BTS Bon Voyage S4 – EP.4 (with Subtitle)

BTS Bon Voyage S4 – EP.4 (with Subtitle)


(BTS Bon Voyage) (BTS Bon Voyage Season Four) So 1, 2, 5, and 6 are
the best ones to get. (1, 2, 6 get the lower bed,
and 5 gets a private room!)
Get 5, and you’ll get your own room. (1, 2, 6 get the lower bed,
5 gets a private room!)
So 5 gets a private room? (5 is the best number!)
– Number 5 gets his own room.
– You’ll get a private room. (The number five is he bets!)
You’ll have it to yourself. (Getting ahead of himself)
I have a feeling
I’ll get number five. (The ladder game
to decide the beds!) (Ladder game to decide the beds!)
Older members first. (Not really.)
But I’ll have less chance of getting
number five if I’m at the end. (They start from the oldest!)
– SUGA.
– I don’t care what I get. RM. (j-hope is the next oldest!)
No, j-hope is next. Oh, you’re right. – j-hope.
– Really? (News flash after living together
for ten years)
I’m the third oldest? (News flash after living together
for ten years)
– RM.
– “RM”. JM. – Hang on.
– V. (Jung Kook is the last one
on the list!)
– V, JK.
– JK. (Jung Kook is the last one
on the list!)
That looks… (His name is the biggest.)
Look at him,
writing his name the biggest. – “JK”!
– That looks good. (Let’s get started!)
– There we go.
– Now, let’s have some fun! Draw one line at a time. – The more, the better.
– That’s true. If we do one at a time,
it gets predictable. (Drawing many lines
to mix it up) – Let’s go by order of age.
– Start with the oldest. – The oldest first.
– I have a feeling I’ll get four. (Will Jin’s “feeling” be right?)
– You think so?
– Yes, I can feel it. (Will Jin’s “feeling” be right?)
I drew it in my head, (A sign from above)
and it’s telling me
I’ll get number two. I think I’ll get number five. (They’re all confident
for no reason.)
Alright, let’s get started. (They’re all confident
for no reason.)
Who knows
if any of us will be right? (No more guessing!)
– I call number two.
– Let’s go, Jin! (No more guessing!) (Jin’s ladder of fate begins!) JK! It’s going far right! – Wait, wait.
– How far are you going to go? (What’s all the excitement about?) (Face about to explode) (Jin gets the private room!)
Did I really get number five? (Jin gets the private room!)
– No way! I can’t believe it.
– It’s right. (No one can believe it.)
This is insane! Great job, everyone.
See you all tomorrow. – This is why…
– Should we do it over? – This is lame.
– Let’s do it again. Hey! (Chaos)
Hey, hey! We should draw… Come on! Don’t be like that. (They’re about to quarrel
while deciding on rooms.)
– This drawing is…
– No, I think we should just draw numbers. – Let’s do that, then.
– Hey, hey! – This is no fun, isn’t it?
– Hey, wait. (No!)
– Hang on!
– To be honest, it’s no fun getting number five
from the start. (They won’t give it to him
so easily!)
It’s because
the best one came out first. (They won’t give it to him
so easily!)
It’s no fun this way! (Let go!)
– That was lame.
– Let’s do it over. (Jin takes the private room before
the others say anything else.) (They still can’t believe it.)
How could he get number five
from the start? (Who knows who’ll get it next?)
But (Who knows who’ll get it next?)
we have to start over
if someone gets five. – If we get number five again…
– Go ahead, then! Try Yoongi this time. (They’ll continue with SUGA!)
– Keep going.
– There’s no way he’ll get it. (They finally sing the same
background music this time.) See? It’s five… Maybe not. (SUGA gets number 4!)
– No, it’s 4.
– It’s number 4. – SUGA.
– What’s for number four? (The top bunk in Room one)
It’s the top bunk. Next is j-hope! – j-hope.
– j-hope! – Let’s go.
– Let’s go. (j-hope’s energy level is high,
as always.) (He plans to dance until the end.) (Why is he more nervous than j-hope?) It’s number one! (Huh? It’s number one?)
– Is that good?
– It is. (He can’t tell if it’s good yet.)
– Number one is…
– That’s pretty good. (Please, number 6!)
– Let’s see.
– Let me get number 6, please! (Will RM get his wish?)
– Let’s go!
– Come on, number six! (The others seem more excited
than RM.) Don’t go that way! Stop! Don’t go! It’s number four! (Things don’t always go
the way you plan, RM.) (RM gets the top bunk in Room one!)
All right. RM and I keep getting the same room. (True soulmates!) (True soulmates!)
Wait a minute. Seriously. (He got the message from above.)
The angels told me
that I’d get number two. (He got the message from above.)
– Let’s get it!
– Jimin! (It’s Jimin’s turn!)
Let’s go. (The song gets quieter each time.)
I think he’ll get four. (The song gets quieter each time.)
I don’t think so. (Bounce, bounce) It’s number seven! (Jimin gets the top bunk in Room 3!)
– Number 7!
– That’s a top bunk. Seriously… (In shock)
Hang on. I’m serious! The angels told me
that I’d get number two! (The game goes on,
regardless of what V says.) (What will it be?) – It’s number two!
– It was true! (He actually got number two!)
– Seriously?
– I’m serious… (He actually got number two!)
He actually got it right. (Jung Kook gets 6 by default!)
– Then that means…
– I told you I’d get number 2! (Jung Kook gets 6 by default!)
So you get 6 by default. That was cool, wasn’t it? So this means (How cute.)
– that number 1 goes…
– I was about to get 5… (Let’s go now!)
– Go find your beds.
– Hello? (j-hope is
the only one who listens.)
I was about to get number five, (j-hope is
the only one who listens.)
and then I got number two. (Sure Taetae, that’s cool!)
Your angels are amazing. (Sure Taetae, that’s cool!)
So they were right. Hey, Jung Kook! Why are you always
in the same room as me? This is really cool, you know. – You’re me
– And I’m you (innocent laughter) (They visit Jin’s room.)
– Room five is really…
– This room… This is fit for royalty. (Their visit makes Jin anxious.)
What do you guys want? (They go to get their things!)
Let’s go get our luggage. – Let’s go.
– And bring food. Let’s bring the groceries. Let’s get our stuff. (They go to sing the work song!)
Hurry, let’s go
and sing our work song. Hoist away! (Jung Kook is happy
about getting ready to eat.)
Put the perishables in the fridge, (Jung Kook is happy
about getting ready to eat.)
so we can take them tomorrow. (Loitering)
Let’s get it over with. (He discovers the camera!) (How cute!) (BTS Bon Voyage) (They bring their bags inside
and unpack them.) Let’s put the food in the fridge. Should we put it all inside? (They’re busy unpacking!)
No, we can (They’re busy unpacking!)
leave these out. But these are green onions. We can put them in
after we cook. Right, after we use them. (In perfect order)
Do we put them all in the fridge? (In perfect order)
No, just seven things. So we leave the rest out? Yes. (Craving mulled wine again)
Let’s make mulled wine later. (Craving mulled wine again)
What’s mulled wine? (Mulled wine equals ssanghwa tang?)
It’s like ssanghwa tang. (Mulled wine equals ssanghwa tang?)
Do we have wine? Yes. We have some over there. Triangle gimbap! (Fixing his hair)
It’s all over there, where the drinks are. This is such a nice room. (He still can’t believe
what happened.)
How is it possible
that Jin got five on the first try? I was shocked, too. Should we eat before we wash up? Whoever wants to wash up can
go ahead. I’ll cook in the meantime. (Whoever’s not cooking will
wash up first.)
Whoever’s already washed up
can do the dishes after. (Whoever’s not cooking will
wash up first.)
Whoever’s not cooking can shower. Who wants to shower first? (Jin will wash up first!)
I’ll go first. – Okay.
– I’ll be fast. (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae: pork belly,
kimchi, kimchi broth, onions,
green onions, minced garlic, sugar) Is there a knife here? (Jung Kook assists SUGA
in the kitchen.)
It’s in the drawer you just opened. (Jung Kook assists SUGA
in the kitchen.) (Did you find it?) Can you bring me another onion? Sure. (After the mission
he stays right by SUGA’s side) (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Peel and wash the onions
and chop them into big pieces) Can you gather the skin
that’s been peeled off? So we can throw them away? Okay. (Hardworking assistant) (Hardworking assistant)
Where should I put them? Do we have a plastic bag somewhere? (Ask j-hope anything!)
– What?
– Do we have a plastic bag? – A plastic bag?
– Yes. (Filled to the brim with meat) (It’s filled to the brim with meat.)
We bought this today, right? (You know what?)
j-hope! You know all the sauces that we bought yesterday? (Ask j-hope anything, Part 2)
Where did they all go? (They answer
all of Jung Kook’s questions.)
They’re all in the drawer. – In the top drawer.
– Really? Hang on. Let me finish this
and then I’ll go with you. (SUGA wants to turn the fan on.)
How do you turn this on? (Ask j-hope anything, Part Three)
Can you turn this on for me? (Ask j-hope anything, Part Three)
– What is it?
– This. (j-hope to the rescue!)
Isn’t it this? (Let’s see!)
And then… (The handyman of the group!)
Full power! (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Throw the pork belly
into the saucepan and stir-fry.) (He pours water in the pot to boil.) (Jung Kook returns
with an armful of ingredients.) A-yo, SUGA. (Jung Kook is a faithful assistant.)
These, too. (Jung Kook is a faithful assistant.)
We should put them… We should separate them
into boxes next time. (Knock, knock!) (Raise the blinds, please!) (What’s going on?) (The blinds must be raised
for the camera outside.) (The ingredients just keep
spilling out.)
These kinds of things (The ingredients just keep
spilling out.)
can go in this section. (What’s this?) (He removes everything
from the bag first.) (You won’t have to go
grocery shopping anymore)
All the sauces. (You won’t have to go
grocery shopping anymore) (This, too.) – Put them all here?
– Yes. (They organize the items
into sections.)
All the meats will go in here. (Putting all the sauces in the box)
This one, too. (Putting all the sauces in the box) (They follow SUGA’s orders.)
Yes, put all the sauces in there. – j-hope!
– What? Can I borrow your cleanser? (No one had brought their own.)
– My cleanser?
– I thought we bought one. (No one had brought their own.) Where is it? (Find the cleanser!)
Over there. (Find the cleanser!)
I don’t know. I didn’t use it. (j-hope doesn’t know!)
It says “for men” on it. (SUGA tells them where it is.) (SUGA tells them where it is.)
Is it this one? Found it. – This is it, right?
– Yes. (Sniff sniff) Wow, it almost smells like
that soup. (A tasty presentation)
It’s like Sinuiju-styled
sundaeguk. But why does it smell like sundaeguk? (It’s a lot of pork
for kimchi jjigae.)
The amount of pork makes it
look like sundaeguk. (Lots of pork is how Jung Kook wanted.)
– I didn’t expect it to be so small.
– Is there anything else… (Whoa!) (Whoa!)
That looks delicious! (It’s being praised already.)
