Can Junha keep his six rules to be healthy? [Happy Together/2020.02.27]On February 28, 2020 by Raul Dinwiddie
Today, I’m having grilled duck for dinner. I chose to eat duck for the sake of losing weight. We heard that duck meat is good for us. Because of the unsaturated fatty acid. – Right? / – Yes, that’s right. So that I’d feel less guilty, the unsaturated fatty acid… – It’s why you chose duck meat. / – Right. Thank you. (His glass of water is ready.) The bottle of water is right next to you. – You have your own bottle. / – That’s a necessity. (A glass of water for a shot of alcohol,) (drink only 3 times a week, the 2030 method) (A glass of water for a shot of alcohol) A glass of water for a shot of soju. Do you drink a full glass for a shot? A full glass. Also, I must chew this 30 times. – It makes me not want to eat. / – Right. (The 2030 method can’t beat his appetite.) (His appetite never changes.) (The 2030 method) – This isn’t easy. / – Your jaw must hurt. My jaw hurts and I’m actually somewhat full because of the water. Then you can stop eating. – What? / – Are you done with your meal? That’s not it. You should stop though. Can we get some more? (The 2030 method, I was never told to eat less.) (He prays after eating a mouthful.) (He eats another bite) (and starts praying again.) My jaw hurts. None of the rules were particularly hard to follow. It’s not like I’m on a strict meal plan. I’m able to eat what I want and even drink alcohol. All I had to do was drink a lot of water, so it didn’t seem as difficult. It may sound wrong to say this, but not drinking alcohol at all seemed like the better option. When I drink, I should get tipsy and enjoy that feeling. But since I drank a lot of water… (The effect of a glass of water for a shot of alcohol) I was too full when I didn’t even get drunk. I thought I might quit drinking. That’s how it made me feel. I think I should finish the interview quickly. I need to go to the bathroom again. People around me asked me if I’m sick because I went to the bathroom so often. (The drawback of the program is frequent urination?) This is my first meal today. (Week 2, Junha’s breakfast) – I ate at home. / – You ate a home-cooked meal. (Rice, seaweed oyster soup, braised pollack) Braised pollack. And young radish kimchi and cabbage kimchi. 2 fried eggs and 2 pieces of ham. Pickled Japanese apricot. (Junha’s breakfast) – What is this? / – His plate is different from ours. How many servings did you bring? (The amount of food he ate before the program) This is my first meal today. (His meal became simple.) I will eat for 20 minutes. (The 2030 method) Start. (He has a bite of rice first.) Junha looks much better. – He looks brighter. / – Indeed. It’s not easy to chew food 30 times. One fried egg. (He loses his reason from time to time.) (The Gourmand King’s instinct) I’m putting it in my mouth. And then rice. (Suddenly, he starts gulping down food.) The leaf of young radish kimchi. Slowly. (Let’s not lose my reason.) I’ll eat slowly. (Let’s not lose my reason.) ♪ There’s no need to rush, slowly ♪ (What is your secret to resisting your instinct?) I’m not on an extreme diet. It’s not like I’m avoiding eating soup at all or reducing sodium intake. I’ll refrain myself, work out on a regular basis, and maintain a balanced diet. I’ll try to stay strong while doing that. Five. Four. Three. Two. One. (The 2030 method) 20 minutes. I ate for 20 minutes. It was hard. He followed the rules. He ate for 20 minutes. He’s trustworthy. Hey, you’re here. Yes. Tell Jeehoon to come up. (Week 2, The Crisis of Roha’s Father) (Smiling) – Hello. Did you order this? / – Oh, my. – The owner is here. / – We played in the same musical. – That’s Lee Jeehoon. / – That’s Lee Jeehoon. – Your friends came. / – We played in the same musical. It seems you meet Jeehoon often. Yes, I meet him often. – It’s because they work together. / – Exactly. This dish is on the house. – Have a drink. / – Sorry? – Have a glass. / – No, I shouldn’t. – You shouldn’t? / – No. – No way. / – I can’t drink today. – I shouldn’t… / – You like drinking. Today… No, thanks. I’ll pour you a glass. I won’t drink tonight. Since I’m running a bar, it’s hard to refuse to drink. I didn’t drink too much, but I drank almost every day. So I decided to refuse the drinks offered by customers. (Drink only 3 times a week) – Here you go. / – Thank you. It’s slightly frozen. (He can’t drink while holding a glass.) Outsider King. – It’s good to see you again. / – It’s like slush. (But he treats his customers sincerely.) – Please give us more water. / – Have a glass. Just one glass. – No, thanks. / – Have one drink. I’ll drink later. Then we’ll wait until you come back. We haven’t eaten anything either. Please give us some water. Oh, no. – Don’t forget to bring water. / – Water. Okay. – He’s good. / – Water. (Does it happen a lot?) I used to drink with my friends who came to my bar. (Laughing out of embarrassment) It happened a lot… Well… I know I shouldn’t do that. Actually, he has no choice. He hasn’t met his friends for a while, and he’s glad to see them again. He’s joining them in the end. – Shouldn’t you come in? / – Oh, gosh. – The meat is here. / – How much more should I move? – What is this? / – What? – Is this for me? / – No. – Is it Roha’s? / – Don’t mind me. (A children’s food tray) Gosh, I’m exhausted. Your meat is here. – Oh, yes! / – Shall I pull the table? Can I push the table just a bit? – What’s that? / – What is it? – What are you doing? / – Gosh, seriously. That’s annoying. Junha, we have food here. – Look at that. / – Gosh. Are you going to eat that? – It’s good for my health. / – Oh, is it the appetizer? I mean… – This is so good. / – I have to eat one salad a day. – I know it’s good for your health. / – One meal? Just for one meal a day? You said you would never lose weight. – Well, he… / – I won’t be on an extreme diet like the last time. When will it be over?