Oppositesattract (21 oppositesattract stories)
A tale of a seemingly mismatched union between a duteous prince, who is one day poised to become the ruler of his nation, and a free-spirited young lady who, despite being of nobility, is entirely ill-suited for royalty.
Just a normal day for Jiwon and Jisun as a couple. Filled with Laughter, Friends and Love.
Kim Minseok is known to be one of the famous people - and one of the scariest men in Korea. If not the most scariest at all. And it's easy: What he wants for himself he get. But there seems to be at least one person who is absolutley clueless about him. So Minseok decides it's funny to do a little game
When a genius discovers he has so much more to learn.
Yong-sun and Byul-yi are roommates. Yong-sun is a passionate, emotional person, while Byul-yi is the polar opposite, deadpan and not knowing how to deal with her emotions due to her past. Yong-sun doesn't know it, and just feels like she's trying her best to be a good roommate, but she's slowly melting Byul-yi away, little by little. Of course, that's not to say that things are always smooth-sailing. A story of how opposites attract, but also repel.
Taehyung Kim is a normal high school student who just happens to go to a school that is run by a popular group of rich, handsome men named Jungkook Jeon, Jimin Park and Seokjin (Jin) Kim who all come from elite backgrounds. There’s a tradition amongst them where they put a single red rose into the locker of a girl they’d want to date. But the rare Rose Golden coloured flower is given by Jungkook, the leader of the group which every girl is especially in love with. His rose ends up in a locker
Jungkook moves to Seoul in hopes of getting a new job to become the personal assistant for the boss of a huge clothing company. But on his third night there his friend drags him to a formal party where he gets drunk and throws up on a man’s expensive suit - only to find out a few days later that the man is his boss named Kim Taehyung.
"If you've got the time, we can play a game. It's easy. We just see if I'm the same shape as the space you have inside you. If everything fit, we both win. If it doesn't, don't force it. That's how you get splinters in your heart." — The Circle, Triangle, Square (from the poetry book: "I Wrote This For You: Just The Words")