EX rank supporting role’s replay in a prestigious school - Chapter 508
Before Mok Wooram’s master died, he was constantly worried about him as his student.
[I know you’re not obsessed with life.]
Mok Wooram’s teacher, a talented violin craftsmaster and player, lived a much longer life than ordinary humans.
Although several superior beings spent a long time trying to extend his life and keep him in this world, there was a limit that was eventually reached.
Mok Wooram knew that he’d be alone.
With the loss of his teacher and his only family, he would be alone without finding the meaning of life.
[But one day, you’ll know the meaning of life. It was the same for me. As soon as I heard that woman’s performance, I felt infinite gratitude for the long life that I lived.]
The words of his teacher, uncertain if they were words of consolation or encouragement, continued for a long time.
The woman that he was referring to was Kwon Jein, the Blue Violinist.
However, he’s only heard her music around twenty years before the end of his life.
So Mok Wooram was troubled by how long he could live without finding the meaning of his life.
After his master left this world, Mok Wooram wandered in despair trying to find his muse.
He wandered through cities with deep ties to superior beings related to music and art and visited cities where famous musicians went through.
And just before he gave up, he finally found his muse.
Mok Wooram was confident in his search.
He looked all over the world and found the most valuable treasure.
Although his treasure was on the Korean Peninsula and they were in the same school, it didn’t change the fact that Mok Wooram found the treasure anyway.
And his life continued with his muse.
Now he is with his classmates in Class Zero, searching for treasure in a theme park much smaller than the world that Mok Wooram explored to look for his muse.
“If I find a good prize, I’ll give it to Lena.”
Without realizing it, Mok Wooram verbalized his ambition, and his Group 6 mates, Jo Euishin and Hwang Jiho, looked at him.
“Hahaha! You look so confident. Is treasure hunting your specialty?”
“Yes. I have found the most precious treasure in this world.”
Mok Wooram’s source of inspiration — the most precious thing for him.
Of course, Mok Wooram still faints when he listens to Kwaon Lena’s performance, unable to handle the surge of overwhelming inspiration and emotion.
Kwon Lena’s performance is yet to be on par with Kwon Jein’s, but Mok Wooram greatly appreciates the unique clear, clean, and refined sadness in Kwon Lena’s sound.
‘I won’t be able to make a violin for Lena at this point!’
Mok Wooram tried to make energy violins until his hands would get dull, but it always ends up breaking.
So far, Mok Wooram hasn’t fully understood and accepted Kwon Lena’s sound.
He thought what he was doing wasn’t enough to digest his inspiration as a work.
He used to get caught up looking for things to improve what he could do for Kwon Lena and what gifts he could give her.
However, Mok Wooram didn’t consider that the situation he was caught in was unfortunate.
He thought everything was a part of his growth.
He felt sorry for his classmates who were worried about him.
‘I’ll find a treasure for Lena today!’
Mok Wooram tried to run out with a motivated look on his face, but Jo Euishin stopped him.
Mok Wooram stopped immediately.
Jo Euishin was one of the people in Class Zero that he trusts the most.
Jo Euishin saved Mok Wooram from a dangerous situation in China and helped him get to Korea.
More than anything, when Kwon Lena tried to make her second attempt, Mok Wooram witnessed how Jo Euishin saved her.
He felt a chill and a wave of sadness at the thought.
Because there was nothing that he could do for Lena then, and even now.
‘The VP said he was the Red Wall Thief. He could change his appearance…’
Mok Wooram looked at Jo Euishin.
He looked at the vice president wearing their class shirt as he turned on his device, and Mok Wooram always thought he looked like an adult more than a neat-looking high school student.
It was hard to think of him as the Red Wall Thief who broke a huge crime gate and saved countless people.
Looking at him with a class shirt today made Jo Euishin look like an ordinary high school student.
Hwang Jiho said something about buying mascot gloves to protect his hands from the cold, but Jo Euishin just ignored him.
“Let’s go around in order.”
Hwang Jiho’s expression while looking at Jo Euishin looked similar to the —.— emoticon on his shirt. Read the most updated version of this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at Novel Multiverse – “NovelMultiverse dot com”
He was very strange, but when he talks to Jo Euishin, he seems like a regular high school student.
Though it’s normal for Class Zero students to have quirks.
“I want to start with the artificial island bridge and the cruise ship dock…”
Jo Euishin continued to explain, ignoring Hwang Jiho’s persistence as he pointed to an unmanned vending machine.
His proposed search route around the artificial island was detailed and thorough as if it had been prepared in advance, but Mok Wooram didn’t doubt it, knowing how smart and prepared Jo Euishin usually is.
