Yalkae, a Joker in High School


Let's bow and pray piously.

Oh divine and holy God,

My infinite thanks for allowing

your lambs to stay healthy as

they learn your words in school

Please let the lambs in our school

take in your holy words

and become great workers

for the country,

devote themselves to the country and

to peace for the human race.

For the contribution of our lord Jesus Christ,

I sincerely pray.



Today we're going to study Corinthians 13.

Oh, what's that sound? What's that?

Hey, there, Doo-soo?

Hey, Doo-soo


Be quiet. Doo-soo,

what were you just doing?

Sir, I was praying.

Doo-soo, do you snore while praying?

You were snoring so loudly.

If you keep sleeping and

lying during worship class, you'll fail.

Have you declded to fail again?

Oh, no, no. That'll never happen.

Yong-ho, what do you mean by that?

Stand up.

Sir? Me failing again?

That's very dishonorable.

There is a high possibility

that you two will fail Bible Studies.

That's God's punishment.

I know many quotes from the Bible.

Oh, Doo-soo, that's a surprise!

Please recite what you remember.

The book of the generation of Jesus Christ,

the son of Davld, the son of Abraham.

Abraham begat Isaac; and Isaac begat Jacob;

and Jacob begat Judas and his brethren;

And Judas begat Phares and Zara of Thamar;

Phares and Zara

-Hey, who's next?

-Your father begat you.

My grandfather Na Cheon-soo begat

Na Shi-baek;

My father Na Shi-baek begat me, Na Doo-soo.

This is the holy frontier,

he who is called Yalkae.

Yalkae, A Joker In High School

Original Novel.:
Cho Eun-pa

Yoon Sam-yook

Cinematographer.: Jeong ll-seong

Sohn Young-cheol

Choi Chang-geun

Lee Kyeong-ja

Lee Seung-hyeon

Jeong Yoon-hee, Ha Myeong-joong

Kim Jeong-hoon, Kang Joo-hee

Jin Yoo-young, Han Eun-jin

Choi Choon-ji

Seok Rae-myeong



Baek Sang-do

I'm Baek Sang-do,

and from today I'll be teaching Korean.

I heard that this class are

the high school

second year troublemakers.



-What's that?

-It was a time signal.

-What time signal?

-The signal for 'five to six.'

Five to six? What does that mean?

-Like this


'Five to six' is a masterpiece.

You've got a keen sense of humor.

That's very funny.

That's why this class is a troublemaker.


What is it?

I object to your claim that

our class is a troublemaker.

It is not fair that only one or two students

make the whole class a troublemaker.

Have some bread.

-It looks delicious.

-Help yourself.

Hey, Yalkae, what's up?

What? Yalkae? Why did you call me that?

I wanted to make sure

that we don't slip back a year.

We'll just remain in second year

for one more year.

We're staying, you brat.

I am bearing a bitter grudge

since I have to retake second year.

And a kld like you conslders us troublemakers.

I can't stand it.

That's unforgivable.

If you do it again, you won't survive.

What a guy. Let's eat.

Hey, just have some bread.

Come on.

Not everyone can fail, you know that?

Late fruit keeps well.

A frog which crouches and

jumps can go further.

Pull back before you hit. It is stronger.

Hey, have some bread.

I tell you again.

If you tell our teacher on us or

disturb us,

we won't forgive you.

Bread is on you today.

Yong-ho, let's go.

Yalkae, Yalkae

I have no money.

Stop being a crybaby.

-Come on.


You're lucky today, man.

-Yalkae, Yong-ho, Yong-ho

-Hey, there.

Pay for the bread.


-Here you are.

-I'm home.

Grandma has come to see us.

Go inslde and say hello to her.




Grandma, I'll bow deeply.

All right, come closer

My dear, Doo-soo

You're a grown-up now.

Doo-soo, I heard that you failed in school?


Yes, you did.

No, I dldn't.

-Yes, I'm sure I heard that.

-Who sald that?

Doo-joo did.

You certainly failed this time.

-Doo-joo did?


I see. Let me talk to her.


it's not good to fight with your sister.

What a guy.

Walk quietly.

Why do you walk so roughly?

-Because I'm busy


-What are busy with?

-Mind your own business.

Dld you wear make-up today?

Why! What's up with you today?

You look so pretty.

Don't be creepy. I've got no money.

I mean you look really pretty today.

Your upper lip is fantastic.

Don't be creepy.

Oh, I met your friend Young-hee

on the way home.

She's waiting for you at the confectionery store

across the street.

-She went in there with a guy.


They look serious.

Really? Is he tall and wearing glasses?

Yes, he was very slim.

She's always calling me to go out

when I am practicing.

-Get this cello back in the bag.


-How have you been? Sir.

-Welcome, Mr. Baek

-Sit here.

-Yes, sir.


-Who came?

-Right, an old student of your father's.

-Stop eating and go and greet him.


-Is that so?


You guys have met each other already.

How do you feel about starting today?

It's great.

In the first class,

someone let me hear a time signal.

What? A time signal?

A time signal for 'five to six' rang out.

It was so funny.

Doo-soo must have done it.

You haven't changed at all

since you were a student.

It's all thanks to your concern.

Doo-joo, where have you been?

Doo-joo, you know Mr. Baek?


He's a teacher

at Doo-soo's school from today.

I know her well.

I saw her several times

when I visited you as a student.

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