Hello Counselor – Seo Yoojung, Hongbin, Ken [ENG/THA/2016.11.07]

By | August 9, 2019


We will counsel you on your unspeakable concerns. National – Competition on Worries! / – Competition on Worries! The still beautiful – She’s even more beautiful. / – actress Seo Yoojung. (Seo Yoojung) We also have VIXX’s Hongbin and Ken. Hello, everyone. (It’s nice to see you.) Can you pose as if you’re coming out of a cartoon? (They stepped out of a cartoon.) – That’s so cool. / – Yeongja. I think I saw you in a cartoon as well. – Which one? / – She was an important character. – Doraemon? / – The running girl’s mom? (That’s her.) Is it the track star’s teacher’s wife? You look familiar. (We think it’s her.) Welcome to the show, Yoojung. I heard that your ideal type is on stage with you. – Yes. / – It can’t be. – He’s here. / – I heard about it. She cried when I got married. (Dongyeop’s sure it’s him.) Dongyeop. I’m the one who cried. (Disappointed laughing) My ideal type is here. (Who does she like?) He’s on this side. – It’s you. / – It’s Taejoon. I don’t think she’ll like someone immature like me. – Immature? / – I get what he means. – She’s older. / – She’s mature. – Don’t you like me? / – No, no. – That was aggressive. / – She’s aggressive. She goes right for the kill. I actually like Chanwoo. (Her ideal type is Chanwoo.) What’s wrong with you? Yes. What’s wrong with you? I like men who make me feel comfortable. – Am I like that? / – Yes, you have a huge face. (She likes his big face.) – Doesn’t he look soothing? / – It’s his charm. Right. Right. Thank you. Your hand’s cold. I have a big, flat face. Why not me? (You aren’t my type.) Point taken. Thank you. Hongbin had an interesting past. Were you a boy monk? – Yes. / – Really? The first boy monk turned idol singer. My parents both worked so my grandma raised me. – She loved going to the temple. / – Because of her… She lived at the temple and so did I. Did you shave your head? – It was very short. / – I bet you were cute. You must have temple friends, then. – Temple friends? / – Yes. – Very close temple friends. / – Do you? (Hongbin, the boy from the temple) You’re releasing a new song. – Yes. / – Yes, soon. We’re still practicing. Shall we skip, then? You’ll be the first to hear the song. (You’ll hear VIXX’s new song here first!) Play the music. (“The Closer” by VIXX) (The powerful dance suits their teams’ concept.) (They dance in perfect sync.) (Captivating your eyes and ears) (Bravo, VIXX) We have three worries. Show us the keywords please. (The keywords are revealed.) (Wife, Life, Me) Mine is titled “Will You Look at Me?” I’m in sixth grade of primary school. I am so lonely. Every morning “Jungyeon! Wake up!” “Get up right now. Hey!” “My sweet little boys.” “Are you up already?” “Why are you up already? Sleep some more.” The sons she’s talking to are her two dogs. They’re not even human. They took my mom and her love from me. “Jungyeon, do you believe this?” “Miso called me mom.” – A talking dog? / – “He said mom.” My mom is getting worse every day. How long do I have to put up with this? (How long do I have to put up with this??) I sympathize with her because my dad loved dogs. – He was famous for it. / – He had as many as 12. He loved them so much he had separate photo albums. There were four of them. I understand the feeling. I hosted “Animal Farm” for many years. He’s the “Animal Farm” guy. We get so many calls. – Really? / – People think their dogs can talk. We get so many calls, even from abroad. Someone wrote in to us. This man was delivering a parcel. He called and someone answered but never came out. It turned out to be the goat. (What a coincidence) “Are you in?” That was funny. Let’s meet the girl who yearns for her mom’s love. (The poor little girl) (Ko Jungyeon) – She’s pretty. / – She’s so cute. (She’s so cute.) Take off your shoes. – She’s adorable. / – Come on up. – You’re so cute. / – She’s sweet. – You look mature. / – How could your mom favor dogs over you? – Exactly. / – How could she? Sit up straight. Do you really think your mom loves the dogs more? – Yes, I do. / – Do you really think so? – Yes, really. / – It’s possible at her age. Can you tell us how or why? First of all, my mom calls me and the dogs in a different tone. To the dogs she says “Oh, my babies. What do you want?” But she won’t even look at me and it makes me upset. – How does she call you? / – Does she yell your name? How does she call your name? – She just says “Jungyeon.” / – Without looking? – Without looking? / – The tone’s different. It’s so dry and emotionless. How long did you have the dogs? Are you talking to a friend? That’s not how you talk to a little girl. “How long did you have the dogs?” Are you a village chief? (Yeongja’s appalled.) – I need some water. / – Drink up. How long did your mom have the dogs? – Do tell. / – We got them seven years ago. She works and we don’t live with my dad right now, so we adopted them out of loneliness. But I feel that they stole my mom from me. – I’m even more lonely. / – Tell us when and how you felt left out or upset. – Tell us. / – List it all. We get indigestion if we eat too quickly. – Mom tells me to jump or drink soda. / – Soda? When Miso chokes, she takes him to the vet and spends 1,000 dollars. That’s how much she spends on the dog. – Were you upset? / – Yes. – I have growth pains. / – Right. So I asked Mom to massage my legs for me. She said those pains will go away and refused to massage me. I just dealt with it. But when one of the dogs limped, she massaged him all through the night. Even the neck. – Is this true? / – What? – Did she massage the dog? / – Yes. She values them more than me. – I’m sad. / – I see. I’m so shocked. She’s holding a dog right now. Her own daughter’s talking, and she’s staring at the dogs. – She’s on national TV with her daughter. / – Yes. And she isn’t looking at her daughter? She’s looking at the dogs. Is she the mom? She has to be. Look at her right now. Okay, then. How should I introduce you? Are you Sarang and Miso’s mom or Jungyeon’s mom? I’m Sarang and Miso’s mom. (She’s the dogs’ mom.) Not Jungyeon’s mom? Everyone knows I’m her mom. – Okay. / – But… Can you introduce your dogs to us? Him over here, isn’t he handsome? He’s my first son. He’s a seven-year-old Maltese terrier. He’s so sweet and thoughtful that whenever I’m upset, he listens to me. He listens. He really does. – Sorry. / – He listens. We communicate. – What about Sarang? / – He’s two. – He’s cute. / – Isn’t he cute? – He is so cute. / – Right? He can’t sleep without me and I can’t without him. – Really? / – Yes, really. He’s so sweet. I want to ask about what Jungyeon wrote about Miso. Did he really say “Mom”? He comes and looks at me when I wake up and makes sounds as if he’s talking to me. – He does. / – That’s not “Mom.” – He… / – It sounds like he’s in pain. – Ma’am. / – Can you make him talk? – Son, show them. Don’t just pant. / – It’s so calm. It’s an early-morning thing. He does that when he wakes me up. Isn’t it risky to sleep with dogs? – It’s not. / – Now tell us about Jungyeon. She’s my daughter. – What? / – What’s she like? You talked about how your dogs listened to you. She’s my daughter. She’s cute and talks so well in front of a huge crowd. She knows everything. – She doesn’t. / – She’s only 13. If I try saying things like “My baby” to her, she knows it’s fake. I know she does. So I don’t say it. – You heard what she had to say. / – Yes. Is she exaggerating or is it all true? – The dogs look up at us when we eat. / – Right. I tell her to hurry because I feel sorry for them. Don’t you feel sorry for her having to hurry? – What if she gets sick? / – Is that wrong? She just has to eat faster and go to her room, so the dogs won’t have to suffer. Do you remember when she ended up getting sick? I bought her soda and everything. Soda doesn’t cure indigestion. – That’s an outdated cure. / – She needed medicine. Did you spend 1,200 dollars on Miso or Sarang? Miso. Jungyeon wanted to go swimming so we went to a doggie pool so they could come along. I’d never washed them in cold water before. They only had cold water in the doggie showers. Miso ended up with bronchi stenosis. The endoscopic examination cost a lot. Don’t they wash in cold water? It’s a shock to their system, so no. (I feel sad now.) What else happened that upset you? Sometimes Miso and Sarang lie on my bed. I can and should tell them to move. Mom says, “They’re sleeping. Sleep somewhere else.” That means I have to sleep on the floor. Does she blame you even if the dogs do something wrong? Yes. How do you think the dogs treat you? They ignore me. – I see. / – They have a pecking order. Do the dogs ignore you? How? When Miso’s in Mom’s lap, I look because he’s cute. He glares at me then barks. Mom says, “He doesn’t like it.” “Go to the bathroom.” (You’re annoying him.) (Shocked) (She did nothing wrong.) So I sat on the toilet. For annoying the dog? I’m sure she was just joking. – Ma’am. / – She stares at the dog first. But Miso doesn’t like that. Then she should stop staring. “Just don’t do it.” “Why do something the dog doesn’t like?” What? Why? I think you treat your daughter like a dog. Why don’t you tie the dogs up in the bathroom? – They’re… / – I can’t tie them up. – Don’t you care / – What if she doesn’t like… – about your daughter? / – What? You’re upsetting your own daughter. Don’t you realize that? – Was that too challenging? / – Actually… A bit too much for an actress. – I got upset. / – What? She doesn’t have to do such things. Why do what the dogs don’t like? Think about it like this. You say the dogs don’t like that. But your daughter doesn’t like some things, too. Can’t you acknowledge that? She went to sleep in her own bed and you chase her off because the dogs were sleeping. Is that the same thing? When we’re asleep, – we get angry if we’re woken up. / – Yes. It’s the same thing. They fell asleep first. She can sleep somewhere else. Where else? I always sleep on the floor. – Do you? / – She can sleep on the floor or in my bed. Even the sofa, wherever the dogs aren’t. – They get irritated. / – Don’t you wake Jungyeon if she’s in your bed? – She was there first. / – She got there first. – Is that okay? / – I send her away – to her bed. / – Why? The worst thing is to not discipline your dogs. – You have to teach right from wrong. / – Stop. They’re clueless. They’re spoiled. She ignored Dongyeop, too. – Exactly. / – She was doing this. The dogs’ training isn’t the issue here. I think someone has to see you and tell you the difference between the dogs and your daughter. – Is there anything you do for Jungyeon? / – Right. More than the dogs. I take her out for meals and to see movies. I do most of the things she wants to do. Do you suggest activities? Of course. I do the best I can. – Does she take you places? / – No. – Then what? / – We go to places – she wants to go. / – What? Where, for example? I wanted to go to the military festival and begged her to take me there. She said it would just be a bother, but the