He puts on the uniform Yu Mi ironed.)

(Work on the left, house on the right)

Yes, Woo Shik. Put that on. You’re wearing a scarf, aren’t you?

– Like this? – Yes, that looks good.

Don’t I look elegant?

You look like you work in the kitchen.

Keep pressing this.

This is better.

– Like this. – I see.

Ms. Youn, it’s pretty.

If you have a note pad, stick it in here.

Yes. Oh, that’s nice.

(After the VP finishes his work on him,)

I’ll be on my way.

(Will Woo Shik be able to pick up the guests without any problems?)

Hi! My name is Woo Shik Choi.

I’ll be your guide for today.

I’ll be your guide while you’re staying at Youn Stay.

(Meanwhile, at Youn Stay)

(Chef Jung rolls up her sleeves.)

(The sous-chef looks determined.)

– For bugak, we use bean sauce. – Yes.

– Next, – Sweet and sour chicken.

– sweet and sour chicken… – With sauce.

This should be enough, right?

(Checking the amount of vegetable broth)

– For today. – For today?

Yes.

I think it’s enough.

(The Kitchen Siblings are serious.)

(The CEO is more serious.)

(Studying today’s guests again)

(Australian and Dutch guests, Ukrainian guests in Jin)

(American guests in Seon, Nepali guests in Mi)

(The VP is also serious as he gets ready to welcome the guests.)

(Youn Stay begins to get filled with nervous energy.)

(Soon, Youn Stay’s first guests will arrive.)

Things will be hard until tomorrow morning.

We have 14 people tomorrow morning.

What time do we serve breakfast?

From 7:30pm to 9:30pm.

(Oh, my gosh.)

This is why you shouldn’t run a hotel.

There’s a reason why hotels are so expensive.

Right.

– That fly… – Where is the fly swatter?

I see a fly flying.

(“I see a fly flying”, said on the first day)

We only have five minutes left, and I see a fly flying.

– Excuse me, Vice-President. – Yes?

– I just found an unusual situation. – Yes.

Didn’t Intern Choi leave for a pick-up?

Yes.

If he’s out on a pick-up, then what about that phone?

– He left it here. – He left it here?

Didn’t Intern Choi leave for a pick-up?

If he’s out on a pick-up, then what about that phone?

– He left it here. – He left it here?

Is this his?

What should he do?

He’ll recognize three foreigners.

What?

How many Ukrainians will be at Guryegu station?

It’s not like we’re in Spain.

(An average of 577 passengers go through Guryegu Station per day.)

(The pick-up service has arrived at the station.)

(A train arrives.)

This is nerve-racking. Why am I so nervous?

(Excited to meet the first guests)

(He can see the passengers coming out.)

Oh, I think I see them there.

(The Intern recognizes the guests right away.)

(The first guests have arrived.)

Hi!

Welcome!

You’re Natalie, right?

Right.

My name is Woo Shik.

And I’ll be your tour guide for today.

Here, I’ll help you.

– Thanks – Yes.

What are you guys studying right now?

Biology. It’s like… Do you know dementia?

Dementia? Oh, really?

My friend is also studying that too.

Oh, really?

So, I didn’t get your name. What’s your name?

My name is Leigh.

– Yes. – Leigh.

– Deanna. – Deanna.

– And… – Natalie.

Natalie.

Seatbelts, right? Okay.

(He’s a natural at being a guide.)

Are you guys okay with Korean food?

– Mostly. – Mostly?

– Korean, specifically, – Yes?

it’s really spicy for us.

Ukrainian food is usually really plain.

Oh, yes?

Today, you don’t have to worry,

because there’s not many spicy foods.

Oh, really?

How long have you been in Korea?

– Almost a year? – For us.

Anyway, we’re really excited to see a traditional hotel.

– Yes? – I’ve never seen it.

It looks really nice.

– This should be a fun experience. – Yes.

(Come quickly.)

So, you are studying dementia.

Let me guess. Leigh, do you study…

something related to art?

(Looks like an artist)

– She looks like an artist, right? – Yes.

I’m doing neuroscience also.

Oh, really?

Wait, because of COVID, do you guys still go to school right now?

