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No matter the route, Jisoo tells Heejung many times to call for him if she ever needs help, seemingly like a big brother figure if he is not being romanced. Jisoo can appear lazy as a cat, but as a human, in both Heejung's world and his own world, he worked several jobs.
After the death of his parents and Lily falling ill, he worked as hard as he could to provide for her. He is one of the most empathetic of the animals due to wanting to help Heejung and due to the love for his sister, which brought him into the game in the first place. It is heavily hinted that Jisoo has been in fights in the past with how he can take care of himself, how he was rough with Heejung at first, and how he has no fear of anyone.
It's also hinted at that he and Jiyeon may have met in the past based on Jiyeon saying he has stolen fish from Jisoo and calling it "economy. Jisoo and Jiyeon harbor a grudge against the rabbits due to their wealth and being looked down on by them throughout the game. Ultimately, he has an extreme dislike for Jihae compared to his distaste for Jieun and Jiwooas seen in both Jihae and Jisoo's routes.
For the other rabbits, he mostly complains about them behind their backs or ignores them, but for Jihae he is actively hostile. If Heejung ever shows any interest in Jihae, Jisoo can and will get violent.
Jisoo is the most selfless with his wish and actions next to Jieun. He gave up his own memories to protect Heejung from the Wizard, knowing she would try to sacrifice herself to find him again. Despite his best efforts, though, Heejung was still tricked into giving up her memories to bring Jisoo and Lily to the human world, though she seems to retain some memory of him, like he does for her, based on her painting in the epilogue.
He learned to love art through Heejung; which may or may not have lead him to her exhibit in the epilogue. He may also harbor feelings for her in the other routes since he hasn't taken on a girlfriend in the other love interests' routes nor the good endings' epilogue of his own, though this could also be for Lily even if she does push him to date while living in Busan. Appearance Edit Jisoo's original outfit As a cat, Jisoo has short black fur with white fur around his eyes, chest, his right hind leg, and finally at the tip of his tail.
His eyes as a human and a cat are gold in color. Another physical feature that passes from his feline state to his human state is the silver necklace his sister Lily made and gave to him back in their home world. As a human, he wears mostly black clothes with some red and gold accents, with a plain purple scarf around his shoulders. When he goes out, his outfit alters a bit with Jisoo wearing a black beanie to hide his feline ears. His hair color fluctuates between black and dark brown during cutscenes, making the color inconsistent throughout the game but this could also be due to the lighting in certain scenes during cutscenes.
In his good ending, Jisoo has his hair up in a small ponytail. He wears a black jacket with a red turtleneck underneath. Trivia Edit All of the animals have Ji- as the first part of their names, meaning "Grass" to fit with the nature theme. Soo, depending on the hanja used, could mean "Water" or "Shore". Meaning, Jisoo's name translates into English as: Cats are generally considered bad luck in Korean culture, while black cats are universally considered bad luck in European cultures.
This may explain why initially Heejung and several background characters tended to have a disdain for him in his feline form at the beginning of the game. Jisoo has the most illustrations, or CG's, in the game. Being featured in every route and in multiple scenes in the other love interests' routes either helping Heejung or reacting to the antics of the other love interests with Heejung.
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Jisoo is a shopaholic, typically found browsing the shopping network and asking Heejung to buy him things. When talking to Jisoo, while he's watching the shopping network, he tells Heejung of the deals they're having and suggests she buys anything with a seemingly good deal attached. He is always the first one to greet Heejung when she comes home.
Jisoo's sister is seventeen years old by the time the epilogue that takes place three years after the ending of the game. At the beginning of the game, she is fourteen years old when Jisoo joins. Like the other love interests, Jisoo has a favorite food and it is salmon. In a cutscene, Jiyeon reveals that he and Jisoo shared an intimate moment together under the influence of alcohol. It's left her with a massive inferiority complex and an inability to genuinely enjoy the things that make her happy.
A couple of the guys appear to have had at least one bad parent too, specifically Jiwoo and Jihae. Side-character Heejae with his nerdy glasses and awkward crush on Heejung is the best example, but Jieun also counts at various times.
All of the Other Reindeer: Jihae was the product of an aristocrat and a commoner, which would have been bad enough, except white hair there is a sign of the nobility, meaning that Jihae's darker silver hair was seen as a terrible sign and he was shunned accordingly. Heejung has been pushed into being all work at the beginning of the game, but she manages to ease off as she becomes closer to the animals. Jiyeon, by contrast, is definitely all play.
The cats tend to be wilder and more free-spirited, while the rabbits are more controlled and strict.
Jieun, of all people, is the only one of the love interests who out-gambits the creator of the "game. A little planning ahead and re-assurance on Jieun's part ensures Heejung doesn't call on the wizard when she and Jieun are separated. Instead they're reunited without anyone losing their memory because of Jieun's efforts. Not to mention the entire game is the Wizard's Batman Gambit.