SUGA, aside from this, (Asking about additional dishes)
what else are we having? (Asking about additional dishes)
Is this all for tonight? (Kimchi jjigae alone is
enough for a feast.)
– I think…
– The pot is too small. Even if we had this
with instant rice, (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae
and white rice is the perfect combo.)
– I think it’ll be great.
– Of course. Try it. (Jung Kook has SUGA try it first.) (Slurp) (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Add onions, green onions, garlic,
and continue boiling.) (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Add onions, green onions, garlic,
and continue boiling.)
Now, the onions! (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Add onions, green onions, garlic,
and continue boiling.)
We still have some meat left. (Aren’t the pieces a bit big?) (Aren’t the pieces a bit big?)
We can grill some of it. Should we divide this
into two pots? There’s another one. It’ll be easier to eat
from two pots. (They divide up the portions!)
So let’s do it. (They divide up the portions!) Otherwise, we can’t fit
any more ingredients. Smells good. (Will Chef Min’s stew be a success?)
I think it’s better to divide them
and add more water. That looks good. (A taste of Korea in New Zealand) (A taste of Korea in New Zealand)
It smells delicious! (He can’t fight the smell
and goes to find the rice.)
It smells so good.
Where’s the rice? (He can’t fight the smell
and goes to find the rice.) (Lured by the smell) (Gasp)
(Doesn’t care) (SUGA, SUGA, SUGA!)
That looks amazing. – SUGA, SUGA, SUGA!
– What? Look at me. (Gasp!) – It’s insane.
– Is that kimchi jjigae? – Where’s the microwave?
– Hey, Jimin! (He wants a reaction from everyone.)
Hurry, open the rice. – Should I open it?
– You have to do it, too. Open it, and… (Breathe in,
breathe out.) At the same time. One, two, three. (Always so playful)
– That’s not it.
– Why are you doing something else? (Will they ever pull it off?)
We have to do it together. (Will they ever pull it off?)
One, two, three. (The playful four) That was totally off.
One, two, three. (Taetae finally gets them in sync.) (Taetae finally gets them in sync.)
There we go. One, two, three. (How long are you going
to do this for?) (Let’s get the rice together!)
Guys, microwave the rice. (Let’s get the rice together!)
Can you do it with us?
One, two, three. (SUGA is so nice to listen.) (SUGA is so nice to listen.)
He actually did it. (SUGA is so nice to listen.)
He’s so nice. (j-hope)
V, put your mic on. You didn’t put it on?
I didn’t, either. (They forgot their mics
after washing up.) (Jin’s favorite)
Where’s the beef brisket? It’s in the fridge.
We’ll put them in separately. (See their recipes from Bon Voyage
on Hello Nature!)
– A big bowl of rice.
– Can I taste it? (See their recipes from Bon Voyage
on Hello Nature!)
But if you taste it, – you’ll make a fuss again.
– Guys, clean up the mess afterward. Let’s all eat together. (Gasp!)
Hey, can we… (Try this!)
Can we put noodles
in one of them? Later. There’s no room now. Let’s eat first.
There’s no room for it. (Blown away) Wow, I didn’t even get to taste it. (He didn’t get a sip.) Alright, let’s eat! (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Add sugar, close the lid,
and boil to complete!)
This is mind-blowing. (SUGA’s kimchi jjigae recipe:
Add sugar, close the lid,
and boil to complete!)
One, two, three! It blows your mind and nose,
doesn’t it? (Trailing SUGA around)
Let’s clean this up. (The others blow-dry their hair
in their rooms.) (Trying to dry his hair)
Hey, hey. Wait, your hair’s all dry… Come on! Your hair is obviously dry. (Jin and Jimin contend
for the blow-dryer.) Look, it’s completely dry! (That’s called half-dried squid)
It’s drier than dried squid. It’s not good for your scalp
if you don’t dry it all the way. (Shoving his head in again) (Hehe!) How is the air not
reaching me at all? (He doesn’t even get
a puff of wind.) – You can use it.
– All right. (He finally gets his turn.
Shake, shake) (They clear the table.)
Let’s take all these (They clear the table.)
and put them away. – The groceries there, too.
– And put them where? Put them by the TV. (They leave the groceries
beside the door!)
So they’re easy to grab tomorrow. (They leave the groceries
beside the door!) What about the green onions? (Nonchalant)
Put them out, too. We’re leaving early, anyway. (They clear the table in no time.) Geez. (He means it’s to die for.)
j-hope, kimchi jjigae is just… (He means it’s to die for.)
Let’s eat! (He gets up at the words,
“Let’s eat!”) (Huh?) (He doesn’t look back.) (BTS’s cabin is lit up brightly
under the beautiful night sky) (BTS’s cabin is lit up brightly
under the beautiful night sky)
Thank you for the food! (Chef Min’s kimchi jjigae) (j-hope)
Tonight’s menu is
SUGA’s special kimchi jjigae! (There’s never been
anything like it!)
This kimchi jjigae is (There’s never been
anything like it!)
the best in Korea. (They gather around the table.)
– Thank you, SUGA!
– Thank you! (They thank SUGA for cooking.)
– I thought I brought seven spoons.
– Thank you, SUGA! (j-hope’s spoon)
– That one’s yours.
– This one? I see. (Don’t know who made it
but it’s delicious.)
It’s amazing. (Don’t know who made it
but it’s delicious.)
– It’s so good.
– It’s delicious. This is so good. How’d you make it? What goes into kimchi jjigae? – This is great.
– There’s kimchi, – Kimchi, meat…
– onions, green onions, and meat. (A Korean-styled dinner table,
hands-down)
I guess we’re Koreans after all. (Not a peep leaves their mouths.) (Watching them eat makes us proud,
even when we didn’t cook.)
– It’s delicious!
– It’s so good. (Watching them eat makes us proud.)
This is delicious. It would’ve been even better
if the kimchi was more ripe. This kimchi is good, too. It is, (It’s good, but lacks something.)
– but something…
– Something’s missing? The kimchi here is seasoned, to begin with. (It’s overflowing with meat.)
I was really craving some meat. (Come here, meat!)
Come here! – It’s practically…
– Meat! (Even more than meat stew)
It’s practically meat stew,
with how much meat is inside. I like it with a lot of meat. Should I make some ramyeon? Is this enough? (Talking about what to eat next,
as always)
Kind of. (Talking about what to eat next,
as always) It’d be good if we added water in here
and make ramyeon. (So they add some water
and make ramyeon.) (It’s time for their second dinner!) It’s a budae jjigae! That’s a lot of ramyeon! – I put in three.
– Let’s eat! (How exciting!
Their stomach might actually burst.)
Our stomachs are going to burst! The smell is to die for! (Ramyeon always smells heavenly.)
– It tastes like budae jjigae.
– It does. I was surprised, too. It tastes like budae jjigae. (Their noodles are connected.)
– It tastes like…
– It tastes like it has red beans! j-hope, can you cut… (He’s impatient.)
It really tastes like budae jjigae. – I was so surprised.
– This is amazing! Take it all.
I’ll have whatever’s left. No, you take it first. No, it’s fine. (Jimin and Jung Kook let
each other go first.)
Your hands will get tired.
Hurry up. SUGA, this is amazing. (Their second formula: Leftover
stew, water, ramyeon, and sausage)
– It’s so good.
– It’s insane! (Their second formula: Leftover
stew, water, ramyeon, and sausage)
Budae jjigae! (For the second dinner)
Thank you! I don’t want sausage. Don’t leave any leftovers. Scrape your plates clean! – Yes, sir.
– Yes, sir. There’s no way
we can lose any weight on this show. (SUGA and Jung Kook had planned
on intermittent fasting.)
What was I thinking? (SUGA and Jung Kook had planned
on intermittent fasting.)
Exactly. I don’t know why you said that. Jung Kook, you always have ideas
like that. One of these days, I really should make you guys
kimchi fried rice. Do it tomorrow. – What?
– You can make it tomorrow. (Taken aback at the immediacy)
I’m not as confident using foreign ingredients. (He’s not used to
the unfamiliar ingredients.) (He’s not used to
the unfamiliar ingredients.)
I don’t think the ingredients here
are very different. Foreign ingredients. (BTS’s heartwarming dinner time) That was a great meal. (Another peaceful night passes by) – Can I ask you something?
– Yes? What do we do with food waste? (The food waste is thrown out
with the other trash!) (Argh!) What is it? The food waste goes… (Huh?) The food waste goes… (Something falls off from RM’s slipper.) Maybe you were supposed to (The soles?)
remove it before wearing them. I don’t believe this. (I’m supposed to come off?)
– You’re supposed to…
– I just bought these… (Kissing the soles goodbye
after 30 minutes)
I put these on 30 minutes ago. Jung Kook, look at this. What happened? (What a way to lose it!)
The sole just suddenly fell off. Can you believe this? (Someone, please
make sense of this for RM.) I guess it’s still warm without it. (Only the dirty dishes are remaining.) (Checking his beautiful face) Here comes the sponge! Do you have those, too? What? Gloves. We didn’t get any gloves. (They forgot to buy rubber gloves.)
The gloves help to scrub better. (V’s statement)
The grime doesn’t come off as well
with bare hands. Aren’t there any gloves around here? – We forgot to buy them.
– I don’t see any. (They don’t see any gloves on hand.) Okay! V, let’s buy them tomorrow. – Okay.
– Sorry about that. (j-hope feels bad about forgetting them
but V is fine)
No, no, it’s fine. Anyway, where’s the trash bag? Is it this one? – j-hope!
– Yes? (RM shouts the directions
from their room.)
Put the trash and food waste
in the left bag, (RM shouts the directions
from their room.)
and paper, plastic, bottles, and others go in the right bag. Okay! (V is busy washing the dishes.) So this is what happens
when you don’t wear gloves. (They divide up the workload.)
Okay, we’re writing a list
of things to buy tomorrow. (Splashing water on himself) (Is it clean?) (Hahahaha) (He laughs and makes eye contact
with each camera.
Charming to the max) (RM and Jimin are outside.)
Wait. (RM and Jimin are outside.) That’s the moon? (The moon shines onto the lake.)
Look at the reflection on the water! (The moon shines onto the lake.) (Whoa!) We have to go see it up close. (The moon looks even more special
tonight when they’re all together.) This is incredible. (They’re bundled up
in order to beat the cold.) (The sight has put them in awe.) (It’s like a work of art.)
This looks like a painting
by one of my favorite artists. (New Zealand is
paintings all around.)
Everything looks like a painting
in New Zealand. (New Zealand is
paintings all around.) It’s a work of art.
How does the moon look like that? (Just staring at the scene
brings peace to their souls.) (The stars give way to the moon.)
Because the moon is so bright, it’s hard to see the stars. What do you say
we call it the “moon road”? – Why?
– I don’t know. (They’re caught up
in their emotions.)
– Moon…
– I just threw it out there. The way to the moon. (“Moon Road” by RM)
“Take the moon road here to me.” When the moon rises
in the New Zealand night sky, take the moon road here to me. – The moon…
– Something like this. (His random thoughts
turn into poetry.)
Moon… Moon. (Jimin is self-conscious
of his random thought.) (Jimin is self-conscious
of his random thought.)
