24 Possessive Psychologist
Kim Jaejoong & Jung Yunho
Kim Jaejoong - 18 years old. A blonde haired high school boy with a face of an angel, dresses like a rebel and has already been given the title as the school's biggest punk. Though Jaejoong appears to be a cold hearted bastard who doesn't care about anyone besides himself, it's nowhere near to who he really is. And because of his appearance he's been left friendless, people are just too scared to confront him. Jaejoong lives with his father ever since his mom passed away 3 years ago, and as a tribute to his mother's death he got a tattoo of a pair of wings spreading beautifully across his shoulders. Jaejoong has many dark secrets that he never reveals to anyone, but his life suddenly comes to a twist when he's forced to see the school's counselor.
Jung Yunho - 27 years old. A newly qualified psychologist who is starting his career at Daeyoung High School as the school's counselor. Yunho lives a completely 'normal' life, there's not really much to complain about. He has a well paid job, a loving family, couple of friends etc. But he still feels as if something's missing, he just can't put his finger on what it is. When Yunho introduce's himself for the first time to one of the classes his eyes caught a glimpse of one specific person who was sitting at the back of the classroom, staring blankly out the window. If Yunho had to describe the boy without any further information he'd describe him as the 'Broken Angel', those words fit so well with his appearance. Yunho who now was desperate to get a chance to speak to the boy, decided to require him special counseling.
Shim Changmin - 26 years old. A young math teacher who's been working at Daeyoung High School for the past two years. Changmin immediately becomes good friends with Yunho.
Note: Yoosu might pop up here and there in the story since they're in the same class as Jaejoong.
Genre: Drama, Romance, Angst, Fluff, Smut, Hurt/Comfort
'Who would've thought that the first meeting between two completely different persons could leave such an impact.'
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