Since we’re going to Kobe, we’ll have to eat Kobe beef. – Of course, that’s a must. / – I’ve never had it. – I’ve never had Kobe beef. / – It’s incredibly good. – You must have it. / – It’s a must. (The ace in the hole hasn’t been revealed yet) 9th grade? Kobe beef is originally cooked on the grill. – Look at that. / – Those will melt in your mouth. Let’s go to my usual place. This place is a little different. They use charcoal. To enjoy a proper course, it will cost about $150. Although we will be paying a lot, we’re going to have a luxurious dinner today. The price… It’s more than… How much was it? – It’s expensive. / – It’s about $150 per person. $150 per person? – It costs that much. / – It’s about $150. We try to save money on everything… But we decided to treat ourselves… – To a luxurious meal for one day. / – Good job. What’s on the menu here? The steaks are about $90. – $90 for beef? / – Yes, $90. A course meal is about $150. – Depending on the season… / – That’s right. The ingredients change. – We need to try that. / – Of course. – What about beer? / – Of course, we’re getting some. – 2 draft beer please. / – 2 draft beer. – Mr. Nam Gyoik. / – Yes. Please explain something about Kobe beef. They are all from black cows. – Black cows? / – Yes. We have yellow cows but they have black cows. They are raised on grains and beer. People even massage them. – Do they massage cows? / – Yes, they massage. They massage the cows, so the meat is really soft. – The meat has a lot of marbling. / – That’s right. Its marbling is 9th grade. – 9th grade? / – Yes. It looks like a field with snow. The important thing is you can’t get fat from eating this too much. Why? Because it’s unsaturated fat, you won’t gain weight by eating this. – You prepared a lot. / – Of course. (The draft beer is served first) – Should we drink bottoms up? / – Bottoms up? – You need to drink beer bottoms up. / – Of course. (Gulp) (This is what I’m talking about) They drink it so deliciously. (That hits the spot) I’m getting drunk. Are you already drunk? Already? It feels different when you drink local beer in that place. (The course meal starts) Are they starting the course? – Yes, it’s starting. / – That’s right. The owner changes his cooking style every time. What is this? Lime jelly. – That’s lime jelly. / – It’s lime. – It’s lime jelly. / – It has acidity. When we eat food with acidity at the start of our meal… – It will stimulate our appetites. / – That’s right. How do you eat it? – How do you eat that? / – How do you eat it? That looks so pretty. – It’s a flower. / – Yeah. Cheers. (What will the taste be like?) Eat it with the jelly. You’re eating the beef with sweetness, right? – It’s sour. / – It has acidity. – Aren’t you overreacting? / – We’re being honest. – You didn’t even chew. / – We’re really being honest. – It was really delicious. / – Were you dizzy? (Yum) I really felt like fireworks in my mouth. – That beer. / – It feels like it’s opening a door… I’m looking forward to the rest of the meal. It’s like the welcome dish. I’m too sad to eat this. Then give it to me. The opening must have been amazing. – What is this? / – It’s interesting to see it… – Cooking in front of you. / – That’s dashi. (They’re gawking at something) (He’s cutting delicately) He’s so delicate. (He decorates it on top of dashi) (He puts something else on top) You can also eat this. It looks like a flower but it’s similar to perilla leaf. It’s shiso. I know shiso. – It’s like meat noodles. / – They cut it like noodles. – Is that tartare? / – Is it? Just sliced and served as is. – They’re eating it like noodles. / – It’s like noodles. – He cut it like noodles. / – Even the soup is good. (He slurps in with the shiso flower) Goodness. This is too good. The first appetizer opened the door for the course. The aroma of flowers came in as soon as the door opened. Oh, my. – Sikyung will really like this. / – That’s right. The meat and the sauce are in such harmony. – It’s like you and me. / – That’s right. (Their friendship deepens with Kobe beef) I think this is worth being extravagant for a day. This really smells good. – Isn’t the appetizer over? / – It isn’t. Are those pine mushrooms? Yes, those are pine mushrooms. That’s truffle butter inside the pot. What is this, truffles? The aroma is amazing. This is cheating. Sukiyaki? – Oh, my. / – Yes, yes. They have every luxurious ingredient in there. (Just the look of it makes you happy) Applause. This is really amazing. What should we do? This smell is amazing. Oh, my. That looks really good. Changhee and I talked about wanting to bring… – Our future girlfriends here later. / – Girlfriends. We need to pop the egg yolk. It’s really big. – Will you eat that in one bite? / – Of course. This is awesome. That looks delicious. Saeho, you should go back to the hotel if you’re drunk. Is it delicious? – You look really drunk. / – I’m not. I was impressed by Changhee enjoying that. (He takes a big mouthful) It looks like he’s hurting somewhere. He looks like he’s sick. Does he have a stomach ulcer? – Call an ambulance. / – It was too good to be true. It feels like I’m at a Kobe beef water park. It feels like… I’m sliding down on a Kobe beef ride. – It’s really tender. / – It’s tender and melts. (This is Kobe beef water park) – That looks good. / – That must have been good. – Is this all for us? / – Is that the main dish? Not even half. It’s like he’s dismantling a tuna fish. – Oh, my. / – Look at the marbling. – It’s like a chain of mountains. / – That’s right. Mountains that are very