Japanesse title: "My Name Is..."
English title: "My Name Is..."
Previously on Hikaru No Go, Hikaru was upset when a kid dropped stuff on the floor and didn't clean it up. He learned the kid was a Korean Insei, and then he challenged him to a Go match.
Today: Su-yong promises he will remember Hikaru's name is Hikaru can defeat him, but can Japan finally defeat Korea when Korea has been winning all their matches?
Hikaru Shindo: This young boy has the spirit of Sai constantlly travelling with him. At first he hated Go, but eventually he began to grow and respect what it stood for. Now Hikaru is determined to be Akira's rival, and his game has improved enough to where he's an Insei, but can Hikaru make it to the A-League?
Fujiwara-no-Sai: Sai is a spirit from the past, and he desires to play the divine move. At first Hikaru always let him play Go games, and he crushed Akira, but now that Hikaru has developed his own skills Sai is forced to watch on the side, and he's feeling left out since Hikaru is getting all the credit.
Shinichiro Isumi: He's one of the top ranked A League students, but he sees this as one of his last chances to pass the Insei examination. Can he find his best chane to advance here, or will Hikaru prove he's better than anyone expected?
Yoshitaka Waya: Waya played Sai online and wondered if he was a Pro, but he predicted Hikaru would pass when he showed up for the exam. Now he's taking a liking to Hikaru, but he's wondering if Hikaru has a lot of potential or if he is over confident about being Akira's rival.
Hon Su-yong: He's one of the top Korean Insei's, but a recent losing streak has brought him to Japan where he has run into Hikaru and must now prove he's the better of the two.
Next Episode: 36- "My Name Is..."
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