Selfdiscovery (45 selfdiscovery stories)
In which Athena is drowning in guilt and Felix wants to save her. ~ "Why are you so distant? Why won't you just let me in? " "Because I'm a murderer!" "What?" "I killed him Felix. I killed Hwang Hyunjin."
A series of events that college freshman Kang Seulgi encounters as she comes to terms with the fact that she might like the cute international student who saved her from an elevator.
Because the world has so much to offer, and yet so much to lose. Because every day is a new adventure, but also cause for suffering. Because life is unpredictable, but even in death there is no end to it all. When facing so many uncertainties and mysteries, sometimes it is best to simply sit back. Sit back and close your eyes. Sit back, close your eyes and inhale deeply. Sit back, close your eyes, inhale deeply and exhale
In which Dahyun had numerous "crushes," or what she liked to call infatuations, throughout her life, but none of them really lasted to be genuine. Until one did. (And grew.)
Lei Zhu couldn't believe that they finally after so many years get to see BTS in concert! But as the concert comes to an end they're stopped by security! What is in store for Lei Zhu and what exactly could be happening behind the scenes?
Jongdae runs his traditional temple food café, stays within the borders of the small, safe world he's created around himself, and tries not to think too much about the past that haunts him. But when a new cat café opens its doors right across the street, the owner might just open the door to Jongdae's heart as well.
It is said that death marks the end; that death is the final stage of growth; that death is the ultimate goal in life. For many, death is a certainty, death leaves no space for doubt, there is no ‘and’ following death. Yet is that truly the case? 「Life is uncertain; death is certain.」 Kwon Chinsun had spent the majority of her life contemplating these words for she found nothing certain about death. Her childhood friend Kim Jongda
The smell of coffee lingered by her lips, a personal cologne that belonged to her and her alone. With every word spoken, every breath exhaled, every humourless chuckle, the rich aroma of coffee locked onto him, enticing him, tempting him, refusing to release him. Clutching his fists in anger, the helpless prey did not dare meet her gaze. After so many years why was he still so susceptible to her spell? His pupils shrank as the sound of an apathetic finger
Lucas picks up a hitchhiker on his seemingly endless road trip on the Trans-Cananda-Highway.
Lucas wonders if the transfer student would kiss him.