Yi's Violin Breaks
00:00 - 01:45
1m 45s
Jin talks to Yi to console her after her violin breaks. The violin was a symbol of her father and meant everything to her. Yi admits to Jin that she hasn't gotten over her father and that her family is distant. Jin reframes her statement about the family and questions whether Yi is actually the one who is distant.


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