We have online lectures…

but we have to work in the lab. Some experiments.

Yes.

– I really hope it will end soon. – Yes.

Youn Stay is the place where we’re staying, right?

It’s a very isolated and controlled area.

So, everyone in and out, they all get checked.

So, you don’t have to worry about COVID.

Okay.

(Filmed safely according to regulations…)

(to prevent the spread of COVID.)

Just before we get in,

we’ll check our body temperature, and we’ll head inside.

– Thank you. – Okay.

Let’s sanitize our hands first.

Stand in front of the camera.

(Filmed safely according to regulations…)

(to prevent the spread of COVID.)

(Finally, Youn Stay is open for business.)

Welcome to Youn Stay.

– They’re here now. – They’re here.

(The awaiting staff realizes the guests have arrived.)

(The General Manager is on his way to welcome the guests.)

– Yes. – Hello.

Hello. Welcome.

You guys can head inside. Yes, this is the reception.

Please come in.

– Hi. Welcome. – Hi.

(Everyone is nervous.)

– Who is Natalie? – It’s me.

I’m the owner of this…

what? Youn Stay.

So, we’ll do our best for you.

So he will lead you to the room,

which is Jin Two.

I think we should write down…

– your registration number. – You mean alien card?

– Yes, the alien card. – Sure.

Right here.

(To prevent the spread of COVID, we followed regulations…)

(and filled out guest logs.)

Is that a map?

– Yes. – But we’re going to give you…

the map of this place.

This is the map.

And, this is Jin.

There are two different parts. And…

So this room is 1, this room is 2.

You’re staying in Two.

– Okay? – Okay.

Jin means “truth”.

So you’ve got to be truthful to each other.

– Really? – While you’re staying.

– You have to take their payment. – Oh, my.

Sorry.

You need to pay.

(Please pay for the room.)

(Our CEO is cute.)

You can tell I’m not the real owner.

(The CEO isn’t used to her position.)

Oh, are you re-checking?

Didn’t you already count?

I’ll recount.

No. I trust you.

Okay, this is the one.

Here is Jin Two.

– We have a… – Dinner.

Dinner time is at 6:30pm or 7:30pm.

– 6:30pm. – 6:30pm.

– 6:30pm? – Okay. 6:30pm.

If you have any questions, ask me.

Call me YJ.

– YJ? – YJ.

Our chefs are here.

The main chef and the assistant chef.

Nice to meet you.

(Nice to meet you.)

– Natalie, and what is yours? – Deanna.

Leigh?

– Leigh, Deanna, and Natalie. – And Woo Shik.

Woo Shik? Okay.

Thank you. Thank you very much.

(The first guests finish checking in.)

So, this is where we’re going to eat.

Dinner and breakfast, over there.

There are four rooms over there.

This place looks like one of those places in cartoons.

Yes.

Why don’t you sit over there for the greeting?

– For the introduction. – Over here?

– Yes, that sounds good. – You can sit and explain.

I guess it’s better to do it sitting down.

– Don’t you think? – Shall we?

– Let’s prepare the meal. – Yes.

I feel like I have to work harder since they paid us.

I felt like that, all of a sudden.

We will get ready.

Okay. I will get ready too.

(Don’t bother the CEO.)

I am done. I finished counting. The amount is right.

Natalie, Deanna, Leigh.

(Woo Shik, Natalie, Deanna, and Leigh went on a long journey.)

Are you guys okay with climbing?

– Yes. – Yes?

We actually climbed Mount Halla.

Really?

(They climb up the sloped bamboo forest instead.)

Here, we have spare towels and…

(Breathing hard)

(Let’s gather our strength.)

This place is pretty big.

Yes. This place is really big.

(They come across a big field.)

Later today,

another group of two guests is coming.

I believe they are really handsome.

(He livened up the atmosphere.)

This is Seon.

You guys are staying at that place over there.

(If you walk under the camellia trees…)

Jin means “truth”.

Seon means…

Do we change into these shoes?

Yes.

These are Korean rubber shoes.

People used to wear these a long time ago.

(Youn Stay has rubber slippers that were made…)

(with inspirations from the traditional rubber shoes.)

