Nostalgia (38 nostalgia stories)
Baekhyun misses Chanyeol a bit too much...
Changmin has a secret.
Renowned singer Baekhyun reads a series of letters his ex-best friend sent over the years, the week before their five year high school reunion.
Changmin and Victoria struggle to come to terms with Yunho's death.
Changmin falls in love with a farmer boy.
In which a group of friends struggles through longing to return to the past when things were happier.
A Story Titled You You were supposed to return home that day for a family gathering. Out of bad luck, your car couldn’t start and the drizzling rain got heavier. You had no choice but to wait at the nearby café while waiting for the repair man to come and tow away the car.
Another minkyebin oneshot inspired by this.
It's the year 2017, five years after EXO's debut. In the midst of preparing for their next comeback, Kris receives a large pile of fanmail. Expecting some amazing fanart or a heart-filled letter, he is gifted instead with a series of hand written letters that were dated 10 years ago, right when he left Canada to soon
Ten years, three months, one week, and four days. That was how long it had been since Hoseok had heard from Taehyung. Their breakup had been physically and emotionally messy. There had been a heated argument, a lot of yelling and maybe even more crying, but one thing about it had been clean. They had immediately cut contact with each other the day it happened. Hoseok had packed his things and moved in with Namjoon, Taehyung had changed his phone number, and that was it.
Irene Bae has always been lost, always was. She had nowhere to go; she’s simply trapped with her daily rou
At first glance, Kim Namjoo was sure that Oh Hayoung would be the last person she would want to marry. A short, jet black hair and empty eyes, she was most certain that Oh Hayoung wasn’t someone to feel. However, feeling the need to move on from her ex, Jung Eunji, the young woman thoughtlessly accepted a marriage she didn’t want. And as days pass by slowly, Namjoo realized how
Spending time momentarily with affectionate people, can quite possibly be the best gift recieved.
(Fixed a few spelling and grammar errors.) A few very short stories about the thoughts of a man whose lover passed away ten years ago. (Inspired by the song 'Coffee Shop'-B.A.P)
In commemoration of my 4th anniversary here on AFF, I happened to write a JongYu request fic. A random inspiration of mine. Hope you enjoy!
The cold winters were getting to him, he missed her so much . Without her he only felt loneliness , she was the only one who cared for him , she was always concerned about what he ate or drank or what he wore . With her he felt safe and happy but now that she was gone what was left for him in this world ?
"I don't want to grow up. I don't want to be old."
As they wrap up the last day of SS6 Encore, not one pair of eyes are dry. Supportive hugs and comforting pats on the back told each other the thing that didn't need to be said: They've done it.
18 years ago, Kim Jongin left everything behind to pursue his dreams. Now, at the age of 36, his career is at its peak,
[CONTENTID4]They say if you meet someone once, it’s chance. A second time, and it’s simply coincidence. But a third time can’t possibly be just a mistake – No, it’s fate. Don’t believe it? Ask Kim Joonmyeon and Kim Hwayoung. They sure know they’re stuff. Mind you, I used to be Kyo Hwayoung. Yea
One year is over. I'm heading back to South Korea for my summer break after having broken up with my boyfriend. I am really anticipating to see the Topp Dogg members back, especially my beloved Jiho, who I couldn't get rid of my mind. I wonder what is going to happen when I once get back to Seoul. Will he remember me? Or has he already forgotten about our time we spent the past year in spring/summer?
Time goes on, you know? Nothing ever stays the same. We can look back to the times where the twelve of us were just starting out, nervous, though we wouldn't admit it, venturing into the entertainment world. We were rookies then, nobodies, and we relied on each other for comfort and support. Oh, sure, we argued and fought and bullied each other, but deep down, we always knew that only the others would ever understand what we were going through. We can look back to the times when w
One-shot: partly in Kwon Jiyong's point of view, other half in Choi Seunghyun's. Some times it seems like the simplest things are what means the most to us. But when you're forced to leave behind something as simple as a friendship, would you be willing to let it go - or live the rest of your life attached to an unfulfilled promise?
Don't read this if you expect a bubbly and happy love story.
The present has its own merits, but it's easy to forget that when you're all stuck up in the past.