Jinny's Kitchen (2023-…): Season 1, Episode 5 - Episode #1.5 - full transcript

After a full day off, Jinny's Kitchen faces a crisis. Seo Jun introduces a new menu, chibap, to boost sales and captivate customers. Will this ace up his sleeve bring more customers? On Wednesdays, when almost everything is closed, they'll either A) be the only restaurant open and attract all potential customers, or B) have zero customers. Will they hit the jackpot or make no money at all?

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Three, two, one.

- Let's go!
- Let's go!

You're like a human salad spinner.

This is going well. No mistakes so far.

Why is nobody coming?

We have no customers today.

You said they love Korean food.

Why did they fry so many chickens?

Why did you prep so many laver rolls?

What do we do with the chicken?
This is driving me crazy.


- We're closed.
- Are we closed?

Done. We're closed.

Are we closed now?

Look at our dinner piled up here.

Let's pack them all.

Will it fit in one container?

Almost, but not everything.

Then I'll put the rest in this container.

We still managed to make 350,000 won,
which is not so...

It's not 350,000 won.

I'm leaving now.

Are you walking home?

I'll bike home.

How refreshing.




No, I'll see you tomorrow.


Let's meet tomorrow. Oh, my gosh.

Are you really following me?


Thank you.

About this chicken...

I think it'll taste better with some rice.

Does the chicken come
with rice or something?

It's just the chicken.

- Does it come with rice?
- Just the chicken.

- Okay.
- But I guess...

Everyone who orders spicy fricken

asks us if it comes with rice.

Chicken rice.

I wanna try both.

With the sauce and without.

Why don't we make one

with mayo and soy sauce?

Could you make some scrambled eggs?

Of course, I can.

I'm not sure how it'll taste.
I've never had it before.

Woo Shik, put that over here.

Seo Jun, what's this menu?


Chicken fried rice
made with Tae Hyung's love.

Chicken fried rice.

So Chibap, in short?

- Chibap.
- Chibap.

We have two versions.

This one's the soy sauce version.

Spicy fricken, rice, and laver flakes.

Oh, no. No mayo.

That's chicken mayo.
It's the young people's culture.

Let's just eat it.

It's not bad.


You know what?

Spicy fricken goes well with mayo too,

but I think this one will go even better.

Let's try that.

With some laver flakes and mayo, it'll be...

Just like what they sell on the street.

Looks yummy.

Chicken mayo.

You're right.

He loves it.

Now how many chickens do we have to prep?


It's just impossible to taste bad.


It's tasty.

This is the chicken rice that I know.

Oh yea?

I'm more used to this chicken rice.

To be honest, taste-wise,

I give this ten out of ten

and this seven out of ten.

I agree. This version could be better.

The way I see it,

there's something more important
than adding a new menu.

A strategic decision.

We gotta think about
how to survive the weekdays.

I think it was a bad idea
taking a day off yesterday.


We should've kept the momentum going.

How about 5,000 pesos
as a weekday's goal?

And more on the weekend.

We didn't even make 5,000 today.

How much did we make today?

We made 4,700 pesos.

That's less than 5,000.

Did you say 4,700?

That's not bad.

Seo Jin's goal was 7,500 pesos.

It's not that bad.

I hope we can make
100,000 pesos by Saturday.

In total, 100,000 pesos.

- Why not?
- We're only open for eight days.

We barely make 10,000 pesos a day.

We made over 20,000 so far.

- You think you can make 80,000?
- Well, that was my plan

until we opened the restaurant today.

How about we open for the night time?

We were open late today.

But nobody came.

That's why we closed the place.

- Night...
- Seo Jin, you're...

Seo Jin, don't be so...

Well, 4,700 isn't so bad.

I mean, wasn't our previous goal 4,500?

Well, 4,500 has never been my goal.

- It was 5,000.
- Who said that?

On the first day,
we only made 1,800 pesos.

On the second day,
we made over 5,000 pesos.

Then on the third day,
we made over 10,000 pesos.

We lost our momentum.

That's why I think it was a bad idea
to have closed yesterday.

You took a day off for your employees

who worked so hard
to make 10,000 pesos, remember?

Now, we must get back on track.

I have an idea.

Happy hour.

Happy hour is for drinks.

It's not for food.

We can offer free drinks.

Free drinks? No way.

Or give a 20 percent discount.

We're talking about making profits here.

They need to pay for what they get.

We're not giving stuff for free.

I'm sorry, but isn't this a variety show?

I thought this was a variety show.

And it feels like
I'm actually working for a restaurant.

