Everything Belongs to Us - Book 7, Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Yoojin Grace Wuertz
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The novel switches back to Jisun’s narrative. She thinks about Peter frequently. She mentally prepares herself for the day when she bumps into him. The day she does finally see him, he waits for her in her neighborhood. They hug. Peter asks to speak with her privately, so Jisun leads him to the yard of her father’s house under a large fir tree. Peter tells her that government agents are closely watching the churches. Meetings have been suspended. Peter thinks back to how Jisun used to asked him why he came to Korea. To Peter, the question felt like an accusation, but Jisun asserts that she was only being curious. He corrects her that an accusation would have been justified, because he still does not know why he came here. Peter tells Jisun that the UIM needs money.

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