I'm no thief, good sir. I merely just admire your ability to make pottery.
Theif! What have you done.
Wood today. Hurry it up.
I'm here for my work today, sir.
A Bowl Half Full
Thank you, Min's wife. I'm very grateful.
Here is some food for you. I appreciate you helping Min.
Tree-ear looks at Min's work without Min noticing. Tree-ear breaks some pottery and gets caught by Min.
The Winter pit
I do not wish for us to freeze under the bridge.
It is quite cold in this pit.
Tree-ear visits Min's house every day for work. Since Tree-ear works so hard, Min decides to keep having him work.
I have two requests: Return safe and call me Ajima.
Tree-ear has been working for Min for a week. Min's wife has been very kind and gives a bowl full of rice to Tree-ear.
This is a gift to remind you of your promise.
This is a gift to remind you of me.
The winter has come in Ch'ul'po. Crane-man and Tree-ear stay in a large underground pit to stay warm.
Tree-ear wishes to repay Min's wife for all her kindness. Min's wife tells Tree-ear that there are two things that Tree-ear has to do in order to repay her: to get back home safe from Songdo and to call her Ajima.
Tree-ear is giving a clay monkey to Crane-man before he goes on his journey to Songdo. Tree-ear tries to hide his feelings so Crane-man won't get worried.