(Blackpink in Bangkok) We arrived so late yesterday. -It was raining yesterday.
-That’s right. -Lisa, where will we eat today?
-I’m so hungry. -Somewhere really good.
-How good? You know there are a lot of
things I can’t eat, right? -Really.
-I’ll wake up with good food. -All right.
-Where is this? Thailand! -This is Thailand.
-Thailand! This is my hometown. Okay, man! -I’m hungry.
-Let’s go! (Hungry) (Light steps due to
empty stomach) The weather
is really nice, though. (Great weather to become full) (Good morning to the pink taxi.) (It finally hits them
that they are on a trip.) That’s good. (Finally the trip starts.
Jukebox on) (Eating again) (Mr. Driver, please hurry.) (Our girls will become dizzy.) (Please let us off here.) -Pika…
-Pikachu? Pikachu. (We’re now very used to her
talking gibberish.) Pikachu! (Gibberish is understood.) What is it? (B Restaurant) -Lisa.
-Yes? -This is fancy.
-It’s pretty. It looks like a castle. (Will take you into the castle) -It’s been here since 1915.
-1915? (A place with a hundred years
of tradition.) -There are elephants.
-It’s so cute. This place must be very famous. (This authentic Thai restaurant
with over 12 branches) (has been introduced in
the Michelin Guide.) (Sawadika) (On the top
of the antique stairs,) (there is a private room!) Amazing! (Going in slow motion.) Amazing! (Slow motion
because she’s pretty.) (Thank goodness they like it.) (They welcome the coconut juice
with a round of applause.) You must drink that. Look at this.
It’s made like this. (#For SNS #Made in Thailand
#Coconut Juice) -This is the real thing.
-One, two, three. -This is real.
-Did they take a coconut and cut off the top? -Is that it?
-That’s right. -Take one for me like that too.
-How cute. (Cute) (Blackpink’s ritual
before eating) Thank you for the meal! (The look and the taste
of the coconut juice is a go!) This is so delicious! I don’t usually enjoy drinking
coconut water. (One more sip! It addictive.) -The flash didn’t come on.
-It has a mind of its own. (Tasting) It’s my choice! (Expressing the taste) -It’s really…
-You don’t like coconut water. -Right.
-But it tastes good. How is it? I think it tastes different
from the one they sell. -That’s a bit sweet.
-This is better. Since it’s fresh coconut… (Relieved) (It’s tasty.) This is really delicious. (#Food Fighter #Ctrl+c Ctrl+v) While you drink this, you should eat the insides too. -Insides of the coconut?
-Yes. (With the insides
of the coconut) What was it? (Like this?) -There’s something you eat…
-Eat that with it. It’s chewy.
It tastes like jelly. -It’s good.
-Is it? What a relief. -I’m hungry.
-I know. How do you say “hungry”? -Hiu.
-Hiu? Hiu. -Hiu?
-Hiu. -Just hiu?
-Hiu. Are you trying to be cute? It
sounds like you’re acting cute. -Do it like this. Jennie hiu.
-Oh, my. How can I do that? (Loathing) -How can I do that?
-If you do, I’ll kill you. -What?
-If you get hungry, you’ll die. (If you get hungry again,
I’ll just…) How can I do that? Aren’t you the only one
able to do that? Did you make it up? -I don’t think that’s right.
-No. Only Lisa does that. -No, it’s not.
-You’re just making her do that. -Jennie is cute…
-No, it’s not. -Hiu.
-No. It’s actually right. Try it. Say, “Chae Young hiu.” -Chae Young hiu.
-That’s giving me goose bumps. -No. That is not it.
-I’m sorry. -Chae Young hiu.
-Chae Young hiu. Look at Lisa. (False accusations are making
her laugh.) Do it again. What is it? This is so funny! -Look at the size of the bowl.
-What? I’m happy that it’s big. I hope that’s not sticky rice. (I don’t know what it is,
but I’m happy that it’s big!) I’m going to like it. -Did you hear that?
-What? -Make it like…
-Hiu. (The big bowl starts off
the meal!) Hiu. Hiu? Hiu. Hiu. (I told you that’s how
you say it.) What is this? Is this foie gras? (Foie gras) What is this? Isn’t this tom yum kung? -This is tom yum kung.
-It’s tom yum kung. (And the rest…) (The filling breakfast
is all ready!) (Slurping) (Why are you giving me the eye?) (Yum 1) (Yum 2) How is everything? Do you want more? (Even Jisoo who don’t eat
a lot of food is enjoying it.) This tastes very unique. I think this is a bit addictive. I guess this is the charm
of tom yum kung. (Since everyone is enjoying it,
she’s feeling happy.) I want to eat that spicy stuff. (Shocked) Be careful. There’s a very spicy
pepper in here. That’s right.
There are very spicy ones. There’s a really spicy one
in here. That’s why, as I was eating it, it just really got me. Why didn’t you tell me? (You should’ve warned me!) That’s why I said, “Oh!” (I said that before.) (Oh!) (That’s why she was giving
the eye.) (Rosé is on mute.) (She doesn’t hear anything.) What?
What is that supposed to mean? (Yum, yum, yum) (I will save you in my stomach.) This is so good. (Since it’s good…) Can you tell him
to give me more? The seasoning is really good. It’s tasty. (Who starved Rosé?) I really love it. In Korea,
the spices are not as strong. But in Thailand, the spices
are very strong. I love it. (Rosé met with the spices.) What is that in front of you? I think it’s a kind of fish. (Jennie is hesitant.) The spices are quite strong. I think in Korea, they make it
suit the taste of Koreans. Can you move this
so I can put it here? I just feel really bad. -It’s delicious.
-I really want to eat it… (I want to eat it, but I can’t.) I want to eat it… You need -to try this.
-This one smells really unique. -What’s this?
-I’m hungry. (I’m hungry.) I’m hungry! Food is right in front of me,
but I can’t eat it. I’m hungry too. I’m really sorry, but can you
please cut me a piece of that? Give me a piece. I thought you wanted me to just
pass it. You want me to cut it? (You want me
to cut a piece for you?) What is this?
Do you want this too? -That too?
-Try it. Together? -What is that?
-Did you get used to it? It could happen
when you get used to it. -What?
-Thank you. -That one is really spicy.
-She’s really enjoying it. (I’m happy to see you eat well.) Please eat my share too.
Eat it all. Do you want me to give you
some more lamb? Did you try the lamb?
Is it good? (Chae Young,
enjoy and eat well.) -Lisa.
-What is that? What are we going to do
after we eat? -After we eat?
-That’s right. Is there something
you want to do? Whenever you go to Thailand,
you always bring back things. Can we go and get some gifts? -That’s right.
-Something that says Thailand. -Somewhere with souvenirs.
-That’s right. Doesn’t Thailand have a lot
of handmade soaps? -Fruit soaps…
-That’s right. -And there’s also…
-Oh, I know! Your mom makes
those handmade things… That’s right. I want to get those pouches
and things like that. -Pouch.
-Pouch? I want to buy pouches. It’s really special there. -Why?
-It’s special. (It’s a place that you don’t
want to share with others.)