Angst (69,911 angst fanfics)
She found a card, It was a weird card. But didn't really mind it, not until she accidentally kissed it and a guy popped out of it.
Hayun is a normal every day girl. She has a simple college degree, nothing fancy, a slow job that pays her bills and puts food on her table, and a small appartment. Something that stands out from her family and college classmates is that she is currently in love with a boy from Korea. Being born in Korea (but moved to America when she was young), she felt a connection with this boy. They've been dating online for a whole year. They
One mistake. One night of mistake. That was all it took. And he could see his marriage crumbling before his very eyes. Congratulations, Sunggyu.
Forgive and forget seems simple to others who have not received the treatment an individual who cries all night long and wakes up with swollen eyes without anyone to hold or rely on as they are afraid, scared of the unfair treatment to be even more unfair and wildly affecting his or her life unknowingly. Everyone wants a simple and peaceful life surrounded by friends but this person society mi
Every life has different stories to be told. Every time there is a different situation exist, whether created by ourselves or by people all around us. It doesn’t matters whether we involved indirectly or we, as the main character because if fate decided to played with us, we still going to be there. Either happy or sad, we were the one who feel it. Either to forget or forgive, we are the one who decide it. What most important is,what are we going to do.
Chaeyoung and her friends are completely bad girls. Chaeyoung and her friends break the rules and they disrespect the elders. Chaeyoung and her friends are bullying people because it's fun. Especially they like bullying Mina. But once Chaeyoung and her friends got too bored...
Trying to make it in the idol world is no easy task; however, when an up-coming girl group is given the opportunity to train under the leaders of Peldis' very own Seventeen the light at the end of the tunnel starts to become brighter. Of course, with most things, that light is not reached without some trials and tribulations. With secrets within the girl group, their patience, endurance, and trust for each other will be pushed to the edge.
All her life Sunhee has been living in the shadow of her sister, Taehee, who could do no wrong in the eyes of their parents, but did everything to push those boundaries. For as long as Choi Sunhee could remember she had been the one to clean up Taehee's messes, even going to America for two years because they looked so much alike despite the three year age gap. Now with her return to South Korea Sunhee held no hope for anything to change, she knew Taehee too well.
Something that describes true friendship. Something that contains how one understands the other.