"Welcome Back Home"
Park Sooyoung never believed in anything more than The Theory of Relativity in her entire life until she saw the snow outside, making her wanting to believe in people getting together after broken relationships that more than it.
It takes a flight to a foreign country and 365 days for their story to unfold. It also takes Joohyun so long to realize that there is something she has been missing all along. Something alike a woman with a mysterious spark in her eye, who always seems to have a pen in her hand and a passage on her mind.
In the dead of the night, Bae Joohyun and Kim Jennie discuss their secret relationship.
Soulmate AU: When you write something on your skin with pen, marker, or whatever, it will show up on your soul mates skin as well Alright, so I know that I've yet to update my other story "Stage Fright", but recently this Tumblr post caught my eye and I haven't been able to stop writing about this concept once I saw it. I wanted t
My new ship is sailing. One shots about WenRene that I write because I'm stuck with other stories.
Saeri gift fic for my bud Aaron :D
Sehun and his friends were sitting in the café of their High School, the boy trying to study, but being unable to do so as the girls kept talking about this guy at the other end of the room. The talk he had with the guy afterwards, left Sehun a little weirded out.
All beginnings hold a promise of an end (but you make me wish they didn't). And maybe it was ours (the one ending I wish never had to happen).
It’s not the traffic that caught Seulgi, not the congested jeepneys and buses, and not the heavy pouring rain. It’s the face of a beguiling stranger in close proximity to her own.
Seungyoon try to seduce Wendy and fails. (Or does he?) High School AU.
Re·do: verb rēˈdo͞o to do (something) again or differently. If
in which Seulgi likes to go to an archery range to relieve stress from college and is really good at it when she mets a girl who can’t score anything other than zeros and ones.
A quick, short story of how the five girls of red velvet spent their Christmas one year, but mostly focuses on how one of the girls is jealous of a small animal who seems to get more love from her best friend in just one night than she ever has been given herself in the years they've been friends.
“I can’t even say your name without my voice breaking,” she confesses, tone full of goodbyes. “I’m never going to make it.” (Or, the angsty trainee seulrene oneshot no one asked for.)