Authored (18 fanfics)
Six young men. One of the craziest cities in the world. The red string of fate connects them all. One pair destined to find each other when they had lost hope. A second pair learning to find their way back to each other. And a pair desperately searching for the other end of their red string. All of them share the same goal: I Wanna Love. Please read the foreword its really important.
Tint - A colour with the variation from adding white. Shade - A colour with the variation from adding black. Tone - A colour with the variation from adding grey. In a small mountain town an artist searches for something he's lost. The mountains are a strange place; they often bring you not what you want to find, but what you need.
A collection of drabbles. Feel free to request characters too and I'll pop them into the character places <3 Sometimes cute little scenes pop into my head and I can't write what I'm actually working on until I get it out on paper. So I thought maybe you guys would like some cute little drabbles. I'll probably keep this open and unfinished for a long time and just add stuff as I feel like it.
A Triptych is a set of three associated artistic, literary, or musical works intended to be appreciated together. Triptych a story of a literature major, an artist, a muscial performer and their strange life as a trio. Napji polyamoury fluff.
Jae has three days to start and finish his oral presentation for university. Brian has three days to help Jae fall in love with his crush. Wonpil has three days of watching the pair flounder around like idiots in the situation he created. After all: All's Fae in Love and War...
Chunji, a first year uni student finds himself smitten by a guy he's never even spoken to. Luckily his friends encourage him to get some firsthand expirience in his field of study: Anthropology.
Sungjin felt the hot sun beat down on his neck. His legs were heavy and tired, he was only just moving forwards. He couldn’t remember how he ended up here, walking down this endless road. Days might have passed. Or perhaps years. He didn’t know anything anymore. The only thing he knew how to do was place one foot in front of the other and continue...