Why are you smiling at me? Oh, moon, oh, moon. – The moon.
– What’s the title? The way to the moon. (The moon and its reflection
leave them in awe.)
It sure is gorgeous. (The moon and its reflection
leave them in awe.)
This is it. Hey, Tae Hyung! (Jimin comes to help.)
Are you done with the dishes? (Jimin comes to help.)
I told you to do half. No, it’s all right. I’ll clean up the rest
when you’re done. All right. Just finish rinsing
and I’ll do the rest. I wish the sink was a little higher. – Does your back hurt?
– Yes. (Giving V a back massage) (The sink is too low
for V to work comfortably.) (Oh!) I don’t really (Jin’s massage has
a psychological effect.)
feel much,
but it’s mentally relaxing. (Not a massage, but mental care)
It’s for your mental health. (Not a massage, but mental care) (The recipient has to adjust
his position manually.) Hey, help me out. (j-hope wants to start loading
for tomorrow.)
Let’s load what’s out here
in advance. (j-hope wants to start loading
for tomorrow.)
I think it’ll be better (He wants to get ready early.)
to start loading tonight. (He wants to get ready early.) (He wants to get ready early.)
We should tidy up the campervan too. (They head out to the van.)
This is heavy. – Are you taking both boxes?
– Yes. – But they’re heavy.
– It’s all right. (RM moves the big boxes
on a single trip.) (They’re heavier than he’d thought.) (They’re heavier than he’d thought.)
I might get crushed under these! (Laughing at the ridiculous weight)
These are so heavy. (Can someone help him, please?) It’s all right. I do the dishes all the time
at home. Why do you keep saying
it’s all right? You can stop now. – What?
– You’ve done enough. (V has done a whole load of dishes.)
No, it’s all right. (He can do it
with his eyes closed.)
I’m an expert at washing dishes now. (A sudden dishwashing battle)
I’m really good at the dishes too. On our month-long vacation, (He mastered it over the vacation.)
I did the dishes the whole time. You didn’t rinse these yet, right? – What?
– Are these done? (They both want to help.)
No, it’s all right. Come on, come on. Go over there. (Peace) (Our happy-go-lucky oldest member) Where do I put these? (They organize the van.)
Did we bring everything? (j-hope will do the rest.)
– Yes, they’re in the back.
– Okay, I’ll do it. Go back inside. (j-hope will do the rest.)
– All right, thank you.
– Sure. (RM heads back by himself.) (He takes off his shoes in advance
for a quicker re-entry.) (What’s j-hope up to?)
There’s foil here and everything. (What’s j-hope up to?)
Plastic bags. (Organizing their purchases)
Disposable gloves. (He’s done with the top cabinet!) (Putting the mandarins away) Okay! It’s up here. (Even he’s impressed
by his own organizing.)
There. Wow, that’s perfect. (The leftover water goes
in the fridge!) (The fridge appears to be packed.) (He fits the water
into the remaining spaces.) (He’s finished
organizing the fridge!) (Jimin gets cold medicine
and honey tea for the guys.)
Really, stop. Let me do it. (Jimin gets cold medicine
and honey tea for the guys.)
No worries. (They want to help each other.)
I’m fine, really. (They want to help each other.)
Taehyung is doing so much. (The water suddenly turns cold.)
Why is the water so cold? (The water suddenly turns cold.)
He did all the dishes himself. (SUGA’s mumbled explanation)
It doesn’t work when someone uses
hot water in the shower. I should capture
this beautiful moment. (It’s so cold!) (The water is too cold
for him to continue.) Who’s in the shower? Who’s using the hot water? (He’s about to cry from the cold.)
– What?
– Who’s in the shower? Is the hot water not working? (Blowing on his hand) (Blowing on his hand)
Who’s in the shower? You’re making Tae Hyung’s
hands freeze! (Can’t both places be warm
at the same time?)
Can you spare him some hot water? Who’s washing up right now? (It’s Jung Kook!)
Who is it? (It’s Jung Kook!)
It’s either Yoongi or… No, really. Let me finish these. I’m almost done, anyway. (So heartwarming that it’s hot!)
How nice. Look at this
heartwarming friendship. It’s the least I could do
since I can’t help with the cooking. (Getting into the cracks
and crevices!) (Getting into the cracks
and crevices!)
What’s this? It’s honey. (They can have honey tea,
thanks to Jin.)
Jin donated it to us. Make sure not to use a wet spoon! We know. We’re wiping
the spoon right now. Thank you
for donating it to us, Jin! Who wants some cold medicine? Me! I’ll have some. Do you want one too, Yoongi? (SUGA doesn’t need any.)
No, thanks. You don’t want any? (Jimin personally brings him
the medicine.)
Will we have to wait every…
Thanks, Jimin. (Jimin personally brings him
the medicine.)
Thanks a lot. (Some for Jung Kook, too!)
A spoonful of honey and medicine. Careful, it’s hot. (Whoa!) (It’s hot!) I didn’t think you’d grab it (Jung Kook grabbed
the cup by the body.)
like that. (Jung Kook grabbed
the cup by the body.) However… Is j-hope in the shower? (No, he’s in the campervan.)
Why did we buy so many mandarins? (Seems like this would never end) (He can have fun, even by himself!)
I’ll put them under the tent! (He can have fun, even by himself!) (He has his own
organization strategies!)
The instant rice, too. (He has his own
organization strategies!) All right, that’s good, that’s good. (Jimin)
j-hope! Why are you cleaning
by yourself? – You should’ve told us.
– Yo! I’m done. (Jimin brings him some tea.)
– Doesn’t it look nice?
– It does, but why didn’t you… (Jimin brings him some tea.)
I’m all done! (Nice and hot for j-hope)
– I brought you some medicine.
– Thanks. (Nice and hot for j-hope) Go back inside. (He’s worried
that j-hope will get sick.)
– Hurry up, or you’ll catch a cold.
– Yes! Okay. (He needs to go to the bathroom)
Sick or not, I need to use the toilet. (He needs to go to the bathroom) (Let’s hurry and go back inside!) (Let’s hurry and go back inside!)
I’ve been holding it in. (Jimin is everywhere at once.)
Taehyung is working hard on the dishes, (Jimin is everywhere at once.)
– but the camera’s turned off.
– What? (The camera is turned off!)
We didn’t get you working hard
on the camera. (The camera is turned off!) (It suddenly turns back on.)
This turned off…
Hey, it’s back on again. So it’s recording right now? (Confused)
Or did it just start recording? Can I charge my battery somewhere? (Jimin Cam)
Hang on. Is it back on again? (Jimin is puzzled.)
– Jimin, let’s shoot this together.
– Sounds good. (Jimin, wanted for turning off
the cameras everytime) We should get you (He unknowingly turns
the camera off again.)
working hard on the camera. (He unknowingly turns
the camera off again.) (Once again, he has no idea.)
– You’ll get blisters.
– What? (Worried)
You might get blisters
on your hands. The hardworking man from the back. How broad it is! Are you filming a commercial? How very broad it is. (Jung Kook is done with his medicine!) (RM is grateful for their help.)
Thanks a lot, guys. (RM is grateful for their help.) (RM is grateful for their help.)
Okay. (Jung Kook is feeling sleepy.)
I feel so relaxed
and sleepy now. (Jung Kook is feeling sleepy.)
– Thanks a lot, Taehyung.
– I’ll brush my teeth and go to bed. Can you give us a wink for ARMY? (Wink!) (RM’s reaction is our reaction) (RM took the camera
that was next to him.)
Where’d you get that camera? (RM took the camera
that was next to him.)
It was here. That’s good. You can stop now. Thanks, Taehyung. (He did all the dishes for them.)
Yes, thanks a lot, Taehyung. (He did all the dishes for them.)
Sure. Here. (He’s finally done with the dishes
after an hour and a half!) This is for you. (Jimin has Taehyung’s medicine ready.)
Thank you. – Thanks.
– Sure. (j-hope comes in,
drinking the medicine.)
This is really good. I should shower.
Did you shower yet, V? – No.
– You can go first. (They’re so considerate
of one another.)
Let me drink this first. (They’re so considerate
of one another.)
All right. (Thanks to both of you!)
– Thanks a lot.
– Thanks for cleaning up. (Thanks to both of you!) Nice. (Jung Kook is back in his room
after brushing his teeth.) I hope I won’t fall asleep
right away. (That’s what he says,
but let’s see what happens.) – Good night, j-hope.
– Good night. I love you! (Jin enters his room
after washing up.) (SUGA folds up the clothes he wore.) (Here comes j-hope!) (What’s Jimin doing
with gloves in his hand?) (He leaves them out to dry.) He’s asleep. (V takes a walk outside
after finishing the dishes.) (Wow!) (The moon puts everyone in awe
whenever they see it.) I think I could stop walking now. (He’s scared
of the Loch Ness Monster.)
Nessie might be hiding back there. (He’s scared
of the Loch Ness Monster.) (How cute!) All the stars are suddenly gone. (They’re hard to see
with the house and camera lights.)
They’ve disappeared (They’re hard to see
with the house and camera lights.)
as if we’re playing hide-and-seek. (They’re hard to see
with the house and camera lights.) (I wish I could see the stars.) (It’s not coffee,
but cold medicine with honey.) (What could be on his mind, staring
out at the lake in the darkness?) (The night is dark
and the moon shines brightly.) (Another night passes by, awash in
a sea of stars and endless galaxy.) (It’s the second morning in New Zealand!) (The snowy mountains stand tall
beyond the placid lake.) (The birds chirp
to bring in the new morning.) (And… Is that a duck?) (Everyone still seems to be asleep.) (Rustling
The morning alarm breaks the peace!) (We hear rustling,
but no one seems to be getting up.) (At that moment, someone wakes up!) (Who’s the first one
to get out of bed?) (He turns off the alarm
and heads out the door.) (RM is the first one up!) (Glancing around) (He draws the curtains
to let in the morning sun.) (Just then, someone else wakes up!) (Moving slowly) (They start getting up,
one by one.) Aren’t we supposed to leave
at eight o’clock? That’s right. (It’s a busy morning,
getting ready to leave.) V! Wake up. (RM comes to wake V.)
Tae Hyung, you have to get up now. (He gently pulls back the covers
to wake him.) Wake up. (V is still squirming.) (V is still squirming.)
I’m going to steal your blanket. Come on, get up. (It’s still pitch dark
in Jin’s room.) Jin? It’s time to get up. (He tells him and leaves
without a second glance.) All right, guys.
It’s time to get up. (He wakes Jimin and Jung Kook
next door!) (He flicks the lights on
and leaves right away.) (What time is it?) (Jimin does a stretch
before getting up.) (Jung Kook seems
a little too quiet.) (Huh?) (BTS Bon Voyage) Everything is ready. Let’s go. (They were quick to get ready!)
Shall we go? (They were quick to get ready!)
Yes, let’s go. – Shall we go, guys?
– We’re all set to go. (The members waiting outside are
ready to go!)
– Shall we go?
– Okay! Go, go, go! (Why are they crossing paths?)