(The cornelian cherry blossom and camellias represent Gurye.)

You guys can take these home.

(Why am I so small?)

So, here is the map.

– Oh, you have 2. – I have 2.

Let me take one!

Did I give you a key?

No.

Hold on. Did I not bring the key?

Oh, here it is. I have it. Okay.

You guys can take off your shoes.

This is actually a really old-fashioned lock.

First, you have to put it this way. Up and push.

Okay.

– Can I go in? – Yes.

(The first guests entered the room.)

So the things here… This is the body soap.

This is actually eco-friendly solidified shampoo.

(Fascinated)

– Really? – Yes.

This is toothpaste.

– Toothpaste? – Toothpaste?

– Really? – Toothpaste?

– We can try it. – You guys can try this one.

These are the lanterns.

We can hold this.

Yes. Walk like this at night.

– It’s free. – We can try…

to play like ghosts.

Yes.

This is the washroom.

– Okay. – Okay.

This is the room where you guys are going to sleep.

Because it’s really old-fashioned, there are little gaps.

It’s really hot underneath,

but your face is going to be cold when you’re sleeping.

I hear that it’s good for the skin.

Yes. It is, actually. That’s what we were saying.

– So we can just walk around. – Walk around and take pictures.

You guys can go anywhere.

This is a gift for guys.

There are little note pads and pencils, I think.

– Thank you. – Thank you so much.

– Thank you. See you. – Okay.

– See you. – I’ll see you soon.

Yes.

(After showing the guests to the room,)

(Woo Shik remembers something.)

(He walks energetically.)

Here…

(He visits the supply room.)

(He gets bottled water…)

(and runs as if he is in a teen movie.)

(Back to Jin)

Natalie. Do you guys have water?

– Okay. – Thank you.

Okay.

All right.

(He got them extra bottled water.)

(His steps are light now.)

– You’re back. – Yes.

What did they say? Do they like the room?

They were very fascinated.

The woman in a padded jacket…

– That one. – Yes.

– Natalie. – She said…

When I told her that her face might get cold,

she said it’s good for the skin.

She knows what she is talking about.

Let’s give her a free dish. The kuruma shrimp Jeon.

– The kuruma shrimp Jeon? – Yes.

(Laughing)

Okay. The kuruma shrimp Jeon. The kuruma shrimp Jeon.

Woo Shik and Ms. Youn get along very well.

– Right? – Yes.

They are staying at Jin.

Yes. I think they will walk around the area.

– Is everything coming along? – Yes.

– Hurry up and slice the meat. – Okay.

– Woo Shik. – Yes. You need more soy sauce.

– What? – Aren’t they going anywhere?

No. I think they will walk around and take photos.

Okay. It’s coming along. Okay.

Okay.

Someone is excited.

(I am in a good mood.)

All of them study…

neuroscience. The study of the brain.

They are incredibly smart.

They are intellectuals.

– They study the brain. – Yes.

Ms. Youn, why don’t you sit down?

I don’t know. It’s harder to sit down and stand up.

– Give me the big ones. – Okay.

– Give me the big stems. – Okay.

Then I will make them smaller.

(They get busy preparing for dinner early in the afternoon.)

– There you go. – Okay.

(What are the guests doing?)

Gosh, look at this. Youn Stay.

Is it a magnet?

(Inside the pouches that Woo Shik left…)

(are small gifts for the guests.)

(Magnet, note pad, hand mirror)

This is a mirror.

Yes. What is this?

Hand mirror.

It’s pretty.

It’s pretty.

I am going to give this to my mom.

My mom loves things like this.

I like it here.

(Thank goodness they like it.)

(Let’s take a map and explore the surroundings.)

(They walk along the path.)

(They pass through the bamboo forest that stays green even in winter.)

(They see the persimmons that are hanging up to dry.)

Look, there are chilli peppers.

(They might make unexpected discoveries.)

My goodness.

There are jujubes too.

(While the guests enjoy Youn Stay,)

(they prepare dinner in the kitchen.)

My goodness.

(Gochujang)

50.

(A big spoonful)

(What is she making?)

(Glancing over)

Are you making the sauce?

Yes.

