In this short scene, Ryong-woo asks about his son, who looks like a "prince" . He tells Ryong that he saw him on the news and that he was the first place winner in a list of the best boys in the country. Ryong wonders how a perfect person could be so perfect. He wonders if he could have saved the nation in the past, but what brings him to his embroidery shop? He asks Ryong if he can find glory by learning embroidery, and Ryong replies that he has to complete the designs he has made. He asks if he is here to learn to embroider, but Ryong says that he is there to teach something "ridiculous" , and he struggles with it for ten minutes, then falls asleep. He laughs and turns to look at the strange man. He blinks if the man wants to finish the design it is going to take a hundred years to complete. He looks at his pants, which are tight and tight, and wonders when he woke up. He used to be like other boys, he says, and there were times when he sang the "national anthem" in his mind to calm himself. The deeper he got into relationships, the more he would suffer from "this unknown guilt," he says. The doctor tells him that there is nothing wrong with him, but the guilt made his body react immediately, and the doctor says that it is uncomfortable, but it has been erected in his shop.