Heaven (49 heaven stories)
Whose fault was that he lost his love? Whose fault was that he could never feel anything towards anyone from that very moment on? Who... Who did this to him?
What happens when you die and come back being someone else? 24-year-old workaholic Seokjin tragically died in a car accident and woke up in 21-year-old student Jeongguk's body, still remembering his past life. Confused, he decided to see his lover and fiancee, Subin and finds out her life went downhill when he died 3 years ago. How can he help her in a stranger's body? Will she believe him? And how can he let the love of his life move on knowing he can't?
"She sees how he’s aiming the gun at her head. Everything happens so fast. She's shaking, she didn't know a human being can shake that much. It feels as if something is eating her up from the inside, is it fear? She has never felt this kind of fear. The only thing she can think is; is this the end? " -In which a girl comes between two brothers, the two rich
Kim Jonghyun was a beloved singer, songwriter, artist, and KPop entertainer. Sadly, the weight of the world was too much for him to bear and he departed at the tender age of 27. Esther Gray is your typical, average, American, young woman. She definitely has some quirks to her personality, but given the trials she has been through in life, she could care less what others may think of her. Despite living in America, she has been a fan of KPop music and Korean culture for five years. S
Chanyeol thinks he has the worst gift for his best friend. Baekhyun thinks it's the best.
Why does God unite us and fostering love between us when we're not meant to be together? "It takes three to make love, not two: you, your spouse, and God. Without God people only succeed in bringing out the worst in one another. Lovers who have nothing else to do but love each other soon find there is nothing else. Without a central loyalty life is unfinished. " - Fulton J. Sheen
There are Five people you meet in Heaven . . . The one you love . . . The one you could have loved . . . The one