Gidleshuhua (14 gidleshuhua stories)
Shuhua is an energetic, loud, stubborn, hot-headed, tiny ball of fiery passion, while her "gentle giant" childhood friend, Soojin, quietly stands by her side, observing her antics with a quizzical expression and a warm smile, unable to reply as fast as she would like to, due to her being mute. They don't mind, Shuhua can talk enough for both of them, and Soojin enjoys watching Shuhua have fun. In this world, the Red Threads of Fate are real, but intangible. They connect two
several stories related to a wonderful group of 6 girls.
6 barely graduated high school students with various personalities from different backgrounds are always famous with one thing they have in common – which is being a troublemaker. Despite of their good grades in academic and sports, their unacceptable behavior had caused them a struggle to be accepted into college. However, the bad luck turns right roun
idol championship a new sport among idols, Shuhua volunteered to participate. Yerin is also involved
Oh the stories our walls would tell if they had lips. Our shared moments, away from the rest of the world, far from the prying eyes of god.
In the world where Shuhua and Soojin is indeed in love with each other just like what their fans said and all the 'proof' of them dating is actually true *maybe that world is actually the world we're living right now who knows ^,^*
I hope you know I love you, even when there's nothing after this. I'll love you into eternity, so here's to our tomorrow that doesn't exist.
Shuhua does not know where to go. All her life, she lived in safety. Her father work as one of Crescent Kingdom's guards. Her mother treats patients at the largest treatment facility. Having both parents serving the kingdom gave her the privilege to live in a nice home within the capital--where the tastiest food are served, where the nicest cloths are sold, and wher
“Through a 3-second eye contact, I can read the thoughts of every person I have met in my life, but why is it that he is the only one whose thoughts can’t be read by me?”