(On top of the spicy gochujang,)

(she squeezes out the sweet and sour ketchup.)

(She adds sweetness with sugar.)

(She adds more sweetness with oligosaccharide syrup.)

(She balances the taste with soy sauce.)

(Mixing)

Try it and see if it’s spicy.

(She is mindful of the guests’ tastes.)

(Eating)

– Yes! – Is it okay?

Yes, it’s tasty.

(She transfers the sauce to the blender.)

(Shaking)

(She scrapes the bottom.)

(She adds the sharp flavour with black pepper.)

(Adding whole garlic)

(Blend the ingredients.)

(The spicy, salty, and sweet sauce is ready.)

(Later on, this sauce…)

(will coat the sweet and sour chicken.)

(Pickled cabbage will add a refreshing taste.)

(Nodding)

(Crunchy)

(Everyone will fall for the taste.)

Very nice!

Hold on.

(But preparations have just begun.)

Tofu.

Tofu? Okay.

(Why is she suddenly looking for tofu?)

(10 days ago, the day they learned the recipes)

(Crunchy)

It’s so tasty.

I don’t think we need to make tteok-galbi.

(They are eating…)

(the signature appetizer of Youn Stay.)

(Bugak and bean sauce)

(Bugak, tofu,)

(soup soy sauce, brewed soy sauce, yuja syrup, and perilla oil)

(Fry the bugak in clean oil for 5 seconds.)

(Add brewed soy sauce and soy sauce in equal amounts.)

(Add yuja syrup and perilla oil.)

(Shake up the ingredients.)

(Tofu will add softness to the sauce.)

(Emptying)

(Blend the ingredients until the mixture turns creamy.)

It became so creamy.

(The texture is like cream.)

– Taste it. – Put it here.

(Nodding)

(Okay.)

(The bean sauce for the bugak is ready.)

(It’s an easy and tasty sauce.)

It will be amazing to dip dried pollack in it.

I know.

Woo Shik, when is the next pick-up after 3pm?

– What? – When is the next pickup?

– I forgot. – Is it 3:45pm?

– 3:30pm. – 3:30pm?

– Yes. – You don’t have much time left.

– What time is it now? – 3pm.

Who is supposed to come at 3pm? Two guests.

Caleb.

I will go and pick up the guests.

– Okay. – Stay there.

– Should I go? – I will go.

– I will be back. – See you.

(Woo Shik sets out for Guryegu Station.)

(He stops at the main entrance.)

(A car enters at a distance.)

(The family that arrived in their own car…)

(are sanitizing their hands and checking their temperatures.)

Hello.

– Hi. – Hello.

Hi.

Nice to meet you.

Chris?

This is Chris. I’m Jennifer.

Okay. Nice to meet you.

My hands are clean.

– Hi. Nice to meet you. – Nice to meet you.

This is Logan and Caroline.

Logan and Karen?

– Caroline. – Caroline.

Nice to meet you.

My name is Woo Shik. I will be your server today.

Okay.

Welcome to Youn Stay.

– This is neat. – Yes.

It’s very traditional.

These are actually real houses from a long time ago.

This is the reception area.

People are kind of busy making food right now.

Excuse me. The guests are here.

– What? – The guests are here.

What guests?

Chris.

– Chris? – We should welcome them.

Please take these gloves off for me.

You guys can come on in. You guys can come on in. Sorry, yes.

Hi.

– Welcome. – Come in, guys. Come in.

Are you not cold?

(The mom feels the same way.)

(Hopping)

Hello.

– Hello. – Hello. How are you?

– Welcome. – Hi.

Hi.

– I need to go. – Chris’ family, right?

Please come in.

Come in. Why don’t you have a seat?

– Have a seat here. Yes. – Okay.

(Improvement: Check-ins at the table)

How long have you been in Korea?

– A year. – A year.

Do you like it here?

(Nodding)

– Yes. – Okay.

Your alien card number. It’s because of COVID.

Would you like to see the map…

of this place?

Just one person.

Here.

Where do you live, actually?

– Ulsan. – Busan?

– No. Ulsan. – Ulsan.

Ulsan. Oh, I see.

How far is it from here?

