6) Describe your character’s happiest memory.
Hongki has had a wonderful childhood - or, as wonderful as one can have growing up in a world and family of assassins - and has many fond memories of growing up. He remembers one instance in particular, a simple moment in time when he was young, about eight years old. His father had been teaching him the finer points of swordplay, when Hongki was knocked off his feet and pushed into the sand.
He wasn’t hurt, and he could have stood back up and continued the lesson, but instead his father fell into the sand beside him and began building sand-keeps and fortresses with him. What would have normally have been a day of lessons became an afternoon of fun with his father, one of the very few he was allowed as a child.