When Art & Sola didn’t reveal marriage, I sometimes felt wrong editing the moment with them, so I didn’t upload. Today’s video was filmed in January but I didn’t use it. Now that they talked about their marriage, so I thought it’d make more sense. This is so soft. I like traveling close countries. It’s fun to see how similar they are but little bit different, too. I like that type of travel, too. But I think it’s more rewarding when I’m going to somewhere unfamiliar. I learn a lot about myself as much as they’re different from me. For example, I thought all 20s would be worried about jobs, but it wasn’t true. Or, I thought guys should work for big companies to be popular among girls, and that wasn’t true either. It’s so fun for me to learn things that I didn’t know about myself, so I love building up different relationships. Let’s say I’m fishing. I’d rather look for fish far over there rather than close here, so I can get something exciting. Art! It hurts! To me, Art and Sola are the two ends of the universe. Art was born in the nature and grew up in the US, so he’s a free man. But Sola, just like us, studied for university, and went through a lot of things that all Korean people do. They confront with each other so often because of different perspectives, but it’s a miracle that their differences complement with each other at the same time. So, I learn a lot about myself when I’m being with them. Just like exploring a hidden cave under the earth, the existence of them is literally a travel to me. I like this Youtube era compared to the previous TV era, because subscribers are also able to connect with creators, too. Art and Sola could be brave enough thanks to your support, and I hope they would find their bigger happiness in the Youtube space. Really. That’s what I’ve wanted to say about them. It took me 2 years to say that. I made this video today using the old footage just to say that. And my isolation time is only 4 days left. I’ll be back with different stories afterwards. See you guys later.