The Orphan Master's Son: A Novel - Part One, Pages 117-148 Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Pages 117-148 Summary

The men drive Jun Do to a deserted air base. Dr. Song and Commander Buc meet them near a running plane. When they see the tattoo, Dr. Song comments that Commander Buc is neighbors with Sun Moon. Commander Buc introduces Jun Do to the Minister, who is really only Dr. Song's driver. He learns from the men that they are headed to Texas to talk about some coming engagements between the Koreans and Americans.

The intention of the talks is to request that the Americans stop their practice of boarding the Korean ships. They want Jun Do to tell the story of his attack by the sharks. Jun Do doubts the Americans will believe his story but Dr. Song explains that in America it is the person that matters, not the story, and that the people will...

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