Mok Wooram nodded and made mental notes on his mind.
He looked forward to what kind of treasures he’ll find.
“Okay, let’s go.”
The three began to move with Jo Euishin’s lead.
Since they had to move while searching for notes, everyone was a few steps away from each other.
An empty theme park with no guests.
He didn’t feel it when they were with their other classmates, but Mok Wooram somehow felt the emptiness when it was only the three of them.
Though maybe it’s because of Kwon Lena’s absence.
‘It’s cold and windy, but the lake path is beautiful. It would be fun to ride in the wind.’
As a theme park on a lake-lined island, most of the rides were arranged for guests to enjoy the view while waiting in queue for rides.
Mok Wooram continued his treasure hunt while touring the theme park when he heard Hwang Jiho laugh.
“Hahahaha! He hid one at the entrance of the children’s toy car garage. He thought we would never ride that huh.”
Hwang Jiho spoke as if he had read the energy on the paper hidden by Yong Jegun.
It was on the side of the children’s cars, which was somewhat far away from the route set by Jo Euishin.
“Oh, congratulations. May I ask what’s written on it?”
“It’s quite long.”
As soon as the cyan note was opened, Hwang Jiho’s expression hardened.
It didn’t seem good.
[I think I know who found this, eh? I hope everything goes well today. For your information, this note is unfortunately a dud! ^^]
It seems like Yong Jegun knew that Hwang Jiho would find the note.
Seeing him crumple the note, Jo Euishin looked relieved next to him.
He seemed satisfied that Yong Jegun successfully made fun of Hwang Jiho.
Jo Euishin makes that face a lot of times, but Mok Wooram had no idea what he was thinking.
“Let’s look for the next one.”
Jo Euishin spoke calmly, and Hwang Jiho seemed to recover his mood.
After that, Hwang Jiho found a couple more notes, all containing playful jabs from Yong Jegun.
[Did you find this too? As expected. Amazing. But it’s a dud! ^^]
[It would’ve taken a while to find this one. That’s not so good. Go back to where your classmates are! ^^]
[The view is good where this note is, right? Isn’t the real treasure the memories you gain with your colleagues? Oh, but you must’ve seen this alone. LOL! ^^]
Hwang Jiho saw various versions of dud notes.
Meanwhile, Jo Euishin and Mok Wooram found some real treasure notes.
“It’s not the best prize, but I won one. It’s not bad.”
Yong Jegun hung official Red Lion and Dragon Clan goods as prizes.
It doesn’t seem to be the best one that Yong Jegun was bragging about, but the item cards used by the Red Lion were also good.
Mok Wooram cherished the treasure note, thinking that he was lucky to have a gift to give to Kwon Lena.
Jo Euishin found a lot of things that weren’t player item cards.
“What did you find, Vice President?”
“…Yeom Junyeol sunbaenim’s photocard.”
“Again? You keep finding the same kind.”
“It’s not the same. The photocard I found earlier was taken this spring, and this one I found just now was taken last year.”
“…Eh? What’s the difference?”
Mok Wooram honestly didn’t find any difference between the products that Jo Euishin found.
Aren’t they all Yeom Junyeol’s photocards?
Jo Euishin kindly explained.
“Think about songs that you perform a week ago and a song you perform a month ago. It’s different.”
“…Ah! I see!”
Mok Wooram immediately understood.
Kwon Lena’s performance was always new to him.
Even the same piece cannot be played exactly the same way every time.
Depending on emotions, intonation subtly changes, and Mok Wooram picked up the exquisite differences quite well.
“I was short-sighted. It’s all different!”
Jo Euishin nodded hugely.
Since then, the two found small prizes, and Hwang Jiho was continuously subjected to Yong Jegun’s teasing.
When they couldn’t find a big prize, Hwang Jiho suggested something.
“Let’s look for it more broadly at a distance.”
“We can’t be apart by a lot. The professors were worried about our safety.”
“It’s better to move as long as we can see and hear each other.”
Compromising Hwang Jiho and Jo Euishin’s suggestions, they decided to increase their distance from each other as they searched around.
When Mok Wooram walked out toward the spot designated by Jo Euishin, he somehow saw a sly smile on Jo Euishin’s face.
‘He looks suspicious.’
A smile that suits the ‘Keep being suspicious! >▽<’ words on his shirt.
It could be that Jo Euishin likes his shirt and is trying to uphold the concept.
When Mok Wooram took a step away from the group while concentrating on the search…
‘…What does this mean?’
A faint sound was heard somewhere, and Mok Wooram headed in that direction without realizing it.
And at one point, the sound became clear.
A scream. Read the most updated version of this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at Novel Multiverse – “NovelMultiverse dot com”