"I'm just not treated the same, as an orphan, Crane-man."
"You can do great things, Tree-ear."
Is a Secret Shareable?
Should I tell Min?
It is perfect for the emissary! I, Kang will get the commision!
Promise me one thing. You will come back, safe.
I promise, Ajima.
Tree-ear is an orphan, and society finds orphans disgraceful and useless. Tree-eat plans to support him and Crane-man by becoming a master potter. This will show the public that he is not just an orphan.
Bravery Can Be Broken
So beautiful and detailed!
Tree-ear see´s Kang creating a vase for the emissary in a new way. He does not know if he should tell his pottery master, Kang.
Ch'ulp'o = Home
Home to Ch'ulp'o!
Ajima asked Tree-ear to travel to deliver the vases. Tree-ear agrees to travel to Songdo, to repay Ajima for her kindness to him.
No Longer "Tree-ear"
Tree-ear, if you are going to live with us, then may we call you Hynung-Pil?
Tree-ear decides to take a single shard of Min's pottery after two bandits came and threw the pottery off the cliff. He then took it to the emissary, to show him a peice of Min's work.
My apologies emmisary, I was attacked by bandits-
Tree-ear recieves a ride home from the emissary on a boat back to Ch'ulp'o. He is excited to return home to see what everyone is doing back in the village.
It is Ajima! You are home safe!
Ajima gives Tree-ear the option to live with them. She decides if he is going to live with her and Min, then he must be called, Hyung-Pil, similar to Min and Ajima's first son.