Tree-ear saw Kang wheeling a covered cart to the kiln site.
Tree-ear kept his eyes open for Kang and his creations.
Tree-ear saw Kang walking home with two bowls of slip-one red slip and one white one.
Every day for Min, Tree-ear chopped wood, cut clay, and drained clay.
Tree-ear stopped waking up with the thought, 'This might be the day I would get to try my hand at pottery making.'
Tree-ear gathered fallen rice heads on the ground.
Crane-man wove shoes for Tree-ear out of straw but they were too small.
This year, the monks did not come around to collect food and maybe clothes for the poor.
Min's wife gave Tree-ear a jacket and pants made for her son, Hyung-gu who died of t fever.
Tree-ear peeked at Kang through a knothole and saw Kang making a wine cup with the red and white slip.
At the wine shop, Tree-ear was informed that the royal emissary is in town.
Tree-ear came up with a great idea--put a plum blossom in one of the prunus vases.
Min and Kang became one of the few accepted or/and approved potters.