Jinny's Kitchen (2023-…): Season 1, Episode 3 - Episode #1.3 - full transcript

As Day 3 of Jinny's Kitchen begins, the queueing begins. Their cheat code for the busy weekend is spicy fricken and hellamyeon. Will they be big hits too? The penny-pinching boss changes and even rejects customers for a break? And Seo Jun cooks for the hungry staff. After a sweet break, the customer rush starts again and they start running out of food. How will their dinner service go?

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- We can open at two, right?
- Yes, of course.

Hello. How are you?

We already have customers.


We got more customers.

- Bulgogi?
- Yes.

- Bulgogi.
- Gimbap.

This is not good.

No, they ordered one.

No, it's written two.

I'm scared.

Yu Mi can't seem to handle all the orders.

Jinny's Kitchen.


- Woo Shik, go to the kitchen.
- All right.

- So many customers.
- Come on.

We got two more customers.

- Thank you.
- Okay.

- Cheese ramyeon?
- Yes.

Tuna for the Black Buddha.

- This sauce is spicy.
- Okay.

I like spicy. It's okay.

Two originals.


- Here.
- Thank you.

Thank you.

That looks pretty good. Thank you.

- It looks pretty, doesn't it?
- Yeah.

Take it.

- Tasty, right?
- Yeah.

Very good.

What's that thing in there? Eggs?

Oh, it's cheese.

Coming here was a very good idea.

Yeah, it was.

The best food I had.


It's the best food ever.

It has really nice flavor.

Yeah, it's good.

Is it good with the cheese?

What kind of cheese is it?

An American slice.

That's what they do in Korea.

We've never been to Korea.

I've watched the convenience stores
in Korea.


From a video clip
about convenience stores in Korea.

They have hot water and stuff.

- And they add cheese.
- Like instant noodles?


I'm actually so happy about this.

Hola. Are you open?

Yes, come in.

Should we order something to share?

Yeah. Let's share the food.

We'll get one cheese tteokbokki...

It's spicy. Is that okay?

Is it very spicy?

No, just a little bit.

- A little bit.
- Is that okay?

- One cheese ramyeon?
- Yes, thank you.

Half-and-half potato corn dog.

- I'll take water.
- Two Cokes.

One Sprite?

What's gimbap?

This is gimbap.

It looks tasty.

Do you wanna try it?

Let's try bulgogi gimbap.

- Okay. That's it?
- That's it.

- Thanks.
- Thank you.

Is it okay to sit here?

Take this to your table.

Thank you.

Happy birthday.

I hope you like it.

It'll look good
with the necklace I gave you.

I got a heart necklace from her.

Take a photo.

- It's her birthday.
- Oh, really?

Happy birthday.

Thank you.

We're on fire today.


Give this to Tae Hyung.

Tae Hyung.

Purple Buddha's bulgogi.

- This one is a spicy sauce.
- Okay.

And this one?

- That's not spicy.
- Okay.

- Chopsticks?
- Thank you.

Those chopsticks are flat. They look nice.

I'm not good with chopsticks.

You have a fork too.

Can I use it?

I can't.

It looks so good.

It's so good.

I love the gimbap.

Gimbap is my favorite.

Do you need small plates?

Please. Thank you.

- What's this?
- It's tteokbokki.

Can you show us? Yes.

It looks so good.

- What is it exactly?
- It's rice cake.

Oh, rice cake.

Should we stir it
so it mixes with the cheese?

I think we should.

It's really good.

It's so good.

- It's really good.
- It is indeed.

It's almost too good.

This cheese is really good.

The cheese tastes amazing.

- It's good, right?
- It's sweet. It's so good.

Do you want me to finish yours?

It's good.

You finished the whole bowl.

Are we coming back here tomorrow?

We should have some Mexican food too.

I wanna eat here again.

It's the best place I've ever been.

I love having a glass of wine
with the food.

Do you think they have
that food made with lots of garlic?

- You know, the charming Korean...
- You mean kimchi?

How was the food?


Do you have kimchi?

- Kimchi...
- Kimchi.

If you come back tomorrow,
I'll get it ready.