Why don’t we start (They can’t leave out the chant!)
the morning with our song? (They can’t leave out the chant!)
Are we doing the acoustic version? (Nothing beats the original!)
No, let’s do the original version. (Nothing beats the original!)
Variations are only fun
for the first couple of times. (Here we go!)
It’ll be a fresh start to the day. – Come out.
– Guys, come on out! (Where are you, V, Jung Kook?)
– Come on out!
– You can do this, too. (V is in the campervan!)
– Jung Kook!
– Come outside! – Where’s V and Jung Kook?
– My voice is shot. (I’m right here.)
Where’s Nam Joon? Nam Joon! He’s right here. Oh, you’re right. (V is on his way.)
You can start us off, Tae Hyung. (V is on his way.)
Come on, let’s clap! Let’s start the morning off fresh. (Clap, clap!) Bon Voyage! (Clap, clap!) Bon Voyage! (Clap, clap!) Bon Voyage, Bon Voyage, Bon Voyage! – My voice is cracking.
– That was nice. Great work, guys. Let’s go! Let’s get going. (They start the morning off
with a chant and take off!) (BTS Bon Voyage) (They go shopping for their campout
dinner before going trekking.) (They must be
well-prepared for the night.) Good morning. Do they have a blow-dryer here? (The campervan team enters
the store!)
Something smells good. (The campervan team enters
the store!) (RM gets help from the clerk passing by.)
Excuse me. (RM gets help from the clerk passing by.)
Do you sell hair dryers here? A dryer… (Unfortunately, they don’t.)
– Sorry.
– No? Okay, thank you. – Seok Jin!
– What? (SUGA is at the meat section.) Hey, these are cute! (Firewood is a necessity.)
– The firewood.
– They might not have them. (Firewood is a necessity.)
Here they are. They’re right here.
Let’s take one. – We should get this one.
– Will one be enough? – Wow, it’s very…
– I think we’ll need two, (It’s hard to tell
how much they’ll need.)
if we’ll be camping out
for two nights. (It’s hard to tell
how much they’ll need.)
– We’ll need at least two.
– But, j-hope. This might not catch fire easily. – We should get…
– Then let’s get the one on top. (There’s a log and smaller firewood) (There’s a log and smaller firewood)
What’s the difference? Wouldn’t the whole log
last longer, though? Let’s get one of each. (Negotiate
Buy one each!)
– So one of each?
– Right. (Negotiate
Buy one each!)
– Let’s do that.
– That should be good. (While the other members are
buying camping supplies,) (SUGA buys the cooking ingredients!) (Jin sweeps by with the firewood.) (He spots SUGA and goes
to drop off the firewood.) (What else do we need?) (Rattle) We need firewood, too? SUGA! Let’s make mulled wine tonight. (SUGA will get the ingredients
for mulled wine!)
All right. I’ll buy the ingredients. (SUGA will get the ingredients
for mulled wine!)
We need fruits – and cinnamons…
– We’re getting more sausage? – We bought them yesterday.
– We do? (Everyone talking about different things)
– We have wine, too.
– Right. We threw out
a ton of sausage last night. (They kept them in the cooler.)
– No, we didn’t.
– We still have a lot left. (They kept them in the cooler.)
We saved some. (They kept them in the cooler.)
– We saved 4, maybe 5 packs.
– Really? (j-hope is shocked
by the meat this time.)
Is that more meat? (j-hope is shocked
by the meat this time.)
Aren’t we having too much of it? – But I love meat.
– We’ll need a lot more
than you think. (It’ll be gone in a flash.)
– Will we?
– It goes into a lot of dishes. Should we get some chicken, then? – Chicken?
– Yes. (Are they having chicken tonight?)
But they only have
drumsticks and wings. (Are they having chicken tonight?)
– Drumsticks and wings?
– Then let’s get drumsticks! Let’s get drumsticks. It just seems like
we’re eating a lot of meat. Should we get some vegetables
to make wraps? (The specific vegetables may be
hard to find.)
They probably don’t
have them, right? (The specific vegetables may be
hard to find.)
Probably not. (They spot salmon along the way.)
Look, salmon! (They spot salmon along the way.) (They find the meat section!)
Here they are. (They find the meat section!) (New Zealand chicken is different
in size.)
They’re huge. (New Zealand chicken is different
in size.)
They don’t have any raw chicken. Isn’t this raw… (They don’t see any whole chicken.)
– Oh, you mean the whole chicken?
– I mean the whole chicken. How do we cook this? (They don’t know
what to do with it yet.)
Do we just grill it? (SUGA will have the answers.)
– Yoongi will know what to do.
– We just grill it, right? (j-hope asks the other guys.)
Hey, can we just grill the chicken over the fire? I have the sauce for dakbokkeumtang. (Luckily, SUGA has the sauce.)
Then maybe (Luckily, SUGA has the sauce.)
we shouldn’t just get drumsticks… (They all want different chicken.)
We should get wings, too. (They all want different chicken.)
– No.
– If we just have legs… It’s even better
with only drumsticks. (He talks them into get
drumsticks only.)
Really? Then just drumsticks? (He talks them into get
drumsticks only.)
Then there’d be enough
drumsticks for each of us. I want to get some vegetables. (The list keeps getting longer.)
Don’t we need vegetables
for dakbokkeumtang? Just potatoes, carrots, (That’s all!)
– and onions.
– Did we buy carrots yesterday? Yes, we did. (“Laundry” gloves?)
– We need laundry gloves, too.
– We have green onions, too. (What are laundry gloves?)
– Laundry gloves?
– You mean rubber gloves. I said it wrong. (The dish expert meant rubber gloves.)
– For the dishes.
– We’ll get two of these. We have enough water, right? – Water…
– We have more than enough. Let’s go check out! (SUGA is in a rush to leave.)
Come on, let’s check out. Come over here. No, we can’t leave
until I get a ride on that thing. On what? (They’re confused.)
A ride on what? – That thing over there.
– That thing outside. (The zip line
that V and Jin rode on!)
– The fun thing we rode.
– What we rode yesterday. (The zip line
that V and Jin rode on!)
What is it? – The Tarzan ride.
– That thing outside… They sell coffee here. How do you ride it? (No logical flow
to their trains of thought)
– Should we get some coffee?
– Yes, let’s get some. (No logical flow
to their trains of thought)
Who wants coffee? Does anyone want coffee? (j-hope will buy the coffee.)
– Raise your hand for hot coffee.
– Me. (Getting a head count)
– One, two, three, four…
– And Yoongi, too. What are you guys getting? – Coffee.
– Coffee. Hot coffee. I don’t want any. – Then that’s 4.
– Okay, 4 drinks. (V goes to ride on the zip line.) (V goes to ride on the zip line.)
They have hot chocolate, too. (They wait for their orders.)
– A flat white?
– Yes. Thank you! Thank you. Jung Kook, Jung Kook! (Jin calls Jung Kook in a rush.)
– What?
– Jung Kook, stop! Stop! (Kick!)
All right, let’s go. (V is ready to ride the zip line!) (Whoa!) (No one else is on it
so early in the morning.) (This is so much fun!) (It doesn’t take a big ride
to entertain V.) (Heading toward
different destinations) (Heading toward
different destinations)
I want a ride! You should go try it, too. – Go take a ride.
– What is it? (SUGA encourages Jimin
to go for a ride!) Did you go on it yet? We have to go after one ride! (They all rush one another.)
We have to go soon! (Jin comes running over
to get a ride in.) (Good thing there are two lines!)
Do I put my feet on here? (V brings the line for Jung Kook.) (V brings the line for Jung Kook.)
Yes. (It’s up to you!)
You can sit or stand on it. (One by one,
they head toward the zip line.) (In the meantime,
Jung Kook takes off.) (The zip line takes him speeding
through the wind.) (It’s a short, but exciting ride.) (Jin follows suit!) (Whoo-hoo!) (A ride with beautiful scenery
in the background) (Making up for yesterday’s
one measly ride) (Jung Kook brings the line back.)
Here you go! (Jung Kook brings the line back.)
Step back and jump off the edge. (It’s Jimin’s turn!)
Here I go! (It’s Jimin’s turn!)
– Jimin, want to go together?
– What? – Let’s go together.
– Okay. (RM wants to go with Jimin.)
Since it’s the last time. – Ho Seok is…
– Hurry, j-hope! Ho Seok hasn’t done it yet. j-hope, are you riding? (Don’t touch j-hope’s coffee!)
This is mine! (Don’t touch j-hope’s coffee!) (Jimin goes by himself in the end.) (Using his arms to keep balance)
Here I come! (Everyone seems to be
enjoying the ride.) (This is so much fun!) (RM is off to a shaky start!) (He fails to stand up
and sits the rest of the way.) (RM, watch out for the ground.) I want to try! Is it fun? (It’s a small ride,
but they’re still excited.)
– It’s preparation for the future.
– I want to try! (It’s a small ride,
but they’re still excited.)
I want to try the slide. (Who’s the fastest runner?) (Little Jin is here!)
It’s kind of a brutal ride. How do you do this? (Slip) – Put them up at the same time.
– What? (They must jump with both feet.)
You have to jump up. Do you want me to show you? Go ahead. (V shows him how it’s done!) (He glides off
after the demonstration.) (j-hope successfully follows
his example!) (He seems afraid,
but enjoys it, regardless.) (He wishes to go again.) j-hope! What? (Can I try it one more time?) You want to go again? (He sees j-hope returning
and follows him back.)
Take this one! (How do you do that?)
– I won’t use my feet this time.
– What? (He wants to use his arm strength.)
I’ll hold on with just my arms. (He wants to use his arm strength.) (He really hangs on by his arms.) (Feet are off the ground) (Be careful, Jimin!) (He lands
without losing his balance.) (They head back to the cars.) (They head back to the cars.)
Shall we go now? – Let’s go.
– Let’s go. (It’s time
for their next destination.)
We don’t have time. Let’s go. (They must go,
since they don’t have much time.) That was fun. It really was. (Now all seven of them are
in on it.)
It was my secret ride. (Now all seven of them are
in on it.)
Now you all know, thanks to me. Let’s go. (They’re running out of time!)
Let’s go, guys! We don’t have time. (They’re running out of time!)
Let’s go. (BTS Bon Voyage) (They drive
to their next destination.) The weather and the scenery are
both so nice. It’s refreshing. It feels different, right? It does. (Many things set the trip apart
from their other trips.) (Making sure
that the van is still behind them) Don’t I look like a New Yorker,
having breakfast like this? No, you seem like a New Zealander. A New Zealander? (When in doubt, ask RM!)
Is that what you call them? – New Zealander.
– That’s right, isn’t it? (Yes, you seem
like a New Zealander, Jin!) That’s nice and warm. (The drink warms him up.) (The drink warms him up.)
Geez. (SUGA hasn’t touched his coffee.)
I haven’t even had a sip of mine. (SUGA hasn’t touched his coffee.) – Do you want me to feed you?
– No, thanks. (The coffee is too hot for him.)
I’m afraid it’ll burn my mouth. (The coffee is too hot for him.)
It’s way too hot. It’s pretty warm, aside from
early morning and nighttime. (It’s warm when the sun is out.)
