The first one is man vs society because the king think the lover committed a crime, he must go to the arena because it been part of the religion of the barbaric and as the lover, he feels he has not commit a crime.
The third one is man vs man because the king feels that the boy is not innocence for the rime he committed against the love who feels the love affair he had with the king daughter was not a crime.
In the very olden time's there lived a semi-barbaric king, the king was polished and sharpened. He was a man of exuberant fancy, he was also florid and untrammeled. In this land they had a crucial and dangerous justice system, in which you would get punish if you committed a crime.
The lover being in prison because the king has sentence him to prison. After he will go to the arena to serve his punishment
The arena they built was called the arena of the king because if you committed a crime, you would get punish. By going in the arena to choose your fate to get kill by the tiger or to live and marry the princess. The king has a beautiful daughter who is a princess, the daughter loves a handsome brave man. The princess and her lover dated for many years eventually, the king discovers their love affair.
There are 3 conflicts in this story the second one is man vs self because he has to choose which door to open. In the arena to live or die making the choice do either take the princess advice or listen to what his own thoughts are. This means he has to go against what his thoughts are and have faith in his love the princess.
The king sentenced the young man to prison because he found out that his beloved daughter was having a love affair with the young boy. The king feels that he has committed a crime therefore the lover must go to the arena to serve the punishment for his crime he committed. He goes to the arena and has to choose between two doors and doesn't know which door is the right one as one has a tiger and the other the lady.
King searches for the fiercest tiger and the beautiful woman for the lover to choose which door those two things would be inside the door. The lover is in the arena for his sentence. The princess discover which door held which fate. Princess glances to the right and directs her lover to the one door.
King searches for the fiercest tiger and the beautiful woman for the arena
The boy walks without hesitation to the door on the right that his lover direct to him. Fate is unknown at the end because we don't which door the boy choose. The resolution is unknown because they do not give us a hint to know what the lover decision was. But from the audience and me, I think they left a cliff hangar where it makes it seems that they might tells us in the next story