– Did you drive? – It took about three hours…

to drive here.

You are staying in which room? Seon.

(Where is Seon?)

– Well… – You are staying…

We are old. But we will do our best.

– Okay. – You won’t be disappointed.

Okay.

We will try our best.

– Okay. – This is the key for you.

– Okay. – And then…

– Dinner. – As for dinner, you can have it…

at 6:30pm or 7:30pm.

What time do you prefer?

– Shall we have it earlier? – Sure.

– 6:30pm. – 6:30pm? Okay.

What do I need to know?

– What? – What do I need to know?

– You have to take their payment. – Oh, yes.

I need to have the money.

(Carefree)

Thank you.

Woo Shik.

– I will take you to your room. – Okay.

Woo Shik is out. I will do it.

– Thank you. – Thank you.

– Have a good day. – Yes. You too.

We will see you soon.

– We will serve food… – Okay. We will see you again.

– for the meal. – Okay.

What are these hanging things? What is this?

Do you know what “Gam” is? Fruit?

– Persimmon. – Yes.

Oh, okay. Cool.

Watch your step.

(They carefully walk up the stone stairs.)

(When they get used to the stairs,)

(they enter the spacious upper village.)

(The awkward atmosphere)

– What’s your name? – I’m Caroline.

Caroline?

(They walk in a line.)

(They arrive at the entrance of Seon.)

(Seon is surrounded by the forest.)

(The Vice-President is out of breath.)

(Glancing over)

(His facial expression turns serious.)

Hello.

(The guests of Jin 2 were taking a walk.)

(He is confused about the room.)

This is Seon.

(Thankfully, the guests of Jin 2 leave.)

This whole place is for your family.

– Okay. – There are two rooms.

These are complimentary items…

(What are they?)

for your family, okay?

Oh, nice.

Let me show you the rooms.

Do you want to go up?

– Sure. – Shoes off.

You’ve got to take your shoes off, guys.

They are staying in the other room.

They were just walking around…

– and taking pictures. – Is it okay for us to do that?

– Walk around and explore? – Of course.

Let me show you how to open this.

– It’s very Korean. – This is very old-fashioned.

Yes.

Oh, how neat!

– What’s neat? – Look. The lock.

Did you see how the lock works?

– Cool. We will play with it later. – You can try it later.

(It’s time to check out the rooms.)

(I see.)

Neat.

Amenities are all complimentary for you, so you can…

– Okay. – use them or take them.

Okay.

(He opens the other room too.)

(Look at that lock.)

(They check the second room as well.)

Nice.

And if you want…

You can close the door if you want to.

This is so neat.

Any questions?

No, I don’t think so. I think that covers it.

I know where the bathroom is. That’s the main thing.

(Laughing)

– Thank you. – You are welcome.

Thank you. I will see you…

– at 6:30pm. – 6:30pm. Okay.

– Okay. Bye. – Thank you. Bye.

So how do you want to do it? Do you want to do boys and girls?

Yes. Boys and girls.

We have two rooms.

Boys and girls? They are kids.

– Okay. – Do you want your own room?

– Yes! – Which room do you guys want?

– We want this room. – This room.

Okay.

(She enters wearing the fur rubber shoes.)

This place looks great!

(Children’s room)

(Adults’ room)

(The room assignment is complete!)

Do you want to see how the lock works?

It’s so cool.

(They were curious about the lock Seo Jin opened.)

Okay.

(The entire family tries opening it.)

– Can I do it? – Okay.

I want to try it.

(Fiddling)

– I broke it. – You can get it back in there.

Let me do it.

(Trust your dad!)

I thought I broke it.

Cool.

First, I want to check out the complimentary stuff.

(He brushes his hair and calms down his heart.)

Oh, I am taking this.

Oh, look at this.

(He sees a familiar face in the card.)

Hey, this is the man who greeted us.

Mom, look. This is him.

Is that the name?

(The man he saw earlier)

Cool.

What else is in there?

Pencils.

Nice! I am going to take them home.

(The boy loves the pencil set with the traditional symbols.)

I didn’t know it was eco-friendly!

– What’s that? – There is no… There is no waste.

See?

