It was dark, but no candles had been brought in yet. So, the priest took a pair of scissors, and cut out a round piece of paper and stuck it upon the wall. At once, it became bright as the moon and lighted up the whole room. One of the strangers took a kettle of wine, and told the pupils to help themselves.
Sung wondered how they would all drink out of such a small kettle. But he was astonished to see that not only everybody had his fill but also the wine was left in the kettle. “Now we must bid you good night, as we are going to drink a glass of wine in the palace of the moon,” said one of the strangers. Then, they walked into the moon, where they could be seen talking and drinking together.