We need to make 5,000 at least.

How could we not make even 5,000 pesos?

He's too into this.

He's too into this.

After three more days here,

I feel like
he'll no longer be the person I knew.

It's like The Shining, the movie.

Didn't you say all stores are closed
on Wednesdays here?


- We're not closed.
- Not all of them.

But lots of stores are.

Does that mean
we will have even less customers?

People might come to ours
because others are closed.

It'll be busy.

Maybe other stores are closed
because there are no people.

Wednesdays must be like holidays here.

I bet we'll be busy tomorrow.

You think so?

That's how I feel.

This is what I like about Yu Mi.
She's positive.

Watch and learn.

It's not like
I don't want to be positive here.

Goodness. Come on.

Not even ants were on the street.

There were lots of ants on the street.

- Good night.
- Good night.

Gosh, I'm so tired.

I'll get a good night's sleep
in this wool duvet.

So tired.

- Good morning.
- Good morning.

Did you sleep well?

Yeah, but I got so many mosquito bites.

I'm so tired.

Is that ramyeon?

No, it's just water.

Down the orchard road out of town

Acacia flowers are in full bloom

I couldn't get this out of my head
since I woke up.

- The orchard song?
- Yes.

White fetals

Fall like snowflakes

Did you audition like this too?

No, my dad sings like this.

And also how I sing.

My dad sings every song one octave lower.

He'd suddenly say to me,

"Hey, son."

"Do you want me
to sing Love Last for you?"

- You mean Last Love?
-Last Love.


You are

My last love

He sang like this.

What about your mother?

My mom's good. She likes to sing Tears.


Don't call me cruel


- Good morning.
- Good morning.

Woo Shik, it's 11:10.

- I'm leaving.
- Keep it up.

Yes, sir. I will.

All right.

Why am I so tired today?

Yo, Tae Hyung.

You ready?

We're taking that other car, right?

Yeah, the one outside.

Yo, what's up.

Yo, you ready?

Finally, it's Wednesday.

What's your goal today?

You seemed really bummed yesterday.

Which demoralized your employees.

Well, today,

we'll start feeling bummed.

You won't have high hopes?

Today, we won't prep many ingredients.

And close the place when we run out.

As you know,
Wednesday is a special day in this area.

They never have many people here anyway.

On holidays, it must be even worse.

Well, most restaurants are closed
on Wednesdays.

They must be closed for a reason.

It means
there's nobody here on Wednesdays.

Because there are no people?

That must be why.

If everything is closed except one store...

Nobody will be there.

Seo Jin.

- Cranky again?
- No.

This is why yesterday...

I'm not being cranky.

I mean, obviously,
introducing Korean food to the world is...

I know that's my dream and goal.


But to do that, people have to come.

That's true.

And I can't just sit back

and let the ingredients go bad.

You do have a point.

The employees started to complain

about you being overly passionate
for this role.

Your employees seem confused.

What are your thoughts on that?

If we had many customers,

then these kids wouldn't have time
to complain.

If they were busy,
they wouldn't have such complaints

They have too much time
and are getting ideas.

He's so funny.

Maybe I should buy some clothes here.

I guess we can park here.

We came too early.

Let's make another round.

- No, we should park here.
- Let's do one more round.

- Chicken breast?
- Chicken breast, without bones.

We want 4kg of that.

You can go buy clothes while I wait here.

Something like those Hawaiian shirts.

They look pretty.


Where's men's clothing?

Donde está tu ropa de hombre.

Donde está tu... de...


¿Donde está tu ropa?

- Men's clothing?
- For men.

It's inside.

Thank you.

I don't need party clothes.

Oh, here they are.

Nice. This is Woo Shik's.

This looks perfect for Seo Jin, right?

Do I look okay?

I'll get one for Seo Jin.

I'll get this one.

This one's cuter.

I hear the kids are buying clothes
in the market.

Woo Shik, that kid is unreliable.

He's the problem.


- Woo Shik?
- Hello?

- Yes?
- Woo Shik.

- Hello?
- Who is this? Woo Shik?

- I can hear you.
- Woo Shik.

- Woo Shik.
- Hello?

Are you pretending that you don't hear me?

It's dropped.

Darn it.

I can never let him out of my sight.

Why don't we do a staff evaluation?

I guess why not?

First, Executive Director Jung.
Out of 100, how would you rate...

I think Executive Director is

the farthest she could get.

No more promotion.

She'll have to retire after this.

What's her strength?

Her strength?

She's meticulous.

And she's kind of creative.

So she got promoted.

What does she lack?

