From tall and misty mountains we get Soo-Min, a cheerful youth with a sturdy grasp of her flight and various survival skills. She has one problem, however, and it is an unusual reverse of many youngsters’ struggles: once aloft, she often cannot get down again.
Her flight seems to come from being happy in company, so once classes get going, she’s more than capable of lifting up into the air and weaving around her friends. But the good mood keeps her rising, and rising, slowly drifting with the winds, until she is suddenly above the clouds and not sure how to alter her altitude.
Sometimes she does manage to get down on her own, but she’s never quite sure what she did to achieve it. Having bad thoughts would surely counter her prior rising joy, but we don’t want to encourage behaviour like that. Better to keep practicing in safety, I feel.