Kim Na Ri's life was going the way she planned.
But when everything is going good, something bad has to happen.....more like always. The trouble in her life was Kim Chin Ho, her own younger brother.
She wanted to laugh everytime she had to say his name, it meant precious and goodness.
She snorts, What Bull.
He dropped out of school and now getting himself involved with gangs, leaving her debts and the responsibility of bailing him out from jail.
Eventually, Na Ri would realize that she would be happy to continue to do all that. She would have chosen that life over the one she would be force to receive later on.
I didn't want to add this but it is starting to become worrying for me again -
My story is not the same as Loviet's 'Home'. It can't be the same if you look at the years the stories were published. Also, there is a message that Loviet kindly placed in her 'Home's' foreword. Many readers have mentioned it in the comment section and I'm not offended, I'm glad you brought it up but it's getting repetitive for me to explain myself. This story may not be as great as Loviet's 'Home' but it was still one of my earlier works which I'm fond of. I don't want to feel like I'm plagiarizing a popular story. Thank you.