She gets so easily distracted.

She has to bike and all.

She doesn't care.

On a scale of zero to ten?

I'd say 7.5? Or 8 points?

Next, Senior Manager Park.

He's definitely a successor material.

After Jinny's Kitchen,
it'll be Junny's Kitchen.

He's a great chef and leader.

He's also got lots of ideas.

He's great.

Your successor?


If anyone, he'd be it?

Of course. Who else?

On a scale of zero to ten?

He deserves at least 9.5 points.

What are your thoughts on Intern Choi?

What are his strengths?

Woo Shik has the knack
for being friends with anybody.

Serving is a perfect job for him.

He's quick-witted.

He's got a great personality
to deal with people.

And his weaknesses?

There are a lot.

He always tries to hide somewhere.

He always tries
to hide somewhere and slack off.

I have to have him
in my sight at all times.

Otherwise, I feel uneasy.

I'd say 6... 6.5?

No, 6.5 to 7.

What are Tae Hyung's strengths
and weaknesses as an intern?

He does his work without complaining.

And he is willing to work hard.

He's diligent.

He's diligent.

And his weaknesses?

He's slow as molasses.

He's so slow.

It takes him forever
to get the veggies grated.

How would you evaluate his performance?

Similar to Woo Shik. I'd say seven?

The interns got similar scores.

They're different to the same extent.


Uh... Cut...?

Oh, I got it.

Could you chop this too?

- Gracias.
- Gracias.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

- That's it?
- This is it?

There's more.

- Thanks.
- Thanks.

Right. Money.

How much was it?

Thank you.

- Let's hurry.
-Muy bien.

Why do you run like that?

- Are you ready? Si?
- Yes.

- Ready?
- Yup. Shall we go?

Let's go.

I hope we get many customers today.

It was so slow yesterday.

It wasn't bad. We made some profit.

- Yes.
- Thank you.


Okay. While I wash this,

could you mix
the chicken batter mix with water?

Remember the consistency from yesterday?

After I do the rice.

Right. You cook the rice.

Do that.

It's okay. I'll help you after this.

It won't take long anyway.


Your favorite,
Senior Manger Park is coming.

There was a staff evaluation just now.

- Staff evaluation?
- Yes, CEO Lee Seo Jin said

that Seo Jun is
the only successor material here.

Are you interested in succeeding him?

Oh, sure.

You're saying that
because the boss is here.

I'm so honored.

I'll do my best.

Seo Jun doesn't lie.

- I mean it.
- I knew it.

- Okay.
- Got that.

I need to take the probiotics.

I have a sensitive stomach.

Here we go.

All right.

We're doing great.

- We're doing great.
- Yes.

Let's open a food truck.

Of course. We can even open a restaurant.

You do the serving. I'll cook.


What should we sell on our food truck?

Anything you want.

How about fried chicken?

Why not? Should we open a chicken truck?

- You can take a break whenever you want.
- Right.

What a perfect plan.

Tell them to take their time.

Because we will do all the work.

We don't want a crowded kitchen.

Let's film this episode on our own.

- Maybe they haven't come yet.
- Thanks.

There aren't many people
on Wednesdays anyways, so...

- we'll do it alone.
- Sure.

What's this? Did they go shopping?


Are they ours?

Maybe they bought them for us.

- What did they buy?
- They went shopping.

The Interns is over now.


- Hi, sir.
- Hi, sir.

I heard you went shopping?


I didn't.

What do you mean?

Who was it? Him?

No, we didn't.

Then what's that?

A watermelon.

I mean the other stuff.

We didn't go shopping, right?

What are the hats and all?


I don't know.
Maybe it's a gift from someone.

Why did they buy such goofy stuff?

There are yours too.

There's yours too.

- What's that?
- Why did...

This must be yours.

- What's this?
- It's for you.

Wait. It must be yours.

It's x-large. It's Seo Jun's.

Why did they waste money on these?

All right. No more chit-chats.

You clean over there. I'll clean here.


I think we'll be super busy today.

Because everything is closed today


for our restaurant.

I'll make this place spotlessly clean.

Want some apple juice?

Is that from yesterday?

Of course. Do you think I'd give you

today's juice?

Where's everyone?

I feel like I'm the only one working here.

- Did you look for me?
- Yes.

Oops. That wasn't nice.

It's literally handmade.

Fresh, carefully picked cilantro

in fried tofu gimbap.


I need to prep the cilantro again.

- Seo Jin.
- Yes?

Do we add something to the juice
before we serve it?

- Just watermelons?
- Yes.

