Sirenau (19 sirenau fanfics)
Bae Joohyun is a high school graduate working in her family's ramen shop, unsure of what she wants to do next. Her nightly contemplative beach walks to figure out her life soon take a turn when she follows the sound of an unearthly beautiful voice. wenrene siren AU
In which sirens and merfolk agree to disagree. Surene: Irene is five when she learns she is destined to be loved by everyone, and none at all. Chendy: They say sirens are irresistible, so why can’t he resist me? Excerpt: “Omo, such a pretty face!” Irene - no, Joohyun, Mama says that’s her name here - is five when she learns. “Thank you,
(Credits to the owner of the art above) Taeyeon, a siren princess was told that she'll find her mate on land by her old granny, and she was glad with the news as she always admires humans walking on land. What her granny didn't tell her was, she was going to meet two girls, meaning she's going to have not one but two amazing mates. This story's idea is derived from the TV series 'THE SIREN' watching Ben, Maddie and Ryn's upcoming love triangle gave me the feels and I suddenly
Donghae is a sailor who brings tourists to their desitinations. One day, a heavy storm caused his ship to wreck, and he fell into the ice cold sea. When he awoke to, he realised he survived, and that there was a man taking care of him, presumably the man who saved him.
For as long as Yeri can remember, she has always carried the distinct scent of petrichor, has always felt this persistent tug in her gut that fluctuates with the rise and fall of the tides, but now she’s desperate to break free of the gravity that keeps her in orbit around the closest body of water.
Yifan isn't quite sure how he's managed to fall for someone who is not all the way human, but he's not exactly complaining. After all, he is the only one who can see them.
Yifan's never been one to believe in mythology, nor things that he himself cannot prove by seeing - but when he finds himself entranced by something singing down by the rocks on the beach, he's a little more inclined to believe in the unexpected.