Naeun seems to be enjoying her conversation with the tomato seller. She then introduces herself and her brother followed by the seller’s introduction before Kwanghee comes back. Kwanghee then asks Naeun to help him pay for the tomatoes. In the interview, Kwanghee shared that he was impressed by Naeun’s smooth language skill.
After that, they go to a cheese stall to buy some cheese. Kwanghee tells the seller that his cousin speaks the language very well. The seller then asks Naeun which cheese she wants to buy and Naeun answers and gives the money by herself. Later on, they go to the bread stall and Naeun again buys by herself.
Afterward, they sat down to have a meal. Once again, Kwanghee asked Naeun to help him with the order. Naeun ordered a meal and answered the waiter’s questions all by herself. Kwanghee asked what she ordered and Naeun said that the waiter will give them something tasty. After that, they started eating the fruit they had bought before.
Watch the full video of their trip to the market below!
Funicular and Swiss School
Next, they go to take the funicular to go up of Stoos, the steepest incline in the world at 1,300 meters asl. Kwanghee is having trouble in buying funicular tickets. He then asks Naeun to help him buy the ticket. Inside the funicular, Naeun and Gunhoo are sitting side by side with the other swiss kids.
As the funicular starts moving, the kids are excited and express their admiration for nature. Naeun is getting along with her friend and Gunhoo seems to chat with his friend too. He even pokes him and tries to interact with him but his friend doesn’t seem to respond.
They finally arrive at the top but, unfortunately, the fog is blocking the view. Kwanghee feels so bad because of it but still acts like he is happy in front of the kids. Naeun and Gunhoo seem uninterested so Kwanghee tries to entertain them and starts singing and dancing around. The kids then join him in dancing and jumping around.
Suddenly, they hear a voice and head over to the source of it. They find a house with some men playing some instruments and making sounds with their mouths. Apparently, they are rehearsing to play some Swiss folk music. Naeun, again, interacts with the musicians. They then introduce, one by one, each of their instruments to the kids. Then they ask if they want to try playing alhorn, a very long horn instrument. Naeun gives it a try even though she has a hard time at first, she manages to make a sound. They ask Kwanghee to give it a try too and he makes a hilarious face when he does it.
The sky turns white and the fog thickens as it starts raining hard. They decide to wait in a house balcony. Kwanghee asks Naeun to imagine things with the white view as if it is a drawing canvas. He asks her what would she like to draw and imagine it with her mind.
The kids are playing around and making sounds then suddenly the owner of the house comes out and asks them to come inside. As they enter the house, they find so many children coats inside. It turns out to be a small Swiss school. The other children are taking good care of Naeun and Gunhoo.
A girl is taking after Gunhoo and lends him her color pencils, while the boys are interested to interact with Naeun. A boy takes her for a short tour around the class to introduce his friends. Seems like it’s a class of children of various grades.
It seems like Gunhoo is testing the boy who takes Naeun around the class to pick up his purposely-dropped color pencil. At first, it’s Naeun who picks it up. Gunhoo makes another attempt and now catches the boy’s attention and picks it up for him.
Later, they hold a little dance party in the class. While the teacher’s picking a song, Gunhoo starts dancing around and clapping his hands. They are all excited and have fun together. The teacher picks a song special for the Korean guests that is PSY’s “Gangnam Style.” As soon as the song starts playing, they all dance to “Gangnam Style” horse dance.
After that, they bring in a mattress. The teacher asks Ronnie, the boy who was with Naeun earlier, to show his moves. He then does a handstand easily. Gunhoo who sees it wants to do it too but can’t, of course.
After taking a group picture together, Kwanghee and the kids leave the place to their next destination.
Watch the full video in funicular and the Swiss school below!
Museum of Transport
Next, they visit the Museum of Transport. They enter the museum for free because the kids are still under six years old and Kwanghee is their guardian. As soon as they enter, the kids are excited to see many kinds of transportations in there. Gunhoo seems to like the ancient bicycle, while Naeun enjoys driving the delivery bike. Naeun tells Gunhoo to give it a try and teaches him how to drive.
Then they try the paragliding vehicle Gunhoo suddenly climbs over Naeun which upsets her very much. It seems like Gunhoo tries to apologize but Naeun is too angry to respond to him then Gunhoo starts pouting his mouth. Kwanghee finds this so adorable but when he tries to talk to him, Gunhoo hits Naeun and looks upset. Can Kwanghee help them make up?
After that, they ride a giant hamster wheel. The kids seem not to want to be side by side as they go separate directions. Kwanghee doesn’t let this happen and says, “If you go the opposite ends, it won’t spin. Even siblings must look in the same direction and work together for the family work.”
Amazingly, they listen to him and Naeun changes her direction to Gunhoo then tries to spin the wheel together. Since then, when they bump each other they don’t get mad anymore and have fun together.