The shampoo is in a bar…

and the toothpaste isn’t in a tube. So there is no waste.

That’s kind of cool, right?

Here, put all your things in your… You are excited, aren’t you?

Okay, Logan. I am getting this side.

(I will clean up my side.)

What is this?

They are traditional games.

(There are top and jegi sets for the kids.)

Are you ready?

(They try the top!)

– Whack it! – You got it!

Can I try it?

(The dad tries it as well.)

Daddy’s got it!

(He becomes a top master in no time.)

– Can I try it? – Yes!

(She is motivated by her husband’s success.)

(The adults are having more fun.)

Mommy!

Hey, go back.

I am not very good at this.

Go, go!

(She roots for her mom with her entire body.)

Oh, good. It’s going!

Do you want to make a big plane?

(They fall in love with the top.)

(The entire family is having fun.)

(Flailing)

I am going to show you guys something. Come here.

(Mom and Dad follow.)

(Is something in here?)

Oh, it’s a secret room.

What is it?

There is another room. Another one!

(Don’t leave me behind.)

Is this an escape?

No, no. You guys come through here.

It’s so cool!

You already figured this out?

Yes. We discovered it.

(They are thrilled with the big discovery.)

I don’t know if we should be doing this.

It’s okay.

Why do I need to crawl out?

Look. It’s so cool.

(They discovered something else.)

– Oh, this is the ondol. – Yes.

Yes. That’s really neat.

Let me take your picture with it.

(Please come to the hanok, full of secrets and adventures.)

(Secret door, Ondol fireplace)

What time is it now?

I feel like I’m staring at the meat for two hours now.

I’ll consider playing a butcher as my next role.

(Be careful what you ask for.)

You look like a butcher store owner.

How many grams do you need?

For grilling? How long does it take to get back home?

(He’ll soon become Butcher Park.)

(He’s also in charge of tasks that require strength.)

(A farmhand in the kitchen)

You look very professional.

– I do? – The way you do it.

(As the strongest hand in Youn Stay, he’s also in charge of the dough.)

(Looks exhausted)

My day ends in chopping meat again.

What is this?

Let’s make our goal for the day to not burst the tteok-galbi.

I feel like my head is about to burst.

But…

We’re already struggling with one group.

How can we do four?

– We’re in trouble, Seo Jun. – We can do this!

What if none of us are here tomorrow?

We could leave on the first train.

(Beating eggs)

I had the thought.

It’s easy to run away since we’re in Korea.

I don’t think we can do this.

It’s already too late for me.

(The tteok-galbi is dough gets done as they joke around.)

(The tteok-galbi with chestnut balls inside are ready.)

Seo Jun is making tteok-galbi all day long.

Right. For the whole day.

– And the chestnuts. – I’m going crazy.

He’s going crazy.

Where did Woo Shik go?

(This is a different situation from before.)

(Pick up the Australian and Dutch guests)

Hello!

– Hello! – Hello.

Nice to meet you. I’m Caleb.

– Oh, Caleb! – Nice to meet you.

– I’m Tim. Nice to meet you. – Nice to meet you.

– Thank you for having us. – You’re welcome.

Where are you guys coming from?

– Yeosu? Seoul. – Seoul. Yes.

It’s a very long way here, right?

(The Australian and Dutch guests seem bright and friendly.)

Did you guys eat yet?

Just some gimbap and that was it.

I believe we’re serving dinner around 7:30pm.

– Okay. – Perfect.

It’s cold.

It’s very cold.

Are you okay with the weather?

– The coldness? – Yes.

I’m from Perth, from Western Australia.

And it is… It never snows and is never cold.

So, this weather is actually really nice.

Because back home, I never get to be in the cold weather.

That’s good.

– Wait, so you’re from Australia. – Yes.

I’m from the Netherlands.

– The Netherlands. Oh, okay. – Yes.

– The Vikings! – Yes.

Yes! No?

– I’m not sure about myself. – Okay.

I’d like to be a Viking.

The place, where we’re going, Youn Stay is…

very old-school, traditional…

Like a hanok?

– Yes. – Sweet. Yes.

Also, there’s little gaps between every door.

There’s a lot of wind coming in or out.

