Onho (1,168 onho fanfics)
Sometimes, you have to take risks, and moving into the city is a risk Jinki has always wanted to take, but maybe it was a lot riskier than he thought.
Jinki was a lonely man so his driver had suggested for him that maybe he should stay in a bed and breakfast house for a while. What Jinki didn't expect was the bed and breakfast was nothing like he imagined.
Jonghyun and Jinki are best friends who met Minho and Kibum in a guest house in London and hit it off pretty well. The four now live in a large apartment in Seoul trying to pursue their dreams. What they never expected was a doorbell that will turn their lives upside down.
A soft smile lifted the corners of Minho’s mouth and he gently ran his thumb over Jinki’s clothed waist. “You don’t have to let me go, hyung. You’re an idiot if you think I won’t use every chance I get to talk to you and see you,” he said, leaning in to kiss Jinki’s temple. “And I know you aren’t an idiot.”
Jinki's hard and disappointing daily routine ends in the local bar, where he is always greeted by the soothing deep voice and gorgeous smile of it's nameless bartender, which relax the built up tensions of the day.
Kibum's boring subway trips find some entertainment in a young man who sings at the same station every day. His voice and looks are worth a look, but the perceptive event planner is convinced that this guy named Jonghyun has skills that deserve more than a few coins in a hat at the end of a day.
On the other side of the mirror, they say it's an opposite world.
Reality within a family has a lot of issues. Fighting, threats, divorcing, unacceptance, hatred, hostility, abuse. It's not a rare occasion to find a family with these problems. We understand. Because this is reality. And one cannot escape from reality. One must face it.
Short drabbles of Jinki and Minho's early beginnings as well as married life :)
In a universe where, the moment you turn 18, a countdown clock appears on your forearm, leading you to the exact moment that you will meet your soul mate. It's not as easy as everyone thinks it should be.