Zico has been hit by his brother because of chicken? [Happy Together / 2017.01.12]On February 13, 2020 by Raul Dinwiddie
Zico, did Taewoon hit you because of fried chicken? – Won’t my brother seem too mean? / – I mean – it’s all in the past. / – Why did he hit you? – I mean… / – He’s almost like a thug. – I wanted… / – Did you fight over chicken? I wouldn’t say we fought. He hit me. We said you fought, but you clarified that he hit you. (We were trying to sugarcoat it.) It was when I was in my first year of high school. There was fried chicken on the table. – You must’ve been hungry. / – Right. – I assumed dad or my brother / – They bought it. bought it for me. So I started eating and I ended up – eating it all. / – You were hungry. Then I slept. I heard footsteps around 3 a.m. or 4 a.m. My bedroom door creaked open. He tried to wake me up. – At that hour? / – Yes. I said what? He asked me if I ate the chicken. He asked me if I ate it. I told him that I ate it. He asked me if I am crazy? You know how boys talk at puberty. – Yes. / – He asked if it was good. I told him I will pay him back and that I am sorry. – Then he woke me up and… / – He hit you. That’s how I was beaten up – and I can’t ever forget that. / – I see. – He hit him. / – You have a story about fried chicken. It happened only – two months ago. / – This is recent. We were drinking and eating fried chicken. I told him to eat the chicken leg if he wanted to. He said that I am weird for not eating the leg. I never said this before. I always let him have the chicken leg. But he didn’t know that for all those years. I’m sorry, but you’re making them look bad. I mean because of that, I felt shocked and disappointed that he didn’t know what I did for him. I asked him if he thought I didn’t like the leg. – That’s when you fought. / – Right. I always eat the leg first elsewhere. We aren’t trying anything here, but the anecdote… From all the anecdotes… – The anecdote… / – We aren’t trying to cause… You took money from my wallet? – We’re not… / – I just found out. (He is worried.) You took money from my wallet? – I’m sorry. / – We aren’t trying to make you fight. We’re not trying to cause any fight. – You two… / – I mean… You should just have a fight after this show. – I am sorry. / – It’s been a while. Today’s special isn’t about good and bad brothers. The important thing is it wasn’t done one-sidedly. Both of you did it. He never had money in his wallet. No, no. That’s not true. – You never had money. / – My goodness. You told me yourself that you took money from my uniform. You definitely had something to do with it. I would have never initiated it. That’s right. I started it. Exactly. That’s why… I didn’t mean to extort your money, but I meant to get even with you. I did take money from his wallet. How much? It wasn’t much. – Secretly? / – It was about five dollars. – Five dollars is a lot. / – You mean 5000 yen. – It was five dollars. / – 5000 yen’s 50 dollars right? Okay, I took a 1000 yen bill and a 500 yen bill. A 1000 yen bill and a 500 yen bill? After taking the money, I should’ve felt satisfied. I counted how much I had – with the money I took. / – With the money you took… I had the same amount of money. The money I had in my wallet… – You should’ve had more. / – Right. How did it start at first? Was there money on his desk or did you open his wallet… – From his desk. / – It was on his desk? No way, he definitely took it from my wallet. When I tell him off, I always got beaten up right away. He can easily deny what he did. If you talk like this, you put me in a sticky situation. You should apologized to him still. If you didn’t start, he wouldn’t have said that. You should apologize to him again. I apologize to you about this matter. – That was great. / – That’s how you do it. Once, Zico didn’t talk to his brother for three months. – It was like a game. / – What? – A game? / – The first one to talk is the loser. – That’s right. It lasted for a long time. / – A game. – It lasted for a long time. / – Three months. We started by not talking to each other. We became competitive. We didn’t talk to each other. It’s like trying whisper – until one goes to the bathroom. / – That’s right. – Whatever. / – Whatever. (“Whatever” goes on forever.) – Like this. / – The one to say the word last wins. – That’s right. / – We do that a lot. – We do it for hours. / – We’re competitive. – Did you do that for three months? / – No. Not talking to each other was – a similar game. / – It wasn’t due to a fight. No, it wasn’t. It was a game that went too far. – You start by saying, “Let’s play a game.” / – Yes. Zico said that he has strategies for winning in an argument with Taewoon. What are you going to do this time? – Don’t be nervous. / – I repeat my words. – How do you do that? / – It goes like this. – You’re wrong. / – I’m right. – You’re wrong. / – I’m right. Oh, I get it. – You’re wrong. / – I’m right. – You’re wrong. / – I’m right. – You’re wrong. / – They’re ridiculous. – He’s getting angry. / – Go on a bit more. – I’m right. / – You’re wrong. I’m right. He became serious. (He lost the match.) Zico is having