Have you tasted it?

Do you put the seeds too?


- Have you tried it?
- Not yet.

Do you want me to?

- Do you want to try it?
- What?

Do you want to try it?

Would you like to try
some watermelon juice?

- Watermelon juice?
- Wanna try a bit?

- I'm good.
- No? You don't wanna?

Are you sure?

- I kind of do, but...
- Wait here.

Is it served with ice?


Otherwise, we'll serve too much juice.


I think it was made long
with a rubber band.

I think that's it.

How could a watermelon be so long?

Tae Hyung,
the watermelons here are so long.

I know, right?
The watermelons here look like that.

It's 100 percent fruit juice.

- It's 100 percent watermelon.
- It's good.

It tastes amazing, right?

It's 100 percent watermelon.

There's no sugar inside?
Just a watermelon?

- Just a watermelon.
- Wow.

It's good.

It's really good.

- I'm done, Yu Mi.
- Thanks.

Aren't you hot? I can do it.

Can you do it?

- You should take a break.
- Nice.

All right. Let's do this.

- Take some rest.
- Okay.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?

Are you busy now?

- Huh?
- Are you busy now?

- Are you busy?
- I'll help.

Woo Shik, wait for me.

How can I help you?

All right.

Woo Shik, I'm done with the cleaning.

I'll help you after cleaning this up.

But you said you're done.

- What?
- You said you're done.

No, not yet.

I'll help you right after this.


Let me know if you're tired.

Tell me if you're tired.

I'm tired.

Could you say, "Tae Hyung, are you busy?"

"Could you come and help me?"
in 20 seconds?


I can help you now.

- Okay.
- Good.

One sec.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?

Are you busy?

- Nope.
- Could you help me out?

Could you help me cut this?

Sure thing.

Tae Hyung, I'm tired.

Help me.

Please help me.

- Put it there.
- Seo Jin, take a break.

- We'll do the rest.
- Go inside.

It's hot here.

We should make
just a bit of tteokbokki, right?

We won't have many orders.

I agree.

We'll go easy on tteokbokki today.

- Tteokbokki?
- Yes.

How was it yesterday?

We barely sold any yesterday.

How many?

I think two?

Seo Jun, do you need any help?

- Huh?
- Do you need any help?

So you can help later?

No, now.

Ask me to help you after ten seconds.

Woo Shik, I'm done now.

- All right!
- All right!

- I just finished my part.
- Nice.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?

- Come here.
- Okay.

All right!

- All right.
- Tae Hyung.

- Let's go!
- Let's go!

Oh, too much.

It's cooked faster on the heated pan.


Looks nice.


Fricken rice looks really good.

A sample?

I'm going to make it.


Five minutes until opening.


What are you doing?


I thought I should look more smiley
when I make gimbap.

- You wanna cover your mouth?
- Yes.

Draw a smile.

You really look smiley.



The tteokbokki smells so good today.

It smells good, right?

We had tteokbokki yesterday.

The tteokbokki smells so good.

Does that mean
we will have even less customers?

We'll be busy tomorrow.

That's how I feel.

We're opening now.

- Okay.
- Let's open.


Seo Jin, that's exactly when

the rice cakes start to absorb the sauce.

Keep it covered?

Yeah, I think that's better.

Man, I'm tired already.

This is bad.

Our boss is gonna look gloomy again.

Sir, we're open now, right?


No customers, huh?

Well, today is...

I'll bring some customers.



They're not interested.

I hear there's nobody out there.

This is not a break time, is it?

Are you sure you flipped the open sign?

What do we do?

Oh, no. Boss is gonna be

so mad tonight again.

Well, this was expected so...

- Phew.
- Phew.

I think fricken rice
will be popular today.

Maybe I should make one

so we can all try it.

- I'll go make one.
- Okay.

Make two.

- Two servings?
- Yes.

- No, make one.
- We need to sell it.

- Just make one.
- One serving.

There's no one inside.

Should we sit there?

I wanna see the menu.

- Hello.
- Hello.

- Hello.
- Hello!

- How many?
- Two.

You may order here.


What should we eat? One ramyeon and...

How big is the portion of this menu?

This is a sample of it.

You'll get ten pieces.

- This one's good.
- It looks tasty.

Which one should we have?

Let's go with bulgogi.

- Okay.
- It's tasty.

I wanna try this too.


Do you have sparkling water?

- Yes.
- They have sparkling water.

- One, just one.
- One sparkling water? Okay.

We got an order.

Tae Hyung, you're doing great.

I'll do my best.

- I've got this.
- Of course, you do.