- Yea?
- Next time.

- I will prepare kimchi.
- Okay.

How have you been?

What took you so long?

- Woo Shik.
- Yes.

Take this to the gentlemen.

With the tray.

- What is it?
- A dessert.

- Dessert?
- Yes, just on the house.

Hello, sir.

This is Korean traditional candy.

- Okay.
- For dessert.

What is it? A candy?

It looks candied and shiny.

It's good.

Is it good?

It's good.

- Shall we go?
- Yea.

Are we going to the water?


Thank you.

Thank you.

Go ask if they like the food.

That's your role.

Is everything okay?

Yes, thank you.

- I wanna drink the broth.
- Huh?

Go ahead. Drink it.

It's really good.

It's good. There's egg inside.

I'm really full now.

This was a great meal.

I'm going to leave 50 pesos.

Aren't you tired?

- Are you tired?
- Yeah.

- Tired, huh?
- Yeah.

You're not so cranky today.

When was I cranky?

You look so benevolent.

How much did we make?

Oh, that's a lot.

- You're really happy too.
- I mean...

That's triple more.

We made 5,300 pesos.

It was 1,800 yesterday.

Go get ready for tomorrow.

We must marinate the beef.

You should teach Woo Shik how to do it.

Show him how to do it.

- Intern Choi, sit.
- Okay.

You answer me with "Yes, sir."

One cup of soy sauce.

What are you doing?

Go get it.

Oh, right.

Treat it like a baby. Be gentle.

You'll ruin it.

As if you're putting a baby to sleep.

Come on. Put the baby to sleep.

Rock-a-bye baby...

There's more meat on this pan.

They won't taste the same then.

Cook it all together.

Yes, Chef.

What do we do with the dog?

Just leave it. We can't help it.

When did it come in?

I bet it's gonna come every day.

Look, it's lying down.

- Let's go.
- It's following you.

It's saying bye to him.

Look at its tail.

We should...

We should give him a uniform too.

Please leave now. We're closed.

- Name the dog.
- Yea?

Like what?

Seo Jin.

Seo Jin.

Seo Jin.


Seo Jin, you have the same name.
How funny is that?

Woo Shik. Its name is Seo Jin.

Hey, Seo Jin, out.

Stop calling it Seo Jin.

Is this why we're Jinny's Kitchen?

Seo Jin, get out.

Don't. It's our guard dog.

Seo Jin. Keep watch.

This is your turf, got it?

See you tomorrow.

See you.


This house is huge.

Wow, these are chunks of pork belly.

Is it really smokeless?

There's a fan attached.

It sucks up the smoke.

It is sucking the smoke in.

Goodness, it looks great.

- Congratulations, Boss.
- Hold that tight.

- Boss.
- Congratulations.

- To the success of Jinny's Kitchen!
- Success!

Gosh, this is good.

I hadn't had pork so long.

Good, huh?

It's so good.

- You want soup?
- I'm getting tipsy.

Esta... piripi.

Does that mean tipsy?

"Piripi" means tipsy.

- Really?
- You just made that up.

I didn't.

Gosh, I'm so tipsy.

Gosh, piripi.

When it gets bad, it's piripiriparapo.

You're lying again.

By the way, Woo Shik,
could you say this when you take orders?

Say what?

You know, gimbap and ramyeon are
often ordered together in snack bars.

Or gimbap and tteokbokki.

- Tell them they're Korean combo meals.
- Combo.

- I'm thinking of adding combo menus.
- What?

To provide a cheaper deal?

So they can try different menus.

Then let's make combo meals.

Gimbap and ramyeon at a cheaper price.

Tteokbokki and gimbap.

Tteokbokki goes well with gimbap.

How about we call them Jinny's Combo?

Jinny's Combo!

Anyway, tomorrow is a weekend.

We'll be busy. We should add more menus.

Let's sell spicy fried chicken.

- Spicy fried chicken?
- Yes.

People love chicken no matter what.

- You should go with Seo Jin.
- Sure.

It's my restaurant.
I must see my own chicken.

"You're my chicken!"

You feel responsible
for your own show, huh?

- Friend.
- Friend.

