It should be a surprise to no one that Sky was twerking on a plane to Korea. However what might have been a surprise was how honest Young Bae was in explaining to production how they’re interfering with her real life and that there are consequences for doing that.
Going to Korea was a real learning experience for everybody. Ted learned that he’s not about that eating live $2 octopus life. Donna learned that Korea is full of Koreans and that a lot of people in Korea don’t look like her. Production even learned a thing or two about American and South Korean cultural differences. The whole point of the trip was to help Young Bae find her mom. The producers started asking around trying to find her, like they have done in the past while trying to find Sky’s mom. This was different thought because as production learned, it’s not okay to ask about someone’s family without that person knowing about it. Sure enough, it spread to Bae’s mom that they were trying to find her and Bae’s father which made her want to go back into hiding. Understandably very upset, an emotional Bae tries to explain this to production and that even though they’ve now found her mom, her mom’s safety may be in jeopardy all over again.
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