– It’s nice and fresh. – Yes.

At night. It’s…

But the floor is really steaming hot, so it’s okay.

– Oh, there’s ondol. – Yes.

So, how long have you been in Korea for?

About a year for me.

Also about a year now.

So, he’s Caleb…

and I’m sorry. What was your name again?

– Tim. – Tim.

Because someone said your name was Michael.

(Joking)

You can call me Michael.

(Pretty laid back)

You’re Michael from now, aren’t you?

Apparently, yes.

You guys can call me Woo Shik.

– Woo Shik. – Yes.

You guys are studying…

– Korean. – Korean, yes.

Oh, okay.

No wonder you’re so good at Korean.

You know hanok, ondol…

I’m terrible at Korean language.

– No, it’s good. – So bad.

You know how some people, they’re really good with languages?

But, me? I don’t think I can be bilingual.

Because before when I think, it was in English,

and when I speak, it was in English.

But now, I think in Korean,

and translate it in my head and then speak in English.

That’s pretty impressive.

Do you dream in Korean or…

Before, it was in English.

– But now, I dream in Korean. – Right.

That’s the hardest thing. I think with Korean,

it’s the sentence structure.

– It’s so different from English. – Yes, right.

I still have to translate. So it’s like…

After thinking, I translate.

That’s good.

I can’t yet think in Korean, but…

– one day. – One day.

That’s what we keep telling ourselves. One day.

(Soon, that day will come.)

Okay, now we’re here.

– Oh, this is really old-school. – It’s crazy.

– This is awesome. – Amazing.

(You’ve arrived at…)

Right.

(the cozy and comfortable Youn Stay.)

Here we can sanitize our hands,

check our body temperature.

You can just stand in front of the camera.

Oh, thank you.

– Did we do it? – Yes.

(Filmed safely according to regulations)

This is the reception area.

(Once you come through the door…)

– Hello. – Hello.

– Please come in. – Please come in.

It’s beautiful.

This is very nice.

So, this is Ms. Youn.

– Hello. – Our boss.

– She’s the boss. – Hello.

Yes, I am the boss.

Okay, so you’re from Australia.

Yes.

I think we need to have some kind of alien card,

because of COVID.

This is good. Yes.

(Meanwhile, the Vice-President…)

(is back at the Beverage Team’s station.)

(He’s preparing something.)

(What is he doing all of the sudden?)

(2 hours ago, when the first guests checked in)

(The Kitchen Team heads somewhere.)

Should we make…

some kind of welcome tea?

A simple tea in a cup like this.

– I think we should do that… – Yes.

– with the next guests at least. – Let’s do that.

– How about this? – Good.

– That looks good. – I agree.

(Once they slip the idea into the Vice-President’s ear…)

– We need to serve welcome tea. – Right?

(Even though he pretended not to care…)

(Improvement: Serving welcome tea for the guests)

(Delicately serving the right amount)

This is the map of our place.

And I think you’re supposed to be in Jin.

– Jin 1. – Jin 1.

– So, he will… – It’s this room.

– Okay. – Good.

– There’s a… – Show your room.

There’s 1 and 2.

So, someone else is staying in here.

Oh, okay.

Oh, yes. We need to decide your dinner time.

How about… Can you eat at 7:30pm or something?

– I can eat all day. – 7:30pm it is.

So your dinner will be served at 7:30pm.

7:30pm sounds perfect.

– Good. – Excellent.

Have you got any allergies? No?

No allergies for me. I eat everything.

– Spicy is fine. – Good.

– Very good. – We’ll give you a lot of kimchi.

That’s okay. I like it.

This is a welcome tea.

– Thank you very much. – Very good.

Looks like a special kind of tea.

Ms. Youn, how do you say the name of this tea?

I don’t know the word in English.

It’s…

– Some kind of root. – Yes, some kind of root.

It’s good for your health.

– It’s good for your health? – It’s good for your health.

It’s local, traditional tea.

– Traditional tea? – Yes.

– Thank you. – Thank you.

(First time ever trying burdock tea.)

– It’s really good. – It is really good.

I’ve never had anything like this.

(Searching for the English word)

Oh, the name of this in English…

(Searching for the English word)

Oh, the name of this in English is burdock. Burdock.