Good morning.

Good morning.

Gray today?

- All right. Are you ready?
- Let's go.

Let's go.

- Go get the car. I'll look out for you.
- Okay.

Pollo? Pollo...

There's a store here.

- Hola.
- Hola.

Do you want to remove the bones?

Of course.

No bones.

Chicken breast?

How many?

How many should we buy?

- Three.
- Three?


Should we buy some chicken thighs too?

Un kilo. One kilogram, right?

- Let's mix them before we cook.
- Okay.

I bet chicken will be
the bestseller today.

She's really good.

Muy bien.

What's your name?

My name? Ingrid.

- Ingrid?
- Yes, Ingrid.

Bonito nombre.

- Thank you.
- Pretty name.


- Gracias.
- Gracias.

Let's get a pineapple for us.

We'd like to get a good, big pineapple.

- Gracias.
- Gracias.

- Right, they wanted some coffee.
- Yes.

- Tres...
- Iced Americano.

A Korean restaurant.

A Korean restaurant? In Bacalar?

We just opened.

- Oh, you just opened.
- Yes.

- It's near the lake.
- Okay.

- This side? Or the other side?
- This side.

- This side?
- Yes.

You should come. We'll give you good food.

- Thank you.
- Sure. Just come.


- We'll visit your place.
- Okay.

- Thank you for your invitation.
- Thank you.

Thank you.

Buenas tardes.

- Buenas tardes.
- Buenas tardes.

Buenas tardes.

Buenas tardes.

- Wow, so hot.
- Hot, very hot.

- Tae Hyung, let's do this.
- Let's do this.

I can do this.


- For me?
- Yes.

Really? Is it really mine?

Are you serious?

Seriously, I can't believe
you got me this...

As if I never bought you anything.

What did you buy?

- Our dessert.
- A pineapple.

I bought a pineapple.

Wow, Boss!

What happened to him?

Add the spring onions now.

Wait. What's going on here?

Is this normal?

It's the rice. Did you do it right?

- Yes.
- Is this right?

Does this always happen
when cooking rice?

Is this normal?

- He's so scared.
- The steam from rice...

Are you sure?

Seo Jun, how long does the prep take?

- I'm done.
- You're done?

The fritters and everything?

They only take five minutes.

Five minutes? Okay.

Can we open at 2 o'clock then?

Yes, we can.

I'll take care of it. You eat this.

I'll do it.

- I think it's good with salt.
- I'll check.

Take this.

It's tasty.

It's so good.


Nah, this won't do.

I'll do it.
Could you make the sauce instead?

- Sure.
- Good.

We don't have a funnel, so...

You look so cool.

This is...

why I shouldn't teach him.

- Ooh, Choi Woo Shik.
- Nice job.

Looks like your baking experience
from last summer is paying off now.

You're good.


That's all from experience.

Tae Hyung seemed worried yesterday.

He said Woo Shik might outshine him.

- Tenderloin.
- Yes, nice.

- Chicken tenderloin.
- Yes.

- Pour it in.
- Pour it.

Mix it well.

- Let's switch.
- Okay.

- Add all of it?
- Sure.

We should sell this.

Right, that what we're doing.

Yes, it's totally worth selling it.

There we go.

- Is it okay?
- How interesting.

It's just like the sauce
from fried chicken restaurants.

- Only 20 minutes left.
- Yes, sir.

- We got 20 minutes left.
- Okay.

Yu Mi, we got 20 minutes left.



Are you closed?

We open at two.

You open at two? Okay.

Okay. We'll wait.

That's it.


It's frying.

I'll put them in the oil.

You just have to separate them

- so they don't stick together.
- Okay.

Check the color
and take out the ones that look done.

- Like these?
- Yes.

Are you all ready?

- Seo Jun.
- Yes.

Are you ready?

- Can we open?
- We're getting ready.

Can we open?

People are waiting outside.

- Well...
- The chicken isn't ready yet.

What time is it now?

We got about 10 minutes.

Let's tell them we open at two
but they can wait inside.

- How is it going?
- Good.

Do you wanna come in?

