Jun-beom, have some fruit! Mom! Was I two here? When was my first step?
(Korean National Team para-archer Park Jun-beom) No, not two, more like a 15-month old. First Steps He used to walk so well, so steady, when he was a baby. I walked well? You did indeed. It was just amazing to see a tiny baby grow up and walk. He was so cute, then. I’m not cute any more? You’re not supposed to be cute!
Now, you have to say “handsome” or something! In his second year of high school,
he got hurt that year. After being hopitalized for so long, he didn’t go out much,
because he fenced himself off. So, he had fishes instead. Are you hungry? Want to eat? Are you talking to the fish? Yeah, we can see eye-to-eye. Right? He took up archery. And he got healthier training for archery. Then, he went professional and everytime he competed,
he never came home empty handed. Look how many! There are more over there. Yes, I’ve learned much about archery.
And I’d watch it on TV whenever it’s on because of my son. Mom, Could you please get that for me? He needs a bit more attention because of his condition,
but it has never been a trouble. He is doing well. We wanted to give back the quality time
they missed the most. Feels like it has been almost 10 years
since I last stood up. One, two, three. Slowly… That’s my boy! You can do it! Yes! Yes! Second First Steps We don’t really see each other like this,
standing up. Mother and son, face to face.
It was overwhelming. Reimagining the future of time. Because of You
(Hyundai H-MEX with wearable robotics technology)