Only people with a desperate wish can see him, but Heejung is so damaged by her mother's parenting that she won't develop a desperate wish of her own. Bring five guys to her world, have her fall in love with one, then take him away so she has something she'll wish for.
As noted above, Jieun is the only one to thwart this gambit. Because You Were Nice to Me: Both Jieun and Jihae felt isolated and excluded from the others around them, but because each was kind to the other and accepted them for who they were, they became friends. All of the boys, but long, silver-haired Jihae probably fits the best. Even as a rabbit, he's recruited to be a model!
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The Wizard's ending, anyone? Honestly, all of the endings besides Jieun's can be seen as bittersweet. Every ending has Heejung and her love interest separated, and one or both of them losing their memories of the year they spent together. Jihae is in the equivalent of the grass-kingdom aristocracy. Jieun is even higher than that. Both Heejung and Jieun are older than usual for this trope, but both of their storylines mainly revolve around them finding their own place in the world and figuring out how to stop relying on others like children.
Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: A large part of all of the routes. Heejung's parents are divorced, and her dad is only mentioned in flashbacks. Heejung often comments and even snarks on Jiwoo's cheesy romance novels and soap operas Jiwoo also knows his tropes well.
A Tsundere 's charm never fades. But, the trend is all just temporary. The routes all end with Heejung and the boy being separated, only to finally be reunited years later. Jihae's lover, in response to the awful treatment she received as a result of the kingdom hating him.
Jieun at a couple of times in his route. Jieun gets drunk on apples. One of MC's predominant struggles. More like Fantastic Classism, but the rabbits seem to form a structured kingdom and look down on the disorganized cats, while within rabbits a plain coat is a sign of good breeding, meaning that Jiwoo is very sensitive about his spots.
Among rabbits, white is the most special, meaning that they are royal, with Jihae's silver coat being a bad thing. Fast Forward to Reunion: The end of most of the routes. Jieun does this to Heejung in his route. The others are convinced this is a sign that the two are actually a lovey-dovey couple. Jieun doesn't even seem to notice. Heejung learns quickly that although she feels cut off from all the other humans she knows, her pets will always be there for her to cuddle up to her and make her laugh.
The styles are hardly historically accurate and, of course, aren't intended to be but by God they are pretty. Jieun's over the top royal coat stands out among the rest. The main song Yet I Can't Stay. Jiwoo has some traces of this due to awful treatment at the hands of his mother. If she was ugly, it would have ended after 5 minutes of being aired. Usually the main female character isn't ugly. The film might describe the woman as being plain-looking, but they actually use a really pretty actress.
I Have No Daughter: In most routes, this is the conclusion to Heejung's and her mother's relationship. In Touch with His Feminine Side: A few of the boys.
Jiyeon is into fashion, Jiwoo has a great interest in romance novels and dramas, and when he opens up more Jieun confesses to being interested in make-up. Jihae and Jieun are both the product of one. Naturally, the kingdom isn't particularly pleased with either situation, but at least since Jieun's the prince he's viewed as being above criticism.
Jihae is not at all so lucky. Heejung with Jihae or Jieun would also count. Any relationship Heejung forms with the five guys would be considered this since the guys aren't exactly human. When Jisoo complains about how 'gross' it is that Jihae and Jieun are so close and claims that he doesn't like guys, Jiyeon asks how that gels with that thing they did together one time when Jisoo got drunk.
Jisoo doesn't just yell at him to be quiet but physically restrains him from saying anything further. I've been wearing this cardigan for several years already I'm getting attached to it.
All of the guys still retain their animals ears after turning human, and can still transform back into animals. Jieun is extremely dependent on Jihae at the beginning of the game. In his backstory, it's revealed that he even knowingly allowed a woman to kill herself because Jihae had fallen in love with her and he was scared that she would take him away. He gets better over time. In a different way, Jihae has also completely devoted his life to Jieun, and doesn't react well to the idea of being abandoned by him.
Long Title Love Redeems: The Wizard's ending can be seen this way.
The reason the Wizard created the game was because he was obsessed with Heejung, but by giving up all his memories and even risking his very existence in order to be with her, he's able to get a clean slate and be with the woman he loves, though neither know who the other is. Made worse by the state of his little sister. Jiyeon also grew up without parents, so they are either dead or abandoned him. It's supposed to be a sad scene, but it's so corny. Heejung demands the boys wear hats outside so people can't see their ears.
Naturally, they are all this. Besides Jiyeonwho knows exactly what to say to get what he wants, all of the guys are lacking in social skills and often avoid other people — especially since they are now in a world they never knew.
In Jiwoo's route when he sees Heejung and Jisoo out together and she protests that they aren't on a date.