aised their head and boasted.
Dok Go-yeon, realizing it understood what she was saying, opened her eyes wide and sighed as if she had lost the energy to be angry.

“So cute…okay, you left me in awe, so let’s listen to you first.”

It was a strange logic, but Eve’s move worked.
Ban Yu-won sighed.
In fact, he didn’t want to be something like the class president, but if he were to choose a representative out of these four, he was sure that it should be himself…

“Actually, the class leader doesn’t have to be the strongest.
No, the strongest shouldn’t be the leader.”


“That’s because when the strongest person becomes the class leader, they will make all the decisions.
But the class leader can’t do that.”

Dok Go-yeon rotated her cross pupils to tell him to keep going.
He wished she hadn’t because it was really scary.

“You seem to misunderstand one thing.
The class leader isn’t the ruler.
They don’t lead according to their own will, but they have the talent to synthesize the opinions of the rest of the class and choose a method that is fair and good for everyone.
In other words, a person who is objective and neutral should be the class president.”

“It sounds very boring.”

“That’s a class leader.
There’s no real benefit, and they just get stressed out.
But that’s why it’s important, as an individual who sacrifices for the group….”

“But that’s the class leader as you think they should be, right?”

Tsk, I got caught.
Of course, it was true that most of the class leaders selected in the elementary, middle, and high school education courses in Korea didn’t deviate from the type that Ban Yu-won described.
But wasn’t this an academy made up of talented people? In a society where power was important, power was law.

As Ban Yu-won said, there might be representatives who considered everyone’s positions to make fair and objective choices.
But there could also be any number of representatives who led with overwhelming power and charisma.
Moreover, it couldn’t be said that this was absolutely wrong.

‘However, if we were to choose a representative from among the four of us, it would be troublesome if that was Dok-Fire-General.’

It wasn’t a question of scale.
Rather, charismatic leaders tended to lead small groups better than large ones.
The problem now was these four personalities.
Even looking at Light, he was so proud of himself that he was raring for a fight with Dok Go-yeon as Ban Yu-won spoke.
In fact, even if Dok Go-yeon could suppress Light by force now, he wouldn’t be easily bent, and more problems would arise later.

In Ruchel’s case, it was even more problematic.
It had only been two days since they met, but it was surprisingly clear that she didn’t have any opinions.
So, should they ignore her because she has no opinion? That would completely ignore the academy’s essential theme of student growth.
This type of person needed a leader who calmly waited and listened to them so that they could show their abilities.

It was obvious as even Ban Yu-won could see through to her dazzling potential.

“Anyway, I’m the easygoing type, so it’s fine, but, still, I think I’d be better off being the class president than you to preserve the individuality of all four of us.”

“Easygoing? You?”

For some reason, Dok Go-yeon snorted.
But maybe she was convinced because she nodded immediately after.

“All right.
After all, the appointment of the class president seems to be by the authority of the Professor.
And the only person I honestly want to follow is you.”


That creeped him out.
But before he asked her what she meant, she continued.

“I just hope you don’t get me wrong, I’ve only acknowledged that you are the class president, but I don’t intend to listen to your orders.”

“I have no intention of ordering you around either.
However, I would like some degree of communication and cooperation with each other for the growth of all of us.
What do you think of that?”


Dok Go-yeon looked at Light and Ruchel without a word, then snorted as if she wasn’t happy about it.

“He who stands above must be able to see far…even if you don’t like some people, you must embrace them to get what you want.
All right.
I agree.”

Somehow, he ended the war of words with Dok Go-yeon in a win-win fashion.

There was still the minor problem that Light was angry at Dok Go-yeon, but Dok Go-yeon was indeed stronger than Light…so this pride problem would have to be resolved over time.
As expected, the biggest bomb was this bastard Light.

Ban Yu-won let out a sigh.


But when he contemplated how to defuse it, Ruchel, who had been quiet until now, chimed up.

“The snake…can I touch it too? It’s so cute….”

“Feel free!”

Let’s be fair.
This school was full of bombs.


* * *


In this way, the problem of recognizing Ban Yu-won as their representative was somehow solved.
Light just didn’t like the fact that Dok Go-yeon had taken a step forward, saying that the strongest should be the representative, but he had no problem with Ban Yu-won being chosen by Professor Yoo Mina.

Dok Go-eon openly admitted that she liked Ban Yu-won (she made it clear that her feelings were that of a corporate executive who was headhunting talented people).
She was outspoken in her position to step down in consideration for him.

Ruchel said Eve was too cute, and it was the first time she had looked delighted since Ban Yu-won met her.
She was surprisingly cute, but he had no idea what was going on in her mind.

“The first class is going to be a light match.
What do you think, everyone?”

“Professor, the dregs…no, I’m curious about the skills of the students who passed the special screening!”

“I want to have a match with them too!”

And for Ban Yu-won, who became the class leader representing these four, his hardships started with the first class.

“That weakling dared to receive a brooch from Professor Yoo Mina, the Goddess of Flowers? I can’t accept that.
I’ll have to check his skills myself!”

A very great hardship.

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