The Karate Kid Part II

Miyagi saves Sato the night he was supposed to fight, so he becomes friends with Miyagi once again. Chozen is shunned by Sato because he was too afraid to help Miyagi save him. At a celebration one night, Chozen fights Daniel. Daniel wins and shows mercy just when he could have possibly killed him.

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Factual error: In the scene where Mr. Miyagi and Daniel arrive in a taxi at a construction site, the taxi is stopped by a U.S. Air Force airman first class. The airman asks, "Where you going, buddy?" Mr. Miyagi says, "Tomi village." The airman says, "Never heard of it! This is Kadena Air Base." He then calls out to an off-screen person, "Sarge! Tomi village?" The off-screen voice replies, "You're standing on it, corporal!" The U.S Air Force has never had the rank of corporal in its organization.

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Chozen: You insult my honor again, I'll kill you.

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Trivia: The scene that takes place in the parking lot in the beginning of this film was actually the original ending for the first movie.

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Question: When Chozen, while bullying Daniel, takes the latter's handheld drum (which Chozen mockingly called a "baby rattle") and calls the latter a baby, Kumiko, sticking up for Daniel, fiercely says a phrase in Japanese (or Ryukyuan) to Chozen. What exactly does Kumiko say, and what does it mean?

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