Isn’t it nice outside right now? It was pretty cool earlier. (The snowy mountains and lake
stretch ahead of them.) Look at the lake! The color! – The color looks like paint.
– New Zealand… (The color of the lake leaves
them in awe.) (Producer)
What you see in front of you is
Lake Pukaki, Lake Pukaki. It’s a beautiful day today. (It was like a tour guide
on the radio.)
Wow, what’s this? (Explaining to the guys in the back)
– Guys, there’s a lake on your right.
– Wow, look at that! – It’s beautiful!
– It’s incredibly beautiful. It’s called Lake Pukaki. – Say that again?
– Lake Pukaki. Bukaki? This is insane! (The scene that Jung Kook
thinks is insane) (The grand nature leaves them
speechless.)
Get some pictures! (They get photos for SUGA.)
This is beautiful. Hang on. (They get photos for SUGA.)
This is just unbelievable. Oh, my god. Look at this lake. (His English spills out
at the foreign sights.)
It looks too flat in the photos. It’s such a beautiful lake. (They keep repeating
the same thing.)
– It’s gorgeous.
– It’s so pretty. (They keep repeating
the same thing.)
It’s unreal. (What just happened, j-hope?) They said the color is like that
because of a nice weather. (Producer)
Would you like to stop
at the lake for a moment, or keep going? (The producers want
to show them the sights.)
They’re asking if we want
to stop by the lake. (SUGA)
Let’s keep going. (The SUV team is quick to say no.)
Let’s keep going. (The SUV team is quick to say no.) Are we going to stop here? (The guys don’t want to…)
No, Jin and Yoongi don’t want to stop. (The guys don’t want to…)
They’re not very romantic. – It’s seriously so gorgeous.
– It’s so beautiful. (They wish they could stop.)
That… It’s just… The color is just unbelievable. (Fine rock particles from melted
glaciers make it blue.)
That’s the actual color, right?
Not just a reflection? (Fine rock particles from melted
glaciers make it blue.) (Fine rock particles from melted
glaciers make it blue.)
This is insane. (They don’t know how else to react.)
It’s unbelievable. ARMY can probably see the same sights
through the inserts, right? (They remember their fans
whenever they see something nice.) (They remember their fans
whenever they see something nice.)
It’s just incredible here. (SUGA gives his seal of approval!) (SUGA gives his seal of approval!)
It looks like
it’s from a fairy tale! (It’s like watercolor paint
in the water.)
– It’s like a watercolor painting.
– It’s so picturesque. (The following sounds are made
by RM in a very good mood.) (The following sounds are made
by RM in a very good mood.)
This is just amazing. – Take some pictures!
– Open the window on that side. (It’s more beautiful in real life.)
It doesn’t look the same
in the pictures. (It’s more beautiful in real life.)
You can’t get it on camera. Can we stop by on our own? – This is unbelievable.
– This is just… (The campervan team is
disappointed.)
What a shame! (The campervan team is
disappointed.) (The campervan team is
disappointed.)
Ask them if we can stop
for five minutes! – Should I ask them?
– Yes. (They decide to give it a try.) (They decide to give it a try.)
– Tell them we want to go…
– Excuse me, (Jimin asks for permission.)
the guys in the campervan want (Jimin asks for permission.)
to stop by the lake. Did we pass it already? (Producer)
We didn’t pass it yet.
It’s still on our right. (It’s not too late to stop!)
They just want to stop
and see it for a second. It’s so pretty! – What did he say?
– They want to stop by. They want to stop? Pull over, pull over! (They decide to stop by!)
All right, then. Thank you! (They pull over to see Lake Pukaki.) There might be a dip here. Be careful with the coffee. Let’s go! It’s so beautiful here! (He rushes out
and forgets to close the door.)
I can’t believe it! (He rushes out
and forgets to close the door.) There’s no way
we could’ve passed this by! (It’s too good to pass up.)
We can’t pass this up.
I just got the chills. (Jung Kook runs over
to take pictures.) – How is this possible?
– This is so beautiful! (He seems excited,
even from the back.)
It’s practically computer graphics. (He seems excited,
even from the back.)
I’m telling you, it’s insane! How is this even possible?
It’s unbelievable. (They can’t believe
what they’re seeing.)
I was so shocked. (They can’t believe
what they’re seeing.) (Jimin takes a leisurely stroll.) Seriously, what is this place? (It’s Lake Pukaki, that’s what!) (They enjoy the lake in their own ways) (Focused on his work)
This is incredible! It’s incredible. (They gather in front of the lake.
Ha!) Do you know how
to do that one thing? Skipping stones on the water? (He’s inspired
by the stones around them.)
Don’t you know how to do it? (He’s inspired
by the stones around them.)
No, I don’t. I brought three stones to skip them, too. Is this what they call “youth”? (Of course! That’s what you call
this moment!)
Hey, youth! Hey, youth! (j-hope is satisfied.)
That looks nice! Sit down.
I’ll get one for you, too. (Exchange of labor)
Let me give it a try. Let me try it this time! (j-hope is disappointed
with his results.)
Hey, why doesn’t mine
turn out like yours? (Hi-ya!) That’s good. (Taetae, satisfied)
That looks nice. (Taetae, satisfied)
Okay. Let’s go. (He’s suddenly worried.)
It’s not illegal or anything
to skip stones, right? You’re awful at it. (They’ve all tried it before,
right?) (It’s natural for them
to be curious at their age.)
Aren’t you supposed to
throw it sideways? (It’s natural for them
to be curious at their age.) (What was that?) (Jin’s stone skips fairly far.)
Wow, Jin is really good. (Splash!) (Disappointed)
– It just dove straight in!
– Right. (Disappointed)
Do I have to throw it sideways? (How you throw makes
all the difference.)
– You’re supposed to do that…
– Aren’t you supposed to (How you throw makes
all the difference.)
– give it a spin?
– That’s right. (Feeling competitive now)
– You’re supposed to…
– I don’t know how to do it. – You have to…
– Why… – Jin’s pretty good at it.
– Why isn’t it working? (Jimin gives it another try!) (His stone skips far this time!) (His stone skips far this time!)
– That was crazy!
– It skipped six times! Jimin! I think it was eight times. Was it? Hey, Jimin! No, stop! Don’t bother him! (V ignores j-hope’s plea.)
– Hey, Jimin!
– It’s okay! Don’t worry. (V ignores j-hope’s plea.)
Stop it! (He calls Jimin over
for the challenge.)
– Let’s do the Chicken Noodle Soup!
– Stop it! What? (V seems more enthusiastic
about j-hope’s song.)
We have to do
the Chicken Noodle Soup dance! I’ll do it by myself! It’s all right, V! I’ll do it on my own! (Jung Kook suddenly shoots off!
Where are you going?) (Breathless) I’ll do it far in the back! (Hehe!) (He wants to join from the back.)
We’ll do it in the back,
so we come out tiny! (He wants to join from the back.) Can you hear the music? (Getting ready) (They practice not to mess it up.)
I don’t think you can hear it. (They practice not to mess it up.) (They’re like paintings
in front of the pretty lake.) (They’re like paintings
in front of the pretty lake.)
Can you hear it? Let’s go! (This is how their
cute challenge video was made) (All we hear is the sound of their
breathing and rustling clothes.) (A perfect finale!) (j-hope is happy
about the guys joining in.) – That was awesome.
– Can you see us? I don’t know yet. (He monitors the result!) (They couldn’t pass the lake by.)
It’s a good thing
we stopped by, right? (They couldn’t pass the lake by.)
I was shocked when I saw the color. Doesn’t it look
like watercolor paint? It does. It’s amazing.
I was shocked when I saw it. (They were pleasantly surprised.) – Does it show up in the pictures?
– The water looks so clean. (Here they go again!) (Here they go again!)
Did you see it skipping twice? – See what?
– Jimin is good at it. (Jung Kook promotes himself
while they compliment Jimin.)
I just skipped it six times. – Jimin skipped it nine times.
– Oh, really? (Quickly backing down)
Then I guess he’s better. That was only twice. (Quickly giving up)
Aren’t you supposed to
do it with a flat stone? Yes. One that’s long and flat. (The stone is key!)
– Really?
– Yes. (The stone is key!)
I thought it just had to be round. I thought you, of all people, would’ve done it a lot
growing up. (Contrary to SUGA’s expectations)
No, in Busan… (Hi-ya!) (Jin didn’t make a lot of noise
for nothing.) – That was pretty good.
– That was awesome! (Hi-ya!) (The stone sinks right away.) What does the stone
have to look like? It has to be smooth and flat. (Embarrassed j-hope clings to his friend.)
– Really?
– Just stick to Chicken Noodle Soup. Just stick
to the Chicken Noodle Soup dance. (Do sound effects help
with the results?) (Do sound effects help
with the results?)
– Jin is really good.
– He’s the best one. – I brought…
– He’s really good. I found a flat one! (He must’ve trained in Gwacheon.)
Where did you skip rocks,
growing up in Seoul? (He must’ve trained in Gwacheon.)
– How are you so good?
– I grew up in Gwacheon. How do you do it? Namjoon’s taking his jacket off! (It’s getting serious.)
– He’s not playing around.
– I’m bad at this. I want to learn how to do it. (SUGA doesn’t know either,
but teaches him.)
– How do you do it?
– Spin it sideways so it glides. (It’s always easier said than done.)
It sounds easy,
but why does it never work? (It’s always easier said than done.)
– Namjoon, watch.
– Here I go! (A quick lesson there.)
So is this how you spin it? You take this, (Jung Kook learns from the side.)
and it twirls around like this
in the air. If you can get it to do this, (Try Jin’s method with us!)
– it’ll skip on the water.
– So do you snap it like this? (Try Jin’s method with us!)
But the stone has to be flat. – Do you snap your wrist?
– That, I don’t know. (Teacher Jin doesn’t always
know everything.) (Teacher Jin doesn’t always
know everything.)
I can only skip it twice. (RM shows improvement
after his lesson.) (RM shows improvement
after his lesson.)
– I get it now!
– I still don’t get it. (RM has figured it out.)
– I get it now!
– You get it now? (Then begins
the rock-skipping competition.) (Then begins
the rock-skipping competition.)
Okay, here I go. (It’s actually more like
a rock-throwing activity time.) (Jimin is shocked
at his puffy eyes in the picture.)
Open your eyes, Jimin. (Jimin is shocked
at his puffy eyes in the picture.)
I look like Mashimaro. Did you see that? – That was twice!
– I saw it. Let’s go home now. – Let’s go.
– Shall we go? That’s enough for this… We’ve had enough fun. – We did Chicken Noodle Soup, too.
– Right. (That’s enough fun at Lake Pukaki!)
– That was fun.
– I got rocks in my shoes. It hurts. Let’s go! (It was all perfect at Lake Pukaki.)
It’s so beautiful. (It was all perfect at Lake Pukaki.) Tae Hyung! Come here! (The 95s lag behind.)
Hey, Jimin! I can do it, too. Watch. (He suddenly boasts
about his rock-skipping skills.) (Wow Taetae you’re good at throwing rocks) How do we do this? (Now that they have to leave,
they want to stay)
– Can you get a video for me?
