There was an old evil lady in the swamp.
When the old evil lady saw Ingel, she giggled creepilyand said,
“Welcome. A human like you is my favorite, ha, ha,ha.”
The old evil lady forced Ingel to help her in her work.
The old evil lady worked for the destruction ofmankind.
She was making shoes, which if one wore them, one soon wanted to steal something.
Hats, which when one put it on, one wanted to be cruel to other people, and vests which madeone lie once one wore them.
Ingel was hungry, but the old evil lady did not give food to Ingel at all.
On the bottom of her shoe, some of the bread was still stuck on it.
Ingel stretched out her hands and tried to grab the bread on the bottom of her shoe.
But her body was hard as rock, and she could not reach there.
It was painful, so she shed tears.
“I was such a fool!” She thought she got punished because she pretended that she did notknow her own mother and tried to step on the bread.
She regretted her silly behavior for the first time.
When her warm tears began to fall down to the bread under her shoe, the bread came off fromit like magic.
Ingel took the hard bread off and she lived barely by eating the bread little by little everyday.
Ingel was determined to stop the old evil lady’s work at any cost.
At that time, a ray of light appeared from somewhere and shone through the dark swamp.
“Oh!” When the light shone on Ingel’s head, she turned into a bird and flew up to the sky in thetwinkling of an eye.
Even the old evil lady could not stop her.
Ingel who became a bird now, flew in the sky happily and sang merry songs.
Ingel flew around the house of her mother and father.