That's the spirit.

- Is it?
- Yes.

- Hola.
- Hola.

Please order there.

Ramyeon. Where's ramyeon?

I wanna have this.

- The original?
- Yes, the original.

Get a corn dog. I'll get something else.

Okay, what do you wanna get?

Very delicious.


I wanna order this.

Then I want the one over it.

The potato one.

Yes, that and this one.

- One each?
- Yes, please.

And for drinks?

Oh, drinks.

I'll get the mineral water.

I'm getting a Coke.

Two Cokes and one mineral water.

That young man looks like the actor
from the movie.

The movie we watched in Mexico City.

Yeah, I get what you mean.

You're right. He does look like him.

- Right?
- Yes.

But he can't be.

I wonder which movie he starred in then.

He looks like...

the young man in the family.

Yeah, he does.

But this man's more handsome.

Maybe he's not supposed
to look good on camera.

The film was portraying
the rich and the poor.

- You got an order.
- Okay. An order.

One half half corn dog
and one tater dog.

It's the order, right?

- Here you go. Sharing it, right?
- Yes.

I'll put it in the middle.


It looks delicious.

Cucumbers, carrots, meat...

It's good with the sauce.

- It's spicy, but really good.
- Yeah?

It's so good.

I like the flavor.


It's good.

It's spicy, but not too spicy.

It's good spicy.

Your hair looks a bit Korean now.

- Yeah?
- With your bang, you know.

- I'd really like to visit Korea.
- Right?

It's so tasty.

It looks so yummy.

Look. There's ramyeon.

It's called hellamyeon.

I wanna have it spicy like this.

Is this the way in?


It looks so good.

What's this? It's spicy, right?

Which one is the spiciest?

This is our spiciest menu.

It's spicy, but...

muy Rico.

Muy Rico. Nice pronunciation.

Muy Rico.

- Is this not spicy?
- Just a bit.

Then I'll get this one.

- What do you wanna get?
- I'll get a Coke and ramyeon.

- You wanted...
- One original.

Does this one have cheese or meat inside?

No cheese.

I don't eat cheese, so...

This one has no cheese.

Then I'll have one without the egg.

- No egg?
- No egg.

Okay. We can make it like that.

- No egg? Okay.
- No egg.

Thank you.

Excuse me. Take this.

What's this?

It's so pretty though, isn't it?

Thank you.

- One ramyeon.
- One ramyeon.

One tater, one half half.

That is right.

Can you speak English?

The boss seems happy now.

We got one more group.


We're on fire now.

I can finally sleep well tonight.

Hey, we got three ramyeon orders.

- Three?
- Yes.

But one's without an egg.


- Hola.
- How many?

Can I order for to-go?

- Take-away.
- Take-away. Oh, sure.

Thank you.

I'd like to get this and...

Spicy pork?

Bulgogi gimbap.

- So, one of each?
- Yes.

- Yu Mi.
- Yes?

We got a to-go order.

Oh, my God.

I'll do this first.

I'll put the sauce on it.


- Please put the sauce on.
- Okay.

Here's one more.

It's for the gray table.



What kind of chili do they use?

I don't know.

It smells good.

Not sure what it is, but it smells good.

- It's good.
- Yeah?

It does look good.

Can I have some? I wanna try it.

It's really hot.

It's good.

And a little spicy.

Just a little.

They can roll off easily.

I know.

It's driving me crazy.

I'll help you.

Which table?


- What?
- Gray.

It's good.

It's so good.

Do you wanna try mine?

It's so good.

It has fries on it.

It's heavier.

I've wanted to try this corn dog.

- With the fries on.
- Me too.

The combination with the sugar is

really good.

This one tastes like a churro.

But with a sausage inside.

It's better than a churro.

Because it has the best savory stuffing

inside the sweet bread.

I'm so full already.

You just had one, and you're already full.

You can't get full from a churro.

They have that thing too.

- Elote?
- That's a corn dog.

I wanna try it.

The corn dog?

- We can come back for it.
- Yeah.

Did you write that it's for to-go?

Yeah, I told her that.

Yu Mi, the tteokbokki is getting scorched.

I said you should stir it.

I was getting orders nonstop.
I had no time to stir.

I'm rolling gimbap now. Don't talk to me.

Should I turn off the stove?

Yu Mi, should I turn it off?

I'm rolling gimbap.

So turn it off?

Be quiet.

Can I turn it off?

Go on and turn it off.

Yeah? Just turn it off?

- I'm busy rolling.
- All right, all right.

Spicy pork? Nice.

