I’m so happy. I’m very happy. How stressed is DinDin? He doesn’t seem okay at all. DinDin is a snow crab He’s here. – DinDin is here. / – Well. I heard that you went to check your stress level again. It said eight. (Level six is the highest.) It’s broken. Now, we’ll begin round four. The remaining members are DinDin, Junghoon, and Ravi. Once you work alongside the raging waves, you’ll naturally improve your sense of balance. That’s why we’ve prepared this. It’s called Balance Test. – What is that? / – I have a question. – I have a question. / – What? Are there people who don’t get seasick? – Yes. / – Right. But we have yet to find out who it’ll be. – We’ll have to go and see. / – I’m sorry, but the more you ask, the less time we have to sleep before going to work. Let’s start right away. – All right. / – Let’s do that. How wise. I’m gradually getting anxious. Please. I don’t want to go. The one person who has great balance and doesn’t need to improve it anymore will be exempt from going to work. The person who balances on top of the gym ball wins. (He’s confident.) Ravi has an advantage. – You’re right. / – On top of the gym ball? How about Seonho show us how to do it? Can I climb on top with my knees? The moment you lift your arms, the timer will start. – All right. Start. / – He’s good. (He staggers as soon as he begins.) (He flails his arms around.) (He’s trying his best.) It’s hard. (He only lasts two seconds.) – We need to let go of our hands? / – Yes. We need to only place our legs on top? It’s harder than I thought. – I doubt I can stay for 20 seconds. / – Right. Forget 20 seconds. I can’t stay for two seconds. The world will be spinning once you get on the boat. You need to experience that. You need to spin alongside it. “You need to spin alongside it”? (He’s annoyed by Jongmin.) This isn’t going to be easy. (He must win.) All right. We’ll start once you lift your legs. – You need to let go. / – Hold on. – We’ll be watching your legs. / – Wait. Ready, – set, go. / – There. – Let go of your hands. / – I did. No, your hands. – Oh, my hands? I see. / – Of course. This is difficult. How am I supposed to do this? – Press down with your knees. / – It’s… – Crush the ball with your knees. / – Right. – Like this? / – Yes, and get on top. – Let go of your hands. / – Like this? – Yes. / – How can I balance myself? You just did. – You just did it. / – Yes, for just two seconds. Then I guess you’ll work in the morning. Here I go. All right. (He slaps Jongmin.) (How could you say that?) – That was so mean. / – DinDin will just have – to go work in the morning. / – That’s right. This is driving me crazy. It looks hard. This won’t be easy. I’ll do it the way I was going to. – Goodness. / – This isn’t easy. – That’s an interesting pose. / – How does he do that? I’ll start. (DinDin begins.) (He’s staggering.) (His foot is so close to the ground.) (He maintains this unstable position) (for quite some time.) – He’s good. / – He is. What’s going on? He’s doing too well. He’s really good at balancing. (This is an unexpected talent.) Is it because he has short legs? He had a grudge after our former game. (He doesn’t fall despite Ravi’s criticism.) What’s with you? (He has had a grudge.) (Even in this moment,) (he imagines himself riding the boat at dawn) (and setting out to catch some snow crabs.) He’s outstanding. (He clenches his front teeth.) – That’s his pose. / – This is odd. He has a good balance. He’s very good. He’s doing really well. He could do this for an hour. – He really didn’t want to go. / – He’s doing his best. (They become nervous.) You can come down now. Can I sleep like this? Can I sleep like this? (He looks so comfortable.) (He puts himself in danger.) He’s lasting a long time because he did a good start. (He clenches his front teeth once again.) (But in the end, he falls.) (It’s a shame that he fell.) World record. He probably did it for 40 seconds. – I think it’s over a minute. / – You’ve balanced (What is his final record?) for 48 seconds. (It’s 48 seconds.) – He’ll probably come first place. / – Good job. (I’m doomed.) – He did so well. / – It was really hard. – No one can stop him. / – Let’s hurry and go to bed. – DinDin was… / – How was that possible? (He used his short legs to his advantage.) (His short legs helped him.) (Let me try it.) I can’t do this. How did he do it? – I can’t do it. / – Do you know why? You’re not desperate enough. Right. I won’t be able to do it either. You won’t be able to do it either. Do you know what I was thinking? I imagined that the ground was the sea. – My goodness. / – I truly did. (It’s over if I fall.) Should I try this too? How did he do this? (He needs to lift his feet.) (This was something only he could do.) You can’t do that. Your feet will touch the ground. You shouldn’t have grown so much. You really shouldn’t have. How did his feet not touch the ground? (He doesn’t get it.) You see… (Ravi is disappointed in his long legs.) His feet don’t touch. Hey, this is how I was born. I love you, Mom. How did he do this? Press down with your knees. You did it. Say start. – You’re doing it. / – Start. Ravi is good at martial arts. – I think he’ll last a while. / – Me too. – No, your legs are… / – What’s going on? We don’t know who’ll last longer. They might both get first place. (He’s good.) (The more stable Ravi gets…) – He’s balancing himself. / – No! – I can’t believe it. / – No, no! – Look at Ravi’s face. / – What’s going on? (Why are they so good?) He’s good. He’s using his bottom. (He’s a master of gym balls.) He’s really good at balancing himself. They’re scary kids. Hey. He’s so focused. Look at his face. (He’s determined not to work in the morning.) Will DinDin ride the boat? I think he will. DinDin will go. Talk, will you? Be laidback like I was. Goodness. He’s amazing. (He withstands gravity.) He’s maintaining his position. Oh, no. He’ll definitely win. If this was an official sport, he’d win. (It’s highly likely that he’ll be exempt.) He’s still hanging in there. He’s determined – to beat Junghoon. / – Junghoon, you’re in trouble. That’s why he’s still hanging in there. He’s amazing. – You’ve lost, haven’t you? / – What are you doing? (What are you doing?) He just took a shower. – What are you doing? / – He’s changed his clothes. He’s wearing his pajamas. (Four levels to DinDin’s change in emotions) (Level one: Denial of reality) (Level two: Persuasion and Appeasement) (Level three: Rage) DinDin will continue onto the next game. He’ll be rolling around in the mud. – “In the mud”? / – Yes. It’s raining. (The rain represents his tears.) – It’s raining. / – Stop already. (Ravi ends his match.) What’s his record? 3 minutes and 32 seconds. (DinDin gets mad at the gym ball.) I’m so vexed. My gosh. So that pose is necessary. Junghoon, if you don’t think you can hang in there for three minutes, it’s better to just move onto the next game. (Laughing) This is the wrong pose. It is! (He’ll move) (onto the next game.) (He balances for less than ten seconds.) Thanks for making it short. I leaned forward too much. Ravi! (He’s happy he held out for minutes.) Ravi will be exempt from working in the morning. – Congratulations. / – Ravi will stay inside. He’ll be sleeping in. (Seonho, Seyoon, Jongmin, and Ravi are exempt.) – This is such a dirty match. / – We’re done.