We left off with a mystery man about to enter Heechul and Puff’s house! Who could it be?
Looks like our mystery man is Zhoumi from Super Junior M! It makes sense that Heechul would call him in 🙂
The pair are happy to see him, and Heechul is thankful for a friendly face to translate. He mentions his nickname “Selang”, and asks Zhoumi if it really means wolf. Zhoumi explains that it means a sexual man/pervert, and Heechul tells Puff that he doesn’t like the name (not after teasing her first though).
They all relocate to the living room to sort out the wishlists. Puff tells Zhoumi that Heechul doesn’t think she’s pretty, and Zhoumi insinuates to Heechul that he wouldn’t mind marrying Puff. It turns out that Zhoumi is a fan of Dreamgirls, and owns one of their albums. This makes Heechul sulky, and he pouts at Puff. She does a pretty decent job of guessing the wish list meanings through gestures, and there are a few moments when Zhoumi doesn’t know how to translate what Heechul wrote.
Puff’s wishlist includes a hug every day, and Heechul takes the opportunity to right away get some skinship in. Both of their lists are full of cute things (Heechul’s includes getting a couple manicure, going to a hair salon together, and him lying on her lap watching tv), and I hope we get to see all of them! The two also clarify how to call each other in Chinese – Laogong is “husband”, laopo is “wife”.
Since everyone is hungry, they move back to the kitchen to start preparing dinner. Puff encounters a little bit of difficulty cutting corn, so Heechul steps in to show how man he is. He does a surprisingly good job, and Puff compliments him on it.
Zhoumi looks like a fun friend to have. He teasingly asks what if the food tastes bad, to which Heechul replies “Throw it out!”. Zhoumi quickly volunteers to eat it all though, and it seems like he and Puff would make great friends in real life 🙂 Heechul gets jealous of course, and tells them not to laugh, or make any eye contact.
The dish Puff has made is a Taiwanese soup with tofu, fish cake, corn, and zhuxuegao – or sticky rice with pig’s blood. I think it’s sort of similar to sundae (coincidentally the dish that Key and Arisa talk about a lot). Heechul makes a big show of trying it, and I don’t think he liked the dish too much because of the spice and the texture. Taiwanese are known for their love of chewy food (described as QQ) – as apparent in their love of really bouncy (chewy) fishballs, bubble tea, ba wan, etc.
When it comes time for Zhoumi to go home, Heechul doesn’t look sorry at all, and almost pushes him out the door at one point. Hopefully we’ll see him again this season! 🙂 In the aside, Heechul also talked about how he got jealous and childish because he thought Puff was doing a push and pull to get him to do things.
Right after they head to the bedroom to hang out, their doorbell rings. It’s a mission card for the wedding photo shoot!!
A few days later, Puff and Heechul meet up outside his favourite nail salon. It looks like they’re already crossing off one of the wish list items today, as they’re getting couple nail arts for the photoshoot. Puff asks him about the girls he uploaded photos with on SNS, and then directly asks about Anna. For those of you who don’t know, Heechul posted a message on his SNS saying “I love Anna” and a link to “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”. He tries to explain that the girls are all friends, and attempts a retaliating by asking if Puff’s cat ring is from an ex-boyfriend. It doesn’t get him out of the hot seat however, and Puff teasingly asks him who he likes more, Anna or Puff. Like a good husband, Heechul replies Puff. ❤
I CAN”T WAIT FOR THE PHOTOSHOOT. that is all 🙂
Zhoumi is also really funny, and I hope he and Puff become good friends in real life!