We open at two, so you can wait
for ten minutes. Is that okay?

Okay, come in.

Sit at any table you want. Hello.

- We should take them out.
- Take out what?

They got stuck.

You'll be done in ten, huh?

Ten minutes...

It'll be tough,

but we'll make it work.

The chicken is the problem.
It's our first time, so...

I see more people
on the street than yesterday.

I'm saying a lot more people.

These need to be more cooked.



We open at two.
Could you sit and wait until then?

Can I take orders?

- Can I take orders now?
- Yes.

How's the chicken?

I'm frying it, but...

The problem is that
I can't fry many pieces at the same time.


- Can I take orders?
- Yes.

Wanna come and order?

I wanna have ramyeon.

I'll take the original ramyeon.

I'll take Combo One.
But instead of the original one,

can I get cheese ramyeon?

You want cheese?

Actually, no.

But if you want, I'll do it for you.

Okay, Jinny's Combo.

- One?
- One.

Anything to drink?

- Coke? Mineral water?
- Water.

- Thank you. Do you need a receipt?
- No, it's okay.

- Would you like to order?
- Yes.

We'd like to have one tteokbokki,

one original corn dog,
and one chicken, please.

- Chicken?
- Yes.

Do you want wine?

If you're getting one, yes.

- Two white wines.
- Thank you.

We got orders.

Jinny's Combo...

Two ramyeons.

Jinny's Combo?

Seo Jin, what were
in Jinny's Combo A again?

Jinny's Combo A had ramyeon.
What was Combo B?

B is with tteokbokki?

Got this.

I got this!

- Let's try it out today.
- We got an order.

Yes, sir.

Tteobokki, corn dog... Chicken...

- Did we get a chicken order?
- Yes.

We got this.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?

I'll show you what to do.

- You know we pre-fry the chicken.
- Yes.

What we do after that is

to fry it again for about two minutes.

Then mix it with the sauce
and boil it down.

- Woo Shik, the fritters...
- Yes?

Just fry it for a minute.

For the tteokbokki,
it's two rice cakes and a fish cake.

- One minute?
- Yes.

What is this?

I think it means we're waiting.

I should put it here.



- Water.
- Thank you.

With no ice, please?

- No ice?
- No.


When they bring the food,
say, "Gamsahabnida."


Am I saying it right? Gamsahabnida.

- Gamsam...
- Gamsa.

Gamsa... Gamsahabnida.


- Did I say that right?
- Yes.


I think ours are coming.

Serve this first.

- Hi.
- Hi.

- Cheese ramyeon?
- Yes, that's me.

- Here you go.
- Thank you.

- Here you go.
- Thank you.


Yes, here.

This is the sauce for gimbap.

What sauce is this?

It's spicy.

It's perfect for me.

The noodles are nice.

This is really good.

It's really good.

It's so simple, but it tastes amazing.

There are carrots and meat inside,
and it's so good.

Wanna try?

I wish I could have this at home.

This is funny. It's really good.

I can have 50 of these.

It goes well with the sauce.

Very good.

- Is it hot?
- Yes, very.

It's a little spicy.

But it's okay.

This cheese ramyeon is excellent.

I'm glad we came here.

I'd definitely recommend this place.

Could you put
ten pieces of fried chicken here?

Ten? I need to fry them again.
Give me one second.

Can I take orders?

- Yes.
- What about the chicken?

Is that enough?

I just realized, in the kitchen, I...

I... I can't even talk... I mean...

I see you really had no time to talk.

After coating with the sauce...

Sprinkle this and then the parsley.

This much is fine.

All right.

For the sky Buddha.

- Chicken?
- Right. Thank you.

We'll share it. It's okay. Thank you.

I haven't had radish in ages.


Oh, I didn't take a photo.


Mmm, yummy.

This one looks good.

- Chicken?
- Yes.

There are combo meals too.

Let's try a bit of everything.

I want to order this.

Let's order that.

This one and this one.

- Gimbap...
- Gimbap, this one?


- Yeah, we have wine.
- Oh, okay.

- Two, please.
- Two white wines.

And two waters.

- That's it?
- Yes.

Here. Water.

