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Kim Taeyeon, she's busy and she doesn't likes PDA... No kissing, No hugging, No holding hands. Just a plain sugar free relationship.
Kang Seulgi, a quiet girl with low self-esteem, is really jealous of Bae Irene, a transfer student who is popular for her beauty and cheerfulness. Seulgi hates Irene’s perfection, but once she learns that Irene is not as perfect as she seems, Seulgi slowly falls for her flaws and imperfection.
After transitioning to public school, Kim Jongin experiences his first crush that happens to be on the small pig hybrid, Kyungsoo.
The Shadows III: The Scarred Shadow 18th Fan Fiction S: Aug 2014 E: tba -- Chapters
Just when she finished her high school, Jessica went "home" to Korea from America–alone. She entered a university and graduated. Jessica is beautiful. There's no doubt to that. She's intelligent too. She's basically near perfection, so they say. But of course everyone has flaws. What's hers? Her cold aura. She hasn't dated anyone. No, not one. Sure, she's got admirers. Some even spread rumors that they've dated her. They've tried to break the walls
The moment Kim Jongin walked into the class and sat down next to Jeon Mira, she knew something was off about him. Especially his unwavering determination to befriend her. Who in the right mind would befriend her, out of all people? She was nothing special or noticeable — rather short, underweight, and with the hobby of reading and wasting her time on the internet. But two years later, they had become close friends. There was nothing off about Jongin, really; he was a boy w
The last thing Baekhyun wants is having an alpha control his life.
Kang Juyeon's life is rather ordinary.
Crossed Paths A story of a young man crossing paths with a person opposite of him that would change his life forever. P.S. This is a gender-bender story. If
Sehun always believed that a broken relationship could never be salvaged. He thought people who got back together after a break-up were stupid. But after hastily leaving his girlfriend of two years because of his parents’ decision, he came to realise that sometimes, though a relationship may be broken, people will never stop loving each other.
"Joohyun's autistic... you need to be patient with her."
Wendy's a final year high school student while Irene is her psychiatrist.
Heartbroken, angry, and stuck. Irene doesn’t know what to do and so she ends up seeking help from the infamous Kang Seulgi, the eccentric heartthrob who nearly everyone loved or hated. Honestly, there was no one more perfect for the job.
A Farewell To Kim Jonghyun A place for your messages to the late Kim Jonghyun. You can share your feelings here anonymously and find contact information of people with an open ear if you need to talk to someone. This is our way of saying goodbye.
Irene is Seulgi's writer of a roommate who's out looking for inspiration in all the wrong places. But Irene's really pretty, and Seulgi's weak against pretty girls, so she'll it up because it is what it is. Or, Seulgi loses her mind over her beautiful roommate who she doesn't talk to nearly enough.
On what is suppose to be the happiest day in his life, Lee Donghae was left on the altar by the other groom for another man. But this isn't the story of how it all happened. This is the story of the aftermath when you, the runaway groom's widowed older brother with a toddler son and a dead wife, invited him to join in on your life drama.
Kang Seulgi, a college freshman who's been single since birth, confesses to her crush, the popular Wendy Son. Seulgi finds herself rejected by Wendy only because of her lack of dating experience. Refusing to give up, Seulgi seeks the campus' infamous serial dater, Irene Bae, to gain enough experience so that she may eventually date Wendy. Irene is bored with her usual routine, so she agrees to help the younger girl. Of course, as these
“Love, like everything else in life, should be a discovery, an adventure, and like most adventures, you don’t know you’re having one until you’re right in the middle of it.” -E.A. Bucchianeri