Their father had a meal with them and that was rarer than the meals that the brothers share.
This was something that had not happen in years. Kai did not like it, nor did anybody for that matter really. So why were they still eating together?
“Jongin,” His father begin and he involuntarily let out a sigh, “You will be turning 20 soon and graduating from high-school. I’ve decided that it is finally time for you to learn some matters in the business that I am in and that your brother is in.”
He says nothing although in his mind he had shouted that the idea was the worst thing that has being bought to the table.
“I’m the head of a company and that means I have to be the best in everything to remain the head. I was not the founder and I only have a few share of the company. Your brother works under me and he also has a smaller share than me in the company. You, however, if you step in, the three of us can join and have a fair share of the company. This will boast our family’s income by a large deal. You don’t even need to go to college. You can learn while being an intern in the company.”
He pauses and eats his meal. Jongin had long lost his appetite.
“Father, I don’t think office life is what Jongin is made for.” His brother butts in. But instead of liking that fact, Kai hated it. Was his brother actually standing up for him or for himself? He was a selfish bastard after all.
His father says nothing but gave a pointed l