Let’s meet his mother-in-law. Hello. Hello. Are you her mother? I thought you were a friend. – You’re his mother-in-law? / – Yes. – Unbelievable! / – Unbelievable! How old? Oops. Please excuse me for asking. I was born in 1963. In 1963? Wow, you look so young. (Wow) Do you understand your son-in-law’s concern? I do. My daughter works too much. What mother would like that? When are you most worried about your daughter? When she was a senior in high school her father passed away from cholangiocarcinoma. You went through that pain. I couldn’t make ends meet by myself so she studied and got scholarship. She’s a great daughter. She even worked two jobs. She worked so hard in the past and she’s doing the same thing even now. It’s quite upsetting. I want her to put her health first. I think he’s afraid to see you. (Sigh) – He should. / – He should? I opposed when they decided to get married. He came to see me after they started dating. – What parent would say yes to that? / – Right. But after they got married, I was nice to him. I treated him very well. You speak in a dialect when you get angry. I have no choice. So I was really good to him. I’m a very nice mother-in-law. You seem like it. – Right? / – Yes. I make him breakfast before he goes to work, I do the laundry and babysit their son. It’s an exciting event. People around us tell him, “You must’ve saved a country in your past life!” That’s why he has such a great mother-in-law. (Unbelievable) She’s praising herself. It must be tough looking after the two. Yes, it was tough. When? I went through 3 surgeries after I came to Korea. Really? I had a surgery for thyroid cancer. Oh. I had a hysterectomy. Then after a year they found a stone in my gall bladder so I had to remove it. But right after the surgery, as soon as I came home, I babysat their son. (Oh my…) That must’ve been tough. Your mom went through 3 surgeries. Must you ask her to babysit so that you can work? She insists on getting a job so I told her I would pay her to babysit my son. So all she has to do is stay home. But when she just got out of surgery shouldn’t you have helped her out? She looks happy when she babysits my son. But her gall bladder hurt. (Witty) It really hurt. It’s no longer about yourself after you get married. It’s “we” now. Your mom should’ve rested after the surgery, but she had to babysit. I think you should’ve worked less to take care of your mom and son. That’s why I asked my husband to quit his job. What? Your husband? (Looking attractive) (You’re the best!) Why did you ask him to quit his job? I can earn enough for the entire family. Do you plan to feed the whole family? – Yes. / – That’s awesome. She’s awesome. For your children one of you may have to give up on your job. That’s why I do house chores and watch our son. I briefly go to work in the morning. Then I come back home. My son goes to a daycare center. So I take him there and go back to work. When it’s time I pick him up, Then I do the dishes, the laundry… I do all the chores that need to be done. Does your wife not do anything at home? When she gets home, she’s tired. We eat dinner together. She could at least put away the dirty dishes. But she doesn’t. She just goes into her room. That makes me upset sometimes. If you are in charge of watching your son you won’t make any more mistakes, right? How many children do you want? How many what? How many children? – Four. / – Four. She wants 3-4 children, but if he has to take care of all of them… Jihoon, you’re not saying anything but you seem to understand what Dongyeob is saying. His ears are turning red. (You’re a man) Did you get what he was saying? (A little) He knows more than you do. (Blushing) Their son came with them. Let’s bring him out. How cute. He’s so cute. (Aww) Daniel, why don’t you hold him? He cried. (He goes to his dad) It’s daddy. How cute. He cried. (I missed daddy) How cute. Say hello. What’s his name? – Aaron. / – Aaron? Aaron. Aaron. Look at how small his feet are. Hi, Aaron. Aaron. You have a runny nose. Do you guys want to hold him? Daniel, hold the baby. He won’t leave his dad. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. He misses his mother. Aaron. (Come here, Aaron) Aaron. (Wah!) (Yeongja doesn’t understand kids) He’s scared. He’s scared. Why did you make him cry? He’s not a terrible man. Don’t cry. (Surprised) (Even more surprised) Please air this without editing it. (Yeongja will now have 10 million anti-fans?) (She apologizes quickly) I’m so sorry. (Oh my) The husband’s close friend is here. Hello. Nice to meet you. Hello. I’m 30-year-old Eom Sangsu. You must understand how he feels. Yes, I do. I went to see her after she gave birth. I heard that she bled a lot. She stayed in bed. Then I gave her a call later and she left already. When does he have the hardest time? I have a girlfriend now so when we decide to meet it gets cancelled often because of her. She’s very tired when she’s home so she often stays home to sleep. She sleeps on her day off. I am getting married next month, so if my wife were to work like that I’d feel lonely. Since she’s pregnant, I’m sure he worries a lot. But it’d be good as long as she works moderately? For my wife to work? Sure. We’ve gotten this concern quite often, but it was always the other way around. (Aaron must go rest now) Shouldn’t he go to his mom? (Wah) (Good-bye, Aaron) So do you think it’s right for your husband to do house chores and watch the baby? I’m always grateful to him. It’s not like I don’t watch the baby at all. But I love my job. He told us earlier that you don’t even put away the dirty dishes. (Oh, what’s the big deal?) That is not helping him at all. What’s wrong with that? I need to get going in a hurry. He makes me eat and gets upset for not cleaning up. You’re saying he shouldn’t have made you eat? Right. From the start. He’s making you eat because he cares about you. So I ate. I ate and he got upset that I didn’t clean up. Let’s say your husband is a workaholic, too. So he keeps the store open 24 hours a day. He doesn’t come home. He orders delivery food and won’t come home. How would you feel? That’s wrong. It’s okay for you, but not for him? Talk to the man sitting behind you. Why is it okay for you, but not for him? There’s something special about that seat. (Everyone becomes brazen in this seat!) What’s sad is that you can never turn back time. Your child is young and doesn’t know anything yet. You’re missing precious moments with him. I don’t see it that way. Sure. That’s why. It’s not like I don’t see my kid at all. He doesn’t cry when he sees me. I know that you love your job, but can’t you work a little less for your family? I could, but I won’t. (Gave up) We’re just repeating the same thing over and over. She has a healthy mind. She works hard. She’s from a different culture. Because of those reasons I think I can understand her. I’m sure you married her because you like that. Sure. Everyone has their differences. Can’t you just accept it? Should I switch seats with her? I’ve never persuaded someone on stage before. We can’t get through to her. She’s too confident. She’s pregnant though. You want her to work less at least while she’s pregnant. She can work again when the baby grows up. Here we go. Can you work a little less while you’re pregnant? She already renewed the contract. Any final words to tell your wife? So long. Good-bye. Tell her that you will be good to her. Working hard is great. I don’t need anything else. I’ll earn the money. Please rest a little. He’s so awesome. I’ll earn the money. Just rest! Let’s start with Minhyun. I still think it’s a concern. I think it’s a concern, too. I’m worried about her health. But I think she’s a cool person. Me too. I wish she would rest until she gives birth. Give her a wink so that she’ll rest. (Wink) (Targeting women’s hearts) How does it feel to be winked by him? (Saved in my heart) (One more!) (Forcing a smile) They truly love each other. Couples have a hard time because of their lifestyles and habits. Please press the button if you can relate to him. (What does the audience think?) 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. – Time’s up. / – Stop! Please say a word for your husband. Honey. I love you so much. I’m always grateful to you. Thanks for raising Aaron well for us. Thanks for raising the baby. She’s the head of the household. I thank you. Let’s live happily. Please show us how many votes they got. So far, the highest vote was 170. (How many votes?) (They got 113 votes) Good job.