Here you go. Thank you.

Tae Hyung, could you wash this?

- All right.
- Thanks.

We have many ramyeon orders today.

Please be quick.

We got lots of ramyeon orders.

- We got three more orders?
- Yes.

Do you need any help?

Do you need water?

Yeah, I need water.

- Here.
- Okay.

Where's the line?

There it is.

Oh, that's perfect.

Okay, see?

Thank you.

Ramyeon is so popular today.

We got three ramyeon orders.

Three ramyeons at once?

The orders change every day.


I'll put four of these
on the one without eggs.

It's the sign between us.

Tae Hyung, four slices...

Four slices of chili means no eggs.
Got it.

Woo Shik?

Four slices of chili means no eggs.

- Okay.
- Thanks.

Keep that in mind.

- Okay. Thanks.
- Sure.

This one's with an egg.

It looks so pretty.

It's really good.

It's so good.

I'm so full. It's quite filling.

I'm sure this corn dog
will sell well here.

I agree.

It's tasty, right?

- Thank you.

- Gracias.
- Gracias.

- This? Just one?
- Yes.

Okay. The bulgogi.

This is sweet chili.

I wanna try this one.

Right? Me too.

- Hello.
- Hi. We'd like to get one spicy fricken.

And for drinks...

Do you have Coke?

Coke? Yes.

- Two Cokes?
- Yes.

We got an order.

You're cute.



Tae Hyung! We need the chicken now!

- It's done.
- Oh, really?

Thank you.

Thank you.

Look. There's hellamyeon.


How many?

- Four.
- Fou... Four.

- Let's have them here.
- Huh?

Let me clean it up.

Wow, we're full.

Woo Shik, how is the boss?

His smile is getting wider and wider.



I saw there's something spicy.


Something very spicy?

- It's spicy.
- Very spicy.

It's very spicy.

I'm strong, so it's okay.

He's okay.

Macho man.

Macho man.

Macho man.

Macho man?


I'd like to get one hellamyeon.

And for my wife, this.

What's this?

It's called ramyeon.

It's noodles with...

Look. There's a sample.

That's called fricken rice.

Oh, fricken rice.

It tastes excellen... excellent.


Today's special.

It's very, very tasty.

It must be really good.

I changed my mind.

Two fricken rice and one hellamyeon.

- What?
- Two of this and one of this.

We'll cancel the ramyeon order.

- So two fricken rice?
- Two fricken rice.

Two fricken rice.

Nice. You're awesome.

Thank you.

Woo Shik.

- Could you make some scrambled eggs?
- Sure.

- Two?
- Yes.

Fricken rice?

Here. You ordered one too, right?

Thank you.



- Sure.
- Sure.

One more, please. Thank you.

I don't think you will finish it.

I'll leave you some.

It's good.

What's this?

I don't know.

Kimchi is made of...

What was it?

You don't know, do you?

It's made of cabbage.

It's fermented in crocks.

It smells good.

So it's like some side dish?

I think so. Let's try it.

It's really good.


It's good.

It's really good.

Macho man?

Very spicy.

Let's see, macho man.

Let's see, macho man.

Let's see if he can handle the spiciness.

Is it not spicy?

Oh, boy.

They warned you.

- It's good.
- It's good.

It's good, right?

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

Macho macho man

So funny.

I feel like something's missing.


I think it's okay.

Is it?

I don't need salt.

Or a spicy sauce?

Take some sauce from hellamyeon.

Do you think
I can ask for some spicy sauce?

Excuse me.

Do you have hot sauce?

- Hot sauce?
- Yes.

We have a kind of spicy sauce.

- Do you want it?
- Yes.

- What's up?
- They want some spicy sauce.

- They want spicy sauce.
- Spicy sauce?

All right. That's good.

Macho, macho.

Macho, macho.

- Is it the same sauce?
- Yes.

Thank you very much.

- Wow.
- Excellent.

Isn't that sauce spicy?

They must love it.

Isn't it super spicy?

I wanna see it.

Let's see how they like it.

Just a little.

Just a little more.

It's good.


- Is it okay?
- It's really good.

- Wow.
- Wow.

Macho macho man

Give him more.

We should give him a whole bottle.

Do you want more?

Very nice.

Thank you.

Seo Jin's smile got 50 percent wider.

"Why did you prep so many ingredients?"

Then today...

"Do we have more ingredients?"
He'll be like this.

What's up?

- Your smile got 50 percent wider.
- Huh?

Your smile got 50 percent wider.

Thank you.

It was very tasty.


"Great food?"