I’ve never heard of burdock.

– Burdock. – Burdock. Me too.

– Never heard of it. – It’s really good for your health?

– It is. – Supposedly.

We’ll find out later. Okay?

(Surprised)

– Let me know. – If we don’t wake up tomorrow…

– Then it’s the tea. – Let me know…

what happens to you.

(Rhythmical sounds of a knife hitting the cutting board.)

(Chef Jung is cutting up the ingredients.)

(Three colours of paprika get cut and piled up.)

(Cutting a zucchini…)

(for the kuruma shrimp Jeon)

(Oyster mushrooms and black mushrooms)

(And even button mushrooms with a great scent)

(The ingredients are being prepared by Chef Jung.)

(Checking the rice is also important.)

The rice looks good.

(Cleaning up the kitchen whenever she can)

(Doing light dishwashing before it gets piled up)

(A beet)

Do I need to peel this?

No, just…

This is quite soft right now.

Slice it like this, then peel the skin.

– Oh, okay. – Do that.

(3 years ago, when she was a section head…)

(The fire’s not on.)

(She wasn’t very used to the work.)

(Gasp)

(That’s what she was like.)

(3 years later)

(She got promoted to main chef.)

(Her chopping skills have improved.)

(We didn’t speed up the footage.)

It came out so nicely.

Make me some more.

(She’s now head of the kitchen.)

– Wow. – It’s written weird.

– Everyone praises the food. – “Youn Stay”…

– Right? – “A nice experience”.

(She serves the food herself.)

(She even takes out the trash.)

– The bag is full. – Food waste?

Seo Jun, get some fresh air.

– Mr. Park. – Yes?

– Good luck. – Good luck.

– Mr. Park. – Well done.

(I’m loyal to you.)

– No. – As you wish.

I’ll do as I wish this time. Seriously.

Yu Mi is really good now.

– You should pass it down to them. – I should do that…

– and retire. – Yes.

(Current time, 6pm)

(The kitchen head checks things one last time.)

The joraengi tteok is ready.

(The joraengi tteok is being soaked.)

The soy meat is ready.

The bell peppers and stuff are all ready.

The tteok-galbi sauce.

– We’re… – We’re 90 percent ready.

We just have to cook when the orders come in.

(Confident)

(Up until then,)

(they had no idea.)

(They’re busy prepping for dinner.)

– What time is it? – What time is it?

It’s really hard work.

We still have to make tteokbokki.

Isn’t this too tough?

– Isn’t this insane? – I prefer the restaurant.

– Hi, welcome to Youn Stay. – Welcome.

(The Nepali family checks in.)

(And now the guests are coming to eat.)

Everyone’s here now.

We’re full.

(The dining rooms are full.)

We can do it. We can do this.

What do I do now?

What… I…

Do we prepare the appetizers?

– You must take the orders. – Right.

We must set the tables.

(The ideal state)

(The current state)

We need charcoal.

Where’s the charcoal?

– I’m making it now. – Now?

– There’s no vegetable broth? – None.

What should we do?

The dessert is a failure.

(Appetizer, main, meal)

(Difficulty of cooking: High)

(Difficulty of serving: Highest of high)

Are you all right?

I’m not.

(Can they serve dinner successfully?)

(What about breakfast?)

(It’s from 6:30am.)

(It’s from 6:30am.)

(6:30am the next morning)

(They must be alert to prepare breakfast.)

(In charge of dumpling soup)

(In charge of pumpkin porridge)

(Youn Stay’s breakfast setting)

I think we can serve the food now.

(Good morning)

Good morning.

(Explaining fluently)

(Very traditional and authentic)

What’s wrong with this?

It won’t shut?

Actually, this is not my house. I don’t know.

(Yum)

(Yum)

(It was okay?)

(Oh, really?)

(Woo Shik)

– Everyone’s calling him. – Woo Shik.

– Woo Shik. – Woo Shik.

– Pour the coffee. – Woo Shik.

Coffee.

– Woo Shik. Are you okay? – What?

No.

Originally, the mornings…

We said mornings would be okay.

Mornings are not okay.

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