Episode 95 of “Dad! Where Are We Going?” features 12 hours of freedom! Whatever the father and children want to do, they are allowed to do.
1. Get Crazy
Immediately, Sung Dong Il has an unforgettable time planned for his daughter Sung Bin and son Sung Joon (from the first season). They are going paragliding!
On the other hand, the rest of the fathers initially just want to stay home and rest. However, the kids wouldn’t allow that! Eventually, everyone goes out to do something. Kim Sung Joo wants to watch his son Kim Min Yool play on his soccer team… but not without preparation. And by preparation, I mean reenacting the elevator scene from Psy’s “Gangnam Style” (ft. the youngest, Kim Minjoo).
2. Struggles and Tears are Inevitable
Jung Woong In and his daughters Jung Se Yoon, So Yoon, and Da Yoon embark on a fishing trip. All three girls, including 2-year old Da Yoon, absolutely love and devour the fresh seafood, including sannakji (live octopus). Da Yoon didn’t love it at first though, especially when the octopus stuck to her mouth.
Meanwhile, Ryu Jin and his son Lim Chang Hyung are at a loss for what to do, and then they realize Chang Hyung’s little brother haven’t taken off his training wheels yet. They head to the park. Many tears follow…
…but at the end of the day, all the Lim boys know how to ride a two-wheel bike.
3. Do Something Meaningful
Ahn Jung Hwan‘s son Ahn Ri Hwan knows immediately what he wants to do; he has something he wants to buy, and he’s going to earn money for it. They get a part-time job (part-time = 3 hours) at a car wash, where father and son work together to make money. What Ri Hwan wanted so badly is still a mystery.
Yoon Hoo and his father Yoon Min Soo also don’t know what to do, until they visit the car wash and see the meaningful work Ri Hwan is doing. Inspired, Min Soo and Hoo spend the day volunteering at a dog shelter. Hoo has a blast, falls in love with this adorable puppy-
-and promises he’ll be back to adopt him in a week.
4. Have Fun
There are many tears, disagreements, and exhausted feelings for the 12 hours that these children are with their fathers. But in the end, what’s important is that all of the children are happy and having fun…
…and growing, learning, and thriving under the care of their dads.
Bonus GIF set (because this is A++ example of struggles, tears, and growing with your dad):