That's a lot of wine.

It's for the couple.

Is everything okay?

Is it too spicy?

- No, it's okay.
- It's okay.

They're very good.

Is everything okay?

Very good.

Woo Shik.

Come and help me.

- What?
- We'll do the rest.

- Could you wash the bowls real quick?
- Sure.

Hey, an order.

We got two combos.

Combo B is tteokbokki.

Anyway, both Combos have gimbap, right?

Yes, you need to roll a new one.

Oh, and one spicy pork.

I need to take some tteokbokki.

- Was it three?
- No, two rice cakes and a fish cake.

It's easier to eat if you cut them.

Yea, sure.

Sorry about that. It's slippery.

Cut them into small pieces
about this size.

- Awesome. Thank you.
- Thanks.

The rice cake is really slippery.

Looks good. It's very hot though.

- Wanna try it?
- You go.

I love these.

They're like little gimbap but fried.

I should've waited a bit.

It's hot.

Rice cake was my favorite food as a kid.

It's really good.

It's mandu.


- Mandu.
- Mandu.

Two Combo plates.

For the sauce... It's here.

Seo Jun.

Seo Jun, ramyeon.

Yeah, I'm on it.

The ramyeon bowl.

- Oh, you mean I can use it now.
- Yes.

- I'll go take it when I need it.
- Okay.

It's next to you.

You don't have to add sauce.

What is this? For the Combo?

Tteokbokki for Combo B.

But we have the other plate.

- Then...
- It's in the picture.

Let's use that after this.

- And serve this as is?
- Yes.

- Jinny's Combo?
- Combo B.


- It's a bit spicy.
- Which one is?

- It's kind of sweet too.
- Okay.

I want to try.

We're Mexican.

Use this, if it's too long...

Why cut it with scissors?

I suppose that's the way
you eat Korean street food.

I want to try cutting it myself.

See how spicy it is.

I think it's too spicy for the kids.

Is it spicy?

It's a little spicy.

I think it's okay without the sauce.
Do you wanna try it?


It's so spicy.

It's too spicy.

- Is it very spicy?
- Very.

Do you wanna try it too?

You lied. It's spicy.

Are you Mexican?

I am, but...

There's our Combo A.

Is it spicy?

- Just a bit.
- I don't want it.

I think it's because your mouth
wasn't cooled down yet.

Is it spicy?

It's spicy.

The boy can't eat it
because it's too spicy.

All these foods have chili inside.

Then let's order the corn dog.

I want one too.

We'd like to get this one.

Is it spicy?

It's not spicy, is it?

No, it isn't.

Very picante.

Is that spicy pork?

Seo Jun. One half-and-half tater dog.

- It's spicy.
- Oh, okay.

It's so good!

Hey, was it gamsahabnida?

Right? Gamsahabnida.

- Gamsahabnida.
- Gamsahabnida.

It was so delicious.

- We'll come back again.
- All right, thanks.

We're so busy from the start.

What do we do? We should be bad

to make this show entertaining.

Us interns are too good.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?

- I think we should make some mistakes.
- Why?

- We're too good now.
- Then...

Should I not do dishes?

The dishes...

No, do the dishes.


Maybe we should serve wrong menus
every once in a while.

We're too good.


Sit here, sweetie.

Come to the counter to order.

Two corn dogs.

One? Two?

Two corn dogs.

- Uno.
- One?

This? One?

Four corn dogs?

Two corn dogs, half-and-half
tater dog, and a tater dog.

All different kinds.

Two corn dogs, half-and-half
tater dog, and a tater dog.


We got four corn dogs only.

The key is to be quick.

Otherwise, it falls apart.

- Hola.
- Hola.

How many?



- Thank you.
- Thank you.

You can order over there.

Let's order different kinds
and share them.

Then how about we order
gimbap, tteokbokki, and chicken?

Sabor mucho bien.

- So this is the Combo.
- This is good.

Okay, perfect.

I'd like to get one fried chicken.

And one cheese tteokbokki.

Let's order spicy pork gimbap too.

And a corn dog?

Good choice.

- Two wines, one water...
- One Coke?