– Sure. (Now that they have to leave,
they want to stay) I’ll show you how it’s done,
even from this distance. (We already know he’s good!)
– Here I go.
– All right. (Will he succeed?) (He must have succeeded,
judging by their reactions.) (BTS Bon Voyage) (They drive on
to their next destination!) (It’s suddenly car-aoke time again.)
Lonely Dooly is Clap, clap! (The others join in.)
– A cute little dinosaur
– Clap, clap! (Singing the animation theme song
in BTS style)
– Hoy! Hoy!
– Hoy! Hoy! (Singing the animation theme song
in BTS style)
– Dooly is
– Clap, clap, clap, clap! (They’re always in tune
with each other.)
– My friend with superpowers
– Clap, clap! Clap, clap! Ay! Ay! – Dooly! Yo!
– Dooly! (A sudden hip hop atmosphere)
– Hoy! Yeah!
– Yo! Hoy! (A sudden hip hop atmosphere)
Superpowers! Yeah! (A hip hop group like no other)
– Green! Dooly!
– Green! (A hip hop group like no other)
– Yo!
– Dooly! Dooly! (The campervan team drives on
in peace.) (Hi, V!) (Huh?) (V plays around with j-hope.)
Hey, guys. (V plays around with j-hope.)
That was hot. (Humming) What a beautiful day! (He puts Jimin’s words
right into a song.)
What a beautiful day (Wow!)
Look outside to your left! (The mountains take
their breath away.)
This is incredible. (The mountains take
their breath away.)
What you see straight ahead
to your right is Mount Cook. (They’re heading toward Mount Cook!
Right here!)
That’s Mount Cook? (They’re heading toward Mount Cook!
Right here!)
That’s where we’re going, right? It’s higher than Baekdu Mountain. Wow, really? (They’re shocked at the fact.)
– It’s higher than Baekdu?
– That’s right. (I want to see!)
Wow! It’s so pretty up ahead! (The sights are beautiful outside.) (They suddenly hear
something funny.) What’s that noise? (It’s Jung Kook whistling.)
Is that a bird? (He leans over to take a picture.) (Getting the most of the nature
in New Zealand)
Wow! We’re getting to see
all the natural sights here. – Did you just take that?
– Yes. (Showing off his work)
That’s awesome! It’s gorgeous! (The SUV car-aoke goes on.)
In the green meadows (The SUV car-aoke goes on.) I want to build a picturesque house And live with our lovely BTS (Why is he stopping there?)
I’m going to stop here. (Why is he stopping there?) If the seven of us had to
build a house and live here… We’d have to… (The way of life in New Zealand)
We’d have to provide for ourselves,
trade milk, (RM is in charge of making friends.)
– trade rice…
– I’ll make us new friends somehow. Look at all those sheep! (The sheep roam free in the plains.)
Are they all natural? (“Natural”?)
I think they’re wild sheep. Do we have any songs by us
that’s about mountains? Paldogangsan. (I guess, because it ends with “san.”) (I guess, because it ends with “san.”)
It’s in the title, after all. (I guess, because it ends with “san.”)
It’s a mountain after all. (If you guys say so!)
– I guess that counts.
– It is. BTS. (Jin turns on “Spring Day”!)
This suits the moment. (Jin turns on “Spring Day”!) This is it. (A suitable choice!)
– It’s spring.
– It goes well with the sights. – This is perfect.
– It’s perfect for the moment. (They all like his song choice.)
It’s perfect, right? (They all like his song choice.)
– Right.
– “Spring Day” is… (They all agree
that it’s a great song.)
It’s a masterpiece. (They all agree
that it’s a great song.)
– Wow, look out there…
– It feels like spring, right? Look at the snow! (The scenery, song, and BTS are
perfect together.) – I’ve never felt this way before.
– What do you mean? (The thought had never
crossed his mind.)
– I don’t want to go back to Korea.
– Really? (The thought had never
crossed his mind.)
You like it here that much? (j-hope is shocked at his response.)
For you to say that is
completely rare. (j-hope is shocked at his response.)
That’s amazing. (They all seem to love it here.) It really is winter in August. (It may be September, but
winter has found its way to BTS.) (In this moment, their wishes
come true, like in the song) (and they head closer
to where they want to go.) (After an enjoyable car ride,
they arrive at Mount Cook!) Come outside! (Huh?)
Jung Kook! Let’s all go outside together! (They go along
with Jung Kook’s antics.)
– Okay!
– Come on! (They go along
with Jung Kook’s antics.) (Hahahaha!) Mr. Jung Kook! (BTS Bon Voyage) (SUGA does the chant on his own.)
Bon Voyage! (SUGA does the chant on his own.)
Bon Voyage! – Let’s do the clap!
– Gather round! – Again?
– Get in a 360-degree circle! (Filming in 360 degrees)
Get in a circle, guys! (Filming in 360 degrees)
Which version? EDM? (The original is always the best!)
– No, the original.
– Let’s do the original. (The original is always the best!)
Ding! Ding! (The original is always the best!)
No, not that. (Taetae starts them off!)
– Let’s go, Taehyung!
– Five! (Taetae starts them off!)
Six! Five, six, seven, eight. Bon Voyage! Bon Voyage! Bon Voyage! Bon Voyage, Bon Voyage, (A perfect finale!)
Bon Voyage! (A perfect finale!)
– That was fun.
– Do we raise it the first time? – “Bon Voyage”!
– I’m still confused. (It’s still confusing,
even after all that time.)
– It goes up the first time.
– It goes up… (It’s still confusing,
even after all that time.)
– You raise it?
– Yes. Bon Voyage! (They learn something new
every day.)
Let’s go! (They learn something new
every day.) This is amazing. – The mountains are gorgeous.
– It’s the stone path we mentioned. Should we see
how far we’re supposed to go? (They check out the route!)
Aren’t we going to the top? – Where are we?
– Do we even know how to read it? We’re right here. Let’s go. (They’re not sure,
but go on their way.)
We can just follow them. (They’re not sure,
but go on their way.)
Right. We don’t know
what it says anyway. How long is it to the top? (They start off
on the 1.5-hour trekking route.)
It takes an hour and a half. Contemplate life with each step. You can’t take anything for granted. (j-hope gives sage advice) With each step… (RM tries to make a pun
with granted and granite)
– Nothing for granted!
– I’m taking this granite. (Let’s appreciate
every step we take!)
Feel each step you take (Let’s appreciate
every step we take!)
– with your body and soul.
– That’s gneiss. This is tiring. When do we get there? In an hour and 28 minutes. (Again, they’re on
a 1.5-hour course.) Are we going up the mountain, or is this a walking trail? It’s a trekking trail. (Jung Kook is confused
at the lack of incline.)
But it’s just a little flat. (Jung Kook is confused
at the lack of incline.)
It’s like a trail for sightseeing… (A slow trail to enjoy the view!)
– It’s just like…
– I think – it’s something like that.
– Those thorns look painful! Do you want me to take them down? (Jung Kook has their back!)
Wow! But it looks cool. (The thornbush captures
their attention.)
– It looks like a ninja star.
– What is it? (V waits for them to move on.)
– What is it? A thornbush?
– I think it is. Isn’t there a song
called “Thorn Tree”? (Their conversation is
all over the place.)
– So many thornbushes.
– Isn’t it “Do You Know”? (All the songs they mention
do exist.)
– There’s one called “Thorn Tree”?
– Isn’t there? (All the songs they mention
do exist.)
A thorn in my heart Will you guys hurry up? (Responding to SUGA by song)
I plead, go away (The four members lag behind.)
Leave me forever But no matter how I try (Who’s making our boys suffer?)
It keeps me suffering – Don’t make us suffer.
– Look at that mountain! (Mount Cook is covered in snow
year-round!) (Mount Cook is covered in snow
year-round!)
– It’s beautiful.
– It’s a work of art, isn’t it? (Jung Kook is so positive!)
It’s nice to take a walk,
after all the food we ate. (A trip to heal
their minds and souls!)
This Bon Voyage trip is
the epitome of relaxing. (A trip to heal
their minds and souls!)
I agree. I heard that mountain goats can… They climb the mountains? (They’re aware
of the goats’ climbing skills.)
– They can climb very well.
– Right. If you see their videos… They can climb
even steep cliffs like that. (Singing inspired by V’s words)
Even the steep cliffs Birds can be kind of scary,
like falcons and eagles. With falcons and goats I want to live
with my lovely Tae Hyung For the rest of my life I should’ve worn sunscreen. Did you forget, too? (They didn’t expect
the sun to be so strong.)
I regret it. (All their conversations
end in a song.)
I regret it (The sun reflecting off the snow
makes it worse.) (Are they coming?)
– The day we argued
– Why… (He doesn’t understand.)
Why do they slow down
whenever they join the back team? (Jimin joined the back team
and slowed down.)
Okay! Then should I join you,
so I could speed up? (RM chooses the fast team.) We’re taking in each step
and enjoying the moment. (They nag SUGA from behind.)
You have to take in
the spirit of the mountain, SUGA. SUGA, you need to – clear your mind.
– You guys sound like old men. They do. (It never ends.)
Clear your mind and think about where you are, – who you are…
– Ouch! Ouch, that stings! (Ends up getting pricked after nagging)
Whether it stings or not. Let’s go to Mount Cook! (Out of nowhere)
– Can you do an acrostic poem?
– Yes, I can! Ma! Ma heart tears apart. – Look at that over there!
– Come on, Jin! (The stream washes
Jimin’s poem away.)
Can you focus on my poem? Whoa, what’s that? (Is that all for Jimin’s poem?)
Jimin, your poem is
not important right now. – Hurry up and start me off!
– This is amazing. Ma! Ma heart is tearing apart. Un. Until we shared this fateful moment together this beautiful moment Tu.
– Turning to you I was about to say: – “Cook”.
– “Cooooooooook!” What was that? (They humor his efforts.)
That was hilarious, Jimin! (Embarrassed) (Cruising forward)
– Build a picturesque house
– Whoa! Hey! That’s awesome! – I want to go in there!
– That must be the bridge from the pictures… Whoa! (The bridge they saw
during their research!)
The color of the water is gorgeous! (The stream flows down below!)
How does it get that color? (Jung Kook wishes
he could go for a dip!)
The water must be so refreshing! (Jung Kook wishes
he could go for a dip!) It feels really refreshing! It’s so nice. (The cool temperature makes
the trek easier.)
Mount Cook. (Jin leads the way.)
This is gorgeous! (j-hope is little bit scared.)
The bridge wouldn’t break, would it? (j-hope is little bit scared.)
No way. (Wow!) Hey, look! This is kind of scary! (So sweet
Watching out for the cameraman)
– Hold on to the rail!
– Are you sure this is safe? (Whoa!) (It’s beautiful, left and right!) (It’s beautiful, left and right!)
This is insane! (Wow!) (They stop for pictures!)
It’s crazy, isn’t it? (The stream cools the air.)
It’s really refreshing here! (The stream cools the air.)
