Sev: I’ve special gift for you. Harry
Harry: Wow~! How can you do that Sev. It’s beautiful. Is that really for me?
Sev: Magic. And yes, that’s my gift for you my Harry.
Harry: Will you teach me magic thing?
Sev: Yes, little one. Always.
Harry: I love you so much Sev.
James: Noooooo!!! How can Snivellus get near my son.
Lily: Come on, James. Don’t you see they’re quite lovely together like that.
James: Wahhh!!! But that’s my son, oh poor little Harry.
Lily: I know, he’s my son too. Let me assure you. Severus will look after Harry, give him love the way he want for the rest of his life. There’s no need to be worry. They belong to each other.
The Ore List: Hak, Yun, Shin-Ah, Zeno, Tae-Woo, Tae-Yeon, Han-Dae, Kum-Ji, Geun-Tae, Ju-doh, Yu-Hon, Hazara, Guen, Shuten, Abi.
The Boku List: Jae-Ha, Ik-Su.
The Watashi List: Yona, Lili, Ayura, Tetora, Yun-Ho, Gi-gan, Kaya, King Hiryuu, Il, Suwon, Kija, Tae-Jun, Kyo-Ga, Su-Jin, Jun-Gi, Ju-doh (in the novel), Heuk-Chi, Min-Su, Hiyou.
The Washi List: Mundok
Honorifics and titles: Jae-Ha and Suwon are big users of honorifics. Jae-Ha: Yona-chan, Yun-kun, Kija-kun, Shin-ah-kun, Zeno-kun, Lili-chan, Ayura-chan, Tetora-chan. Suwon does that and observes the titles of his subordinates: Keishuk-san & Keishuk Sanpou, Ju-doh-san & Ju-doh Shougun, any of the generals+Shougun, Lili-san & Lili-sama, Yona Hime (during Il assassination, otherwise he doesn’t use any for her)
“Hime-san”: Rather than being a formal designated title, it is more of a nickname designated to Yona by Hak. Formal addresses would be “Hime-sama” and “Yona Hime(-sama)”.
Shinkan priest: The type of priest Ik-Su is. A shrine priest.
Ou vs. Heika: Ou is a title of a certain rank (sovereign) while Heika acts as an honorific for a sovereign, whether they are a king or queen. Suwon is not often called Suwon-Ou but Suwon-Heika. During his coronation, he was called Suwon Shinou Heika, which means His Majesty The New King Suwon. However, “King Hiryuu” came from his official title “Hiryuu-Ou” and was referred to as Ou or Ou-sama by the four dragons. I suspect that it’s because the entire name is actually a title and perhaps in a sweet background twist, King Hiryuu actually adopted a human name for himself for private use.
Shiryuu: “Four Dragons”. It’s used to refer to any of the four dragons. It doesn’t matter if there is only one or three present.