- Break time now?
- Yes.

- Everything okay?
- Yes.

I'm relaxed.

- Seo Jin, how much did we make?
- Huh?

How much did we make?

Come on. Keep going up.

We made over 3,000.

- It's 3,110.
- Nice.

- I'd like to get this as a burrito.
- One burrito.

- And one burrito with this.
- Okay.

And one burrito with this.

Oh, and can I have some tacos as well?



- Brother.


What are those?

Tacos, burritos...


- What are these?
- They're burritos.

You bought so many. How much was it?

It was about 450 pesos.

- Only?
- Yes.

Is lunch here?

Yes, come and sit here.

Which one should I eat?

Tae Hyung hates avocados.

So give this to Tae Hyung.

- Give that to him
- It has sausage inside.

This one doesn't have those inside.

That's the spicy one. This isn't.

It's cheap.

It's so much food for 450 pesos.

This is 450 pesos?

Maybe we should have dinner here.

- Let's do it today.
- Huh?

- We can do that.
- Why not?

Dinner there tonight?

That looks delicious.

- Wanna eat out?
- We should.

- Yes.
- Okay. I'll take us out.

We've only ate at home.

Let's eat out tonight.

- Let's go.
- Let's go.

Let's go.

- Go, Woo Shik.
- Go, Woo Shik.

- Go, Woo Shik.
- And this dance.

- Go, Woo Shik.
- Go, Woo Shik.

Gosh, that's so old-school.

- Go, Yu Mi.
- Go, Yu Mi.

It's closed.

We're opening at 5 PM.

At 5 PM? Okay.

You open at five?

Now, we're closed for a break,
but we'll open again at five.

Okay, thank you.

- Hello.
- Hola.



Can we make a reservation
in 30 minutes or 1 hour?

Sure. How many?

- Four.
- Four.

Okay. What time?

- Quarter to six.
- Quarter to six.

I heard good stories of you.

Oh, really? That's good.

So we're famous now.

We're famous.

So we keep a table empty?

We should. With a reserved sign.

- Let's do that.
- Okay.

I don't wanna mess it up.

- Should I capitalize everything?
- No.

- Nice.
- Is it okay?

Have you danced before?

I was a dancer.

I was famous in my town.

Who's this?

Someone I used to work with.

But parted ways.

We're out of rice.

Should we cook some more?

- Do you want me to do it?
- Sure.

- Do you want it?
- I want it.

- Do you want it?
- I want it.

Yu Mi!

Rice. We need rice.

Rice first. The dishes can wait.

If we don't have rice,
we're in serious trouble.

It'll be an emergency.

By the way,
when can we use our monthly leave?


He wants to use his monthly leave.

- Monthly leave?
- Yes.

A monthly leave is for once a month.

What about a weekly leave?

Weekly leave?

I'll do it.

You must come back, okay?

Make it quick.

- Three, two, one. Let's go!
- Let's go!

I wonder how many people
will come from now.


- Hola.
- Hola.

Looks nice.



This is so cool.

Thank you.

Can we make a reservation
in 30 minutes or 1 hour?


They're coming.

Here comes the rush.

The first one.

- The first combo.
- One Combo A.

1 Combo A?

And mineral water. Thank you.

Thank you.

Thank you.

We got an order.

Yu Mi.


Shall we get started?

Shall we get started?

1 Jinny's Combo A.

Let's make ramyeon.

Good luck, sir.

I'm making so many ramyeons today.

Bulgogi for the Combo.

Here, Woo Shik.


Okay, nice.

Do I get chopsticks?

Okay. Thank you.


I don't want something spicy.

Do you have non-spicy chicken
or fish dish?

Do you wanna try this one?

This is chicken and rice.

Okay, I'll get this one.

- And for you?
- The...

- Corn dog with the mozzarella.
- Okay.

Okay, one Coke.

- For you?
- Nothing.

Is this fricken rice?


Can I have one fricken rice, please?

Hey, man. Chill.

- So you wanna get a fricken rice?
- Yes.

Okay, one more fricken rice.

I want it too.

You too?

One original corn dog.

An original corn dog, okay.

One more?

And a sweet Korean...

Spicy fricken?

- Make it two?
- Yeah.

One more chicken?

And another corn dog, please.

- One original corn dog.
- And what kind of wine do you have?

That would be 1,390 pesos.

We got an order.

And it's huge.

- Tae Hyung.
- Yes?


We got a big one.

- And I mean, big.
- Okay.

Corn dog.

Half half tater dog.

Three originals.

What's going on?
That's a lot of fricken rice.

