Min finds Tree-Ear in his house and yells. Tree-Ear drops a box. Tree-Ear is sorry and starts to work for Min.
LET'S THROW THIS ONE OFF THE CLIFF, TOO!
A way Tree-Ear has to repay Min is too chop down trees and gather wood. Tree-Ear really wanted Min to teach him how to make a pot, so he did what Min said, so Min would not be mad.
Meeting the Emissary
Tree-Ear asks min if he will teach him how to make a pot, and then Min explains to Tree-Ear that only a potter's son can be taught how to make a pot. Then Tree-Ear gets yelled at and Min says, "YOU'RE NOT MY SON!"
A Wheel of My Own
Go get wood now! How are you going to be able to make your own wheel without wood?
Tree-Ear has to climb a cliff to get to Puyo, but meets these two bandits. They empty the jiggeh and decide to throw the two vases off of the cliff. One of the vases survive though.
Tree-Ear makes it to Songdo, and has to meet the Emissary, but has to get through these two guards. He finally persuades them and meets the Emissary.
No! I have to meet the Emissary myself! I was assigned to!
Kid, just give us the pot!
When Tree-Ear comes back from Songdo, he tells Min that the Emissary gave Min a commission so Min orders Tree-Ear to get large logs for his own wheel. Then Tree-Ear thinks, "A wheel of my own," and realizes that Min is going to make a wheel for Tree-Ear.