- Are you from Korea?
- Yes, we are.

Gracias is gomawo in Korean, right?

- Gomawoyo.
- Gomawoyo.

Let's get rid of these intern badges soon.

At this rate,

I think we can open
our own restaurant soon.

Yeah. We can totally
run a restaurant on our own.

We can do a food truck.

Yeah, a food truck.

That sounds better.

- And have Seo Jin do dishes.
- Yeah, as our intern.

We got another order.


Seo Jun. One cheese tteokbokki

and one half-and-half tater dog.

For you.

- A new order?
- Yes, cheese tteokbokki.

It's hot.

Tae Hyung.

The one with no marks is half-and-half.


- No mark is half-and-half.
- Yeah.

This one is half-and-half.

The red mark is the original
and this one's half-and-half.

Tae Hyung, could you come out?

This one's the half-and-half tater dog.

- Hola.
- Hola.

One corn dog.

It's so good.

Do you wanna try this?


- It's very good.
- Do you wanna try?

It's like eating a churro
with a sausage inside.

- What are you doing?
- It's the water...

The wine looks so good.

I can already tell it's good.

Let's make a toast.

- Cheers.
- Cheers.

- What about me?
- Clink the water.

Where's Woo Shik?

He's frying chicken.

Eight... Nine...

Which one was half-and-half?

It's a half-and-half tater dog.

- Done?
- Yes.

- It's one portion.
- Okay.

I think we should bring some tteokbokki.

Never mind. I'll do it.

Working on the tteokbokki?

Yes, I'm working on it.
It'll be out together.

Could you add the cheese?


I melted the cheese a bit.

We serve these two sauces together.

All right.

- Where's this for?
- This goes here.

We're done.

All right.

Spicy pork gimbap for the white Buddha.

- Spicy pork?
- Uh-huh.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

This is picante and this is...

- No picante?
- Okay.

We should take photos of the food.

Let's take photos
after we get all the food.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

Let's make it look nice.

- Send me the photos.
- Okay.

We should take some home.

We need beer too.

Is it spicy?

A little. It's not super spicy.

It's good.

I love it.

This is the best weekend
I've ever had in my life.

You got nothing to do?

I'm done with my work for now.

- Okay.
- I'll help.

Thank you.

There will be more later.

Hey, why don't we...

eat ramyeon later?

We should. We need some energy.

When we have a break.

When we have a break.

But it's been only 50 minutes.

What time is it?

Isn't it four yet?

- It's 2:50 PM.
- Still?

When is it gonna be 4 PM?


Here you go.

- Hello.
- Hello.

You pick whichever you think sounds good.

I'll trust you.

Spicy sauce with soy sauce marinated pork...

The pork is a little spicy.

A little spicy?

Yeah, just a little bit.

- Let's go for it.
- Yeah.

- We like spicy.
- Okay.

- We wanna have one of these.
- One.


And one of these.

- Tteokbokki?
- Yeah, let's get that.

- Tteokbokki.
- Tteokbokki?

You like spicy food.

Yes, we do.

Can I have a Coke as well?

- I'll get Sprite.
- A Sprite.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

- Seo Jin...
- Spicy pork.

We need more broth.

Spicy pork.

We should pour it all.

- No, not all of it.
- It's not much.

No, we should add it little by little.

Add more?




- This is bad.
- What is?

Things are going too well.

- Oh, everything's going too well?
- Yes.

- Here you go. One Coke and one Sprite.
- Thank you.

It's so cute, right?

Have you had tteokbokki?


I love it.

On a scale of spiciness...

Is it a different spicy?

It's a different type,
but it's not too spicy.

Are you sharing?

Yes. It looks amazing.

I'll show you.

Oh, please. Thank you.

If you cut it into little pieces,

it's easier to eat.

- Amazing.
- Amazing.

It looks delicious.

- All right.
- Thank you.

That guy made it look so easy,

but you seem to be struggling.

It's just not easy to hold it.

- Do you wanna try?
- No.

What is that?

It's rice cake. It's tteokbokki.

That was delicious.

And it's not spicy at all.

It's flavorsome.

That's really yummy.

