Gesar wrote:"Yours looks pretty interesting." Her eyes, meanwhile, searched Hyun-shin for a reaction, however pessimistic she was feeling about the racial politesse of some old-as-fuck Jopok who had it out for Dreamer. "So," she went on, tilting her head slightly, "do you two usually play cards at parties then, Mr. Kim?"
"Oh man, yeah, you could probably do pretty good with a Panther deck. You know about the Panthers, right? They fought for honor and their place in a country that didn't want them. Like us," Steven
lets the kid continue his spiel for a bit before answering. "Sometimes. He's a bright kid, and I certainly don't want to bore him with business yet."
"I mean, if you fellas can't promise us a little fun any time soon...", the implied question hangs in the air as Johnny pulls the girls slightly closer to him, ignoring both them and Takashi, his curious gaze shifting from goon to goon, looking for the most promising prospect.
One of the Koreans looks like he's about to take a step forward, but knows his place. Takashi
says something in Korean, and even if you're not quite sure what exactly he said, you're pretty sure it translates to, "If you can't find a girl here
, then I have a brother who's getting lonely."
"Oh my goooood those guys were boring," Flavie
says as you leave. " 'Wait up, my guy's going to be here. Wait up, my guy's gonna be here', like oh my god just like keep your blow on you, man. We aren't narcs."
It's about then that the Korean with the pocket phone finally gets that call he's been waiting on, and relays a message to Takashi. After a brief back-and-forth, the two get up to leave, giving Remy a bow on the way out. She waves at them from her conversation with Tommy.