Traineelife (115 traineelife stories)
Boo Geurin works as an intern in RBW — also known as the home of the famous artist and idol group, MAMAMOO. There she learns that being an idol is never easy — as she unveils more truth about Kpop industry in general.
Hello, people of Asian Fics! My name is Audrey and I´m currently a kpop trainee! Ask me anything you´d like! (!!!DISCLA
Hello everyone and welcome to my little space. I orginally posted this back in November over in the blog section but I'd rather post in the stories section as this is going to be an ongoing thing. But first things first! I will start with introducing myself :) Here is a little about me: Name: PeachhTea >> You can call me Peachy Age: In my 20s Hobbies: reading, writing (songs, poems, stories), watching tv series, taking walks and enjoying nature, being a
"Have you ever feel like no matter how hard you try it still isn't enough?" "Sadly... sometimes." "That's how I'm feeling now. Hopeless."
“Through the years we all will be together.” “If the fates allow?” | A fic where Seulgi and Joohyun spend every Christmas they can together, ft. the other lovely people in Red Velvet.
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This story is no longer being written. Instead I plan on rewriting, reworking some things form this story into the new one. Sinice I'm currently working on other stories, the rewrite will take some time. I'll leave links to my other stories so you can read them in the mean time if you'd like. Thanks for all the support you gives have given No titles, I rea
Park Junhee knew the road to becoming an idol would be full of twists and turns. Unexpectedly, the biggest twist is Lee Donghun.
Aspiring TV drama actress, Lee Sung Kyung, is having a hard time achieving her dreams. School and family are big obstacles in her life. On top of that, her close friends make it hard to find support. She gains their support by tricking Nam Joo Hyuk, a well-known student at Hwa Su High School. That's now over but a new obstacle appeared...Nam Joo Hyuk.
People constantly told us that our dreams were ridiculous. Stupid even. But who are they to say that about something we were so passionate about doing? Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be." It took us awhile, but we realised, that we wanted to be extraordinary.