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The day after the upload of the video. Filming set.
Everyone looked at Seojun.
Not only Jason Moore, who had long recommended Seojun to become a violinist, but also Benjamin Morton looked at Seojun with a disappointing look this time.
“Did Seojun really compose this song?”
“Yes. According to the director, he has been doing it since last year.”
It seems that he composed a song within a year, however, it was not easy for a beginner to produce that kind of song at all.
If Seojun actually learned from Benjamin Morton, who is also famous for composing, how big would he grow?
The more the two thought about it, the more they were disappointed.
“Why didn’t you persuade him to pursue Violin?”
“Hey, teacher it was you who told me about to let Seojun follow what he wanted.”
“…I see. You should have persuaded me first.”
Benjamin Morton replied half jokingly and half seriously to Jason Moore’s grumbling remarks.
But both of them knew. The fact that Seojun, a natural actor, will not pursue Violin professionally unless it was a hobby or for filming.
Along with Sarah Lot’s words, raindrops coming from the machine filled the sky.
Police officers in raincoats were coming out of Swallow’s apartment.
The children, who came to see the teacher with George’s brother, were looking at him with pale faces.
“Wait a minute.”
George’s brother headed towards the police officer. Gray just stared at the adults talking.
George’s brother is back. The children and Gray held on to some small hopes.
George’s brother, who had already heard everything from George, opened his mouth with a miserable face.
Heavy raindrops hit the ground and screamed, making the background more melancholy.
“There must have been an incident. The victim reported it.”
Gray’s ears turned deaf. Victim. Incident. Gray understood him with just those two words. Down rock was the kind of neighborhood where “fraud” was a common occurrence.
“If you’re a victim, come to the police station.”
“How much can I get returned?….”
Even in with his messed up head, Gray suddenly remembered his mother’s happy face.
His mom was happy that he could finally learn violin. Knowing that the teacher his mom struggled to find was a scammer, and that he was learning from a scammer who… Gray closed his eyes tightly.
“…Can I go to the police station?”
“…maybe an adult should accompany you.”
Gray grabbed the umbrella tightly. The umbrella handle was too cold.
“…Thank you. I’ll go first.”
“You too, thank you so much. See you later.”
Gray headed home as usual, leaving his friends behind.
Fraud, scam, death, victim, and thief. These were normal in Down Rock.
They are normal in front of Gray too.
‘I wanted to have a miracle at least once.’
Gray looked up and then looked forward. The black road was like himself.
[Kraken’s hideout is activated]
[Kraken’s hideout – the lowest level]
It is Kraken’s hideout ability, an ability which give the user a good hiding ability.
This ability will help him blend with the surrounding environment.
Gray, swallowed by the darkness, was reflected on the camera. Director Sarah Lot looked at the lights.
“Isn’t it a little too dark?”
Seojun’s back was clearly seen. However, the darkness of the alley and Seojun’s appearance gives a gloomy contrast.
‘But this isn’t bad either. No, it’s good.’
His appearance without boundaries seemed to show Gray’s more frustrated appearance. Dark and ominous energy seemed to cover Seojun. Gray’s desperate appearance was appropriate at this time.
Director Sarah Lot was not the only one who felt that way.
Tears welled up in Catherine and Paul’s eyes, who were only looking at Seojun’s back.
The two missed the timing to say their lines due to the sadness rushing inside them.
Slowly, Seojun, who was walking while waiting for Catherine and Paul’s lines, noticed it and activated his ability.
[Angel’s Fan will be activated]
A warm wind blew, and the gloomy atmosphere disappeared from the set. Catherine and Paul, who were overwhelmed by sadness, came to their senses.
“It’s okay. Emily, stop the rain.”
The staff came to their senses with Sarah Lot’s voice, and moved quickly.
They stopped the machine and handed towals to the actors. They were using umbrellas, but they couldn’t completely block the rain.
Seojun and the children, who wiped their wet clothes with a dry towel, sat in their chairs, warmed themselves up and worked together.
Thus, the third shooting began.
Rebecca, who was restless, shouted.
“Gray! Two days later! Two days later, let’s at the park!”
“See you at the place where we always meet!”
“You have to come! We’ll wait until you come!”
Gray’s black umbrella seemed to turn back at Rebecca and George’s voices, but eventually Gray disappeared into the dark.
The machine that was spraying rain, stopped at Sarah Lot’s voice. Seojun folded his umbrella and activated his ability.
[Angel’s fan will be activated]
To get rid of the gloomy atmosphere, a warm wind filled the set. Seojun and the children cleaned themselves with towels handed over by the staff.
“It would have been really cold if we filmed it in the winter.”
“But I’m glad we only made 3, NG.”
“It’s because Catherine cried.”
“You cried too.”
“Honestly, it was hard not to cry.”
The children shook off the heavy atmosphere by chatting to each other. Watching the actors talking with bright faces, director Sarah Lot recalled their filming schedule.
Now, the shoot was running towards the end.
* * *
“Gray, are you here now? Oh, right. Today was the day you had violin lessons, right?”
Gray had his head bowed even at his mother’s words.
At the appearance of Gray, his mom wiped him with a towel without saying a word.
She carefully opened her mouth while looking at her son’s pale face.
Gray was in his mother’s arms. Many shocking things happened, but Gray, who had never shed a tear, began to cry.
“Swallow wasn’t a teacher…”
He was so, so, upset.
Seeing her son, she was heartbroken. She thought she will become a good parent for the first time, but…
Gray cried in his mother’s arms. He couldn’t continue talking, but he could barely say a word in between in his hiccups.
“Mom worked hard to find a teacher for me but.… He wasn’t a teacher.… He said my posture is messed up. My performance…”
His mother closed her eyes and hugged her son.
“I’m sorry. I should have looked into it more closely and looked for a good teacher even if it was expensive.… .”
“No! No… Because I said I wanted to learn the violin…So….”
‘I can’t even make money just by violin anyway. I was just doing it because I liked it. Well, I was just a little excited because it was my first time.’ Gray thought.
But as expected, it was too much.
It was too much for Gray, a child from Down Rock.
“I’m sorry. Mom.”
Gray said bravely, but his face says otherwise.
Gray escaped from his mother’s arms and wiped away his tears.
His eyes were puffy and red.
Gray, who came to know violin and bloomed like a flower, however, he eventually lost to the rain and wind.
“If you go to the police station, you can get your money back. Let’s pay the rent this month with that.”
At the end of the day, my mother couldn’t help but burst into tears.
If her son blamed her, or if he’d rather learn from another teacher, she could accept it.
But, seeing her son acting like this break her heart even more. He is too mature for his age and worries about money first.
Gray felt his tears on his eyes again at the sight of his mother’s crying, and a few seconds later he also burst to tears.
The quiet filming site became noisy at the voice of the Director.
This was because the staff, who were watching the shoot, also began to sob loudly when the shoot was over.