Idle (15 idle stories)
Yuqi finally admits having the same feeling like Lucas but she kept work as her first priority. Lucas understands and said willing to wait till she’s
Shuhua has a crush on one of the teachers at the learning center down the street. Being the awkward person she is, she doesn’t know how to approach her but it’s a good thing that her nephew could help her with that.
Soojin is a succubus that knows nothing about her past. Centuries later, the devil in the form of Soyeon, shares an information that might change this. The Goddess of the Moon is making a descend on the earth and this might be her only chance to know who she is. Or. Soojin the Succubus wants to seduce the Moon Goddess Shuhua
I came here to get away from the pressure and stress from my old life and live a new one but yet, I enter myself in a black hole and come back to the same kind of situation
soyeon struggles to write lyrics. she asks yuqi for help.
I know tomorrow is coming // But I can't let go of my phone
"I don't know why we're still together. I don't know why I didn't leave you. I don't know why I didn't let you leave me. I can't use any words to describe it. All I know is, it's what my heart tells me," he added, placing her hand by his chest. "We've been together for seven years, no need for cheesy crap but just to let you know, you're the only woman who made my heart beat so crazy, I even went to the hospital to check if I'm going down with an illness or what."
When her secret love letters somehow get mailed to each of her five crushes, Jeon Heejin finds her quiet high school existence turned upside down.
miyeon finds herself in a school for troubled girls
Shuhua was overwhelmed by her feelings towards the oldest member of her group. She wanted nothing to do with anything related to the word “love.” And she most certainly wanted nothing to do with anything that involved Cho Miyeon.
Let's just say that it's never a good idea to give the school's biggest insider, Jung Chanwoo, a blog. [Part of the LINERS STORIES]
“You were scared.” “I wasn’t.” “Yes you were.” “No–“ “Shuhua,”