4 What is Love?
♥ Luhan | Sehun | EXO-M | EXO-K | Fictional Character ♥
She was a typical girl with a not-so-typical (slash) complicated life. At first it was pretty ordinary and kind of boring, but then when he and all of them came in, her life turned from peaceful to a total disaster ... or not. I-It's pretty weird and twisted actually, and she never really expected all those things to happen. She never really thought that she'll experience the real "teenage life" by the moment she turned into an official adult. She was all in all, in shock.
To him, it was magical. Love is. He was all into practice, performance and work his entire life. He was working day and night just to achieve his dream and that is to become a superstar. Being the careful, angelic, wise and kind-hearted that he was he never really expected that he'll walk straight into the dangerous lair of this crazy little thing called ... love.
But anyways, no matter how confusing it will go, the both of them are assuring you that it is going to be fun ... but the author says, she just hope so. ^^
Something to take note before you proceed reading :)
- "--" or in words, two consecutive dashes, located at the middle or center, indicates a scene shift and sometimes, a change of perspective. But if that happens so, there are other indications just to avoid confusion i.e. (Stephanie's Perspective), (End of Perspective), etc.
- "Red lines, statements or sentences" indicates that the phrase is spoken, or imagined, in Chinese. Please forgive me for not having the knowledge of the said language. I'm not a Chinese that's why I don't speak Mandarin. I'm so sorry. So, let's just settle with this alternative. (^-^)
- "Bold and jet black statements or sentences" indicates that the phrase is spoken in Filipino. But please don't worry because a translation is provided either at the end of the whole sentence or right after the quote itself. I'm a proud Filipino, by the way.
"Blue lines, statements or sentences" indicates that the phrase is spoken, or imagined, in Korean. Please forgive me for not having the knowledge of the said language. So, let's just settle with this alternative.
Stephanie Chiu (Steph, Anie, Fanie, Stiff)
A 17 year old Chinese-Filipino young lady and a child from a broken family. She was raised by her mom all her life and had only seen her father once when she was nine. Now, she is to go back to China in order for her to celebrate her most awaited 18th birthday with her Chinese family. But she never knew that this trip which she called as a "disaster" at first will give her this one moment of her life that will give her the experience of a real teenager at the age of a fully grown woman.
Lu Han (Bear-Luhan, Lulu-boy, Lulu-baby)
A 21 year old member of the Chinese rookie boy band, EXO-M. After the tiring but thrilling debuts they made both in China and Korea, Luhan and his group mates took their long awaited rest day at Kris's family's house. He was an innocent-looking, child-like, playful, but wise and careful young man who focused his entire life into achieving his dream, and that is to become an idol. He never really knew that he'll walk straight to the love's dangerous yet crazy, outrageous and magical lair, without even him noticing.
Oh Sehun (Sehun, Sehunnie)
An 18 year old, youngest member of the Korean rookie boy band, EXO-K and the son of Stephanie's father's best friend. He is Luhan's best friend ever since their trainee years and apparently, they consider each other as brothers. He's a loving and kind gentleman who happened to fall for Stephanie the first time he meets her. Though the odds aren't completely in his favor for he never expected that his very rival against the girl he loves will be no other than his very best friend, Luhan.
EXO-M: The Chinese sub-group of the rookie boy group EXO, Luhan's group mates.
Prologue: The Start of Another Ending
“Cheng!” my mom grunted as she was on call with my dad. “You can’t just take my daughter away from me.”
“I’m not taking her away from you,” was dad’s answer as heard from the speakers. “It’s just a small vacation, that’s all! And besides, its summer break there at the Philippines, right?”
“I know but,” Mom answered. “She’s turning eighteen and she won’t be with me? On the day that my baby will finally become a lady, she won’t be with me? Are you kidding me, Cheng?”
“No-no!” dad immediately said. “It’s not that. Of course you will be coming too but not yet now. I’ll be sending another plane ticket there for you, Marge. Arrange your businesses first before you join us, but at the meantime, please let our daughter come here ahead of you.”
Then there was silence.
“Please?” dad pleaded.
“Okay.” She answered and ended the call.
Oh no mom, you gotta be kidding me. Me?! Going back to China? That is outrageous!!!
“Mom, you are not kidding, aren’t you?” I ask her as she put down the phone.
“No I’m not sweetie.” She answered as she stroke my hair. “You’re going to China … once again.”
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