The Friendly Winter c30

Series by Lee Jun

It’s tough being a ‘nice’ person in today’s cut-throat world.

Da-jeong didn’t mean to scare you… but make sure you still remember to make sure to click the raw link:


The more views his Daum pages get, the better it is for the author/artist. Let’s show some appreciation for Lee Jun!

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10 responses to “The Friendly Winter c30

  1. thank you guys for the new chapter! T.T brought tears to my eyes… I feel a bit bad for Da jeong, her dad is too good for his own good >.<

    • Hehe, well… one of my favourite quotes from claymore is ‘weakness is a sin – Isley in episode 23?’ Even if he has good intentions, I agree with Fatih on the fact that meaning good without doing good is stupid. I have to say he is a great guy, but I feel more condescending of him than protective… T_T

      You’re welcome pen~

  2. I hate to say it but it’s a fact that her dad is an idiot -.- I’m just 20 years old but i already know that before lending money to someone i should get to know what kind person he/she is to learn what he/she will do with that money. A mature man like her father trusting people blindly… must be a real idiot. Sigh…

    • … And yet, this man is hardly alone… I know a lot of people who have gotten into the same problems, and it’s nothing to do with how intelligent they are. When someone is actually in dire need of money or when you are faced by someone with sociopathic tendencies who is bent on getting your money, you don’t have the time to ‘get to know that person’ or, even more commonly, you might /think/ you know them, only to realize you don’t. Sometimes they might be completely honest, except that they are in a tricky situation themselves or they intended good but everything fell down once they tried it.

      I think that Da-jeong’s father’s situation is probably much more common and innocent than we might think. When you are in circumstances where you are facing people, it’s very different from seeing it from a third person’s point of view. You’d be surprised how easy it can be to be tricked or to feel strong emotions such as guilt or responsibility or sympathy and just to want to help somewhat, when someone is actually inciting those emotions in order to deceive. It’s true he is a bit of a charicature and you would think he’d get a bit more cautious after it has happened multiple times…, but I don’t think it is a question of intelligence, just, as he points out, a want to do something for people, to empathize and to help. He doesn’t want to calculate based on ulterior motives and safety, because he knows that will end up hurting others, in the long term.

      He should feel a bit more responsibility towards his family though A-_-;)

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