Suk-hyun asks Jae-man if he was born in the USA. Nara interupts: "Who told you that?" He says he was told that by Hae-in, who heard it from her mother. Suk-hyun's parents are puzzled, and he says that many Koreans co that so their children can have American citizenship. Was Hae-in's mother mistaken?
Very unconvincingly, Nara says "Uh, oh, Yes, she's right." Equally flustered, Jae-man says "Yes, but it wasn't for citizenship. We were there on business." Nara adds, "Yes, it was so long ago, we completely forgot!"
Suk-hyun is skeptical. "Then what about the citizenship?" Nara tells him they were only there for business, and they didn't like the United States, so they gave up the citizenship immediately. Suk-hyun says he thought it was OK when he lived there.
Nara says, "You only went to scool there. What about being robbed." Robbed?
Suk-hyun's parents then launch into this cock-and-bull story about a robber was being chased by the police near their house. An armed robber. Who almost took us hostage. We were so scared and worried for you, we just packed up and returned to Korea.
Suk-hyun asks "Did that really hapen?" "Oh yes, We haven't thought about that in a long time, does that answer your questions?" Dubious, Suk-hyun asks "So all my relatives didn't see me until I was one year old?" Nara assures hin it's so. They all go upstairs.
In their room, Jae-man says "I never thought that'd come up." Nara says "Yu-joeng never remembers anything. Why'd she have to remember that?" Nara is very worried, but jae-man assures her their damage control worked, and that things will be fine (But he hasn't seen ep 106 )
I missed the details of the "robbery" -- the near hostage taking and such. Logically, Sukhyun could have easily looked up the police record on this crime on the internet, (and more details about his birth for that matter), but that would have trapped Nara & Jaemin in a their lie a little too soon for the drama.