In this chapter, we learn that the story of the two men is a fictional one, and that there is no intention to make any real events or people involved in the story. The narrator tells us that this is the first time that he has ever said "I like you." He says that he wanted to say it first, because he had fallen in love with her. He adds that she had left an imprint on his heart, even though she had not yet come to him. He tells her that he had said this long time ago, that she would belong to him, and he would belong only to her. This is bad, he says, because she had summoned him without his permission. He asks if she knows how much her sudden disappearance would affect the company's stock market price. She tells him that her father had recently handed over the company to her, and now he is opposing their meeting. She says that she can't understand why his heart is so hard to grasp, since his father had confessed to her first, but he is now opposing their encounter. She explains that she has to return to the stock market before the market opens on Monday, so she will help the mercenary king complete the ceremony and then she will ask him to find a solution.