close to each other. Sikyung will really like this. Why is he piling it like that? Is he showing off the marbling? The very center part is called chateaubriand. We will be eating this. Chateaubriand. Chateaubriand is in the center of the tenderloin. It’s only a small part of the tenderloin. You must do a lot of good deeds in your past life… To eat this part. – Really? / – Is it that rare? You should chat with your girlfriend and eat this. Definitely. (The Kobe beef is roasting on a charcoal fire) (Hearts pounding) It really looks like snow. I’ve never focused on something so much before. I can’t help but concentrate. (You cannot take your eyes off this) For me, it’s fun to watch roasting meat. – It’s nice. / – It really is. – You can’t help but watch. / – It’s like a movie. It makes you relaxed when you keep watching this. It heals my soul. This time was really good for the soul. (The outside is crisp and the inside is juicy) (It’s finally done roasting) I really want to eat this. – Two minutes? / – They didn’t serve it right away. – We had to wait another two minutes. / – Why? To let the meat relax. They’re going to make the juice congeal a little bit. They’re locking the juice in. (After 2 minutes) They rested the meat. Oh, my. The game is over. That’s just beautiful. (Firm) How many minutes are left? – Why is it taking them so long? / – You’ll get full… – While waiting. / – Battle Trip is not a food show. We had a hard time waiting. (Densely marbled between the tender meat) (This is the Kobe beef) Put some wasabi on it. Eat it like this. (If you take a bite) (Your mouth will be full of juice) (It is so delicious) – It was really good. / – It feels like… The first snow is falling from the sky. I want the snow to pile up. I want the snow to pile up. – That’s ridiculous. / – But everything disappears. – This is sad. / – That’s a little too much. He’s a swindler. – It really taste like that. / – It’s not good for your health… If it snows when you eat meat. On the first day of snow… Will she come? I don’t think she’ll come, right? It’s a taste that makes you want to endlessly wait. Really? – Did you see “Gingko Bed?” / – Yes, I did. – I feel like General Hwang. / – Like General Hwang? Did they put salt on it? – Yes, it’s salt. / – He put salt on it. – There’s also some wasabi. / – Must be so good. Putting some wasabi on meat is really delicious. The salt looks like crystals. It just completely melts. – It’s tough. / – No, it’s not. – It’s tough. / – Do you have bad teeth? – Your front teeth almost fell out. / – That’s not true. – Think about their meat. / – That’s right. Ours was… Right. That’s how it should be. He’s still eating while we’re talking. – I bit too much. / – The beef in your mouth is like… He can’t swallow it. You need to cut it like this. – It still has texture. / – It really still has texture. There is snow between every strand of meat. (This isn’t the end) – Oh, my. / – Wasn’t that the main dish? (It’s the end-all) Is that caviar? – Oh, my God. / – It’s caviar. Bling, bling. – That’s amazing. / – Oh, my God. (The last dish that will finish the course) – They put caviar there. / – That is ridiculous. – This can’t be true. / – It’s the beef buttock. The beef buttock. Sikyung’s favorites are continuously appearing. They have caviar on it. I’ve only had caviar twice in my life. – I also haven’t had a lot of it. / – This is my second. My second caviar. Is caviar good? – It’s good. / – What does it taste like? It goes with the meat perfectly because it’s salty. This part is the beef buttock close to the topside. It’s sweet and quite elastic, so you can chew it. (3 appetizers and a main steak) (They also have a caviar steak) (He eats to the last caviar) – This is really good. / – Isn’t it really good? Are we done tasting Kobe beef? I didn’t know there are so many tasty foods in Kobe. I’m sad that the day is ending. (The night has come in Kobe) Aren’t you tired? I am a little. Where have you been alone? Since we’re tired today… I wanted to have a simple drink with you… – In our hotel room. / – That sounds great. – So I bought something. / – Something simple? Yes. – It’s ramen. / – It cooks instantly. My gosh. – Is it an egg on the top. / – Yes, it is. (Excited) Japanese convenient store food… Was there an egg in that ramen? – Yes. / – Yes, there was. – I was told… / – It looks good. That it was the first instant ramen. (Slurping) (Inhaling) The noodles are quite different. Did you eat all the egg on the top? No, I didn’t. There is some left. – Where? / – You’ll find some in here. – See? It’s here. / – I can’t see it. Here it is. – You ate it all. / – No, I didn’t. Here is some left. You mean this little piece? Okay, I’m sorry. I’m the one who bought it but I’m blamed now. I bought this for you. And you ate all the egg? – I said I didn’t. / – They’re quarreling. – They’re quarreling again. / – That’s how you fight. Are you a magician or what? How can it disappear? That was a funny comment. What do you want me to do now? – There was no egg at all. / – How could you? – I really wanted to eat it. / – I’m just saying I’m upset. – I don’t want anything from you. / – Okay. Don’t eat it. (Is it that hard to relate to me when I’m upset?) They look like a husband and wife. We’re like a married couple. Looks like you’ll just go to bed now. What do you mean? I’m still eating. – I think you will. / – Okay. I will really go to bed. I don’t want to eat anymore. Hey, wash before you go to bed. – No, I won’t. / – He’s telling him to wash up. – My gosh. / – He told me to wash first.