The young master pushes him to the ground, telling him that he cannot leave unless he makes a promise. The priest, he says, is the only one who can interpret the message of the god of water and give him the correct guidance. He tells the young master that he is fulfilling his duties as a priest and that he set up a trap to seduce him. He says that he did not want to be whipped for kissing him, but that he wants to respond to his feelings. He asks why he was kissed, and he says he is confused about it. He apologizes if his behavior makes him upset, but he will try to escape his badger game. The master tells him to leave him alone, and says that if he does not like it, he will be nicer to him.