fun. That was interesting to watch. – “I’m right!” / – “You’re wrong! Wrong!” – Seriously. / – Taewoon is a nice brother. When I approach him after a match, he locks the door. – I see. / – He locks the door. He blocks me. He doesn’t want to lose. – These two are worse. / – How? – What do they do? / – They have the best teamwork. – Let’s see it. / – Let’s begin. You should drink. Sechan, why isn’t he drinking? – Mind your own business. / – He isn’t drinking. Why are you attacking him? – Grab him. / – My goodness. Take this. – They have the best teamwork. / – This happens. – I see. / – It tires me out. Why don’t we switch brothers? The two of you should try arguing. Why don’t we switch brothers? – Should I sit here? / – Yes. (The exchange is complete.) – Let’s begin. / – What’s the situation? – The situation is… / – Fried chicken. Chicken? He ate it without telling my brother. That’s right. (The younger brother ate chicken by himself.) Zico, did you finish the fried chicken? I saw it before I went to bed – and ate it. I’m sorry. / – Really? (Really?) (He smiles.) (How dare you finish your older brother’s chicken?) It’s okay. Go to bed. Thank you. Sehyung is a cool brother. Taewoon. – Please act as you normally would. / – That’s right. – This is how I normally act. / – Let me add details. What details? – Go ahead. / – You only had enough money for chicken. – Okay. / – Marinated chicken. – Let’s try it again. / – All right. – You’re gluttonous. / – Okay. Zico, wake up. You ate the chicken I bought with the money I saved. I’m sorry. I was hungry. I will buy it tomorrow. Okay. – Nice. / – He said he will buy it. – It’s Taewoon’s turn. / – He offered to buy it. He’s a big brother. – Sechan, act as you normally would. / – Okay. I will be criticized. I will act as I normally do. Don’t look at me. This isn’t my fault. I will act as I normally do. (He already clenched his fist.) – He clenched his fist. / – I thought he would slap me. – Hey. / – What is it? – Are you asleep? / – Yes, I am. Why? (He’s expectant.) – What did you do with the chicken? / – What about it? – What did you do? / – I ate it. Why? (He’s getting angry.) – You ate it. / – I ate it. So what? (He’s annoyed.) I saved up money to eat that fried chicken. Buy yourself some chicken. (He hands over his card.) My goodness. (Why you little…) Can I punch him? Sechan gave him a card. The credit card solves the problem. – He’s like that. / – That’s how he acts. – He became very angry. / – It felt real. Brothers and sisters fight too. – That’s right. / – I can re-enact a fight. A fight between siblings… Let’s say Hyeongyeong is my younger sister. I’d say, “Wait, who ate my chicken?” Hyeongyeong, wake up. – Wake up. / – What’s up? – Did you eat the chicken? Why? / – Yes. – I was hungry. / – I’m hungry too. – I’m hungry too. / – He’s scary. – Then eat something. / – You ate my food while I was out. Eat something else. Why did you eat my food? – Saeho. / – Don’t be so mean to your sister. – My goodness. / – I can’t believe you. – I feel bad for her. / – You shouldn’t have eaten it. – You went too far. / – I like chicken too. (The dad fails to calm down his son.) (There’s one person who can end the fight.) (We call her) (mom.) (I will end him.) – Who are you? / – Your mom. – Mom. / – Myungsoo is the mom. You’re being so selfish. – “You’re being so selfish.” / – I’m annoyed. (The fight ended with Mom’s kicks.) Saeho has the facial expression of an older sibling. I’m annoyed. You shouldn’t fight, you brats. – Don’t swear. / – My goodness. Are you stressed out these days? Since you have sisters, you must have fought with them. – That’s right. / – My sisters kept the door locked. (There’s a lack of communication.) There’s a reason. I get scared very easily. One day, my father said we should sleep separately. – It’s natural. / – I was too scared to sleep alone. Your face is the scariest. – What happened? / – I was so scared. – Were you afraid of a ghost? / – Yes, I was. I was so scared that I carried one of my sleeping sisters into my room. (He slept well.) I got up early and put her back in her bed. (He’s a diligent coward.) You did that because you were scared. Yes. I still don’t like being alone in the house. – How old were you? / – I think I was in elementary school. – That’s so cute. / – Thus, he became a morning person. – Thus, he became diligent. / – He’s a morning person. I still fear being alone. My parents ordered my sisters to lock their doors. That’s how they started to lock their doors. – It was to prevent you from carrying them. / – Yes. – I was scolded a lot. / – Do you sleep with your wife? Of course, I do. (I was curious.) Now that we have grown up, – we have the best relationship. / – That’s right. They couldn’t reveal that you were their brother. I was so ugly – that the word spread among their friends. / – Oh, no. The word spread that their brother is ugly. Ever since I was young, I knew I was ugly. My goodness. (He became more handsome by being on TV for 20 years.) You look the most handsome these days, right? – This is the most handsome I’ve ever been. / – Right. Your looks improve when you’re on TV.