Tae Hyung, good luck.

Thanks. Just leave it to me.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?

Good luck.

Tae Hyung, good luck.

They look amazing.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

What's this?


I'm going to try and see.

That's amazing.

Is it the best chicken?

This is the chicken I was dreaming about.

And your dreams came true.

That was divine.


- That's so good.
- It's sweet and spicy.

Have you tried one of these?

No, do you just eat it as is?

I guess so.

- Is it spicy?
- No.

What is it like?

It's sweet and salty.

It's like pickles.

That was actually enjoyable.



- Menu?
- Hello.

Two vegan...

Two vegan gimbaps?

- Two vegans and one with tuna.
- Tuna.


Spicy pork for the black Buddha.

Yu Mi, these are all yours.


Let's take it slow.

No more making two at once.

One at a time.

This is gimbap.

Amazing. Thank you so much.

- It's all so delicious.
- Is it? That's great.

This is spicier than this one.

- Okay. Thank you.
- Thank you.

These look amazing.

Oh, my God.

That's fine.

Yea, go for it.

- Did you eat it in one bite?
- Yes.

I don't think it's spicy.

- It's not spicy,
- No.

Wait, what?

One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven, eight, nine...

Vegan gimbap?

That's hers and his.

I need to tell them something.

You need a spicy sauce.

- Do you have a spicy sauce?
- Spicy?

Which one is spicy?

- This is spicy.
- Oh, okay then.

Ponga la salsa.

Ponga la salsa?

- Pongala?
- Ponga la.

- Ponga la salsa.
- Pongala?

Ponga la salsa?

It means to dip it.

Ponga la salsa.

- It's so good.
- Yeah.

It's so fresh.

Look at the dog.


It came again.

Hey, Jinny.

Seo Jin is here.

I think it'll sleep there.

I knew it.

It's like this is its home.

I also have a dog like that
that comes to my house.

It's the same dog.

Is it?

It's 4 PM.

It's 4:10 PM.

Oh, yea?

We're usually busy between 2 PM and 4 PM.

Then between 4 PM and 5 PM, no customers.

So tomorrow, during this time...

- A break?
- Yes, a break.

And eat something.

Aww, for your employees?

I just think that's fair.

Yes, let's do it.

Shouldn't we be having a break now?

Let's tell the customers that
they can stay in the dining area,

- but we're on a break. Yes.
- Now?

Employee welfare is important.

It will motivate them to work hard,

which will eventually improve food quality

and increase our sales.

Providing a good environment to work
to serve good food

and to make profits.



Excuse me, we're...

- For later.
- Oh, okay.

We're going to have a break, so...

Okay, cool.

It looks good.

Let's take a photo.

Take a photo of that.

Yeah, I will.

Very cheap.

Look. It's you.



We're closed now.

But we'll open for dinner later.

Oh, okay, later.

- Okay. Thank you.
- Thank you.

Sorry, we're closed.

You're closed?

They can come back for dinner.

We'll open for dinner.

- Okay?
- Thank you.

Oh, did somebody order it?

No, I just wanna practice.

Are we selling the hellamyeon?

The food here is very spicy.

Mucho, mucho, picante.


- Devil?
- Devil.

Sugar and mayo.

- Oh, the leftovers.
- Yup.

It's so easy.

- Did you add all of the sauce?
- Yes, for now.

- Is it okay?
- It's yummy.

It's spicy, but tasty.

Tae Hyung, you'll try it?

He might cry.

It's really spicy.

- But it's a good spicy.
- Oh, yea?

That's a lot.

It's good spicy.

Good spicy?

It's spicy, but really good.

- That was divine.
- It was amazing.

Thank you.


- Gracias.
- Gracias.

- Have a nice day.
- Thank you.

I think we should write it down.

- Our break time.
- How long is the break?

Let's decide that on our own.

We need it.

When does it end?

- What?
- Our break.

I was thinking 5:30 PM.

I was told to put up a notice, so...

Did you say 5:30 PM?

- Is it too short?
- Yes.

How about 6 PM?

People will start coming after 5 PM.

What do we do?

