Wholesome (15 wholesome stories)
The world changed the morning Kang Seulgi, the agile bear, woke up from her hibernation. Stranged from her Mother Bear, the brave cub-turned-adult decided to explore the world outside of the forest. When she meets the adorable yet cautious bunny Joohyun, a brand new world opens its doors.
Kapag ang tao nasaktan, alak ang sandalan. Pero kapag si Seulgi ang nasaktan, si Joohyun ang sandalan.
"Kung magmamahal at magpapakatanga ka na rin naman, bakit hindi pa para sa 'kin?" Ika ni Seulgi sa kaniyang long-time crush, oops hehe, her bestfriend pala for almost 10 years na si Joohyun.
Short, wholesome drabbles to get you through the week :)
Late night walk in the park with your friend and eating a nice cup of ramyeon and drinking a bottle of soju. Until a sudden outburst of emotions happened in between.
My version of how the day before going into Chaeyeon's birthday may have happened this year.
The five times Sooyoung embarrassses herself in front of Seulgi and the one time she doesn't.
Jin is like every other parent. He loves his sons. Dearly. Through and through. When life is easy, but even more so when it gets hard.
A cleaner, easier viewing list of all my fics from both of my accounts, sorted by fics I take time on vs fics for fun, the genres, and Mature/Trigger Warnings. Each chapter will contain my own honest (and ridiculous) thoughts/review of my stories as well as how I actually describe the stories to be as to see if it fancies you lol Also there's a timeline of my fics if you want to go down that road and experience an emotional rollercoaster that my writing is xD
A compilation of sweet/wholesome/cute/fluffy/sappy/sad bedtime stories of EXO members told by members' perspectives to each other. For nights we lay awake, restless, lonely, and wanting nothing more than a warm blanket and a little story with good company to make us drift off to sleep with a smile.
Skye stared out into the sea of fans from the stage, her heart hammering in her chest as there was a lull in the music. The soft steady beat of the music calmed her nerves slightly. All her life, she’d been hiding. Hiding behind a facade, a mask-- figuratively and literally-- for years. She was done hiding. She was ready for this world. She reached up, her fingers grabbing onto the edge of her mask. As the beat dropped she pulled it off and let it slip out of her hand. The noise it made as it