Reading up to there, Sihwa was very anxious for the protagonist, and she wanted to know the ending immediately. Like many fairy tales, the witch made her appearance, and she provided the protagonist with a seemingly cruel trade: to give her beautiful voice in exchange for a pair of legs. Each step she took, however, would be like walking on a sharp knife. That reminded Sihwa of Fina's proposal. Don't accept it! How could this be tolerated? Sihwa anxiously shouted to the protagonist in her mind. However, the protagonist accepted the trade and got her legs. Ever since then, she had set foot on the land and spent a wonderful time with the prince. Sihwa was no longer naive like she was when she was first born into the world. Reading up until there, she suddenly realized a very strange thing: The image of the prince was very vague. It was only revealed that he was about sixteen years old and had a big pair of black, dark eyes. He was very handsome, but compared to the witch, his image was not as notable. Sihwa just couldn't draw out his appearance in her mind, which was very abnormal for a world renowned writer. The prince seemed to be a fool. He had actually recognized the wrong person and had mistaken another human girl as his savior. He was not only stupid, but also blind. The little mermaid who became a human had climbed up a mountain with him, and everyone could see her feet bleeding, but he did not give an order to stop and return. With him being like that, how could he still have the guts to say that she was his dearest person? Was that how he treated the dearest one to him?