The next morning, the Governess scolds the Prince for being a pervert. She scolds him for not bringing up the drowning incident, for hiding the jade pendant, and for being so rude to the Prince. The Governess tells the Prince that the eldest daughter of the Chancellor almost drowned the night before, and that she saved her life, and asks the Prince to take the girl back to the Chancellor's mansion so that she can be changed. The Prince is rude to her, and she is unable to stop him. She tells him not to make a noise, for the Prince is still asleep. She then tells him that the Prince's highness is her fault, for she did not know that Prince An was so rude. She asks him how his jade pendant ended up in his hands, and he tells her that he was not able to stop Prince An's excessive behavior. She is shocked that the prince would admit such a thing, and wonders why his palace needs a guard to guard against evil spirits.