It’s cool because of the water. Why does the water
look so milky? (The glacial feed gives the water
its greyish emerald color.)
Is it because of the glaciers? (The glacial feed gives the water
its greyish emerald color.)
It’s even prettier
without my sunglasses! (SUGA had his yellow glasses on.)
Of course! (SUGA had his yellow glasses on.)
Otherwise it’d be all yellow! The yellow tint blocks out (The tint has a purpose.)
the blue light from electronics. (V spots the camera and poses.) It’s been a long time since I’ve done anything
like a hike. (None of them have done it
in a while.)
Me, too. I wanted to go
during vacation, but I didn’t. (None of them have done it
in a while.)
Exactly. Who has time… (They wish they could go
more often.)
Especially for people like us, (They wish they could go
more often.)
we don’t have time. I went hiking on my vacation. (Huh?)
– In Achasan Mountain…
– I wanted to go over the break. (Huh?)
– I always go hiking over break.
– Where’d you go? (SUGA usually went hiking
on vacation.)
Achasan Mountain. (j-hope had no idea.)
I didn’t know you go hiking. (j-hope had no idea.)
I went with my dad. – Jung Kook!
– What? (V wants to take a picture
of Jung Kook.)
Can you stand there for a second? (V wants to take a picture
of Jung Kook.) (They stop for a photo!)
One, two, three. Now turn around. (He does whatever he’s asked.)
One, two, three. (He does whatever he’s asked.) – That’s good.
– Okay! (Wow!) (They enjoy the sights
at a leisurely pace.) This is insane. (The sights never cease
to be beautiful.) (The sights never cease
to be beautiful.)
Isn’t it amazing? (It’s even more amazing
with you guys!) (It’s even more amazing
with you guys!)
How is this real? There’s no snow here. But there’s snow over there. (Nature never fails to amaze them.) (V suddenly veers off the path!) (Ta-da!) That’s an amazing shot, Tae Hyung. (They still have a long way to go.)
Come on, let’s speed it up a bit. Hey, should we get a picture here? (Where’s he going?)
No, let’s keep going. (j-hope wants to get
some nice pictures.)
– We can take it on the way down.
– All right. If we keep (One at a time, please.)
– slowing down…
– Let’s get there really fast. – We have to walk faster.
– And take our time on our way back. – This is so beautiful!
– It’s gorgeous. Look at this scenery! (V wants to show their fans
the landscape.) (We could hike 3000 meters every day
if we get to see V’s face.) – Once again, I realize
– j-hope! j-hope! (V is calling you, j-hope!)
– the greatness of Mother Nature.
– Ho Seok, Ho Seok! – What?
– Stand right there! (j-hope will be in the picture
this time!)
– Why?
– Let me get a picture. On the rocks… (j-hope gladly lets him
take his picture.) (He casually strikes a pose.) (Mission accomplished!)
There. Let’s go. Let’s run after them. (They run to catch up
with the others.)
I’m getting sweaty. (They run to catch up
with the others.) New Zealand seems like
a nice vacation spot for parents. (The sights make them
think of their parents.)
– That’s true.
– My dad likes camping. (The sights make them
think of their parents.)
They’d enjoy it,
just getting to see the sights. (They walk on,
thinking about their parents.) Please excuse us. (Hikers move to let them through.)
Thank you. Growing up,
I always used to say hello to the grown-ups
on the hiking trail. (SUGA does a perfect imitation.)
Hello. Yes, hello. (Is that true?)
People always say the same things
while hiking. It’s always “Hello”
in the beginning, and “How much further?”
halfway through. I used to greet
all the old men I saw on the trail. Hello, mister! I wish I had two bodies. – Help!
– I could enjoy the sights, and the other me can just walk. (But in reality,
he does everything.)
But the real me will burn calories, too. (Content)
How great that would be. (Trying to handle things
with one hand)
I feel like I’m getting healthy! (Whoa!) (It only draws out exclamations.)
This is so beautiful! (Is this
a parrot-on-the-shoulder view?) (They’re surrounded by this
gorgeous scenery along the way.) (Keep going, guys!) (Wow!) (Oh!) (Wow!) (Mesmerized by the sights
below the bridge) (Mesmerized by the sights
below the bridge)
This is from the pictures.
With all the snow. (They seem to be getting closer
to the snowy mountains.) (I have to capture this!)
This is Mother Nature. (And this, too!) Imagine dropping your phone here. (It’s crossed everyone’s minds.)
I imagined that, too. (They still don’t know
how far they’re going.)
Are we hiking all the way up there? (They still don’t know
how far they’re going.)
They said it’s an hour and a half
to the glaciers at a leisurely pace. (They’re going to see the glaciers!)
They said there’s a point (They’re going to see the glaciers!)
where the glaciers begin to melt. (They’ll go where the glaciers
begin to melt.)
– That’s where we’re going.
– The end of the glaciers. Wow, so we can see
the melting glaciers? That’s awesome! (Jung Kook stops in his tracks
from Jin’s weight.) This is comfortable! (Not moving an inch) – Come on, let’s go.
– Let’s go. Let’s go. – No.
– No. Come on, let’s go. (What’s with the “no”?) (What’s with the “no”?)
We don’t have time for this. (Looks uncomfortable for both of them.)
It’s nice to lean on each other.
My knees don’t hurt. (As long as you say
it’s comfortable…) (Are they coming?) (Everyone seems too tired
to say anything.) We’ve all gone quiet. I guess Korean mountains
are pretty steep. (Jimin holds tight
onto his bag strap.)
Korean hiking trails are unique in their own way. – They’re neat, with wooden steps.
– They’re very charming. (Jin runs over from the back.)
– It’s perfect if you like hiking…
– Exactly. (Each country’s hiking trails
have different characteristics.)
They try to make the most
of our limited territory. (Each country’s hiking trails
have different characteristics.) How could he manage to run? (Incredulous) He’s actually running! What would you call it?
He’s “mountain-ging”, short for
“jogging in the mountains”. (Jin stops running.)
Are you stopping there? (Jin stops running.)
– Jin!
– What? Don’t you have altitude sickness? No, I’m fine.
Give me the selfie stick! (He asks for the selfie stick
to take on his own.) Can I have it? (He gets the selfie stick!)
Let’s go, Jimin. – Tae Hyung!
– Come on! – Let’s run!
– Tae Hyung! (They don’t want to run.)
– Go, go.
– Tae Hyung! (They don’t want to run.)
– What?
– Can I get through? You’re actually running here? (They don’t understand Jin.)
– How does he have the energy?
– Jung Kook, don’t you want to run? (Normally he would, but not today!)
No, I’m too tired right now. (Is that SUGA running?) (He’s running along as well!) Do you have a camera with you? (He chooses to show him instead.) (Jimin and SUGA are
right behind him.) (They sure have physical stamina!) Hang on! – Let me get through!
– Are you joining them? Wow. I’m going to join them! (RM goes to join the running crew!) I’ll hold it like this. (This must be Yeontan’s view.) (Mickey’s point of view)
That’s a good idea. (Gureum’s point of view) (Is this what their dogs see?)
You get a shot of your back
this way. (Jin and Jimin slow down
and catch their breath.) There’s another bridge. My body feels lighter after the jog. I feel a lot better. (As long as you’re happy,
we’re happy!) – It is quite beautiful.
– It really is. (The view from the next bridge)
If we run,
we can’t get it on camera. They didn’t get very far. (The jogging team is
still within view.) (The jogging team is
still within view.)
This is refreshing! (The air is cool on the bridge.) This is our third bridge. Wow, the water is so… It makes me want to take a sip. Jung Kook! Jung Kook! (He’s too focused on walking.)
Hey! Stop!
I’ll take a picture for you! – You’re taking a picture?
– Yes. (Jung Kook goes back to join them.)
You can’t really see your faces. (They look back at Jimin.) (They look back at Jimin.)
One, two, three. (Posing for the camera) Okay! (They go right back on their way.) You can barely even see them. How’d it turn out? – You guys are tiny.
– What? You’re tiny. I wonder if we’ll actually get to reach the snow today. I think that’s where we’re going. They said we’re almost there,
but I don’t see any snow at all. How hot is the sun, for its rays
to reach us all the way here? (A random topic) (What’s the logic behind
this conversational flow?)
I wonder if the black hole
feels like the toilet. (What’s the logic behind
this conversational flow?)
– I mean…
– If you fall in it, you wouldn’t even know you’re in it. No, you wouldn’t. – Black hole!
– Is it all dark in the black hole? We wouldn’t know. No one knows. (So does anyone know
the answer to Jin’s question?)
I don’t think anyone knows
the answer. (The guys in the back are
quiet again.) I think we’re here! (They arrive at the glaciers!) This must be the place. (They arrive at the glaciers!) – Are we there?
– We are! (BTS is here!)
– We’re here! We are here!
– We’re here! Wow, bro! Wow! What are those? How cool! Are those glaciers? Is it all frozen right now? So this is the end of the trail? (They go down to the snow.)
– Here’s a way down. Let’s go.
– This is amazing. I feel like we should have gimbap. (The lyrics have come true.)
Snow in September. (The lyrics have come true.)
The “Spring Day”‘s
lyrics have come true. It’s winter in September (Walking energetically) (Ta-da!) (Wow!) (Innocent puppykitty
runs over to the snow.) (Trudge, trudge) There’s water flowing underneath. Wow! It’s snow! (They’re excited to see the snow) (since it’s summer in Korea.)
It’s been so long
since we’ve seen snow. I’ll have to do this, won’t I? (What RM is talking about is…) It’s water from here on. (Spinning around
in front of the pretty sights) (Jimin’s provocation) (Huh?) (Jimin makes a run for it!) (A snowball shot by RM) (Jimin is having fun.) (I missed…)
It’s snow. Jin, do you want to skip
some snow dough? Can I have snow noodles instead? (Seriously…) (Whoa!) What? – Is it cool?
– My hand froze! How bad? (They’re all curious.)
What? What happened? I dipped my hand in the water. And? Is it cold? My hand’s frozen. What would happen if I put (Producers: What…? The camera…?)
this camera in the water? (It’s a waterproof but the secondary
battery can’t be put in water.) (It’s a waterproof but the secondary
battery can’t be put in water.)
It’s not waterproof, right? (It’s a waterproof but the secondary
battery can’t be put in water.)
No, it’s not. (Putting his guard up) (RM comes to get his revenge.) Too bad. It’d be cool
to get an underwater shot. (He gets his revenge!)
That’s cold! (RM walks away
after teasing Jimin.)
That was mean. – Do you want to stick your hand in?
– j-hope! – Ouch.
– Be careful not to fall in. Do you want a picture, Taehyung? (RM volunteers to take pictures.)
That’s great. Very nice!
Yes, Mr. Tae Hyung, very nice! (They’re all doing
their own things.)
Now, make a heart. (The model is already perfect.)
Okay! Very good! (Hut!) (What are they doing?)
It got on your arm! Let’s try that again. Go. (Trying to throw the snowball
right into the camera.) – Jung Kook! Let’s go!
– Okay. (Is it baseball this time?) – You’re going to break the camera.
– Come on! (He doesn’t even get close.)
