You are welcome. (^_^)
Our little Daebak from the KBS show The Return of Superman has just been to Ōsaka with his family. Of course, his mum couldn’t resist posting this brief clip of the toddling celebrity trying to enunciate his present whereabouts.
Incidentally, it’s been 10 years and 10 days since I published my very first post on this blog. I say, we’ve been around for quite some time, now haven’t we?
Awww, c’mon Yūto-kun. You just had to say “hiyoko”, didn’t you.
Not something I’d expected to hear whilst watching the latest (legally) subtitled episode of The Return of Superman.
Thanks, or should I say no thanks, for reminding me of one of my favourite pastries, a delightfully sweet and delectable – not to mention cute – speciality of Fukuoka, something that I’m not likely to taste again until my next trip to Japan.
Sure, that’s just a couple of weeks from now, but man … you’ve just made the wait seem so much longer.
I’ll probably end up toting a small fortune’s worth of the stuff when I come home, to help tide me over until the next return visit. And it will be all Yūto’s fault.
Congratulations to my favourite reality series for reaching the hundred episode mark!
All the best to the production team, the tireless “dinosaur uncles” (fellow fans will know whom I’m referring to), the mums, the dads … and most of all to the real stars of the show, past and present alike.
I’m a little ashamed to admit it, but I’ve always thought that fly swatters were for swatting flies…
If you’re a fellow The Return of Superman fan, there’s no need to explain why the moment captured from 29:40 onward is nothing short of an earth-shattering milestone.
And if you’re not … well, I haven’t got the energy to explain so you’ll need to click here and catch up on nearly two years’ worth of smiles, tears, and insatiable childhood curiosity.
Well done, Seoeon. (^_^)