Sehun, Jongin, and Baekhyun are about to have a unique experience with love right on their soil in Seoul, Korea. But will it be too hot for the guys to handle? Or will they go beyond the boundaries of love and happiness? It's exciting, challenging, and, most of all it's a fun way to celebrate February as the month of love! <3 Can love really happen this way, incidentally? Let's fin
Sunmi has two rules as a rookie racing driver: go fast and don’t crash. But maybe she should add a third and steer clear of three-time world champion (and walking red flag), Baekhyun. After all, only one can win the world championship. —Or— The rise, fall, rise of love and rivalries, backdropped by the Formula 1 circus.
'For Eternity' One would hope that life never change once they have attained peace and stability while one would hope for everything to change if they have the opposite. This is a story of the prior and their lives are now forced to change forever. Regardless of whether they want it or not. When San realizes his father is not the person he had always thought he was and that life never goes the way you want it to.
"This isn't fair. Please don't do this to me. To us." "I should really want the best for you. But, you deserve the truth." "What if it doesn't work? What if I lose you?"
Mark was particularly possessive when it came down to a certain Got7 member. Park Jinyoung, younger by a year and 18 days, mother of the group, and by far the cutest person he had ever met.
Mark likes walking around the dorm shirtless and everybody is less than fine with it.
The only remedy to Chanyeol's acrophobia.
For some reason, Mark ends up alone at Everland. (But not for long.)
The first and the last time Jinyoung was forced to buy a watermelon. And what happened next.
Keeping secrets from friends is close to impossible. Mark should have known this.
University life meant books, burgers, and a boy named Jinyoung.
Jisoo contemplates how harder life gets now that fellow member Junghan continues to look more like a goddess.
Every friendship has their beginning, and Jisoo doesn't regret starting his with Junghan.
It all started because of a coffee cup (and it was all thanks to Jaebum, too.)
Jinyoung gets lost in the eyes of a boy with sea and wind tousled hair, with movement like the waves, and just like summer, is really hot.
Where everybody is wondering about Jisoo and Junghan and getting absolutely no answers.
Chanhee isn't sure what exactly is going on between him and Byunghun.
Luhan was a free spirit that Sehun, no matter how hard he tried, just couldn't contain.
Understanding Junhui was hard enough- it got even more complicated now that Minghao was around.
Junghan keeps a list of reasons why he should never confess to Jisoo. Jisoo disagrees with all of them.
There's something about Hong Jisoo. There's something about Yoon Junghan.
Juyeon just wanted to know his name—his real name—was that too much to ask?
The cute barista was going to run out of pet names eventually, but what happens then?
For some reason unknown to the both of them, someone on earth had ended up with a scrying mirror—specifically, the other half of Jaemin's set that he thought was just misplaced. He didn't think it would be sent to earth, of all places, and especially not in the room of one Mark Lee.
On most occasions, Mark’s saving grace came in the form of Nana, the guild’s resident Mage and overall leader.
Jeonghan should have learned by now that Jisoo never made a bet unless he was sure to win.
People had wings. Casual sized wings that were usually not big enough to carry you, so you can’t exactly fly with it. It’s not exactly tangible so nobody can touch or feel it either; it’s just sort of there, attached to your back like an apparition. It showed how you feel, often times, emotions like sadness or joy could be felt through how the wings look or react to certain things. You could only see
This wasn't how Junseop had envisioned his day of finally being away from the palace to go, but found that he honestly couldn't complain. in a bakery with a cute boy in front of him, who would?
Wen Junhui knew there was something about the boy inside his flower shop, he just couldn’t tell what, exactly.
For Minghao to be good at his job of banishing evil spirits, his demon had to be equally good at summoning them. Wen Junhui was, inexplicably, bad at his job.
A drenched figure immediately stumbled in, getting rain all over the floor that Minghao had just mopped, too. Irritated just a little bit, the vampire was about to try his best to calmly tell the customer that the cafe was closed half an hour ago can’t you read the sign outside,when he stopped in his tracks. He sniffed the air once, twice, as he watched the other boy finally get the hair out of his eyes.
He wasn’t sure when the dreams started, nor why they did, or how Minghao came to be.
Aliens. Minghao hated them.
Yang Jeongin was beginning to think he’d never get over being perpetually nervous in the JYP building; still he does, at least on most days, with Hwang Hyunjin to thank.
Mingyu never imagined those words could come from Jisoo's mouth.
There's probably an explanation behind everything, but maybe it's better left unsaid.
Hansol Vernon Chwe does not sing. Except maybe he does.
Minghao's not sure if the delivery boy is flirting with him or not.
I almost told you that I love you.
It should be illegal for someone to be so cute.
Minhyuk talks, a lot. However, there's one thing he has yet to say.
A new concept meant a new hair style for Jeonghan.
Minghao was getting more and more frustrated each day.
Jisoo didn’t want to admit he had more than one reason for visiting the bookstore every day.
Soonyoung has accepted that Jisoo and Jeonghan were a 2-in-1 package.
Wonwoo deserved more than just chocolate for being Jihoon and Seungcheol's friend.
Minghao never expected to be pulled into Junhui’s world. Does he regret it? Just a little.
No matter what Min Yoongi did, things just seemed to lead him to Jungkook.
Junhui tried to warn them. Really. He did.