very next day we went to a dog festival. – A dog festival? / – She dragged me there. The military festival’s an annual event. We went there last year. There’s next year. – And the dog festival? / – And the dog festival? Such events rarely happen in Daejeon. – Oh, Daejeon. / – I wanted to see the dog products. – So we went. / – Ma’am. Didn’t you know she didn’t really want to go? It’s fun. There’s a lot to see, like cute dogs. (Are dogs all you care about?) Jungyeon’s cousin is here and knows what’s happening. Let’s see what she thinks about it. – Hello. / – You’re the cousin. – Use your other hand. / – Switch hands. She’s struggling. You were holding a dog. I can see that you look tired. Speak up. He’s very heavy. I think my aunt’s a bit extreme. I visited her once when I was in primary school. I happened to slam the living room door shut. Miso’s front paw got caught in the door. My aunt said, “You’re so careless.” “You hurt the dog.” She scolded me about it. I was surprised already, but then she called my mom. She even called my mom. “I won’t let her visit any more.” “She’s too careless.” (I won’t let her visit any more.) It was so upsetting. Did you stop visiting? I did visit, but… It bothered you. – I can’t shut the doors any more. / – Right. – She’s traumatized. / – It’s possible. She’s traumatized. One time, Sarang was crouched on the floor. I wanted to pet him because he looked so cute, but he suddenly jumped up and bit my face. – Your face? / – There’s a scar. – Where? / – Here. (She has a scar.) It’s small. – The dog bit you? / – I bet you were scared. I cried because I was scared and hurt, but Mom said, “Sarang, don’t bite.” She should’ve scolded him. I asked her to put ointment on my face for me. Of course she should do that. She said, “You can do it yourself.” So I did it myself and that’s why I have a scar. – Why… / – Why’d you do that? (It makes no sense.) – Why didn’t you do anything? / – Explain that. They don’t bite if you leave them alone. – She didn’t have to look. / – She favors the dogs. Why go up to him and get bitten? She got bitten. – It hurts. / – She’s all grown up. Yoojung has a point. – Whatever the cause, she got bitten. / – Yes. – Then she needed treatment. / – Yes. She was wounded. – I told her to apply a cream. / – Yes. – I told her to use a cream. / – What are you doing? – She got hurt. / – I told her to use a cream. Ma’am. It happens more than once. It happens frequently. – She shouldn’t… / – You should train the dog. – Stop the dog. / – Stop him. Train the dog to stop. She’s family. – I’d fight if you were a man. / – Why can’t she leave the dog alone. She could just pet him. It’s her fault for sticking her face in too close. – Leave him and he won’t bite. / – Does he bite you? – I groom them myself. / – Okay. Sometimes I make a mistake and get bitten. That’s my fault. I deserve to get bitten. – So it’s natural? / – Yes. This is serious. Did you deserve to get bitten? You really need to train your dogs. This can be corrected. There was this dog that got fixated on balls. It bit anyone who tried to touch the ball. – But an expert trained him in one sitting. / – How? By giving him hundreds of balls. (A confused dog) It’s true. I’m serious. The dog changed. (I don’t like that man.) Ma’am, did you ever consider training or correcting your dogs? They’re still babies. I don’t want to scold them. Can you not stand watching them being taught? It’s okay if I’m the one scolding them, but I can’t stand anyone else telling them off. – Can’t you? / – No. Even if it’s Jungyeon. She could be nice to them because they’re her little brothers. She yells at them. Why would you yell at babies? I think you’re very mistaken. You say they’re family and siblings, but you don’t scold the dogs when they do wrong. You expect too much from her. Teach the dogs so they are socialized. You’re not wrong, but Jungyeon can talk. She communicates her thoughts. You said he says “Mom.” They… – Right, they talk. / – You said he talks. It’s really annoying in a way because sometimes she talks like the dogs have human rights, – but when she’s cornered, they’re dogs. / – Right. There’s always a way out. Jungyeon, what do you think you mean to your mom? Someone lesser than her dogs. (Someone lesser than her dogs.) – This is how she feels. / – Look. (You poor thing.) “They’re sleeping. Sleep somewhere else.” – “Sleep on the floor.” / – Where else? “You’re annoying him.” “Go to the bathroom.” What do you think will happen if this goes on? Once I hit puberty, I don’t think we’ll talk. – I see. / – She’ll shut her mom out. – Once you hit puberty. / – You’re getting there. I think that she’s approaching that rebellious stage. That’s why I think she’s complaining. No, it’s not that. People tell me that I have to gain control. If I don’t whip her into shape now, I never will. – Her? / – Before puberty really hits, I have to train her. – Why her? / – It’s the dogs that need training. – Ma’am, tell me. / – What? Did Jungyeon upset you in any way? – Is that why… / – Yes. Is that why you’re doing this to her? – We live apart from her dad. / – Yes. I adopted the dogs to keep her company. After a while, she started to leave me to be with her friends, though. I’m always left alone with the dogs. These two are the only beings I can be with. She may be young, but did you rely on her company? I still do. I can’t live without her, to be honest. – Of course not. / – The dogs, too. I say I love her when we hang up the phone, but she just says “okay” and hangs up. That puts me off. – One time… / – You’re fighting with your child. Once she was sleeping and I wanted to give her a hug. She pushed me away saying it was too hot. These two come to me before I ask. How sweet is that? They’re warm and comforting while she pushes me away. Are you saying that you feel a little bit betrayed? And scared, too. – Why? / – That I’ll be left alone. Okay, We do understand that. – A dog and a child… / – Is your mom alive? No, she isn’t. – Did she die early? / – Yes, when I was six. – You were young. / – Yes. (She’s alone now, raising a daughter) (and she fears separation.) Do you admit that you acted as if you were pushing your mom away? (And…) Do you feel sad? How do you feel now that your mom said she wanted to be around you? I think it would’ve been nice if your mom had told you so outright. “You did this and that upset me.” “Could you spend time with me?” She never said that, right? See? You kept it all inside, Ma’am. You treated your daughter like a friend. – Right now… / – You should have talked to her. Jungyeon’s crying right now. Why are you crying? I’m sorry to my mom. (I’m sorry to my mom.) I see. (Her sincere tears) (make her mom cry as well.) – I think Mom’s sorry, too. / – I can understand. – Dogs can’t cry like her. / – Right. I’ll try harder to understand her. (She’s such a sweet daughter.) I wish Mom would listen to my stories of daily life and friends more. I learned a song called, “Serenade To Spring” and learned to play it. I wanted to play the song on a recorder, – but she said… / – What’d she say? She told me to stop making Sarang bark. So I… – She stopped you? / – You wanted to play for her. – She yelled at me. / – She yelled at you? So I stopped playing. (She’s making Yoojung break into tears.) Is she your daughter, Yoojung? (Is she your daughter, Yoojung?) You seem quite upset. Sarang is very sensitive to the sounds of instruments. I can see that he gets thrown off by the sound. He’s singing to it. – I mean… / – Maybe he’s enjoying the sounds. She kept bothering them with the noise. Shouldn’t your daughter be the priority? If she played for you right here, would you let her play this time? Try it. – Do you have to say it like that? / – I’ll listen. Try it. I’ll listen. – Give it a try. / – Go on. – Don’t look at me. / – Give her a round of applause. (Go, Jungyeon.) (Are you listening, Mom?) (She’s paying attention for the first time.) (She wanted to play this tune for her so much.) (She must’ve practiced for days with her small hands.) (The melody keeps playing.) (He’s not barking.) He’s not barking. (Good job, Jungyeon.) You did well. The dog wasn’t even barking. I know. – He’s not doing anything. / – He likes it. How did you like her performance? She wanted to play this for you. You’re good. Good job. – Tell her she did well. / – You did well, Honey. Yes, well… – It felt insincere. / – When you introduced your dogs, you were very generous with the compliments. I don’t think you’ve been complimenting her enough. Jungyeon is good at many things. She’s a good dancer and a good student. On my birthday, she made seaweed soup for me even though it was ready-made. – She’s a good kid. / – That’s still very thoughtful. – How sweet. / – When I’m too tired to make dinner, she makes riceballs. She even leaves letters for me. I know she’s doing well, but I’m not very good at paying her compliments. You said you weren’t shown affection when you were young and didn’t learn how to do that. – Yes, it’s hard for me. / – If you do the same to her, she’ll be like that as well when she grows up. It’s a never-ending cycle. You can start now. – It’ll take courage, but you have to start. / – Yes. I had no idea she was suffering so badly. It wasn’t because I hated her. – Of course. / – We know that. I’m sorry if I hurt Jungyeon’s feelings. Love is all about expressing your feelings. Do you have any last words for Mom? I’ll try harder from now on, so I can start getting compliments from you. (I’ll become a better daughter.) Tell her that you want to be loved. I want to be loved by you, Mom. (I want to be loved by you, Mom.) (Be good to her.) Let’s see how everyone else thinks. I think it’s a worry. What I found disturbing was that she addressed her dogs as “babies” and called Jungyeon by “she” or “her.” That really stayed on my mind. I think it’s even more a worry for a girl her age. (She’s spaced out.) – Yoojung? / – Right, yes. You’re really feeling for her, aren’t you? – She’s basically her mother. / – Are you okay? Did you ever get treated differently growing up? I also think it’s a worry. I was the youngest one. I don’t think I got enough love I needed. I’ve always had a hard feeling about that. So I know for a fact that people don’t know they’re loved unless they’re told so. It’s easy to get misunderstood. I really hope that today becomes the turning point and you start showing her more love to your daughter. Press the button if you think it’s a worry. (What does the audience think?) – In five, four, / – In five, four, – three, two, one. / – three, two, one. Time’s up. Do you have anything to say to your daughter? I love you, Jungyeon. I know you’re a good kid, Honey. Who’s the priority? Show us you’re willing to change. Jungyeon comes first before Miso and Sarang. Whose mom are you? I’m Jungyeon’s mom. All right. Isn’t that good to hear? Let’s see how many votes they got. (The result) How many votes did “Will You Look at Me?” get? The last digit is four. Did it go over 100? 