Raise your hand if you know what day it is. – I do. / – I do. – Seoeon. / – It’s Sunday. Sunday? Sit down. – Over here. / – What day is it today? What day is it, Sarang? – Our fourth anniversary. / – Fourth anniversary? Yes, it’s our program’s fourth anniversary. – Applause. / – Let’s all applaud. – Clap, William. / – Let’s applaud. It’s our fourth birthday. – Applause. / – Applause. Last year, we had a race. Shall we try that again? – Yes. / – Yes. – Shall we? / – Yes. (They had a fitness competition last year.) The Return of Superman’s official event, the children’s running contest. (Running like the wind) (There is no mercy.) (The set of twins had a fierce match.) Begin. (The next contestants are Sian and Daeul.) (I can do it.) – Look forward. / – Here they go. (Patting) Here they go. (This friendly race wasn’t about winning.) Race ahead first. Whoever clears that line wins. – Everybody understand? / – Yes. Seoeon, how do you feel? I’m very happy. – Are you confident? / – Yes. What place will you finish in? First place. Okay. Seola and Sua, how do you feel right now? – I feel good. / – I want to be first. Who will you support? Sua and Seola. Seola and Sua? How about you? Who should win? Seoeon. Seoeon? Then, cheer for him. – Let’s go, Seoeon. / – Okay. (His response is chic and terse.) Okay. (Feeling jealous) – Are you ready? / – Yes. – Are you ready? / – Yes. Get ready. (Start) (It’s a close contest.) All right. Let’s go. (Their thirst for victory burns.) (Zooming by) (The final burst of speed determines the victor.) (Seoeon wins.) Who won? (Did something pass by?) – I’m first. / – High-five. (His back carries all the world’s sadness.) (In tatters) High-five. (He feels sorry.) Where? Over there. (The race ends in tears.) But I won. (Nothing has changed.) All the four-year-old boys. – All right. Head over. / – Seungjae. – Sian. / – Seungjae, over here. Let’s go, Sian. – How do you feel? / – I feel great. – All right. Will you win? / – Yes. – He answers promptly. / – Can you win, Sian? – Yes. / – Can I be the referee? All right. (This smells funny.) – Get ready. / – Take the win, Sian. Take the win, Sian. – Take the win, Sian. / – No, I’m going to win. Take the win, Sian. – Take the win, Sian. / – No. On your mark. Get set. (The whistle blows.) (They amicably skip a beat and start running.) – Run, Sian. / – Go, Sian. (Seungjae runs off in the wrong direction.) – Hey, it’s over here. / – It’s over here. (He repeats himself four times.) (He brightly runs off his own way.) It’s over here. (Sian gets confused along with him.) – Over here. / – Run, Sian. (Oh, that’s right.) (Despite his last-minute effort) Go, Sian. I won. It was a tie. (Lastly, it’s the junior race.) (Pitter-patter) – Run. / – He’s doing well. – He’s doing well. / – Run. – Go, William. / – Run. (William suddenly comes to a halt.) – Go, William. / – You have to run. (Hold on. Why am I running again?) (Oh, that’s right. I was supposed to run.) (Is he okay behind me?) – Run. / – Go, William. (William is busy charting a new course.) (I’ve never seen you before.) He’s a little brother. You should run with him. (Eventually, he holds his dad’s hand.) (He makes it safely to the finish line.) All right. William. – Hurrah. / – Hurrah. – Good job. / – Good job, William. You did great. (Next time, I’ll be in first place.) It’s time to rest after the fitness competition. (They enjoy sweet yogurt.) What is she drinking? Please give me some. William. (Sua shares her drink with him.) Dad. – Is it good? / – Yes. Is it good? – What should we do? / – Thank her. (Thank you, Sua.) Give her a kiss. (Kissing) (He gives Sian a hug too.) Give him a kiss. Give him a kiss. (Their timing is slightly off.) He didn’t give me a kiss. High-five. Give me a kiss. Good boy. (Sunghoon stares at William.) (Why are you staring at me like that?) Your eyelashes are so long. (He tries to touch it.) Hey, I hear you like sunglasses. Take a look. See? Isn’t it cool? Want to give it a try? Answer me, buddy. (Then I’ll put it on for you.) I’m sorry. My head is too big. All right. It’s done. It’s done. You look awesome. Just stay still. Just stay still. (It’s an impregnable pose.) Stay very still. Okay. Stay still. Wake up. (Bouncing) Say, “I love you, Uncle.” I love you too, buddy. You’re so cute. Build a stick house. Yes, sir. (There’s perfect order under Seoeon’s command.) Hurry and build it. Is it going along well? Yes, sir. (He exudes charisma.) Guys, there’s fruit here. Let me play too. Sure. I picked a fruit. I picked it. You can’t pick it. The tree will cry. We have to pick them so we can eat. You can’t eat that. No, we can cook and eat them. I’ll pick a red one for you. You can only pick the red ones. A red one. I’m the boss here. This one here is red. – This one. / – Let me see. This one isn’t that red. This one is red. (The class president’s charisma is explosive.) – Here. / – Let me see. It’s not that red here. Get another one. – Okay. / – I’ll toss the yellows. All right. (He’s satisfied.) That one is good. The yellow ones aren’t tasty. (Sua searches intensely.) This one’s red. It’s not red here, so no. They have to be all red. It spoke. How would a straw talk? You mischievous little girl. You can just speak here. Rohui is so calm. – Me, too. / – Be careful. (Sarang the prankster takes the mound.) What are you planning to do? Don’t do it. Don’t do it, Sarang. Let’s hit him. Hit who? (Save me.) (Even Sian joins in.) Sunghoon. Sunghoon! Don’t do that. It hurts. It hurts. Don’t do that. It hurts. – Sunghoon. / – See? – Gosh. / – Don’t do that, Sarang. It hurts. It hurts, Sarang. (Oh, no.) (Eventually, Hwijae escapes.) Catch him. (They suddenly decide to corner him.) Catch him. (They suddenly decide to corner him.) What’s going on? I don’t know. Look at them. (Eventually, he runs out of energy and forfeits.) – No more. / – Run, Dad. Hold on. Kids, let’s eat. Come on. Hurry. – Let’s eat. / – Okay. I’m hungry. I’m going to eat everything. Sian, did you want to eat? (The kids gather in groups.) – This one? It’s mine. / – Yes. (They look great.) What is that? I prepared these lunchboxes. Thank you. Let’s eat together, Sarang. Thank you for the meal. What is this? Do you want some? It’s a quail egg. Is this okay to eat? Yes. I’ll peel it for you, Seungjae. The kids fill their stomachs. Everyone, attention. I have something to say. After you eat lunch, you have to sell your items well, okay? – Good things will happen. / – Okay. – Let’s go, Seungjae. / – Let’s go. Let’s go, Sian. – Let’s go. / – There you go. – Let’s do this. / – Let’s go. The Return of Superman, fourth anniversary special, “My Little Hero”.