Once upon a time, two young men were walking along the mountain road. They are very close friends.
But suddenly, a bear appeared. These young people were shocked and wanted to find a place to hide. A guy climbed up the tree and hid himself, but the other one could not escape.
When the bear pounced on him, he could not run away and put himself on the ground, pretending to be dead. The young man lying on the ground held his breath and remained motionless. The bear came towards him and put his tone close to the man and sniffed. He's dead。 I don't eat meat."
The bear left the young man and walked away. When the bear has gone, the friend of the tree has come down. My friend wiped out the cold sweat and asked, "what did the bear tell you?"
"Oh, the bear told me," the other said, "don't go out with a friend who runs away in a dangerous situation."
After listening to his words, the young man who climbed alone on the tree felt sorry for his behavior. Friends mean to be together even when danger comes.
A crow felt very thirsty. He looked for water everywhere. Finally, he found a pitcher.
But there was not a lot of water in the pitcher. His beak could not reach it. He tried again and again, but still could not touch the water.
When he was about to give up, an idea came to him. He took a pebble and dropped it into the pitcher. Then he took another and dropped it in.
Gradually, the water rose, and the crow was able to drink the water.
The ray of the warm sunlight told us that it was spring. A lion was sleeping peacefully in the forest.
While the lion was fast asleep, a mouse went on top of the lion. The bold mouse played happily on top of the lion. "Yuppie! This is really fun." The mouse ran around thumping and stomping here and there.
The lion was not able to sleep with all the racket. The lion knew that there was someone on top of him. So, the lion made a surprise attack and rolled on the ground.
And the mouse fell over. When the lion saw the mouse he was relieved and said, "Whew! It was only a mouse."
However, far away a fox had seen the scene. The fox the laughed mockingly to the lion and said, "You're as big as a mountain and you're afraid of the mouse. You're a coward!" The fox kept making fun of the Lion.
Finally the lion spoke, "I wasn't afraid of the mouse. I was only shocked to find a bold enough animal not afraid to run around on top of a lion." When the fox heard this he quietly left.