Izoneships (17 izoneships fanfics)
This is a Slowburn Slice of Life AU of somewhat connected storylines of 12 people who got to live in the same apartment. An AU that is sometimes funny, sometimes fluffy, sometimes angsty and can be both and all at the same time. Follow the apartment manager Eunbi, the very reliable Chaeyeon, the princess like Chaewon, the mysterious open book Hyewon, the michievous Yuri, the goofy Yena, the hyperactive Yujin, the calm and collected Minju, the giant baby Wonyoung, the full of hopes and
As IZ*ONE's debut is coming, the girls are busy getting along with each other. Jo Yuri, having a hidden crush with our adorable ducky Choi Yena since Produce 48, is getting closer with her as time goes by. As love between the two is developing, problems and hindrances are on their way. The past, present, and future will haunt them. Fate will play with their love. Will they fight for the love they’re having or will they let it go easily?
just a typical school story
Just a bunch of random scenarios
She loves her 'hello'
“We are never so wise as when we live in this moment”. ― Paul Kalanithi Sakura, Eunbi in Barcelona. Not Seoul. Not Tokyo. But Barcelona.
A crack fic wherein Sakura agreed to date Chaeyeon, Eunbi, Hyewon and Minju at the same time. Now she has to deal with all their jealousy and shenanigans.
Following the attacks of the Aliens, Humans fled to the moon to survive, creating a project to take back earth once again. A project to create artificial humans to fight for humans. Or Ssambbang Nier Automata AU
Chaewon, after losing a bet, has to do what Yena said. Fortunately for her, this will help Chaewon's love life- and unfortunately, it requires her to throw away her shame to the trash bin.
A studying session in the school library would've gone better if you're not accompanied with the cutest girl in school.
Do you believe in love? Especially from different spices? For three of them those words are stupid. Because they won’t fall for someone called human that’s what they thought.
“The pleasure of remembering had been taken from me, because there was no longer anyone to remember with. It felt like losing your co-rememberer meant losing the memory itself, as if the things we'd done were less real and important than they had been hours before.” ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars