– Hi. / – Hi. – High-five. / – High-five. Hello. – Gosh, you’re so pretty. / – Hello. I am William. I am… (I’m William.) Gosh, he’s so cute. Hello. Say hello. Thank you. (Thank you for the love.) Let’s go. (My goodness) I’m a big fan. Really? Thank you. I follow you every single day. – Really? Thank you. / – He’s so cute. William, say hello. – Hi. How are you? / – Hi. My gosh, he’s so cute. – Thank you. / – You’re more cute. My gosh. William, shake her hand. Shake. (He’s shaking his fan’s hand.) High-five. Yes. Can we take a picture? Sure. (They’re taking a picture.) I’m shaking. My legs are shaking. Don’t be like that. Don’t be like that. I’m so happy I got to see him. – Say bye. / – Bye. – William. Bye. / – Bye. William, they have a lot of big sizes in Itaewon. Six X-large is common. Sam’s a regular at this big size store. (Dad, that place feels familiar.) It’s big, right? (Screaming) Where am I? (William loves it.) What should I wear, William? (This store specializes in big sizes.) This one is cool. (William is picking out Sam’s outfit too.) William. William, how is this? It’s my style. (Hey, that looks familiar.) (He wore it on the day that was most special.) He wears this shirt on special occasions. How is it? It looks so similar. (Ignoring) No? Yes? No? What should I wear? Hey. William, how is this? Look. There are birds. It’s a bird. William. (No, not that one either.) William. Where are you going? Hold on. (He’s running away.) William, look. (Not that one!) We always buy your clothes. Let’s buy mine today. William, here I come. I look different. It’s a different style. How do I look? (It’s somewhat different.) (Not that one!) This. (Try this instead.) (It’s a Hawaiian shirt with a darker tone.) (That one is nice.) How is this one? William. (I don’t care about the shirts.) (I like it if you do.) Is this it? (I like it if you do.) Are you saying this is the best? Let’s go eat, William. Yum. Here? This is a place I go to often. I came here with Mom too. There are a lot of foreign food in Itaewon. (It’s a Bulgarian restaurant.) It’s an exotic Bulgarian restaurant. The owner is from Bulgaria too? Who could it be? (Who is the Bulgarian owner?) Hello. – Hey. / – How are you? – Good, good. / – Hello. Nice to meet you. It’s him? (Owner chef and television personality) He’s a public figure. Handsome chef, Mikhal. (Handsome chef, Mikhal) You’re busy these days, right? I’m always busy. It’s been 11 years already. – 11 years? / – 11 years. How’s your business? – We closed down. / – Really? – Because of the baby. / – Congratulations. – I see. / – Thank you. That means William is the breadwinner. William is famous. He’s an A star, and I’m a B star. There’s not much to life. I don’t feel bad about my son being more popular. That’s good. High-five. High five. High-five. William, give me one. (Will he give Mikhal a high-five?) See? I’m a nobody to him. (I’m just kidding, Dad!) I’m on a diet. No problem. The usual? Yes, the usual. Something for the baby. – Something for the baby? / – Yes. Okay. Thank you. William. Thank you. (He’s saying thank you before the meal.) Thank you. Thank you. (The bread is too plain.) Should we dip it? Try it. Dip it. Good. Gosh. You ruined your clothes. (Electrifying) I told you to dip just a little bit. (It’s so strong, but I can’t stop myself.) Excuse me. Here. This is made by Uncle Mikhal. It’s traditional Bulgarian food babies can eat. Okay? Here. That’s huge. It’s a special salad for Sam who’s on a diet. It’s so perfect. It looks delicious. It’s hot! It’s hot! It’s hot! It’s not too hot. I made it lukewarm. Okay. (Mikhal is cutting a small piece for him.) You take this and put on some yogurt. You can eat after you mix it. – I’ll… / – That looks good. When Koreans go travel and come back to Korea, they want kimchi soup. This is the kimchi soup for Bulgarians. – Really? / – Yes. (Mikhal not only cooks, but he’ll feed you.) – Good boy. / – Yum. Yummy. (Give me more, please.) (He’s using his spoon.) You’re dropping everything before it reaches you. (He’s going to eat the plate.) It’s delicious. Good boy. (He’s complimenting William.) Good job. (I’m excited.) (Throwing) Hold on. (He lost his fork while showing his excitement.) You shouldn’t throw things. That’s wrong. (Acting cute) It’s not funny. (It’s not funny.) You can’t throw things. Okay? Here, water. Drink some water. (You need to calm down.) (It’s refreshing.) (After having some water…) Try an olive. Hey! Put it down. Now. (You must eat with a proper posture.) This is a restaurant. You have to keep your manners here. (Peeking) Try it. (But this is comfortable.) No. Take your foot down. (Stern) (He’s pulling his foot down.) (Did he succeed in teaching table manners?) (Failure) (You little…) Take your foot down. (He’s firm with William in teaching manners.) No. No. Mom. You’ll bother other people. (He’s being rebellious.) (I’m watching you.) (William brought down his foot on his own.) (Sulking) William, do you know what I hate the most? I hate people that bother others. Let’s not do that, okay? (He’s not paying attention.) (He taught William well,) (but William is mad.) Give it to me. Can I move this? Delicious. My goodness. – Our… / – Wow, William. – Look at that, Dad. / – William. (He’s suddenly talking well.) (He’s giving William some yogurt to make up.) (He won’t let Sam take out the spoon.) My goodness. He really likes it. – William. / – Fantastic. (I want more.) Here. (He’s being fed like a baby bird.) Yum. (I’m happy now.) Yummy.