How do you miss that? (They try again!) (They get it right this time.) (I want to try!) I want to try this. (What is he trying to do?)
That’s cold. (This is what he wanted to do.) The loser stands on that side. – Right here?
– Yes. – Okay, rock-paper-scissors…
– If you lose. – The loser stands over there.
– Come here, Jung Kook! (A sudden bet)
– Where?
– The loser in rock-paper-scissors will stand on here. But you’ll fall in! (Jung Kook is worried.)
Let’s do it. (Jung Kook is worried.)
Ready, set, rock, paper, scissors! Again! Again! (And so begins
the three members’ bet.)
Again! Again! Again! – Go!
– What was that? (Jung Kook loses in the end.)
Hang on. (Jung Kook loses in the end.)
I’ll hold onto you.
Give me the camera. (He’s worried that he’ll fall in.)
Give me your hand! You can do it! You can do this! (They shout louder
than the loser on the snow.) (Luckily, it was safe.)
It didn’t break. (They admire the view
when they’re done playing.) (They admire the view
when they’re done playing.)
This is nice. It is really nice. (A reward for their perseverance)
Yes. It’s beautiful, isn’t it? (Back to reality)
How do we get back? Let’s go. – Shall we run back really fast?
– I’m going to take some pictures. (Jimin wants to take more pictures
before going back.)
Sure, Jimin. Take your time. Can someone take a picture for me? I can’t stop thinking
about the stars last night. I’ll do it! (The stars are still fresh
in their memory.) (Not getting up)
Jimin, I take really good photos. (j-hope passes the job on!)
Okay, then
do you want to do it, Jin? (j-hope passes the job on!)
Sure, go ahead. Let’s see how well (Curious about Jin’s photo skills)
he takes photos! (j-hope heads
toward the photo zone.) (The photographer doesn’t move.)
All right, Jin. Come over here! (Ahh!) Aren’t you going to do
the Chicken Noodle Soup dance here? What? (Still talking
while posing for pictures)
I’m too tired. (Still talking
while posing for pictures) (He’s doing his best, believe it or not.) (He’s doing his best, believe it or not.)
This is the last shot! What would happen if j-hope suddenly falls through the ice? Like this? (Jimin and RM are
also taking pictures.)
Should I just sit down? (You can do anything, Jimin!)
Do whatever you want.
I’ll keep taking pictures. (Wobble) Be careful. (Everyone’s worried about RM)
– That looks dangerous.
– It’s fine. (They’re naturals in front of the camera.) Shall we get going? (It’s time to head back!)
I think we’ve seen enough. – Let’s go.
– Let’s go now. Let’s go. One, two, three! (A chant in front of the glaciers)
Bon Voyage! Bon Voyage! Bon Voyage, Bon Voyage, Bon Voyage! (That was clean!) – Let’s go.
– Let’s go! (They leave
as soon as they’re done.) We’re getting self-conscious
with all the people around. (BTS Bon Voyage) (They head toward the campsite.
Glance) (Are they sleeping?) RM is sleeping. (SUGA and RM are passed out
in the back.) (They’re asleep.) They’re passed out. Both of them. (They must be comfortable
with V behind the wheel.) (A sheep crosses the deserted road.) What’s that? – A sheep!
– It’s a sheep crossing! (Jimin and Jung Kook are amused.)
I’ve never seen a sheep
cross the road before! (Jimin and Jung Kook are amused.)
Me, neither. There really are
wild sheep here. Sheep, sheep? That was a wild sheep, right? – It must be.
– I think that one was wild. (V also spots the sheep.)
A sheep just crossed the road. – A sheep just crossed?
– Back there. Who shears them, then? (Jung Kook is concerned
about the sheep)
There’s no one to shear them. Then does it just keep growing? (Jimin answers all his questions.)
They probably grow
up to a certain length. You know our eyebrows grow back even if we shave them. But they don’t grow
past a certain length. (That makes sense!)
It’s probably the same thing. (Jung Kook sees his point.)
You have a point there. You gain wisdom with age. Has anyone put up a tent before? (They’ve all done it in Malta.)
We put it up in Malta, remember? That’s right. I wasn’t there at the time. (SUGA had left early
for personal reasons.) (SUGA had left early
for personal reasons.)
Then you guys can put it up
while I cook. (Trying to divide up the work)
It’ll be faster that way. We forgot to buy cleaning supplies. Cleaning supplies? (He wants to clean the van.)
To clean the campervan. (He wants to clean the van.)
That’s right. They had
dustpans at the store. (They had all forgotten about it.)
You’re right. The campervan is pretty messy. (It’s a long ride to the campsite.) Wow. Look at all that dust behind us as we drive on the road. (They leave a trail of dust.) It’s probably worse
because the van is so big. (It’s like the fumigation truck
from their childhood.)
It’s insane.
It’s like a fumigation truck. (It’s like the fumigation truck
from their childhood.) Hey, look at all the dust behind us. (The SUV team thinks
of the same thing.)
Doesn’t it remind you
of the fumigation truck? (They grew up chasing the truck.)
I feel like kids might follow us
any minute now. (They’re driving on dirt roads.)
The roads aren’t paved at all. I don’t know
if they did it on purpose, (Completely unpaved)
but they’re not paved at all. (Something sounds like
it’s breaking in the campervan.) (Whoa!) (It’s a rough ride to the campsite.) What’s that noise? (The rocks on the road
spatter against the van.)
It sounds
like the van’s going to break. The van might get crushed
by all the rocks. (Shaking) The roads are so rough. (It’s not going to be an easy ride.)
– What?
– It’s rough. Are you okay back there? I’m fine. (Looking out for one another)
– That’s good.
– Are you okay driving, Jung Kook? (Looking out for one another)
I’m fine. He says he’s not. What are you saying? (Is Jung Kook having a hard time?)
– No, I’m fine.
– Do you want me to drive? No, Jimin was just kidding. j-hope, you’re so nice. (You guys are all so sweet.)
He offers to drive right away. (They’re getting close
to the campsite.) (They’re getting close
to the campsite.)
That’s the entrance, right? (The gate is closed.) (The gate is closed.)
Do we stop at the gate? (They ask the producers for help.) (They ask the producers for help.)
You have to go through it. (We have arranged for permission
to film on this private campsite.)
Open the gate first, (We have arranged for permission
to film on this private campsite.)
then go past it. All right. There’s a padlock on it. (SUGA gets out to open the gate.)
Open the gate and drive through it. They could’ve told us that earlier. (SUGA)
We need a key for the padlock. (Jin relays SUGA’s message.)
It’s got a padlock on it. (Producer)
No, it should be unlocked. He says it’s open.
Try it again. (SUGA figures it out.)
– Can you open it?
– Yes. (SUGA figures it out.)
You’re doing great. (The gate is open!)
We’ve got it. (They can rely on SUGA
for anything!) (The campervan team sees
the gate open!)
Okay! Wow, can we really sleep here? We’ll have to. (Full of worries)
You know how cold it gets
by the river, right? (Huh?) It doesn’t seem as cold here. And it’s already evening. It’s not even six o’clock yet. (Jin is relieved that it’s
not as cold as he’d expected.) (V is more surprised
at the desertedness.)
There’s nothing around here. What is this? It’s totally… (Not a thing in sight)
It’s total wilderness. (According to V)
It seems like
where the lions would live. It’s like a safari. What’s this? We have arrived. (Peeking)
So this is where we’re staying? (Come down to Earth, j-hope!)
– We’re here, j-hope.
– We’re here, guys! (They thank Jung Kook for driving.)
– Thanks, Jung Kook.
– Thank you! (RM is still trying to wake up.) (V kindly opens the door for them.) (V kindly opens the door for them.)
Thanks for driving, V. (V and Jung Kook did well
on the rough roads.) Wow, it’s just an open plain here. (This is where they’ll be camping!)
It’s just a field. (This is where they’ll be camping!)
An open field. (This is where
we’re spending the night?) (We can’t wait
to see them camp out!) (BTS Bon Voyage) (They begin unloading.)
What’s this? (They begin unloading.)
What’s all this? Who wants to set up the tent? (Again, nobody listens to nobody) (Again, nobody listens to nobody)
– Who…
– This is a light. I think it’s the light. I’ll set up the tent with you. Last time… (They’re not familiar
with camping equipment.)
Let’s see what we have first. Hang on. I don’t know
what’s what. Right, but we should see
what we have first. (They each find something to do.)
Do we have any masks? (He wants to mask himself
from the bugs.)
So many bugs are flying around. (He wants to mask himself
from the bugs.)
What’s this? (What is he holding?) (What is he holding?)
Hang on. What is this? (They’re all too busy to respond.) I know!
It must be that. – What?
– The gimbap-rolling tool! You’re right! (They play along with him.) Isn’t this for rolling gimbap? Is it for food? Yes, it’s for giant gimbap. I think that’s just a table, not a tent. – Right?
– I think so. – That’s…
– But isn’t this a table, too? (They’re all busy without any progress.)
Isn’t there a manual or something? Should I put these outside? – The luggage?
– Yes, let’s do that. (There’s no room to move around.)
They’re in the way. Do we need this? Let’s put it outside.
What’s this? (Full of mysterious objects)
– What’s this?
– What’s in here? (Full of mysterious objects)
Here are the masks. Are you taking those out? (They get the bags out of the way!)
– Just the luggage.
– Yes, take them out. I’ll take these three out. (j-hope hands RM the bags
to put outside.) (j-hope has fun teasing RM.) (He opens the screen again
to let him in.) What was that? – Hey, Yoon Gi.
– What? We have to put this together. I’m already putting this together. (SUGA shoots down his request.)
The brazier! (Is this right?
Jin puts the brazier together!)
It’s kind of complicated,
with three parts. (Who is he talking to?)
It’s not hard,
but has lots of steps. (Jimin and Jung Kook set up
the tent!)
Let’s do this first.
We’ll do one thing at a time. (Jimin and Jung Kook set up
the tent!)
– Here, look at this.
– The parts are so small. – This is…
– I don’t know what’s what. Hey! What’s this? I think that’s a pillow. There’s a groove here. (Full of confusing things)
– One here, too.
– This is so complicated. Isn’t this the grill? What do we do with this? What is this? (Endless questions)
Can you tell us what this is? Just once? Do I remove the plastic? (Rustle, rustle)
I don’t know what the shape is
supposed to be. (It’s harder
without a clear picture.)
I wish we could see
the finished product. Hey, Jimin! Jung Kook, what’s this? It looks like it’s for the tent. (It’s no use asking each other)
Hey, what’s this? (It’s no use asking each other)
I don’t know. Get this over here. But I think it’ll hurt our pride
if we ask for help. Let’s figure it out on our own. Let’s do that. (Will they pull this off?)
I feel like we have to figure it out
on our own. (BTS Bon Voyage) Does olive oil not burn as well? Who’s going to sleep here? Here? You will. Don’t lie. Here’s a scruffy New Zealand bum. Wait. That looks really scary. I don’t know if this is a good idea. Can we really do this? Is this where we’re camping tonight? (BTS Bon Voyage) (BTS Bon Voyage Season Four)

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