Choo Sung Hoon took his wife out to talk over a romantic view, where the couple discussed their time in Mongolia. Yano Shiho expressed, "I'm worried that things will go back to normal when we get back. You were very considerate and woke up every hour to stoke the fire."
When he asked what she enjoyed the most, she responded, "The Rainbows and Tamir," referring to a Mongolian boy they spent time with at the camp. Though Choo Sung Hoon commented, "You're all about Tamir," Yano Shiho explained, "I want to adopt Tamir. I want a son. Just like you love Sarang, I thought Tamir was very cute. His eyes were so pretty. I feel like crying just thinking about it."
Choo Sung Hoon replied, "You have a busy schedule, so I'm thankful you came here and adjusted it," and she added, "I'm the thankful one. I think we didn't have the chance to look at the same things recently. I thought that was okay, but I also think it's important to see the same thing as well."
He concluded, "I think our whole family could relate to that. I think we were able to sympathize with ourselves and our family."
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