Oops, I juz realized I forgot to post ep10’s weecap for Three last week, so here’s a combined post for the final stretch of Three (Gochang).
Since it will be the last week the cast and crew gather at the Gochang farmhouse, Chajumma had earlier suggested to take a family portrait at the local town. He commanded everyone to come dressed nicely, and turns up on that day in his usual tees and ratty jeans. (haha) Anyway, the family troop down to the studio to have their portrait shots taken. And omo, Ho-joonie and maknae Joo-hyuk are so touchy-feely lovey-dovey. (fyi, Ho-joon has taken to slapping Joo-hyuk on the backside…)
After a hilarious time in the studio, the cast have lunch — in town. Since it’s their last week, and they still have much $$ left. That is until the boys whine to Chajumma to cook his promised galbi-jib (stewed beef short ribs) for dinner. Cos Chajumma wants only han-niu (Korean beef) for the dish, it will set them back by 120,000 won. Which means…another day of hard labour in order to earn their dinner. So much for a restful last week.
Na PD generously contacted the nearest farmers to secure jobs for the cast — rock melons and pears harvesting. Not too bad. At least the rock melons’ vines are taller than water melons’ and they are grown under a shaded tent…and so are the pears. Within half a day labour, the cast manage to earn the requisite 120k won to procure their beef short ribs.
Omo. Back home, Chajumma changes into this really sexy tee. It looks nondescript from the front, but from the back…(wolf whistles and catcalls)
Maybe he needs the airy-ness. After all, kitchen work is hot and tiring. The “last dinner” the cast have for Three (Gochang) is Chajumma’s specialty — galbi-jib. After hours of stewing the short ribs, they are finally ready to enter the salivating mouths of Joo-hyuk et al. (Joo-hyuk literally can’t keep his eyes off the stove during the whole process) The portraits are delivered during dinner, and the cast decide to hang them up at the farmhouse (wait…u mean the farmhouse doesn’t belong to someone else in real life?)
Next day, before they pack up and leave (for good), Papa Yoo decides to make a last DIY item — a scarecrow, fondly named Jin-cha (a pun on “jin-ja” (“really?” in Korean), and “jin” “Cha” — “it’s really Cha” (aka Cha Seung-won, cos the scarecrow looks vaguely like him)). Jin-cha is drummed into the rice paddy, and will stand guard against sparrows who are out to target their rice crops.
With that, the cast and crew finally pack up, finish the last chores around the farmhouse and leave. (sniff)
(Afternote: we still have a BTS take this weekend, depending on whether it is interesting, i may or may not weecap it)