Could you go ask Yu Mi

how long the prep will take?

How long does the prep take?

About 30 minutes.

About 30? Should we open at 6 PM then?

- Can it be done by 5:30 PM?
- Can it?


Cucumbers, we need more.

Let's eat something.
Some chicken if there's nothing else.

- So... 6 PM?
- Yes.

- Do we have food?
- You stayed?

You remembered us.

Wait here.

Wait here for a second.

We haven't eaten yet either.

Please give us a minute.

This is for us.

That should be enough.

Let's eat.

- Come eat.
- Okay, let's eat.

I love kimchi.

Someone's out there.


Someone's here.

Hey! Hi!

You should come. We'll give you good food.

- Hola.
- Hola.

- It's good.
- Yea?

Muy bien, muy bien.

Mucho gracias.

It's the cafe owner.


- Muchas gracias.
- Gracias.

- Bueno.
- Bueno.

Muy bien, muy bien.

Thank you.

Are you guys trying to eat?

We can wait

- if you're busy or something...
- Okay.

Well, we start at 6 PM.

No problem. We can come back later.


- Then see you at 6 PM.
- Okay.

- Thank you very much.
- You're welcome.

Do you have umbrellas?

- We have a car right here.
- Okay.

- See you at 6 PM.
- See you soon.

Thank you.

- Gee...
- This looks great.

It's 40 pesos.

Thanks for the food.

- Perro.
- Perro?

Seo Jin.

Are you okay?

- Huh?
- Are you okay?

Of course.

What's your sales goal here in Bacalar?

Well, 10,000 pesos
would be too ambitious, right?

Ten thousand...

If I share that,
my employees might rise up.

Your original plan was
to have a break until 5:30 PM.

That was my original plan...

But they said
they ran out of prepared ingredients.

Now I have to call them back.

Otherwise, they'll never do it.

I could really use a power nap now.

5:30 PM

Shouldn't you prep the pork?


The pork.

Woo Shik?

- Tae Hyung?
- Yes.

Let's go do the pork.

Let's go prep the pork.

Let's go.


Let's go.

Okay. Let's get it!

Woo Shik, what are you doing?

Spicy pork.

Yu Mi, could you come over and...

Go on.



What's wrong with you?

I got a little scared.

Could you cut the cucumbers?
I'll do the dishes.

- You want me to wipe them?
- Yes.

Yu Mi, I'll set the veggies.

Okay. Make sure they're drained.

They're completely drained.

Thank you. I'll do it now.

Let's open.


- We're opening.
- Okay.


- Is it open?
- We're open, yes.

- Hola.
- Hi.

Hi, sweetie.

Say hi. Say hola.


Say, "How are you?"

Any table is okay?

- Yeah, any table.
- Okay.

Sit with Mommy.

They have some sausage menu.
It's the original one.

Come here. Hold my hand.

Okay, sweetie. Come here.

Hello. Hola.


- We got customers.
- Okay.

- I'll take it from here.
- Okay.

- Hola. Hey.
- How are you guys?

- Good, how are you?
- Good.

- Two and one of this.
- Two?

- One tuna, and one...
- One corn dog...

- And one of this.
- One bulgogi gimbap.


- This one?
- Yes.

I'd like to get a Hellamyeon.

- It's spicy.
- It's okay.

Number two with the chicken?

- Yes.
- Okay.

It's on me. It's okay.

- Thank you very much.
- Thank you.

Oh, my gosh.

We got an order.

An order.


We got chicken again.

Do we have enough chicken?

- Yu Mi.
- Yes.

A gimbap.


- One more.
- I just made three.

We got time, right?

- Sorry.
- No tables.

Why is Woo Shik crying?


Employee welfare is important.

It will improve the food quality.

And increase our sales.

So nice, right?

Muy bien.


We should hand out flyers.

Parasite promotion.

This is amazing.

I don't want to close my eyes.

- Hola.
- Hola.

Why is no one coming?


Why are there so many fritters?

I am not afraid.

Shall we close early today?

What are you talking about?

He's asking for discipline.

What am I gonna do with him?

Why is there nobody?

We should do this too.

Nice, good.