Sports (89 sports stories)
She might look scary once she enter the ring. But who knows that neither of her heart and mind doesn't want to go in there. Being force and for living is her only reason she manage to stay alive. Broken ribs, broken bone, broken jaw, she been through it all. Good thing she have friend who is studying medical studies.
One of the best private schools in South Korea, focusing primarily on sports, Yongsan International School is home to many athletic prodigies. From basketball and volleyball to soccer and swimming, the school has a place for everyone...but not everyone is the best. The very top consists only of a few students but they are enough to put Yongsan on the A-list, among a selected number of schools in South Korea, by participating and representing the school in numerou
Minjoo was the best pitcher in her school's baseball team. After leading her team to a victory, she meets a cute cheerdancing junior who admired her. What could go wrong?
You have your eyes on the goal. But it's too far away and it seems like you can't make it. Obstac
You work as a sports trainer, providing basic first aid and injury management for the Hanguk University's soccer team. Going with your mundane life of caring for the dozen of guys hurting themselves in the soccer game takes a turn when one of the guys catches your eyes. Its not his breathtakingly good looks or his muscular athletic body usually seducing girls at the campus that catches your eyes. But the action plan in
Being a varsity in college, everything was about sports and studies. Not until Jesse Jung, Captain of the basketball team who's all about getting serious and keeping the heads in the game meets Tiffany Hwang the siren of the Cheerleading squad. Jesse and his team gets drag on the mischief of love as they encounter with a bunch of girls with short skirts and pom poms. A Jeti &
Heejin and Jiwoo were complete opposites, like fire and water. They were always at each other’s throats, constantly competing to be the ace pitcher for their university baseball team. But baseball wasn’t the only thing they rivaled in.
Baekhyun’s volleyball team was unbeatable in till Shindong middle school beat them. Baekhyun would never forget that lost, now in highschool he tries out for team but he never expect to see Park Chanyeol the guy that was on the team that beat him back in middle school, the guy that truly despised him.
At SM Sports Academy, athletic ability is everything. So just what is Jessica Jung doing at a school like this? What is her secret that she is hiding from everyone? When Yuri, her childhood friend, moves from the US to Korea, her past is unwillingly brought to the present and she is forced to face the one thing that she has grown to hate all these years. Ice skating. When she is forced to take up the ice once more, can a certain eye smiling girl make her remember her
coming straight from her first year, jung eunbi as a sophmore decides to join the volleyball team with only knowing the basics. but when team captain, choi yuna, agrees to help her, eunbi's feelings go out of control.
Running for track is cancer. Everyone knows this, people only do track to stay in shape for cross country season. Ok, well at least Chanyeol and Baekhyun are firm believers in this statement. And they need every bit of practice they can get since they are both on junior varsity. Like the bottom of JV. This season, their new goal is to clear 25 minutes for a 5K, but Baekhyun finds himself falling behind, (more so than usual) and
Kyungsoo has always adored his close friend, Chanyeol, ever since high school although they soon fell out of contact. Years later, Chanyeol is living his dream as a professional Go player and Kyungsoo feels settled as a doctor. They are reunited as adults and Kyungsoo discovers that Chanyeol now has selective mutism and has always been alone all these years. Kyungsoo decides to step in and help Chanyeol and restore the relationship they once had.
Wonwoo had always been a target for bullying. Despite his towering height, he was a simple bespectacled high school boy who was sure to have a book in hand all the time. Often ridiculed and made fun of, he dared not (and could not) fight against the rough boys picking on him. Learning to stand up to them had never crossed his mind before,