In this chapter, the young narrator reflects on the events of the previous day. He recalls his conversation with his grandfather, and he realizes that he is not happy with the way things have turned out. He feels that if he had understood the feelings of his uncle, things might have been different. He also recalls the time when Kiyoung teased him that he liked him because he caught a fish. This time, he feels that he loves Kiyoung more. He says that he will never ask Kiyoung to marry him, but that he wants to be with Kiyoung forever when he is ready. He is grateful for the time they spent together, and wishes that he could have given up because of his mistakes. The narrator says that the story of summer sonata is a very old one. Yeonhwa is a law student who confronts the tyranny of the vicious conglomerate. Troy is the vice president of the conglomerate and should repent of his wrongdoings. Jaehyuk is the violent obsession of yeonhwa and should live with him or die. As the narrator develops the story, the story changes to a mild version. The biggest change is the presence of or absence of Jaeghyuk. He was a very sad character. Looking back, the narrator feels that his abilities were not good enough to handle this work. He wants to thank everyone for their hard work.