Poca (Jung Yumi) and Guri (Jung JunYoung) are going to Osaka, Okinawa and both have been there before. Guri is good with geography because he has lived abroad. If there is any place she wants to go in Osaka, he can take her there. Since it’s their first trip together Poca wants to make it about health.
She says she just wants to walk around but he doesn’t trust her. She will probably want to climb a mountain or something. He’s afraid she will want to do something weird like go to an island, a jungle, or something.
They go to Kyoto and Guri counts the steps, exaggerating of course. When they stop to eat, Poca tells Guri to order since he lived in Japan before but he uses charades. He orders the dish the restaurant is most famous for.
Guri wants to play rock paper scissors for the last bite of food because he always wins. He tries to explain the psychology to Poca but she just doesn’t get it so they end up sharing it evenly and talk to each other in Japanese simple phrases and it’s obvious that she speaks it better than him.
They climb the steps to the temple, catch some holy water. Guri wishes for health so Poca will stop harping on it and assumes she wishes for the same. But Poca wishes to be more loving. “Just let us love each other.” She wants a piggyback ride so they do rock paper scissors again and he wins again. He doesn’t want to carry her or be carried.
Guri takes Poca to a Bazaar Store and they try various strange exercise equipment and costumes and take pictures. Then they go to a toy store and Guri buys some toys. They go outside to enjoy the lights and it starts raining.
Guri and Poca use the guitar for an umbrella. Guri poses with the picture of a marathon runner and it gives Poca hope. “Fighting!” The time in Osaka is over and Okinawa is next. Looks like Poca will get her piggyback ride in the pool.