Jungjaehyun (196 jungjaehyun stories)
Excerpt from Part 3: “You didn’t bring the truck?” “You asked if it was legal yesterday. I doubt you would have gotten in it.” You eyed the large animal warily. “And you expect me to get up there?” “Miss City, don’t tell me you’re scar
She was someone that he never went for. If she walked past him on the street prior to this meeting, he would not have looked twice. He wasn't sure what made him so intrigued by her. Was it the way she cared for him? Was it the way she accepted his past and present self? In the crowd he was always with, he choose to be with her.
Lee Hayi has one goal for her second year of college: be invisible. Last year’s all-party-no-study strategy resulted in three failed classes and two criminal charges, and if she messes up again she’ll lose her scholarship. But there’s one problem with her plan for invisibility, and his name is Jung Jaehyun: infamous party king, general hellraiser…and her new roommate’s best friend.
You are free to make whatever choice you want. I was free to make a decision so I decided to fall in love with a person at a wrong time. But remember, you are not free from the consequences of that choice. We fell in love and started hurting others to our dismay. Kim Taehyung was the man I fell in love with but it wasn't right, it could have never been right. Jung Jae
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HAPPILY EVER AFTER Every fairy tale has a classic cliche: The handsome prince falls in love with a beautiful girl and they live happily ever after. Yet when she's ripped from hi
Yooyeon finds out from her best friend Jaehyun that she has the ability to erase people’s memories and that for some reason Yooyeon had in fact erased her own memories but Jaehyun refuses to tell her why. What would lead someone to want to erase their own memories?
Jung Jaehyun was the real personification of prince charming. He was caring, passionate, considerate, but at the same time he was fierce and assertive. Lady Ahri was surprised when she learned that she was to marry the prince. But there was nothing she could do about it. It was a matter of the country's stability, because once the bed ridden king passed, the prince had to ascend the throne, and he needed a consort to be his queen. To Ahri, it was her duty as not on