154 votes? It’s 144. That was close. (They’re currently leading with 144 votes.) (I’ll be a better mother.) “My Wife Likes Water.” I’m a man in 30s who has trouble with my wife’s needs. My wife wants it dozens of times a day starting from the moment she wakes up. “Honey.” Oh, she’s speaking with an accent. – Which accent? / – It’s of Gyeongsang Province. – You’re bad at accents. / – “I can’t wait any longer.” “Give it to me.” “How many times do I have to give it to you?” “Try to hold it back.” “I told you I can’t.” “Give it to me.” “Give me some water. I’m dying of thirst.” She was talking about water? Don’t get surprised, everyone. The suggested daily intake of water is two liters. My wife drinks 10 liters of water every day. – Really? / – Is she some kind of a dehumidifier? – That’s a lot. / – She’s a human dehumidifier. “Honey, why do you keep going in and out of bed?” “Did I wake you?” “I drank too much water and had to go to the bathroom.” I’m getting better at this. (He’s proud of himself.) She wakes me up every hour or two. Whenever I try something romantic, she spoils the mood. “Honey, I think I have a cold. I can’t stop coughing.” “That’s because you don’t drink enough water.” My wife thinks water is the cure for every illness. When we went to see a doctor during her pregnancy, the doctor said her blood was too thin from drinking too much water. She said she should cut down on water. Even today, she finishes a two-liter bottle at once. Is there any way to make her stop drinking water? (Is there any way to make her stop drinking water?) That’s a strange story. – 10 liters? / – How much water do all of you drink a day? – Ken? / – I think I drink about a liter since I sing a lot. – A liter? / – That’s still a lot. I think I drink at least a liter and a half. I drink water frequently. Isn’t the big bottle on a water cooler about 10 liters? – Yes. / – It’s close to that. – She drinks that much? / – It’s the biggest bottle. I think it’s about 10 liters or so. She drinks that much water every day. Every day? Let’s get the husband in here. Come on out. (This guest has a wife who is addicted to water.) (Choi Kyungcheol) (Welcome) You must drink lots of water yourself. – Your skin looks really soft. / – It does. I was just born with it. Oh, I see. Does she really drink that much water a day? Yes, at the very least. Sometimes she drinks more. (Sometimes she drinks more.) She empties at least six two-liter bottles a day. It’s a lot of recycling, not to mention the money. I got her a water cooler at home. But that didn’t stop her from drinking from the two-liter bottles. How expensive can it be? I mean, it’s still water. It costs at least 200 dollars a month. – 200 dollars a month for water alone? / – For water? 200 dollars for water? People usually take 500ml bottles when they go out. Hers is a two-liter bottle. How much do you drink? Do you drink a lot? I don’t drink that much. I drink about a liter a day. When I don’t drink enough water, she nags me. Whether it’s a headache or a stomach ache, she says it’s because I don’t drink enough water. Does she take nothing but water when she gets sick? – Is water her medication? / – She had a cold and the doctor told her to drink warm water. She can’t take pills right now because she’s pregnant. The doctor told her to drink warm water, but she doesn’t like drinking warm water. She only drinks cold water. (His wife only drinks cold water.) She gets even more sick by drinking only cold water. That’s not very good. You said that the mood gets spoiled when you try to be romantic. How does her drinking water spoil the mood? When we were still newly-married, I tried doing something romantic. – “Come here, honey.” / – But she said, “Wait.” “I’m thirsty. I’ll go drink some water first.” After she came back, I tried it again. But this time she went, “I need to go to the bathroom.” When this was repeated, it spoiled the mood. I ended up saying, “Never mind.” I turned my back against her and slept. “Never mind.” What if she keeps drinking water with a hose? She’s not that serious. – Bathroom… / – Like getting an IV fluid. Do you have children? Yes. We have a daughter. And she’s currently pregnant. – How did you manage… / – How did it happen? I targeted the niche market. In between water and bathroom breaks. It turns out I’m talented in finding the time. – What if you go on a trip? / – When we’re on a trip – What happens then? / – Yes. Because she drinks a lot of water, she goes to the bathroom often. We have to stop at every service station. We’ve never made anywhere on time. We’re always 30 to 40 minutes late. She must take a long time. Once or twice in a lifetime, everyone experiences… You can’t believe how much water comes out of you. There are times like that. – It just won’t stop. / – Yes. You’re scared that it will never stop. That happens to everyone once or twice a lifetime. – Yes. / – Right? At one service stop, I ranked number one. – Did you? / – Yes. – The fly-hitting game. / – I see. – There were people / – That was unnecessary. – who erased the flies. / – What? Their urine was too strong, – it erased the fly drawings. / – Hey. I told you not to mention me. – I shouldn’t have talked about myself. / – Stop it. – What’s wrong with them? / – I got cringed. – Was that supposed to be fun? / – Men are like them. – Was it a scripted comedy show? / – I know. What was that gag? (They’re like a gag duo.) All right. Let’s meet his wife. She drinks 10 liters of water every day. It’s her. The one sitting next to water bottles. – Hello. / – Hello. Hello. (His wife came out with a pack of water bottles.) Do you really drink 10 liters of water a day? Yes, I do. – Really? / – She’s amazing. Do you measure your water intake? – Are you trying to drink 10 liters a day? / – Right. Not really. It’s just a force of habit. Isn’t it tough? It must be tough to drink that much. It was tough at first, but I’m used to it now. Now I can’t live if I don’t drink. How many bottles of water do you drink in a year? We put those water bottles next to her so that she can drink comfortably. – There are about 20 of those. / – Right. It looks like she’s already drunk about three bottles. – How many bottles did you drink? / – Five bottles. – She already emptied five bottles. / – Oh, dear. (One hour before the shoot,) (we delivered water to the waiting room.) Leave it open, dear. (She took out a bottle immediately) (and started drinking it with her friends.) (She didn’t stop drinking.) (Even during the meeting with the writer,) (she emptied one bottle.) (This time, she took out the water she brought.) (She drank and) (drank again.) (She even drank a bottle of soda.) (When she left the room,) (she made sure to take her water bottle.) – Are you not drinking / – Water… – because we’re talking to you? / – I need to drink. – Go ahead. / – You can drink. Drink comfortably. Normally, we would stop drinking at this point. – Right. / – Oh, dear! You don’t have to force yourself because you’re on TV. (She emptied two thirds of the bottle in one go.) Only one third is left. She drank two thirds. She drinks a lot in one go. – Do you feel better now? / – Yes. – When do you have to drink again? / – Interesting. In about ten to 15 minutes. – Ten minutes? / – Yes. What was the most amount of water you’ve taken? One time I got really upset and frustrated. So I drank half of a two-liter bottle in one go. – You drank a liter of water. / – In one go. Does she change if she doesn’t get to drink water? She becomes slightly sensitive. When I ask her what we’re having for dinner, she says, “Just eat what I give you.” If I think she drinks too much water, I’d stop her from drinking. She replies, “Why do you care how much I drink?” – “What’s wrong with it?” / – Are you the same age? She’s a year older. (She’s got the charisma.) – She’s older. / – She’s nevertheless yours. When I don’t drink enough water, my mouth dries and my saliva turns white as if I ran a 100-meter dash. – You mean you feel like that. / – That’s what happens. I heard that there’s water you prefer. Water has different tastes. – Each water has different smell and taste. / – Really? – Every water’s different. / – Yes. – I had no idea. / – I prefer the one from Je… – Where? / – From Je… – Jeju Island? / – Yes. You’re allowed to say Jeju Island. – From Je. / – From Je something. – “Samda” something. / – Yes. Can you guess which water you’re drinking? When I was really sensitive, I guessed every brand. – Every brand? / – Yes. So we prepared water bottles from different brands. – Really? / – This is very interesting. We’re going to do a blind test. We prepared four different brands of water. – I’m curious. / – Please come to the stage. (She will join us on the stage.) – It’s okay. / – Please sit here. – Her skin is flawless. / – Her skin is flawless. It keeps moving around. Here we go. (Can she identify the brand that she likes?) – This is interesting. / – This is Water Number One. – Water Number One. / – Yes. Water Number One. – You can drink as much as you want. / – Yes. (She tastes the first one and moves onto the next.) – It’s Water Number Two. / – Water Number Two. It’s like a sommelier examination. (Can she distinguish the tastes?) I think she’ll get it. – Here’s Water Number Three. / – She’s very careful. – It’s like drinking wine. / – It was produced in 1937. – It’s… / – She’s like a wine sommelier. She’s a water sommelier. (She specializes in tasting water.) – I’ll get chills if she gets it. / – Will she get it? Will she get it? (She only took a sip of each kind.) (Can she distinguish her favorite kind?) – I think it’s Number Four. / – Sorry? (She chose Number Four without any hesitation.) – Number Four? / – You think Water Number Four is – the brand you like. / – “Samda” something. How is it different from the others? This is – How’s Number Three? / – a little greasy. – Greasy? / – Can water be greasy? – Wait. / – The water is greasy? – Give it to me. / – Is it greasy? – Really? / – I want to try it. – Try it. / – This – has a sweet aftertaste. / – She might be wrong. I think this has a different aftertaste. – It is sweet. / – What? It’s sweet. It has sweet aftertaste. – No way. / – What are you talking about? – I don’t think so. / – No, it is really sweet. It’s so sweet! (He’s just joking.) – It hurts my head. / – This is just bland. – It’s bland. / – It’s bland? – It’s bland. / – The sweetness hurts my head. It’s actually different. I think the difference between No. 3 and No. 4 is its temperature. Number Four is colder, and Number Three is lukewarm. – That’s why they taste different. / – Right. Let’s check which brand of Water Number One is. Water Number One is… (Water Number One is…) – You said it was No. 2. / – It’s from water purifier. – It’s from water purifier. / – She was right. – No. 1 is from the water purifier. / – No. 1 is. Number One tasted a little bit like tap water too. – Number Two is… / – She’s right. – How about Number Two? / – Number Two is… (Water Number Two is…) – Brand E? / – It’s the water we drink. – It’s what we always drink. / – Yes. It’s not it. Here’s Number Three (Now only Number Three and Number Four remain.) (Did she really pick the right one?) Isn’t Number Three from the brand “Samda” something? – What is it? / – What’s the greasy water? – It’s the tap water. / – The tap water. – She said it was greasy. / – Is it Number Four then? – Really? / – Why did you pick Number Four? – Number Four was much sweeter. / – Was it? – It was sweet. / – It was. – Let’s see. / – It’s frustrating. She got it. (She got it right!) (They are impressed.) – That’s amazing. / – I thought you might not be able to distinguish it, so I asked them to prepare this test. – But you were precise. / – She really got it. She is surely a water expert. – She’s a water expert. The top water expert. / – Yes. (Hello Counselor approves her as the water expert.) If you like drinking water that much, you can just enjoy it yourself. Your husband drinks a lot, too. Isn’t drinking a liter a day sufficient? When you drink a lot of water, you get nice skin. You don’t get constipated. – All those went away? / – You’re not constipated? I’m not. Congratulations. I heard you wake up often to go to the bathroom. – Of course. / – How many times do you go to the loo? I never counted it, but I go once in every hour or hour and half. So you go to the bathroom about 20 times a day. Yes, that sounds about right. – Don’t you get tired of it? / – I’m curious. – You go to the bathroom very often. / – Yes. Have you thought about reducing the water intake because it’s so inconvenient? I tried reducing the water intake. I tried, but I became even more thirsty. So instead of taking a sip, I drink the whole bottle. I think you must be worried about her health. I saw this on the news. If you drink more than the recommended amount, your bodily sodium concentration can become very low. – Right. / – Yes. – It turns out her blood is a little thin. / – Yes. That worries me. She is currently carrying a baby. Because I am pregnant, I was worried about my excessive water intake. So I asked my doctor to check the baby frequently. It turns out the baby is very healthy. That’s good. The doctor checked if my nerve system had a problem. So I got tested at a neuropsychiatry clinic. They said I was normal. Do you ever feel like there’s something wrong with you? In the winter, when I drink a lot of cold water, it’s cold. One time, my body shivered beyond control. – You caught a chill. / – Yes. They say lukewarm water is better for everyone. When you drink cold water, you get more thirsty. I heard a lot of things like that, but I got really stressed about stopping myself. And I drank even more water than usual. So it’s better to drink than to get stressed. Were you stopped to drink water when you were little? No, it wasn’t like that. Nine years ago, my father suddenly passed away. Diabetes caused liver cirrhosis. Arteries in his oesophagus got ruptured and he died. And I witnessed that moment. When that happened, I was so frustrated, and it felt like my heart was tearing. But I couldn’t drink alcohol. So I started drinking cold water. And the water slightly washed away the feelings. – I know how that feels. / – Yes. – That’s when it started? / – That’s when it started. At the time, you were hurt and frustrated. That’s why you drank a lot of water. Are you frustrated right now? It’s like this. I want to depend on my husband. When big things happen, I want to discuss with him. He doesn’t do that? – Moving is a big event in life, you know? / – Yes. I want to discuss it with him, but when I bring it up, (He doesn’t pay attention.) he does this. And I don’t feel like talking to him. When we went to buy his basketball shoes. Usually, – men finish shopping within half an hour. / – In five. But he went into every single sports brand store. – He’s the tiring type. / – He tried on everything. – Finally he chose one brand. / – That made me thirsty. But he spent another hour deciding the size. In the end, I told him which size to buy. After buying them, we went around for 30 minutes. Then he said he had a favor to ask. – I asked him what it was. / – He wanted to change it. He asked me to cancel the transaction. He said he didn’t like the shoes. Would you be happy if your husband decides everything on his own? – That way, I’ll be less thirsty. / – It’s frustrating. – I see. / – I see. How long did you think to apply here? – How long did it take you? / – You’re right! It’s been six years. It didn’t take six years, did it? Tell us honestly. It took about three years. (It took him three years to decide to apply.) Really? – Hey. / – He’s very frustrating. – It was his final goal. / – Men don’t know it. – I don’t think I am that indecisive. / – Wait. – You sound pretty indecisive. / – You do. When I ask him, “Do you want to eat jjajangmyeon?” – He shakes his head. / – He says no? If I say, “Do you want shabu-shabu then?” That’s not nice. When you cook at home, does he eat without complaining? No. She sighed. Why does she sigh? – They should switch seats. / – Cucumber, carrot, – water parsley, fish, mackerel, / – He won’t eat. – oyster. He won’t eat those. / – No seafood. He only eats a specific brand of seaweed. – Fried egg… / – Isn’t it easy to cook for him then? But when I cook only what he likes, he complains. He asks for another dish. He sounds very immature. Isn’t he immature? – He’s very immature. / – What else does he do? When there are events, and if they are hosted by our friends, we should go. – Of course. / – Yes. But he says, “Why do we have to go?” – There’s no reason? / – He’s slow-witted. Just give them a present. He still lacks skills of fulfilling responsibility – as an adult. / – Yes. If you decisively make decisions, and if you lead her when she’s not sure what to do, women will love it. – Your wife will be much happier. / – Be decisive. This is what people do these days. So do this. Yes. She might want you to be strong and manly. Right? I want it a lot, but I am more aggressive in most times. You idiot. It took him three years to be here, but he’s losing. I know. Who’s here to complain? – They should switch seats. / – What else? I know. The person sitting next to her is her friend. – Hello. / – Hello. (Her friend is here.) What do you think as a third person? She really drinks a lot. I drink four liters a day. – Four liters? / – A day? – When she said she was coming here, / – That’s a lot. We fought several times because of this. – Why? / – Why would you fight? Girls go to sauna quite often. – Right. You go there to sweat. / – We order drinks. We usually order three to four drinks. When they’re nearly gone, we fight for the rest. – You fight for water. / – Yes. Tell us from your perspective. Do you think she just likes drinking water or she drinks because of her husband? What is it? I think she likes drinking water. – It’s not her husband. / – It’s not her husband. (His face brightens.) So what she said is not convincing. We interviewed her friend for this shoot. And she said there’s something she wants to tell her. – Right. / – Yes. Her kettle is a little small. – A kettle. / – When she came to my place, she asked to borrow it. I told her to take it, and she never returned it. You’re asking her to return your kettle? – Yes. / – I want to make some tea. – I want to get it back. / – That’s what you wanted? – Yes. / – Tell her. Can you return my kettle? No. – Why do you want it? / – Why not? Her kettle can boil four liters of water. It’s huge. – Where did she buy that? / – Our kettle is small. – You can buy one. / – You can buy one too. You can’t find it now. – It’s an old one. / – The old one. The huge one. – Yes. / – We used to put it on top of a heater. – Right. That’s it. / – That’s understandable. It’s hard to find it these days. Have you ever been offended by her then? She doesn’t drink filtered water. She always makes tea. – She boils balloon flower roots. / – That’s good. One time, I went to her place. When I asked for water, she said she didn’t have any. So I drank filtered water. When I turned back, she was in the balcony. When I went there, she was drinking the tea alone. – She was drinking it secretly. / – Yes. – The tea! / – That’s cute. It’s because she doesn’t just drink a glass. – She would drink the entire four liters. / – Right. She has lust for water. It won’t be easy for her to stop. Have you ever asked people around her for help? Like she said earlier, she was hurt because of what happened to her father. She told me that when we were dating. I thought I’d try and help her ease it up a little. I tried making the process fun. I tried many things. But she never talks about her problems. His shoulders are heavy with responsibilities, and because I know that, I didn’t want to bother him with my problems. – Then, / – She’s amazing. what do you want him to do to change your habit? When I’m left alone in the house, I tend to drink more and more often. If we take a short walk together and do more things like that, I’ll drink less. I hope he will help me with that. If you take a walk together after work, – she will drink less water, / – It’ll benefit him too. and he won’t waste time too. Taking a walk every day is a little… – Every day is too much. / – Yes. Then let’s pick when you will do it. – Will it be every other day? / – Right. – Perhaps two to three times a week? / – Two to three! – That’s enough. / – That’s all she wants. – She doesn’t want it every day. / – Are you happy? We can start with two to three times a week. Later on, we can do it every day. We need to do that. If there’s anything you want to tell her, say it now. If you have something to talk about, I may not be able to fix the problem, but I can listen. I want to help you with what I can. Please drink water moderately like other people. If you can’t do it, please reduce it to five liters. – I hope you will do that. / – Five liters! I hope we will be happy forever. I love you. (He says he loves her.) Let’s start with Ken. I think it’s a worry for both people. I think as long as he’s open-minded like this, – it is not a worry. / – It’s not a worry. – I also think it’s not a worry. / – Find a solution. I think for once he should let her drink all she wants. When you let her do what she wants, – she might eventually / – Right. – change for better. / – They’ll understand each other. – All right. / – Yes. If you sympathize with him, please press the button. (What do the audience think?) All right. – In five, four, / – In five, four, – three, two, one. / – three, two, one. Time’s up. Please say something to your husband. Thank you for always being on my side. Thank you for being the pillar in our family. I will try to drink less water. Let’s always stay by each other. – I love you. / – All right. Before we check the result, please show us how many empty bottles there are. Should I go? I will help. Let’s count together. – One. / – One. – Two. / – Two. – Three. / – Three. – Four. / – Four. – Five. / – Five. – Six. / – Six. – Seven. / – Seven. She drank seven bottles! (She drank 3.5L in three hours.) I don’t drink that much in a day. Let’s see how many votes the worry got. Show us the results for “My Wife Likes Water.” How many votes out of 200 did it get? Will the number be over 100? (Will the worry take a win?) Let’s see. Let’s see. – It got 73 votes. / – It got 73 votes. (The worry got 73 votes.) I need you to play a doctor for the narration. Thank you. As an actor, have you had a role of a doctor before? – No, I haven’t. / – Is this your first time? – Yes. / – Taejoon, sit over here. – Okay. / – Sit over here. It’s “My Weary Life.” Hello, I am a mother in her 70s who is without luck. Looking at my son fills me with anger and frustration. “Are you drinking again?” “I told you many times not to drink so much.” “I will stop drinking tomorrow.” “Gosh, you are so annoying.” “You will die if you drink so much.” “I would rather you eat dog’s poop and die.” Dog’s poop! This is quite intense. – It will be hard to eat that. / – Since his divorce, he drinks every day. “Grandma, Dad passed out drunk in the living room.” “Gosh, he is sleeping here again.” “You jerk! You should sleep at your room.” “Grandma, Dad keeps shouting and getting angry.” “You jerk! Be nice when you are drunk.” “Why do you harass your child?” “Let your children sleep.” “Eat dog’s poop and die.” (Eat dog’s poop and die.) I don’t know what sins I have committed in past life to be stuck with cleaning up after my son. I was upset the most when I went to the hospital with him. “His liver has high AST and ALT levels.” “He should be hospitalized right away.” (He should be hospitalized right away.) You did a good job. – Good job. / – Let’s hear it again. – Again. / – “His liver has” – “high AST and ALT levels.” / – Wait a minute. Not all doctors have that kind of voice. “He should be hospitalized right away.” (Stop talking. I order you to be hospitalized.) My son ended up being hospitalized for eight days because of acute alcoholic hepatitis. However, he drank the day after he was released. My son is in his 40s. I don’t know why he acts like he has no future. Please help him see sense. (Son, please stop drinking.) She must be very worried. – Ken, do you drink a lot? / – Do you drink soju? I don’t enjoy drinking, but I can drink three to four bottles of soju. – You drink a lot. / – That’s a lot. I bet you drink for a long time. – I think alcohol is the enemy. / – Why? Many of my relatives – suffered because of alcohol. / – They got sick. – Some even passed away. / – My goodness. I have many bad memories associated with alcohol. – You witnessed that since childhood. / – That’s right. A mother in her 70s who is worried about her son sent us this worry. Let’s talk to her in person. Please come on out. (Who is worried about her heavy drinker of a son?) (Kim Sundeok) (Welcome) She is beautiful. Please introduce yourself, Ma’am. Hello, I am Kim Sundeok from Daejeon. – All right. / – Welcome. (She is beautiful.) How much does your son drink? He drinks too much. He drinks every day. – I see. / – My goodness. He drinks in front of the TV. – He turns on the TV and drinks. / – He watches the TV. He drinks two to three bottles of soju a day. (He drinks two to three bottles of soju a day.) – 2 or 3 bottles of soju. / – He doesn’t drink outside. He drinks at home. – He doesn’t drink outside. / – No. – It’s a small relief. / – It must lessen your worry. – It’s a bit better. / – At least you can watch him. Does he currently live with you? Yes. Since his divorce, my son and my grandchildren live with me. How long ago did your son get a divorce? It has been eight years. That means he has been drinking for eight years. – He began to drink in larger quantities. / – I see. If he drinks two or three bottles of soju a day, – doesn’t his body suffer? / – I know. Of course his body suffers. Last year, he had to be hospitalized because of high AST and ALT levels. He stayed in the hospital for eight days. Before his release, the doctor told him to stop drinking to avoid cirrhosis of the liver. He should listen to his doctor. However, he continues to drink. – It occurred to me that he might die / – Right. from cirrhosis. It makes me worried and frustrated. I bet. She is worried, but I think her son drinks every day because he is suffering. Let’s talk to her son. Hello, it’s nice to meet you. – Hello. / – Welcome. Do you like drinking? Yes, I do. Have you liked it ever since you were young? I didn’t drink that much in my 20s. I only drank one bottle of beer a week. Ever since I got a divorce seven years ago, drinking became a duty. (Drinking became a duty.) – It became a duty. / – Yes. – It’s a habit. / – Yes. I became very lonely since the divorce. I came to depend on alcohol to console myself. – Don’t you worry about your health? / – Seriously. I do worry about my health, but I can’t help myself even after the hospitalization. (He cannot stop drinking.) Instead of drinking alone, you should meet your friends and engage in a hobby. I rarely see my friends. – You rarely see your friends. / – That’s right. You drink every day. Don’t your children worry about you? They tell me that they are worried. However, I think, “I will drink no matter what you say.” Who looks after the children? My mother does. (His 70-year-old mother takes care of the children.) Has your mother raised your children all along? I have raised them since one of them was eight. – At first… / – How old are they now? They are in seventh and eighth grade. She has raised them for a long time. At first, it was hard. – I had to do everything a mother does. / – Right. Often, I want to rest. It seems like I am without luck. (It seems like I am without luck.) My husband passed away when my children were young. (Her husband passes away.) I struggled to make a living. (She struggled to make a living.) I sold vegetables on the street. I have endured until this age. I didn’t know I would have to raise my grandchildren. I understand. – Please hold her hand. / – Okay. It’s hard. She must have been very frustrated to visit this show. She must be worried that her son might die. It occurs to me that he might die. I am glad you are here. (She wishes he would think about his children.) Do you often see your dad drink? – I see it every day. / – I see. I go to bed around 11 p.m. When my dad gets drunk and wakes me up at 1 a.m. to clean up the bottles. I clean up and go to bed after 30 minutes. – His sleep is disturbed. / – That’s right. Is there anything else that you don’t like? Once a week, he scolds me for no reason. Why does he scold you? Can you give us an example? He scolds me for not speaking properly. He is inarticulate in his speech. I want him to fix it. He has always been that way. You are inarticulate in your speech, too. (You are inarticulate in your speech, too.) He inherited it from you. You should talk to him about it when you are sober. Never discipline your child when you are drunk. Have you ever resented your dad? Be honest. – I have never resented him. / – Okay. However, he makes me very worried. Why is that? He underwent gastric resection. (He underwent gastric resection.) – My goodness. / – Really? That’s why I am worried about his health. – That little kid. / – Did he really get that surgery? – Yes. / – When? It has been seven years. – You got it seven years ago. / – Yes. Why did you get the surgery? I drank quite a bit back then. I think it was due to that. – It’s a serious surgery. / – That’s right. You drank even more after the surgery. Yes. When I got released from the hospital, I wanted to drink. Why do you think you turn to alcohol? I think about drinking the most when I see a happy family. I want to drink when I feel lonely. Have you thought about remarrying? You are young. – You should meet someone. / – I do want to do that. However, I think my children would be against it. Since I have been hurt once, I lack confidence. Let me ask this to the children. What do you think about your dad’s remarriage? – Be honest. / – Let’s say he met someone nice. If he meets someone he likes, I want him to stop drinking and live happily. – He is thoughtful. / – What does his daughter think? – She can be sensitive. / – He should do what he likes. – They love their dad. / – I’m sorry, but between someone like me and someone like Yoojung, who do you want your dad to meet? They must be confused. (The options are confusing.) Yeongja has a lot of money. – Yoojung is beautiful. / – Yeongja isn’t that much younger than your grandma. (Yeongja isn’t that much younger than your grandma.) I can be your grandma’s friend. – Seriously. / – What is the daughter’s choice? (Curious) – Is it neither? / – It’s the woman your dad likes, no? Yes. What is the son’s choice? I can be your grandma’s friend. (She is nervous for no reason.) – I prefer the woman my dad likes. / – That’s right. – What is the dad’s choice? / – What is his choice? – We came this far. / – What is his choice? Sundeok’s son, do you prefer someone like Yoojung? I am sorry. I like someone like Yeongja. I won! (He chose Yeongja.) Ma’am. Every man likes Yoojung. He chose me for your sake. He wanted to give you a friend. Listening to them made me realize – that the children grew up well. / – I know. – They are nice. / – I think they were raised well by their grandma. – They are nice and kindhearted. / – I see. Do they get good grades too? Good grades? Their grades are not that good. (Their grades are not that good.) – Studying isn’t everything. / – Actually, their grades are about average. Ma’am. Then what do you think about your son getting remarried and starting afresh? I want him to find someone he likes and get remarried. – That’s what everyone wants. / – I think he drinks – because he’s lonely. / – I see. Ma’am. You must be very frustrated, as well. How do you de-stress? I try to suppress my anger and frustration. That’s what my personality is like. I’m good at enduring anger. When I’m really upset, I run around the track at the school nearby. – I see, you run. / – And… – I turn to my sister. / – Your sister? Yes, my younger sister. I meet up with her and vent to her about my son’s drinking problem. Do the two of you drink while talking about him? (She feels guilty.) – So you do. / – She drinks. – She doesn’t deny it. / – What’s wrong with it? – It’s totally fine. / – How much can you drink, Ma’am? – It’s okay. / – A little bit. – How much soju can you drink? / – A bottle? (Just whisper it to me!) Half a bottle. She said “half a bottle.” (She said “half a bottle.”) She whispered it to me. “Half a bottle.” (Everyone could hear it.) Ma’am, everyone could hear it. Her sister is also here. Let’s meet her now. – She looks very young. / – Is she the youngest? – Nice to meet you. / – Hello, I’m her youngest sister. – I see. / – Nice to meet you. – So you’re his aunt, right? / – You look very young. What’s the age difference between the two of you? 22 years. – 22 years. / – How many siblings do you have? Oh, my. I have two brothers and six sisters. (She has two brothers and six sisters.) She’s the eldest one of the nine, and I’m the youngest. That explains the age difference. So by how many years are you older than your nephew? – They should be around the same age. / – Five years. – I see. / – You’re five years older. When you think of your oldest sister, your heart must ache. She’s a lot older than me, so she’s almost like a mom to me. – She must be. / – She’s like a mom to me. – When are you most worried about her? / – Your sister. I’m most worried about her health. – As you know, she’s not young any more. / – Right. – Her teeth are very weak. / – She has dental problems. Yes, it’s serious. She needs to get it treated, but she can’t afford the treatment now. Are your teeth in a very bad condition? It happens to everyone with age. – Right, aging does that to everyone. / – That’s true. You can’t even chew rice well, right? It gets that bad at times, but it’s okay. Everyone’s teeth become weak as he or she ages. Sir, you should take her to a dentist. It sounds like she needs treatment. I’d take her right away if I could. But I can’t afford it right now, so I feel very bad. What about you? When do you feel bad for your grandma? (When do you feel bad for your grandma?) I usually wait for Grandma outside when she comes home from work. Sometimes, she worries about her pay not being enough. I want to help her so that she can stop working. – Do you work? / – Do you still work? What do you do? I don’t really have any skills. I work at a factory. I work from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. I run errands and do petty tasks. That’s what I do. Due to our financial situation, I have to keep working even though it’s stressful. But it’s not like I earn a lot of money. It’s enough for my spending money and paying my grandchildren’s phone bills occasionally. – That’s all I can do. / – I’m still impressed. I’m worried because my son just drinks all the time and behaves irresponsibly. You work on top of looking after your grandchildren. – Isn’t it too much for you to handle? / – It is. There have been times that I wanted to run away. I wanted to give up and just run away, – but… / – You couldn’t give up your family. How could I run away? I’ll feel horrible and guilty. They don’t have a mom, so I have to look after them. I can’t run away. That’d be just wrong. Does your son have a stable job? He drinks a lot, so his body doesn’t function well. Because of it, he can’t stay at a job for a long time. – He can’t keep a job for a long time. / – Yes. – How often does he change jobs? / – He’s not healthy. The longest was eight months or one year. The shortest one was about a month. He didn’t even get paid from some of them. – He didn’t get paid. / – Yes, he has unpaid wages. It’s very stressful. Sir, you should quit drinking for your health. I never miss work, and I fulfill all of my duties. I wish my mother could understand me better. My job can be very stressful, so I become irritable often. I even get criticized by people who are younger. I drink in order to cope with the stress from work, but my mom thinks I drink for no reason. – I see. / – It hurts my feelings. Does she complain that you drink every day? – Yes. / – It’s because you drink every day. I have a reason, though. – I think you’re being irresponsible. / – What reason? Drinking could give you hepatic cirrhosis. What if you end up with such an illness? – What will your kids do? / – What about your kids? Your mother decided to come here because she’s seriously worried about you. “What if something bad happens to my son?” Right. I guess I was being irresponsible. (I admit that I’ve been irresponsible.) – It sounds like you’re offended. / – No, no. – I’d like to ask you a question. / – Sure. When you see your mother, do you feel – To be honest, / – the need to change? I want to cry when I see her coming home from work. She still has to work hard at her age. I feel terrible. Do you have any plans or resolutions? – “I should do this.” / – What’s your future plan? – I should cut down on drinking. / – Yes. I’d like to try to drink less often. If she could trust you, she wouldn’t be here now. – You feel like drinking every evening. / – Exactly. Let’s ask the kids. Tell your dad the frequency you’re okay with as well as how you want him to change. Please only drink occasionally, and don’t be angry at us. – And stop tickling you. / – It happens when he drinks? Yes. It’ll happen less often if he cuts down on drinking. My dad used to love drinking, too. But my family found out that his health wasn’t good, – Did he quit? / – so myself and my two brothers persuaded him seriously. “You can’t keep doing this.” – “Please quit drinking.” / – Yes. That made my dad realize the seriousness of the problem, and he quit smoking as well as drinking. – He needs a motivation like that. / – So now… – Motivation is what enables change. / – That’s right. We hope being on this show can give you the motivation. – Yes. / – I personally think that your mother came here with a specific goal. Please tell us why you’re here. He says every day that he’ll quit drinking, but he hasn’t kept any of his promises. I decided to come here because I want him to make a promise in front of all of you. – I won’t tell him to quit altogether. / – Right. Just don’t drink two or three days a week – and exercise with the kids. / – He should exercise. I want him to take care of his health. Sir, would you be able to cut down on drinking? – Will it be possible? / – Tell us. From now on, I will only drink once a week. (I’ll only drink once a week.) I’ll try my best. – Drink cold water instead. / – Cold water? – But I must say… / – Sir, your son seems a little doubtful about what you just said. – Does he not trust his dad? / – He smirked. Give him a microphone. – Tell us. / – Give him the microphone. – Tell us. / – Your dad promised us without hesitation. – Yes. / – If it was that easy, she wouldn’t be here. Why did you smirk like that? Be honest with us. I don’t think he can keep the promise. (I don’t think he can do it.) – Why do you think so? / – Why is that? How many times have you heard him saying it? Countless times. So you can’t trust him because you’ve heard it countless times? I think it’ll be difficult. You must trust that your dad can do it. – Only then, he’ll change. / – That’s right. – Believe in your dad. / – You should. – That’s so true. / – If you’re that pessimistic, your dad can’t stay strong. You must trust him in order for him to change, and your grandmother is here to build that faith. Sir, let’s give your kids a reason to trust you. Is there any promise you kept? No. I don’t think I’ve done much for them. That’s probably why things have gotten to this point, but I’ll be sure to keep my promise this time. – Are you sure? / – Yes. Can you promise? Then will you not drink today? I won’t. I’ll only drink on Saturdays from now on. – Sir, then… / – You’re serious, right? – Of course. / – I can’t believe you. – We have to believe him. / – After this… – Breaking this promise / – Yes. will cause immense humiliation for you. If you do that, you’re not qualified to be a dad. I actually think you should allow yourself to drink two times a week. I know because I also love to drink. Quitting drinking cold turkey is extremely difficult. You should make a realistic promise and show your mother and kids that you can keep your word. – You should show them. / – That’s more important. – What does your dad mean to you? / – Tell us. – Someone whom I cherish the most. / – I see. Oh, my goodness. – That’s what she thinks. / – She loves him. – What about you? / – Let’s ask his son. He’s very sweet when he doesn’t drink. What’s he like when he drinks? He becomes a little scary. – That’s not good. / – That’s sad. He’s a good dad when he’s sober. Can you feel how much your family loves you? I want to know if you understand your role now. Yes. I’ve always known how kind-hearted my kids were, but I didn’t know that they were this thoughtful. I think I’ve been neglecting my family too much. I’ll cut down on drinking and try to spend more time with my family. You have to change no matter how hard it is because your mother raised you all by herself. I also paid for my mom’s dental treatment, and it wasn’t even covered by insurance. Do you know how hard I worked to pay it all off? Love is making sacrifices. I got arthritis at a young age because of my mom’s expensive dental implants. I can’t believe she didn’t say no. (It was so expensive.) It was seriously so expensive. – I couldn’t even use my insurance. / – Don’t say that! Are you regretting paying for it? All right. I hope you learned many things today. And I trust that you’re here to make the changes. Ma’am. Before we vote, please say a few words to your son. You need to be strong and try to change now. Work hard for your kids and cut down on drinking. (Please cut down on drinking, Son.) What does your son mean to you? (What does your son mean to you?) No matter what people say, he’s very precious to me. Of course. He’s my precious son. All right. We’ll have the guests vote first. I think it’s a worry. (Yoojung empathizes with the worry.) I also think it’s a worry. – He’s the pillar of the family. / – Yes. He’s the head of the family. I’m actually very attached to my grandmother because she raised me. You must miss her a lot. Yes. Anyway, she’s obviously very distressed. She’s begging him to quit drinking. (Her life has been so tough.) Sometimes, I wonder how long my grandmother can stay by my side. (I wonder how long she can stay by my side.) I’d like you to think about it and keep your promise. Drink water when you’re sad. Okay. Thank you. You’re dehydrated. – Stay hydrated. / – Thank goodness. I was also on the verge of tearing up. I think that it’s a serious worry. Press the button if you empathize with her worry! (What does the audience think?) – In five, four, / – In five, four, – three, two, one. / – three, two, one. – Stop! / – Time is up. All right. Please a few words to your mother. Thank you so much for everything. I’ll do my best to change from now on. – I love you. / – Great. Now, please say a few words to your kids, too. (Say a few words to your kids.) Please go ahead. I’ll be sure to keep my promise this time, so trust me. I’ll only drink twice a week from now on. – Trust me, please. / – Okay. I love you guys. Good. Do the two of you want to say anything to your grandma? Grandma, thank you so much for raising us. I know how hard you work. I will always be there for you. (I’ll be there for you.) – He’s so mature. / – That was so touching. I’m curious to find out how many people voted for her. How many votes did her story get? Show us the result. Among the total of 200 votes The last digit is 0. It’ll certainly be over 100 votes. Will it be 130? – 150. / – Oh, my. (She got 150 votes.) This makes “My Exhausting Life” the winner of this week! (“My Exhausting Life” won.) You’ll get a 1,000-dollar gift certificate. Congratulations. Until the day we are all worry-free, Hello Counselor will continue to counsel you. Thank you! (Hello Counselor will always counsel you.) (“Next Station” by NC.A)

100 thoughts on “Hello Counselor – Seo Yoojung, Hongbin, Ken [ENG/THA/2016.11.07]

  1. imsotiredhelp Post author

    As for the second concern, I'm basically exactly the same as that lady lol. I drink around 8-10 liters on a good day, and double on a bad one. I know it's not healthy, but it's an addiction.

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  2. PhineaBlue Post author

    Idk why but I always get confused with Ken and Hongbin's names. I can tell them apart but I always call Hongbin "Ken" and Ken "Hongbin". I think it suits them better that way. Don't mind me, I know I'm weird… 😅

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  3. Cãrrïe Post author

    one the first concern it really sickens me that a mother cares more about dogs than her own daughter. What will happen if the mother gets sick to the point of bed rest and she needs help. the gods won't always be there and the daughter could refuse because of how she was treated. Honestly since they are living away from her father if the reason is between the mom and the dad and not because of abuse or anything she should see if she could stay with him maybe then she will be treated like a real person.

    the second one maybe she needs some therapy. even though it's kinda tabu there to get therapy and stuff maybe she should or visit a doctor to see if there is anything to do.

    the third one hits a little close to home for me. I also remember watching a video in health class about drinking and the affects about it. if he can't quit himself they maybe he can try a rehab center

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  4. LOO LEAS Post author

    ~IF I HAVE TO SAY I DONT LIKE ONE THING ABOUT THIS SHOW IT IS THAT THEY MAKE JOKES AT SERIOUS MOMENTS!!~
    ~IK THEY ARE TRYING TO SMOOTH THE ICE BUT I WISH THAT DIDNT DO IT ALL THE TIME!!!~

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  5. ForTaxReasons Post author

    Hongbin is always smiling at everything like actual sunshine but it's so heart wrenching to see him smile through his tears like that omg. I was raised by my grandparents too so I relate

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  6. gtbngtn_islifeu Post author

    Ken is always cute hahaha and beanie is always handsome 😘😍 i almost cry about his grandma ..

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  7. Mariëlle Weidgraaf Post author

    Omg when Hongbin started dancing I almost screamed the hell out of me 😍😂

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  8. L X E Post author

    I agree that I need to drink water often or else I'd feel weird, and I do notice that certain water brands have different tastes so I'm also very picky about what kind of water I drink.

    We have a Culligan water machine at home bc that's the water I like best. And when it's out we go and get it refilled as soon as possible. (Luckily, for us, the building is only a minute or two from our place.)

    I started out drinking water a lot bc I've always done choir and show choir. So we sing and dance a whole set list straight. (So 5-6 songs)

    Then I started doing sports and started drinking more. I know, nobody cares, but it just feels very weird to not drink water when our bodies feel like it.

    Is anyone else the same way?

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  9. sihui wang Post author

    The first Mom was a complete shit head and I feel so sorry for her Daughter. Hope her Daughter grows up, leaves her Mom, and live a happy life. She's such an ass

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  10. sihui wang Post author

    IT WASNT EVEN THE DAUGHTERS FAULT WTS I HOPE THAT MOTHER DIES ALONE. WIGH HER DOGS

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  11. Peachymin Post author

    I think the water drinking woman will eventually die from this. There's a case where the woman drank SEVERAL (and I seriously mean *many*) water bottles and her brain swelled so much it started to NECROSE from lack of oxygen.

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  12. Nazareth Post author

    Jfc I love my animals but damn, if you can love two dogs you can love your daughter & dogs at the same time

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  13. 레나 Post author

    The mom didn't talk about her side for so long but I can somewhat understand it so well? The feeling of being left alone is so strong, she'd rather show her affection to pets. It's true that you should always put your actual family first but her fear is too strong. She probably thinks that, if the worst happens, everyone will leave her but the dogs wouldn't.

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  14. Abid Limbu Post author

    The last one is so irritating like his lips kept making a weird noise is it just me

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  15. Giovana Januário Post author

    Where they using Sherlock's theme song 38:29 ??

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  16. - Post author

    Wish I could adopt the daughter from the first concern. The way they're trying to make you have sympathy for the mom is sick and the fact the daughter gets blamed and feels at fault is horrible. The mother truly doesn't deserve such a child. I wish she'd have a better life.

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  17. Rica Ivory Post author

    Am I the only one wondering what's happens to parents in a divorce? Like what happened to those kids mom? Did she just abandon them?

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  18. SULKY. BUM Post author

    KEN! HONGBIN! MY BABIES!!!!

    When I see Ken I think of Kim seokjin from bts because they are friends.

    I got so sad when hongbin was talking about his grandmother my lil baby

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  19. Joana Aaltonen Post author

    Yoojung, I love you. <3 What an amazing human being… <3

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  20. HayLin Eric Post author

    I want the rest of the vixx members to come on this show too!!

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  21. This Kong is a king!!!! Post author

    Hongbin and Ken.. i kennot … my heart.. i was crying when hongbin was talking about his grangma!!😭😭❤️

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  22. Miki mii Post author

    Other than the amount of water I'm the same as the lady. All water has a taste and it actually annoys me when people look at me like I'm weird when I say it in relevant conversation.

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  23. 미소 Miso Post author

    The first one when the actress yelled at the dog crazy mom I was like u go girl hongbin looked so shook with the First Lady he was like are u crazy

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  24. Nani Simmons Post author

    The guy is cute and I'm the same I love to drink at least 3 bottles of water a day either ruler or large size it's healthy for you and her being pregnant , will be like that I can drink anything pretty fast but I'm always dehydrated so no matter how much I drink I'm still thirsty I can only drink cold water or ice cold water and only from a water bottle

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  25. WiBaueh Post author

    The sneaky Sherlock music in the background when she’s guessing the water

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  26. juicy juice Post author

    Aw my feels..when Hongbin started to cry, tears immediately started bowling up my eyes, don't cry baby…😢. He's so handsome and sweet, love him soooooo much

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  27. Keana Blomquist Post author

    Me: Watches one concern
    Goes back to watch Ken and Hongbin dance to cleanse my soul
    Repeat

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  28. Lena Post author

    They need to call cps on this dumb ass mother neglecting her daughter for those dogs!!!

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  29. Izzy Woods Post author

    Cried for the first concern…its not looking good for me so far

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  30. neggy Post author

    I really don't like that the hosts have to stop and lighten the mood when the matter gets serious; I understand that this is kind of a reality show, and needs to be entertaining, but it's hard to watch as people have to forcibly crack jokes and laugh, even when it's clear they want to press the issue and keep talking sincerely and try to actually solve the problem – I don't like it, but I understand. I was especially pissed off in the little girl's case; all of them were so angry, and it was so obvious how fake the mother was being, but they had to smile, nod and keep their tempers down and pretend as though a resolution had been reached. I was so sad when the actress had to stop and ask for a moment if she had been too harsh when in reality we all know the woman deserved that and more.

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  31. Schialuv Post author

    unas ganas de cagar a trompadas a la madre de 1st concern lpm

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  32. sarsocchi Post author

    I swear to god. The first concern got me so mad. I wanted to just grab my computer and go outside and smash it.

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  33. GotBang Ft. Say The Name EXO Post author

    I think it's fine if drink lots of water but not to that extent. He did mention it affected her pregnancy.

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  34. Unknown Unknown Post author

    Me too I drink 5litres of water a day sometimes 6litres and i lost 2kgs in a week

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  35. Alexandria KING Post author

    if i was the first girl i would've said: 'MOm ThiS IS BULLShit. TheY'RE FUcKINg DogS IStG. WhaT ThE FUcK.'

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  36. Daphnedil Mochi Post author

    Okay…. did anybody else realize they played the Sherlock theme song in the background while she tested the waters? LOL

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  37. Minmin DaARMY Post author

    I couldn't help but cry when Hongbin started talking about his grandmother

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  38. D LS Post author

    That first concern with the mother and the dogs make me so angry. Is your dogs above your daughter? I hope she realizes that those dogs are probably going to die before her or her daughter. She needs to get her priorities straight before her daughter acts up. I am so angry.

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  39. Issa Post author

    That "mother" is really selfish and immature. It's as if it's her daughter's fault why she's like that to her, why she's lonely, etc. She's treating her as if they're of the same age and depending on her and wants her to be understanding when she's not even like that. Even though she keeps on saying that her daughter is her priority and she loves her more, i just can't see the sincerity at all. I'm a dog lover and a dog parent but i won't treat any less of a person my daughter like that.

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  40. squareyebrow Post author

    omg the red shirt dude looks like the thai actor Max Nattapol

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  41. jung sunshine Post author

    im the opposite drinking water though. idk but my body is better off with cold water rather than lukewarm. i feel better and my conditions become better with cold water idk.

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  42. IB 27 Post author

    Hongbin is so sweet and he's smile is really adoreble

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  43. sin cera Post author

    i don't think the mom meant it when she "feared saperation". i think she was just saying that just to get the audience on her side??? she's such a good actress

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  44. camellia카밀리아 Post author

    딸한테 버림받아봐야 정신차리지 쯧

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  45. Ana Post author

    I broke down on hongbinnie's words
    It seems like he was in such pain, all I wanted to do was to hug him
    He's so lovely, an amazing human being, I wish I could protect him against all the bad things in life

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  46. Its-me-yna Post author

    Wait how old is miso? And sarang is 2 years old right? Which means she is already 14 years old in human years so how are they still babies?

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  47. Maddie Kove Post author

    The sherlock music during the water tasting lmao

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  48. KaTerria Epps Post author

    I love this show but I hate when they start taking the side of the person that's causing the issue. In concern 2 the wife is drinking unhealthy amounts of water but then she cried and turned the conversation on her husband. She says it's cause her father died but I think she's drinks it just to do it. She got the sympathy from the stage now she's turning her husband into the "bad guy"😒

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  49. KaTerria Epps Post author

    I guess it's a little different in Korea because last time I checked you don't need your husband to walk with you. The 2nd concern has too many excuse why she drinks or can't drink less water.

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  50. Time Bomb Terry Post author

    I can't believe she straight up let the dog bite her daughter and then blamed her daughter for it. If that had happened here and another's child was bitten, that dog would be taken, quarantined for 10 days, and given back if the dog doesn't show any signs of aggression after that. If there's enough harm, they'll put it to sleep. You prioritize your children first. I had to put my dog down after he attacked my nephew for getting too close to the food. My nephew got lucky and the dog didn't do anything but scratch him with his paw on the leg. But I wasn't willing to take another chance.

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  51. INSPIRIT BLACKJACK Post author

    I am the total opposite from her I HATE water so I dont drink water or pretty much anything I dont really like to drink any beverages at all and ironically I have good health and my kidneys are in great shape I guess I just made my body used to not drinking anything that much…

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  52. jinho finesse Post author

    I don't get the feeling of wanting to drink because you are lonely…but I do understand how loneliness can hit you hard.. I was neglected for most of my childhood. ..i was the unfavored grandchild…my parents doesn't love each other and I was reminded of it every single day…at school I was bullied and casted aside for every single year… When my mother fall in love with my father friend and started to neglect my siblings… When my grandma cursed her own daughter to death in front of me and my siblings…when my father was abusive and negligent towards me and siblings…when he can spend hundreds for drinks with his friends but never spare us a dollar… When he decided to loan out our house for his sibling who is addicted to Gambling(they used that money to buy land somewhere and my father used my mother's name for the loan. My mother has to deal with the late payment every month even though she wasn't the one who took the money)…when my father stood and watched my mother chopped wood without helping her…when I showed my mom my first 3.0+ report card and dissatisfaction creeped up her face and no words of encouragement was given…when they finally want to divorce and wanted us to pick side..
    Loneliness is like a dangerous disease…it takes over you..it us hard to get back up… You need a good cure…and it takes a long time to heal…

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  53. tan bey Post author

    please reduce it to five litters iam dying 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  54. zinni izeki21 Post author

    oww my hongbin cry i cry to hahah icant stop my crying haha

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  55. Celina Mawajdeh Post author

    The first concern made me really angry. Im not sure why she would have a kid if she wasn’t going to care for it.
    I don’t think she’s qualified to be a mother

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  56. Alexis Sans Post author

    LONG RANT ABOUT THE FIRST CONCERN
    The mom got a serious problem. I honestly think that her child can be taken away. The dogs will bite if you don't train them. Dogs are not supposed to bite. Do you not care about your child? She is not all grown up. Yes, she can probably take care of herself to a certain extent. But she is still a child. She is 13, one of the most confusing times in someone's life. Puberty starts hitting and you need people to be there for you. I think that human life got the same value as a dog's life, but there is a difference between your daughter and your pet. I wanted to run and give the girl a hug. I would run away from home. I could never live with someone who treats their dogs wayyy better than their own blood. I want to travel to Korea and properly scold the woman. She is the one who need a 10 hour long lesson on how to care for a human being.

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  57. TJQ X_X Post author

    1:12:00 drink water when ur Sad ur dehydrated 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  58. Just Mine Post author

    When a face of an actor destined to be an idol, Hongbin's visual will never missed my soul ❤

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  59. Just Mine Post author

    That mother from the first should never even be a mother, she literally abusing her daughter, what an ungrateful woman

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  60. Just Mine Post author

    I think this show need a real person that actually spoke firmly, you can't solve the problem just by kindly giving pity to the victim, the problematic person need to be waken up too,

    Maybe dr phill need to be a guest here lol

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  61. Michelle D Post author

    OMG the mom from the first story is so frustrating. When she gets older and is unable to fend for herself are the dogs gonna take care of her? TAKE CARE OF YOUR DAUGHTER

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  62. Laura A. Post author

    Hongbin smile killing me 😍😜🤪🔥💝💕💖💓 i love him 🔥🔥🔥

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  63. STARMY! Starlight/Army Post author

    It was so sweet to hear Ken singing in the back when Jungyeon was playing the recorder! I love VIXX so caring and kind! ❤️❤️

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  64. STARMY! Starlight/Army Post author

    I teared up when Hongbin cried at the end! OOOOH MY POOR BABY! I wanted to give him a hug! And Ken! I've heard him talk about his family a few times, and I'm really glad he doesn't drink often! I wanted to hug them both! VIXX I LOVE YOU!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH FOREVER! 우리 오래 가자! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  65. stop fanwar be a good human be kind jisoo kim Post author

    The second concern the girl who drinks a lot of water. she should come to my house. We have a this thing in my place that whenever we feel too thirsty and get tired of drinking water we drink this and all the thirst will go away I should cook her that actually it's two recipes I drink it sometimes and it I say no my mom would force me to drink it and it always helps 👍

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  66. CL Bloomer Post author

    Even if hes from the temple im greafful that he became an idol vixx wont become complete without each of them

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  67. TAETHERAL7 Post author

    ken's a raving alcoholic and that is why i stan him

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  68. neilneil Post author

    Yooo I really only watched cause of vixx but fucking show really keeps tearing me up. I always cry in each episode for some goddamn reason and I was doing well. Until bean ruined it with his cracked voice and ready eyes and I just ended up sobbing again. Damnnnn iiittt ㅠㅠ

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  69. naverial 1323 Post author

    This comment is so random but i love how sherlocks opening is playing in the backround of the second one when they are dringing the 3rd and 4th water

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  70. A Watcher Post author

    WOW i didn't know a female-dog has human child

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  71. YamiAlex224 Post author

    I drink 2.5 to 3 liters of water a day. But 10 woah that is alot

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  72. nadia2883 Post author

    stop bullshitting you wanna be dog owner dog festivals are more annual then you idiot think that can even be a MONTHLY thing

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  73. Tsanamilta Amirah Post author

    me, telling my self once again "ken is hyung and hongbin is younger than him!" >_<

    and all the guest star was youngest child in their family^^

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