Rice, rice, chicken, chicken,
corn dog, corn dog, chicken...

- None are yours.
- Only Seo Jun can do those menus.

- No.
- Oh, my gosh.

Tae Hyung, let me do the dishes.

- Why?
- Go help him with the chicken.

What are her strengths?

She's meticulous.

- You clean there. I'll clean here.
- Okay.

- We got three more orders?
- Yes.

Do you need any help?

Do you need water?

Oh, no.

Take this out.

I'll take care of it.

- Why?
- Go help him with the chicken.

- Chicken?
- He's in trouble.

- Why?
- It's all Seo Jun's.

Two fricken rice.


What happened here?

Please, I want a rush.

I want a storm.

Maybe their tired from swimming.

- It's real.
- For real.

Honey, where's mine?

Sorry. I'll order it now.

- One Coke. Yes, please.
- One Coke.

It's really tasty. Try it.

Yeah? Let me try.

Have a seat. Let's see.

It's a little spicy.

No, it's very spicy. It made my nose run.

- Is it spicy?
- It is.

Thank you.

I wanna eat more.

Thank you.

No, not so much.

How is it?

It's good.

My nose got runny,
and I was like, "Oh, my gosh."

It's really good.

It's really tasty.

It's good. I like it.

I should take a photo of this place.


Look here.


Yes, two servings.

The fifth one is on us.

Let's do this.

- Let's do this.
- We got this.

- Let's go, Seo Jun.
- Let's go.

Tae Hyung, could you finish

- the half half tater dog afterward?
- Will do.

Are you guys sharing?

- Yes, we're gonna share it.
- Okay.

- I'll put it in the middle.
- Thanks.

That chicken looks so good.

Should we order something like that too?

- Should we?
- Yes.

It's so good.

It's really good.

It's perfectly spicy.

It's good spicy.

It's well-balanced.

Half half tater dog.

Thank you.

I have a question.

Can we order that chicken too?

Oh, yeah?


It'll take a little longer though.

- No problem.
- I see.


you have to pay first.

I'll put the order in.

Fricken rice and half half are out.

- We have three fricken rice left?
- Yes.

Start on the corn dogs
when I'm almost done with this.

I can make three fried rice at once.

We got one more spicy fricken.

I'll do it.

Tae Hyung, can you do
the corn dogs first?

- It looks so good.
- It does look really good.

It's weird. It has sugar on.

It's good though.

It's tasty.

It's really good.

I think I can order some more.

I'm not kidding.

Seriously, you should have this.

Seriously, it's crazily good.

Crazy, right?

It's amazing.

Hola. How many?

- Six.
- Six?


I think you'll have to wait
for more than 30 minutes.

Can we just wait here and have a drink?

We can have a drink here.

Yea, sure.

Here you go.

Thank you.

- Sorry to keep you waiting.
- No, it's fine.

We're happy.

We'd like to have one of this

and this, please.

Which one? Original?

One original.

Woo Shik, serve this first.

One tater dog...

Is it okay
if I put the chair here and sit?


Sorry, excuse me...

No, I mean... Disculpe.

Woo Shik, he asks if he could sit there.
Could you talk to him?

- Hi.
- We're out of chairs.

We're out of chairs.

We got an order.



Is it a new order?

Tuna gimbap and bulgogi gimbap.

What's this?

- Is this a new order?
- Yes.

What's this?

That's an order too.

- They're all new?
- Yes.

Gosh, busier than the weekend.

Darn it.

This is too much.

This is the toughest moment in my life.

You're lying.

Here comes the rush.

Really? Already?

We got an order.


Did we get famous here? What's going on?

People keep rushing in.

We have a queue again.

- Three servings of chicken.
- Really?

Too many ramyeons.

Half half tater dog to go.

We have only one serving of chicken left.

But today is a weekday.

There must be a word about us.

This is bad.

One more thing to do to be promoted.

It's speed.

I'm gonna show you.

Watching the corn dogs.

- Smart decision.
- Smart decision.

Our teamwork is getting better.

- Are you okay?
- Okay.

- Vámonos!
- Vámonos!

It's over 5,000 pesos.

- Over 5,000?
- Yes.

I feel like we made 10,000 pesos.

Ten thousand pesos.

- Was that the last order? Done?
- Done.

Close the door.

- Yu Mi.
- Yes?

Do you still dream of being an actress?

Me? Right now, I have no dreams.

You said you wanted to.

I forgot about it.

Do you still wanna star in a Marvel movie?

- No.
- Then?

I wanna be the owner here.