(What will the hungry Yuri make?) The potatoes are already rotting. These are from my aunt. Yes, potatoes go bad really quickly. I can’t throw these away. – Yes, they do. / – And they sprout quickly too. I need to use these up. (Mission / Use up the potatoes!) With eggs. (Getting eggs) (Putting on gloves for safety?) (Struggling) Did my fingers get fat? She thinks her fingers got fat. Potatoes from my aunt. I’m going to make potato and egg salad. (Get as many potatoes as she needs) It smells like fart. (Something intense is happening here) What? (A whole tray of eggs) (30 eggs aren’t a big deal for Yuri) You’re going to boil all of them? (Boil all at once) No way. You’re going to boil them all? Wouldn’t you need more water? Aren’t there more eggs than water? That many? (Peeling the potatoes) Quick hands. I’m fast, right? (A tool Yuri needs right now) What’s that in her mouth? Why are you using that? When I don’t talk, the corners of my mouth sag. I think you need one of those too. (Her quirkiness got me…) When you use that, it relaxes the muscles. Let me have a few. I have a pink one, so I’ll bring it for you. (Okay) (Cutting out the bruised parts) (Quickly resuscitating the potatoes) (Boiling them in a pot) She never makes a moderate amount. (How are the corners of my mouth?) Do they really go up? Yes, they do. They went up. (But they came right back down) Should I make more? – Should I make more? / – “Should I make more?” (More than this?) Make more of what? They complained that I didn’t bring menbosha last time. Yeongja and Gyeonggyu… It’s for us? Jung Ilwoo, Junghyun, the judges, and Gyeongwan. You’re getting me some too? It’s nice to share. And Hana too. I should share with them. I can’t make small amounts of this. – I can’t make small amounts. / – Why not? Whenever she makes something… Wow. That’s too much. (At least 4 pots to make salad) I’ll use all of them. I think she’ll be able to do that. (They developed a weird trust in her) It’s like making kimchi for the winter. Like making kimchi. You’re basically running a business. (Carefully into the pot) (Second tray of eggs) That’s not enough eggs. What? (This is the third tray of eggs) – She’s so generous. / – Indeed. (90 eggs / 3 trays cleared) To make them easier to peel? (Even more potatoes) She’s fast. I was going to make just a little, but there will only be a spoonful. (This is a spoonful for Yuri) Wait, is she trying to hurt someone? (Boiling) Won’t that overflow? Cheongyang chili peppers. – They add a refreshing flavor. / – It might be heavy, so I should add some spiciness. I need to add more. I need to add more. (Clenching teeth) (Turning over a new leaf) (Chopping them into pieces with a Chinese cleaver) (20 Cheongyang chili peppers chopped) (One spoonful) (Potatoes and eggs are done) (For a large amount of food) A bucket… (A washbowl is needed) (Bulk) That’s what an army kitchen looks like. Army kitchen? That’s how they cook at an army kitchen. That’s for a large crowd. Rub and peel. (Thanks to the vinegar, it’s easy to peel them) That’s quick. She’s good. Three trays of eggs. (Mashing the eggs first) (Humans are animals that use tools) I’ve never seen that before. But that’s not easy. (Struggling) (Her facial muscles are hard at work) Oh, wait. I saw somewhere that you can mash eggs with an onion mesh bag. Onion mesh bag? (Washing the onion mesh bag clean) (An egg blooming like a flower in an onion mesh bag) Oh, that! I’ve seen that. (Let me try) Isn’t that too many? That looks like too many. Let’s try with these. (Will she be able to do it?) (What in the world is this?) Incredible. – No! It’s not pretty. / – Trypophobia. (It was supposed to look pretty like this…) It’s gross. Incredible. – That’s like a horror movie. / – It’s trypophobia. – Isn’t that gross? / – It’s gross. – It’s creepy, right? / – Yes, it is. Just pour them in. That’s Lee Yuri’s style. Just pour them in. I should use a masher. (Now it’s press and mash) That’s the best way. (She might be able to feed 600,000 soldiers) (Add the mashed potatoes) Should I add a lot of carrots or a little? Add all the Cheongyang chili peppers. Add them all. That’s crazy. Mix by hand. Like making kimchi. There she goes again. (She talked about making kimchi for the winter) (And is making salad right now) (Making salad with flames in her eyes) – You doubt her, but she manages to do it. / – Done. This might not feed many people. This might not feed many people. That’s enough for 44 people. Mayonnaise. (Mayonnaise shock) I’m worried. (Unhesitatingly adding plenty of it) People don’t buy that for home use. That’s restaurant size. (You can almost taste it by watching it) That’s how I cook. (She’s creating a waterfall with mayonnaise) (I shall make you rich with mayonnaise) Done. (Mustard and white pepper) White pepper. (The salad is ready) That looks good though. Time to store them. (It’s even more shocking to see them in containers) This is for Hana, and this is for me. This is for the studio. Don’t you have to eat them within 3 days? I was going to bring the leftover salad, but they were all gone. She didn’t bring any. Then why did you say you would? What? I was waiting for you to bring it out. Her bringing it would be offensive, but now that she hasn’t, I’m even more upset. It’s worse to not bring it when you said you would.